A call for papers has gone out from Archaeomatica, a new Cultural Heritage Technologies journal from Italy.
The blurb I recieved says that it is interested in the dissemination of advanced methodologies, emerging technologies and techniques for documentation, conservation and exploration of cultural heritage. It is divided into three sections: Documentazione (Survey and documentation), Rivelazioni (Analysis, diagnostics and monitoring), and Restauro (Materials and intervention techniques).
The issues are also published on line at the website http://www.archeomatica.it, but I they only started this year so there aren’t too many. At the moment they are largely in Italian, but I hope that there will be an increasing number of multi-lingual publications in the neer future.
It is peer-reviewed, and from having a look over the subject list they are specifically interested in the use of modern technologies (think 3D mapping etc) in archaeology and cultural heritage management.