The founder of the scientific journal "Archaeology of Uzbekistan" is the Institute for Archaeological Research of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The journal has been published since 2010, registered on December 12th, 2010 by the Agency of Information and Communication of the Republic of Uzbekistan (certificate No. 0077 and No. 004780-10).
The main purpose of the journal is, above all, the publication of reports of major scientific research, which have priority in various aspects of archaeology and history of Uzbekistan.
Languages of the edition. Uzbek, Russian and English.
The purpose and objectives of the magazine. Familiarization of a wide range of researchers, specialists, researchers, masters and doctoral students of research institutes, as well as scientists in the field of humanities with the information on the latest developments, achievements and news in the field of archaeology
Specialty. The journal publishes original scientific articles in the fields of the study related to wide range of considered and debatable issues of the prehistoric period, ancient and early medieval civilizations, medieval material and spiritual culture.
Unique features of the magazine. The journal covers all the main areas of research and development on archaeology of Uzbekistan: the tribune of young scientists; short messages; chronicles; obituaries.
Publications of special issues and reviews devoted to certain scientific and technical problems as the main subject of the journal, as well as materials of international congresses, symposia and conferences are practiced.
Sources of financing - at the expense of international expeditions.
Date of birth: 1950
Place of birth: Jizzakh region
Field of study: History
Head of the Islam Karimov Memorial Complex (from 2017 - up to the present time)
Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor
Scientist in archaeology
Graduated from Termez State University.
Studied in graduate school, worked as senior researcher and director of the Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan.
Author of more than 200 scientific papers, including 4 monographs.
Supervised 4 PhD students.
In 2009 received the title of Honored Scientist of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
140151, Uzbekistan, Samarkand, Abdullayev street, 3
The journal "Archaeology of Uzbekistan" accepts articles dedicated to study the issues of prehistoric period, ancient and early medieval civilizations, medieval material and spiritual culture and on a wide range of debatable issues. Also, brief informational messages about major events in the field of archaeological science and personalized messages (congratulations, obituaries, etc.) are accepted. All received materials are considered by the editorial board of the journal. The editorial board reserves the right to accept or reject an article, a message, a personalized message, and also has the right to appeal to the author in accordance with the opinion of reviewers on making any changes to the proposed written material.
The journal's editorial board accepts articles, messages, personalized messages in Uzbek, Russian, and English. All articles must necessarily be accompanied by a brief (not less than 10 lines) summary, revealing the full essence, focus, scientific issues as well as chronological and geographical orientation of the material proposed for publication. Articles prepared in Russian must necessarily be accompanied by a summary drawn up according to the above requirements, in Uzbek and English, articles in Uzbek are, respectively, in Russian and English. For all scientific articles, in accordance with the Requirements of the Higher Attestation Commission under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan, it is necessary to have keywords not less than ten words.
Scientific articles can be accompanied by color and black-and-white illustrations of up to 10 units. When indicating the number of the illustration in the text, the illustration should be numbered in Arabic numerals (eg: Fig. 2; 3; Fig. 5). The permissible size of the font is 14, the minimum permissible resolution is 300 dpi. The font type of captions to illustrations is italic.
When formatting an article, you should use only a Unicode format font, for example Times New Roman. All types of quotes are made in one font with the main text of the article. The use of “special” fonts for the design of quotations (eg: Calibri, Hellenica, Greek, etc.) is not allowed. Quotes in Old Bactrian, Ancient Chorasmian, Sogdian, Arabic and Chinese languages are translated by transliteration. The only exceptions are coin inscriptions, and in cases where there is no input of material that is fundamentally new in scientific terms. Quotes from ancient authors in Latin are written in italics (ex: Strabo, X. 5. 14).
When quoting a fragment of an ancient source, you should first cite the original text. At the end of the quotation a full stop is put, then a long dash and then a translation is given in quotes; in parentheses indicate the author of the translation and the source of citations (ex .: quotation. - “translation” (trans. full name; cit. by: source of citation).
When referring to Russian and foreign names, quotes are used.
Articles are written with inside text footnotes (eg: Petrov, 1998, p. 65; Mukhtarov, 1991, 22-25 b.).
In the bibliographic list works are made out as follows:
Last name and. Title of the book. Place of publication. Year.
Last name. Title of article // Title of publication. Issue number. Place of publication, year.
Last name. Job title. PhD thesis summary. - Place of publication, year.
When re-quoting the use of the abbreviation “ibid.” is not acceptable. The same principle is observed when citing literature in foreign languages.
The footnote mark is placed before the punctuation mark. Footnotes are issued as a separate group, NOTES after the completion of the main text and before the USED LITERATURE.
In the list of abbreviations, after specifying the full name, the place of publication should be indicated, and the names of such cities as Moscow, Leningrad, St. Petersburg, Berlin, Cambridge, Leipzig, New York, Oxford, Paris are indicated in the abbreviation (eg: M., St. Petersburg, NY, P.).
If the authors do not comply with the listed requirements of the editorial board, written materials for publication in the journal "Archaeology of Uzbekistan" will not be accepted.