Hortus Artium Medievalium (HAM) is the annual journal of the International Research Centre for Late Antiquity and Middle Ages. Published regularly since 1995, the journal covers topics in the fields of art history, archaeology and history, and covers the period from Late Antiquity to the end of the Middle ages in an interdisciplinary, international and diachronic way. It primarily brings papers and articles delivered at the IRCLAMA annual symposiums, but also publishes reports from current archaeological excavations, results of research and conservation work on monuments from Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages in Croatia as well as reviews of newer publications from Europe and the rest of the world. The journal is indexed in many European and world databases of scientific journals and papers published in it are reviewed by the committee of international reviewers made up of some of the most renowned European experts for the Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. The texts are published in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish.

The series Dissertationes et Monographiae (DEM) contains specialized volumes which are either monographic studies or Festschrifts in honorem, dedicated to prominent researchers.

The Corpus Architecturae Religiosae Europae (saec. IV-X) is a result of the ongoing international CARE project, started in 2001, with the goal to make a universal and extensive scientific catalogue (both online and published in paper) of all the religious buildings on the European territory from the period IV – X century available to scientists, but also to general public.

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