Wiley Interscience offers BABAO members private subscription to theInternational Journal of Osteoarchaeology (IJO) at the preferential rate of £133 p.a. - as opposed to the current general rate of £400 ($820) p.a. for individual subscriptions (print only).
One year's subscription includes six issues plus online access to the journal. Click Here to visit the IJO website.
Terms and Conditions: Subscription copies are for personal use only.The price of the discounted subscription is subject to annual review by Wiley Interscience.
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