"Bioarchaeology of the Near East" is a yearly journal available free and full text online; individual papers are available as PDF files. "The aim of the journal is to promote research on the history of human populations inhabiting South-Western Asia (chiefly Mesopotamia, Syria, Palestine, Anatolia, Iran, and Egypt)". It concentrates on papers on physical anthropology and bioarchaeology. In addition to papers and reviews (both peer reviewed), the journal also publishes short fieldwork reports. Information for prospective authors is also available. At the time of review (just two issues available) the journal was still relatively unknown and mainly publishing reports of field projects carried out by the editors. Yet, the journal has potential given the topic, and being peer reviewed, free, and giving space primarily to eastern European authors it provides a venue for publishing research that just a few years ago would have been difficult to access for an international audience. Advanced students and researchers are the primary audience for this website.