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Archeion

Archeion (ISSN 0066–6041) is the oldest Polish journal of archival science. Established in Warsaw in 1926, its first volume was published a year later in 1927. The founder and first editor of Archeion was Stanisław Ptaszycki (until 1931). After the outbreak of World War II, a total of 16 volumes of the journal were published. After the war, Archeion returned in 1948 with a combined publication of volumes 17-18. Until 1951, the journal was part of the State Archives Department, and later (to this day) of the Head Office of State Archives, which is also its publisher.

Archeion contains articles on archival theory and practice, which are a result of theoretical and empirical research in the varied field of historical legacy documentation. Archeion’s target audience includes state archives, current records archives, social and private archives, academic historians and specialists in the auxiliary sciences of history, as well as anyone interested in scholarly reflections on the archives and archival materials.

Archeion is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal. It follows the diamond open access model, which means that its contents are open and free to access without any time restrictions.

Editorial Board Address

Archeion, Head Office of the State Archives

Address:
ul. Rakowiecka 2D, 02–517 Warsaw
Phone:
(22) 56 54 600
Fax:
(22) 56 54 643
Website:
E-mail:

Printed version distribution

Head Office of the State Archives

Address:
ul. Rakowiecka 2D, 02–517 Warsaw
Phone:
(22) 56 54 600
Fax:
(22) 56 54 643
Website:
E-mail:

Archeion Magazine Online Archive

The tables of contents for volumes 1-50 and 95-112 contain hyperlinks.



The editorial board of Archeion receives many requests from scientific and academic communities in Poland and abroad to upload the first fifty issues of Archeion, originally released between 1927 and 1968, as PDF files. In response to these requests, we would like to ask anyone who may be a holder of copyright to articles published in our journal to contact the editorial board via e-mail (archeion@archiwa.gov.pl) or traditional mail (ul. Rakowiecka 2D, 02–517 Warsaw). We are ready to pay any royalties arising from copyright.