Archiving and Data Distribution

The editor provides secure archiving of published material. Arkhaia Anatolika sends the published articles to electronic archives on an open access basis without any action by the author(s) and makes them open to full access. The author or funder may upload a copy of the author's accepted article to their archive site. Arkhaia Anatolika author license permits reuse with reference to the source of the article (with a full citation) for non-commercial use only. Our policy of obtaining permission for commercial use applies.

Arkhaia Anatolika undertakes to keep all its articles open access under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC 4.0) and to store the full text content on archive platforms and journal website (

Archive Policy: LOCKSS

Repository Policy: Journal website (

Articles published in the Arkhaia Anatolika are digitally archived in LOCKSS and CLOCKSS. In addition, the published articles can be accessed by the author in the institutional archive of the university (DSpace, AVESİS etc.), subject archives or any other archive without the embargo period. Thus, anyone can access this publication immediately, free of charge.

Arkhaia Anatolika (e-ISSN: 2651-4664) is pleased to announce its archive policy in line with its policy of supporting the dissemination of research results:

• Arkhaia Anatolika allows authors to use the final published version of an article (publisher pdf) for self-archiving (author's personal website) and/or archiving in an institutional repository after publication.

• Authors may self-archive their articles in public and/or commercial subject-based archives. There is no embargo period, but the published source should be cited and a link should be set to the journal homepage or DOI of the articles.

• Authors can download the output of the article as a PDF document. Authors can send copies of the article to their colleagues without any embargo.

• Arkhaia Anatolika allows authors to use the final published version of an article (publisher pdf) allows all versions of articles (sent version, accepted version, published version) to be stored in an institutional or other archive of the author's choice without embargo.

• Arkhaia Anatolika uses the LOCKSS system to allow permanent archives to be created. Based on the Stanford University Libraries, the LOCKSS Program provides award-winning, low-cost, open-source digital preservation tools to provide libraries and publishers with access to permanent and authoritative digital content. The LOCKSS Program is a library-led digital preservation system built on the principle of "securing large numbers of copies". The LOCKSS Program develops and supports libraries using open source end-to-end digital preservation software.

Published Version in the Journal

Release Type: Open Access




Embargo Period: There is no embargo period.

Open Access License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Copyright: The author owns the rights associated with an original work of authorship.

Archive Location: Crossref, Journal WebsiteElectronic Publishing Compilation System (EYDeS) of the National Library of Turkey, Institutional Archive, Institutional Site, Author's Personal Website, Public and/or Commercial Subject Based Archives.

Policy Conditions: The journal should be cited in accordance with the citation and citation standards. It should be linked to the publisher version with the DOI.

Accepted Version

Embargo: No Embargo

Location: Journal Website, Institutional Archive, Author’s Personal Website, Public and/or Commercial Subject Based Archives.

Copyright Owner: Authors (Authors retain copyright, without restrictions)

Submitted Version

Embargo: No Embargo

Copyright Owner: Authors (Authors retain copyright, without restrictions)

Location: Journal Website, Institutional Archive, Author's Personal Website, Public and/or Commercial Subject Based Archives.

Permanent Article Identifier: DOIArkhaia Anatolika uses the digital object identifier (DOI). DOI is used to find the article wherever it is.

ORCID: Yes. Arkhaia Anatolika requires ORCID iDs to be included in article metadata. The ORCID is a nonproprietary alphanumeric code to uniquely identify authors and contributors of scholarly communication.

Article Publishing Charges: All expenses of the Arkhaia Anatolika are covered by the concessionaire. Arkhaia Anatolika does not charge any fees for articles submitted for publication, including the internal review process, external review process and publication phase. Arkhaia Anatolika does not accept sponsorship and advertisement due to its publication policies.