The Netherlands Institute for the Near East

Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten  -  Institut néerlandais du Proche-Orient


The journal Anatolica is published annually (since 1967) under the aegis of the Netherlands Institute in Istanbul. The Editorial Board welcomes scholarly papers on the history and archaeology of Anatolia and adjacent regions from prehistory to the Ottoman era.

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General information

Anatolica is NINO’s periodical on the civilizations of Western Asia, annually published in May/June under the aegis of the Netherlands Institute in Turkey. (Annuaire international pour les civilisations de l’Asie antérieure, publié sous les auspices de l’Institut historique et archéologique néerlandais à Istanbul.

Anatolica is indexed and abstracted in Bibliographie linguistique/Linguistic Bibliography; International Bibliography of Periodical Literature on the Humanities and Social Sciences/IBZ online; Index Islamicus; L'Année Philologique; Scopus; Thomson Scientific Links.

Anatolica is a blind peer-reviewed journal.

ISSN: 0066-1554, e-ISSN: 1875-6654.

Price per volume = subscription (one year): € 80.00 (incl. access to Anatolica Online) + postage (if applicable)

Back numbers available: click here to view all published Anatolica volumes on our website (with abstracts of the articles in the most recent volumes).

Volume 49 (2023):

Editor-in-Chief (a.i.): W.J.I. Waal. Editorial Secretary: C.H. van Zoest.
Editorial Board: G. Algaze, J. Bennett, J. Eidem, F.A. Gerritsen, A.H. de Groot, M. Özdogan, Th.P.J. van den Hout, T.E. Şerifoğlu, T.K. Vorderstrasse.

Starting from Volume 50 (2024):

Editor: Fokke A. Gerritsen
Assistant editors: Aysel Arslan, Gülşah Günata
Advisory Board: t.b.a.

Online version

Anatolica Online is maintained bij Peeters Online Journals. Access to Anatolica Online is free for subscribers; non-subscribers may download articles at a fee of € 14 per item. Issues from 1997 up to present are available online.

All administrative and subscription matters, including access to Anatolica Online, are handled by Peeters.

Guidelines for authors

The call for contributions for Anatolica Volume 49 (2023) is closed.

Starting from Volume 50 (2024), Anatolica’s editorial base returns to the Netherlands Institute in Turkey; guidelines for authors are on the NIT website.


For editorial matters regarding Anatolica Volume 49 (2023), please contact the Editor-in-Chief (a.i.): W.J.I. Waal

For editorial matters regarding Anatolica Volume 50 (2024), please contact the Editor:

For administrative matters (orders, subscriptions, etc.): please contact Peeters Publishers,