Moambe(‘bulletin’in English)of the Georgian National Museum
ISSN 2720-8192(Online)
ISSN 1512-1895
Published twice a year

The aim of Moambe is the fast and simple dissemination of quality scientific research related to the Caucasus region and adjacent areas. It is a peer-reviewed, open access Georgian-and English-language electronic journal, which publishes studies in the humanities and other disciplines promoted by the Georgian National Museum. Fields of interest include ethnography/ethnology, art history, palaeography, history, archaeology, numismatics, phaleristics, glyptic, palynology, geology, zoology, biology, physical anthropology, conservation studies and other related fields.

Editorial team:
Giorgi Bedianashvili (lead editor), Nikoloz Gobejishvili, Salome Markozia, Abby Robinson, Giorgi Chilingarashvili, Mariam Eloshvili

Editorial Board:
David Lordkipanidze – Head of the editorial committee
Claudia Sagona (The Univeristy of Melbourne); Andrew Jamieson (The Univerisity of Melbourne); Nino Sulava (Georgian National Museum); Bertille Lyonnet (CNRS); Karen Rubinson (ISAW, New York University); Guram Kvirkvelia (Georgian National Museum); Anna Belfer-Cohen (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem); Lorenzo Ruki (the University of Florence); Jordi Agustí (University Rovira Virgili, Tarragona, Spain); Nana Burchuladze (Georgian National Museum); Iulon Gagoshize (Georgian National Museum); Davit Lomitashvili (Georgian National Museum); Nikoloz Mugulia (Georgian National Museum); Eldar Nadiradze (Georgian National Museum); Zaza Skhirtladze (Georgian National Museum); Zurab Makharadze (Georgian National Museum); Tengiz Mishveliani (Georgian National Museum); Anni Margvelasvhili (Georgian National Museum); Svend Hansen (German Archaeological Institute, Eurasien-Abteilung Department); Irine Koshoiridze (Georgian National Museum)

History of the Journal

Moambe has a history spanning more than a century. Since 1920 it has been published as Moambe of Museum of Georgia (1920–1936), Moambe of Simon Janashia History Museum of Georgia (1936–2004) and Moambe of the Georgian National Museum (2004–present). In aggregate since 1920, over 1200 scientific articles in different fields of the social sciences have been published. From 2021, Moambe will continue with the same name, but exclusively as an open access electronic journal.



Since 2004