Offa - Books

 

The "Offa" bears the name of a probably legendary King of the Angles, whose empire lay in Schleswig-Holstein and who was praised for his bravery and wisdom. The contributions in the first volumes of Offa magazine, published for the first time around 1930, were more oriented towards regional archeology but have always covered a broad chronological spectrum from prehistory to the Middle Ages. However, archeology is a supraregional science, and so over time, numerous archaeologists from Scandinavia, Western, Central and Eastern Europe presented their research results in the Offa. Today, the Offa is an internationally oriented, accredited journal that publishes articles in German or English. All contributions will be reviewed by an international advisory board prior to publication.

Studies from 
the Institute of Prehistory and Early History of Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel,
the Archaeological State Museum of the Schleswig-Holstein State Museums Foundation, Gottorf Castle, Schleswig and
the Schleswig-Holstein Archaeological State Office, Schleswig.

edited by Johannes Müller und Ulrich Müller; Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel.

published by Wachholtz, Neumünster

List of of books published until 2012 (pdf)