Ägyptologische Studien Leipzig

Monographs in the scholarly series ÄSL, that is published since 2019, focus on the study of pharaonic Egypt and encompass all related fields within Egyptology, such as archaeology, religion, art, language and literature. These publications shall consist of both first editions and secondary reprints of first editions.

Archäologie und Geschichte

Freiburger Forschungen zum ersten Jahrtausend in Südwestdeutschland

In the series  „Archäologie und Geschichte. Freiburger Forschungen zum ersten Jahrtausend in Süddeutschland“ the research network „Archäologie und Geschichte des ersten Jahrtausends in Südwestdeutschland“ („Archaeology and history of the first millenium in southern Germany”) based at Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg has been publishing monographs and collected writings since 1986. Founded in 1984 it today comprises the subjects of prehistoric archeology, provincial Roman archeology as well protohistoric archeology and archeology of the middle ages, medieval history and regional history.

Archäologische Berichte

"Archäologischen Berichte" (Arch. Ber.) is the monograph series of DGUF. It has been published since 1987, with a frequency of approximately one volume a year. Volume 25 (2014) and all later volumes have been published both in print, and online in Open Access. If needed, additional material and Open Data can be included in the online-version. 

Archäologische Quellen

Archäologische Quellen (Arch. Quellen) are a monograph series founded by DGUF in 2017 which serves as a collection of “sources”, i.e. documentation of excavations, finds etc. These are presented without any in-depth research analysis. The sources only offer very few clues on the finds; they serve as raw material for further scientific investigation which can then be presented in future publications. The Archäologische Quellen are published in a print edition and – in collaboration with Heidelberg University Library - online in the golden way Open Access. The online edition may include additional material such as large-format maps of digs and open data.  

Beihefte der Bonner Jahrbücher

The supplements are published by the LVR-Landesmuseum Bonn and the Verein von Altertumsfreunden im Rheinlande. Since 1950 they have been published in loose succession as a series of monographs on the Bonner Jahrbücher.

Bodenaltertümer Westfalens

„Bodenaltertümer Westfalens“ (BAW) is the LWL-Archäologie für Westfalen's longest running publication series: its first volume was published in 1929. The research results of the Westphalian Department of Archaeology – dealing with single excavations as well as general questions – are published as monographs or collections of essays, covering the periods from the Paleolithic until the Early Middle Ages.

Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident

The series serves as the publication organ of the Leibniz ScienceCampus Mainz research programme dedicated to Byzantium, focused on Byzantium‘s role in bridging east and west, and in facilitating cultural transfer and how it was perceived by other cultures, from antiquity until the modern era. The methods and objects of investigation of the disciplines concerned with Byzantium are combined across the boundaries of traditional individual subjects to provide novel perspectives and approaches to research into Byzantium and its material and immaterial culture.

Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel

The publication series "Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel (CMS)" (“Corpus of Minoan and Mycenaean Seals”) currently consists of 13 volumes, some of them in several parts (CMS I-XIII) as well as 10 supplements , publishing more than 9,000 Minoan and Mycenaean seals as well as seal impressions in a standardised format.

Digital Classics Books

Digital Classics Books is a series of Open Access monographs which is open for contributions such as documents written as part of an academic qualification, produced in the context of a Digital Humanities project. Also eligible are more comprehensive individual works, e.g. collected volumes containing several contributions based around a common subject or theme. 

Distant Worlds Journal Special Issues

The DWJ Special Issues are published by Distant Worlds Journal (DWJ) and present interdisciplinary research on ancient societies and their material legacies. Additionally, the Special Issues serve to advertise workshops, conferences and congresses organized and financed by the Graduate School for Ancient Studies Distant Worlds.

 

Forschungen und Berichte zur Archäologie in Baden-Württemberg

The book series „Forschungen und Berichte zur Archäologie in Baden-Württemberg“ contains monographs and collected volumes on the full time span of prehistory, protohistory, the archaeology of the roman provinces and of the middle ages to early modern times. It features excavation and research results achieved by federal state archaeology in Baden-Wuerttemberg.

Forschungen zur Urgeschichte aus dem Tagebau Schöningen

The series "Forschungen zur Urgeschichte aus dem Tagebau Schöningen" is published by the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, the Niedersächsisches Landesamt für Denkmalpflege and the Römisch-Germanische Kommission of the Deutschen Archäologischen Institut and will be available for download at the Propylaeum eBOOKS.

Freiburger Studien zur Archäologie und visuellen Kultur

The series „Freiburger Studien zur Archäologie und visuellen Kultur“ (FAVis) is published by the Institute of Archaeological Studies (IAW) at the Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg i. Br. Monographs and collected writings focus on the archaeolgy and visual culture of antiquity.  Across the boundaries of traditional disciplines, the series particularly aims at addressing phenomena of image-artefact-relations.

Monographien des RGZM

The monograph series addresses interdisciplinary questions on prehistorical, ancient and medieval societies, cultures and their art based on archeological, historical and literary sources.

 

Studies in African Archaeology

The publication series “Studies in African Archaeology” (SAA) has been published since 1984 by the Archaeological Museum in Poznań (PL ISSN 0866-9244). The series publishes monographs on the prehistory of northeastern Africa as well as papers from the conference series “Later Prehistory of Northeastern Africa” (LPNEA) which has been taking place in Poland every four years since 1980.