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Updates on Brepols Publishers’ latest publications on the Ancient Near East

New publications in the UrbNet-related book series “Studies in Classical Archaeology” and “Contextualizing the Sacred: Sacred Space and its Material Culture in the Ancient Near East and Egypt”.

2020.05.14 | Mie Lind

Brepols Publishers is an international academic publisher of works in the humanities. Based in Turnhout (Belgium), Brepols Publishers’ mission is to publish works with an outstanding academic reputation in the field of Europe’s cultural roots and sphere of influence. They mainly publish within the disciplines of history and archaeology, language and literature, music, art and architectural history.

Brepols Publishers have published many UrbNet-related book series and volumes in recent years, and they are an important and valued collaborator of the centre. Below we have collected a full list of current and forthcoming UrbNet-related book series and journals with Brepols Publishers.

The leaflet with updates on Brepols’ latest publications on the Near East can be downloaded here.

UrbNet-related book series with Brepols Publishers

  • Contextualizing the Sacred: Sacred Space and its Material Culture in Ancient Near East and Egypt (Read more on Brepols Publisher’s website here)

General editors: E. Frood and R. Raja

Specific UrbNet-related volumes in the series:

R. Raja (2019), Revisiting the Religious Life of Palmyra, vol. 9

R. Raja (2017), Contextualizing the Sacred in the Hellenistic and Roman Near East, vol. 8

 

  • Jerash Papers (Read more on Brepols Publisher’s website here)

General editors: A. Lichtenberger and R. Raja

Specific UrbNet-related volumes in the series:

A. Lichtenberger and R. Raja (2019), Byzantine and Umayyad Jerash Reconsidered, vol. 4

A. Lichtenberger and R. Raja (2018), Middle Islamic Jerash (9th century – 15th century), vol. 3

A. Lichtenberger and R. Raja (2018), The Archaeology and History of Jerash, vol. 1

 

  • Studies in Classical Archaeology (Read more on Brepols Publisher’s website here)

General editors: A. Lichtenberger and R. Raja

Specific UrbNet-related volumes in the series:

C.,M. Draycott, R. Raja, K. Welch, and W. T. Wootton (2019), Visual Histories of the Classical World: Essays in Honour of R.R.R. Smith, vol. 4

M. Blömer and R. Raja (2019), Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Seyria, vol. 6

S. Krag (2018), Funerary Representations of Palmyrene Women: From the Firs Century BC to the Third Century AD, vol. 3

A. Lichtenberger and R. Raja (2017), The Diversity of Classical Archaeology, vol. 1

 
New UrbNet-related series in preparation

  • Rome Studies: Studies in the Archaeology, History and Literature of Rome (Read UrbNet’s press release here)

General editors: T. Arlund Hass and R. Raja

 

  • Studies in Palmyrene Archaeology and History

General editor: R. Raja

 

New journal in preparation

  • Journal of Urban Archaeology (Read more at the journal’s website here)

General editors: R. Raja and S.M. Sindbæk

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