God on Earth: Emperor Domitian

The re-invention of Rome at the end of the 1st century AD

Edited by Aurora Raimondi Cominesi, Nathalie de Haan, Eric M. Moormann & Claire Stocks | Forthcoming

In life, the emperor Domitian (81-96 CE) marketed himself as a god; after his assassination he was condemned to be forgotten. Nonetheless he oversaw a literary, cultural, and monumental revival on a scale not witnessed…




Under the Mediterranean I

Studies in Maritime Archaeology

Edited by Stella Demesticha & Lucy Blue, with Kalliopi Baika, Carlo Beltrame, David Blackman, Deborah Cvikel, Helen Farr & Dorit Sivan | Forthcoming

This volume is a collection of 19 articles in three sections reporting on recent research on the archaeology of shipwrecks, harbours, and maritime landscapes in the Mediterranean region. The shipwrecks section looks at excavated vessels…




Tripolye Typo-chronology

Mega and Smaller Sites in the Sinyukha River Basin

Liudmyla Shatilo | Forthcoming

The Tripolye phenomenon, which displays a specific artefact complex and an extraordinary settlement layout, is also known for its so-called ‘mega sites’. Five of the largest ‘mega’ or giant settlements measure between 150-320 ha in…




Landscapes of Survival

The Archaeology and Epigraphy of Jordan’s North-Eastern Desert and Beyond

Edited by Peter M.M.G. Akkermans | Forthcoming

The ‘Black Desert’ begins just south of Damascus and comprises some 40,000 km2 of dark and desolate basalt fields, which stretch from southern Syria across north-eastern Jordan and reach the sand sea of the Nefud…




Collecting Ancient Europe

National Museums and the search for European Antiquities in the 19th-early 20th century

Edited by Luc W.S.W. Amkreutz | Forthcoming

In order to understand our past, we need to understand ourselves as archaeologists and our discipline. This volume presents recent research into collecting practices of European Antiquities by national museums, institutes and individuals during the…




The tombs of Ptahemwia and Sethnakht at Saqqara

Maarten J. Raven | Forthcoming

The two tombs dealt with in this book were discovered in 2007 and 2010 by the Leiden Expedition in the New Kingdom necropolis of Saqqara. Both date to the transition period between the reign of…




Crossing the Alps

Early Urbanism between Northern Italy and Central Europe (900-400 BC)

Edited by Lorenzo Zamboni, Manuel Fernández-Götz & Carola Metzner-Nebelsick | Forthcoming

This volume offers the first comprehensive overview of the urbanisation processes that took place south and north of the Alps during the early first millennium BC, highlighting the interactions between the different geographical areas. The…




God on Earth: Emperor Domitian

The re-invention of Rome at the end of the 1st century AD

Edited by Aurora Raimondi Cominesi, Nathalie de Haan, Eric M. Moormann & Claire Stocks | Forthcoming

In life, the emperor Domitian (81-96 CE) marketed himself as a god; after his assassination he was condemned to be forgotten. Nonetheless he oversaw a literary, cultural, and monumental revival on a scale not witnessed…




Under the Mediterranean I

Studies in Maritime Archaeology

Edited by Stella Demesticha & Lucy Blue, with Kalliopi Baika, Carlo Beltrame, David Blackman, Deborah Cvikel, Helen Farr & Dorit Sivan | Forthcoming

This volume is a collection of 19 articles in three sections reporting on recent research on the archaeology of shipwrecks, harbours, and maritime landscapes in the Mediterranean region. The shipwrecks section looks at excavated vessels…




Tripolye Typo-chronology

Mega and Smaller Sites in the Sinyukha River Basin

Liudmyla Shatilo | Forthcoming

The Tripolye phenomenon, which displays a specific artefact complex and an extraordinary settlement layout, is also known for its so-called ‘mega sites’. Five of the largest ‘mega’ or giant settlements measure between 150-320 ha in…




Landscapes of Survival

The Archaeology and Epigraphy of Jordan’s North-Eastern Desert and Beyond

Edited by Peter M.M.G. Akkermans | Forthcoming

The ‘Black Desert’ begins just south of Damascus and comprises some 40,000 km2 of dark and desolate basalt fields, which stretch from southern Syria across north-eastern Jordan and reach the sand sea of the Nefud…




Collecting Ancient Europe

National Museums and the search for European Antiquities in the 19th-early 20th century

Edited by Luc W.S.W. Amkreutz | Forthcoming

In order to understand our past, we need to understand ourselves as archaeologists and our discipline. This volume presents recent research into collecting practices of European Antiquities by national museums, institutes and individuals during the…




The tombs of Ptahemwia and Sethnakht at Saqqara

Maarten J. Raven | Forthcoming

The two tombs dealt with in this book were discovered in 2007 and 2010 by the Leiden Expedition in the New Kingdom necropolis of Saqqara. Both date to the transition period between the reign of…




Crossing the Alps

Early Urbanism between Northern Italy and Central Europe (900-400 BC)

Edited by Lorenzo Zamboni, Manuel Fernández-Götz & Carola Metzner-Nebelsick | Forthcoming

This volume offers the first comprehensive overview of the urbanisation processes that took place south and north of the Alps during the early first millennium BC, highlighting the interactions between the different geographical areas. The…







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