SKYLLIS - Journal for Underwater Archaeology
SKYLLIS is the journal of the German Society for the Promotion of Underwater Archaeology (DEGUWA). It appears periodically in print since September 1998 in succession of the DEGUWA-newsletter. Indices of contents of the volumes are available in our online-archive.
All »In Poseidons Reich« conference proceedings are published in our SKYLLIS journal. If you aim to contribute to the next volume, please refer to the notes for contributors for further guidance. All articles are published with German and English abstracts. Manuscripts submitted in French, Italian or Dutch - however - will be translated into German.
Here is the current register (1998 - 2022) in PDF and here on our website.
Skyllis 22 – Year 2022
Panel discussion on the occasion of the conference "In Poseidon's Realm XXVIII" on the topic "Protecting the underwater cultural heritage - a challenge"
Nachruf auf Olaf Höckmann
Christoph Börker – Peter Winterstein
The Location of the Coastline of the Northern Anchorage Area of Caesarea
during the Late Roman and Early Byzantine Periods
Ofra Barkai – Roy Jaijel – Jacov Sharvit – Beverley Goodman-Tchernov
Ein außergewöhnlicher Fund: das Schiffswrack bei Kap Franina
Luka Bekic – Maja Kaleb – Roko Suric – Zdenka Vrgoc
What was the Function of Hillforts on the Sea Routes of the Eastern Adriatic ?
Changing Landscapes and Early Maritime Crossings
The Case of the Northern Aegean Area
Areti Chalkioti – Vasiliki Ivrou
Nautical Landscapes of the Kupa River in Croatia
Searching for the Oldest Submerged Settlement of the Aegean on the Island
of Agios Petros in Alonnisos, Greece
Nikos Efstratiou – Andreas Sotiriou – Olga Koukousioura – Panagiotis Tokmakidis – Cathy Giangrande
New Insights into the Siege of Motya
and the Environment and Extent of the Battle at the Lo Stagnone Lagoon
Max Fiederling – Ronja Fink – Francesca Oliveri
The Journeys of Apostle Paul as a Medium for Religious Expansion
Ammunition on Wrecks
Researching Militar Wrecks in the German Bight
Nine Millenia of Geographical and Historical Changes of the Eastern
Mediterranean Coast, Illustrated by ‘Maritime Apollonia’
Widening the Scope
The Zomia Concept as an Approach to Integrate Non-Spaces and Their Occupants in the
The New Exhibition Hall for the Underwater Archaeology of the Eastern Black
Sea Coast at the Batumi Archaeological Museum, Georgia
Emzar Kakhidze – Teona Zoidze
Submerged Heritage – Diving into the Istrian Underwater
Ida Koncani Uhac
Modern Era Underwater Finds in the Holdings of the Archaeological Museum of Istria
Aleksandra Mahic Sinovcic
A Harbourless Sea?
Harbours and the Maritime Cultural Landscape of the Hellenistic and Roman Aegean
A Bronze Age Shipwreck Deposit in the Gulf of Hisarönü, Turkey:
Im Mahlstrom der Geschichte
Schiffswracks, Wrackteile und Strandgut im Nordfriesischen Wattenmeer