Ancient Near Eastern Studies is a refereed journal and accepts original articles devoted to the languages and cultures of the ancient Near East. The geographical area on which we primarily focus includes the modern lands of Egypt, Israel, West Bank and the Gaza Strip, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Sheikhdoms. Manuscripts on related languages and cultures in neighbouring regions will also be considered.
Several papers and reviews of Volume 53 of Ancient Near Eastern Studies are related to Iran:
- KHARANAGHI, M. Hossein Azizi , THOMALSKY, Judith , KHANIPOOR, Morteza , JAFARI, M. Javad: “Archaeological Research at Tappeh Pahlavan, North Khorasan Province (Northeastern Iran)“
- NIKNAMI, Kamal Aldin, MIRGHADERI, Mohammad Amin, ALIBAIGI, Sajjad, BAHRAMIYAN, Saeid: “Middle and Late Bronze Age Sites in Sarfirouzabad Plain, Western Central Zagros, Iran“
- ALIBAIGI, Sajjad, KHOSRAVI, Shokouh: “The Neo-Assyrian Bronze Coffin Discovered in Sarāb-e Qareh Dāneh, Kouzarān; Kermānshāh: A Clue to an Important Burial in Western Irān“
- McANALLY, Jay: “Herodotus 2.61.2 and the Mwdon- of Caromemphitae“
- NIKNAMI, Kamal Aldin, NADERI, Sona: “Sasanian Clay Sealing Collection in the Bandar Abbas Museum of Iran“