Aim & Scope
Egyptian Journal of Archaeological Restoration Studies (EJARS) publishes original research and review articles of immense archaeological significance. EJARS is directed at archaeologists, conservators, and scientists with interest in the development and application of scientific techniques to all archaeological areas of study.
The journal EJARS is devoted to:
Safeguard restoration and exploitation of cultural heritage
Analyses and preservation of biodiversity
Egyptology and Egyptian Philology
Computer applications to cultural heritage studies
Management of archaeological projects