The Netherlands Institute for the Near East

Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten  -  Institut nĂ©erlandais du Proche-Orient

PIHANS, Egyptologische Uitgaven, Achaemenid History

NINO publishes a number of series, periodicals and books. Our current series are PIHANS, Egyptological Publications (Egyptologische Uitgaven), and Achaemenid History.

PIHANS

The PIHANS series presents studies on the history of Western Asia, from prehistory to early modern times, with a focus on archaeology and philology.

Monographic studies or collective volumes may be suggested for publication in PIHANS. Prospective authors or editors are invited to direct inquiries, or submit manuscripts or advanced synopses for consideration by the Editorial Board to NINO Publications’ secretary, C.H. van Zoest.

Conference proceedings or honorary volumes (Festschriften) will only be accepted if they are tightly edited thematic volumes: at least some 75% of contents must be related to a clearly defined theme.

PIHANS volumes are usually published in softcover, 26.5 x 19.5 cm.

Egyptological Publications (EU)

The Egyptological Publications series (Egyptologische Uitgaven; EU) presents studies on pre-modern Egypt, with a focus on history, philology and archaeology of the Pharaonic period, including Deir el-Medina studies.

Monographic studies or collective volumes may be suggested for publication in Egyptologische Uitgaven. Prospective authors or editors are invited to direct inquiries, or submit manuscripts or advanced synopses for consideration by the Editorial Board to NINO Publications’ secretary, C.H. van Zoest.

Conference proceedings or honorary volumes (Festschriften) will only be accepted if they are tightly edited thematic volumes: at least some 75% of contents must be related to a clearly defined theme.

Egyptological Publications volumes are usually published in softcover, 26.5 x 19.5 cm.

Achaemenid History (AH)

The Achaemenid History series presents studies on the history, philology and material culture of the Persian Empire (ca. 550-330 BC), and related topics.

Monographic studies or collective volumes may be suggested for publication in Achaemenid History. Prospective authors or editors are invited to direct inquiries, or submit manuscripts or advanced synopses for consideration by the Editorial Board to the series’ Editor-in-Chief, Dr W.F.M. Henkelman.

Conference proceedings or honorary volumes (Festschriften) will only be accepted if they are tightly edited thematic volumes: at least some 75% of contents must be related to a clearly defined theme.

Achaemenid History volumes are usually published in hardcover, 24.5 x 16.5 cm.