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2019

Albertson, F., Lapatin, K. & Raja, R. (2019). "Rejoining a Palmyrene funerary relief: Postscriptum", Zeitschrift für Orientarchäologie 12, 168-183.

Ashby, S. P. & Sindbæk, S. M. (2019). "Between domestic circles and urban networks", in: Ashby, S. P. & Sindbæk, S. M. (eds.), Crafts and social networks in viking towns, Oxford, 53-58.

Ashby, S. P. & Sindbæk, S. M. (2019). "Collaboration and expert knowledge", in: Ashby, S. P. & Sindbæk, S. M. (eds.), Crafts and social networks in viking towns, Oxford, 225-230.

Ashby, S. P. & Sindbæk, S. M. (2019). "Constructing specialism", in: Ashby, S. P. & Sindbæk, S. M. (eds.), Crafts and social networks in viking towns, Oxford, 127-132. 

Ashby, S. P. & Sindbæk, S. M. (2019). "Crafting the urban network", in: Ashby, S. P. & Sindbæk, S. M. (eds.), Crafts and social networks in viking towns, Oxford, 1-30.

Ashby, S. P. & Sindbæk, S. M. (eds.) (2019). Crafts and social networks in viking towns, Oxford.

Baittinger, C., Fogtmann-Schulz, A., Karoff, C., Knudsen, M. F., Kudsk, S. G. K., Olsen, J. & Trant, P. L. K. (2019). "Variations in solar activity across the Spörer Minimum based on radiocarbon in Danish oak", Geophysica Reseach Letter 46:15, 8617-8623, DOI: doi.org/10.1029/2019GL083537.

Baldoni, D. (2019). ”Archaeological evidence for craft activities in the area of the Sanctuary of Artemis at Gerasa between the Byzantine and Umayyad periods”, in: Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (eds.), Byzantine and Umayyad Jerash Reconsidered: Transitions, Transformations, Continuities, Jerash Papers 4, Turnhout, 115-158.

Barfod, G., Lichtenberger, A., Peterson, A., Raja, A. & Ting, C. (2019). "Middle Islamic pottery from Jerash. New research on ceramic fabrics and the implications for production patterns of HMGP pottery in Northern Jordan", Zeitschrift für Orientarchäologie 12, 140-167.

Bargfeldt, N, Manetta, C., Mortensen, E. & Poulsen, B. (2019). "Mord, myter og monumenter på Via Appia", in: Carstens, P. (ed.), Veje & Kultur: Forbindelser mellem kulturer fra antikken til i dag, København, 32–37.

Baužytė, E. (2019). Making and trading iron in the Swahili world: An archaeometallurgical study of iron production technologies, their role, and exchange networks in 500–1500 CE coastal Tanzania, unpublished PhD thesis, Aarhus University.

Birch, T. & Martinón-Torres, M. (2019). "Shape as a measure of weapon standardisation: From metric to geometric morphometric analysis of the Iron Age 'Havor' lance from Southern Scandinavia", Journal of Archaeological Science 101, 34-51, DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2018.11.002.

Birch, T., Orfanou, V., Lichtenberger, A., Raja, R., Barfod, G., Lesher, C.E., Schulze, I. & Schulze, W. (2019). "From nummi minimi to fulūs—small change and wider issues: Characterising coinage from Gerasa/Jerash (Late Roman to Umayyad periods)", Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, DOI: doi.org/10.1007/s12520-019-00866-9.

Birch, T., Höfer, H. E., Kemmers, F., Klein, S., Seitz, H.-M. & Westner, K. (2019). "Retracing Magna Graecia’s silver: Coupling lead isotopes with a multi-standard trace element procedure", Archaeometry, DOI: doi.org/10.1111/arcm.12499.

Blömer, M. (2019). "Der Mons Argaios und andere göttliche Berge in römischer Zeit", in: Engels, B., Huy, S. & Steitler, C. (eds.), Natur und Kult in Anatolien, BYZAS 24, Istanbul, 253–282.

Blömer, M. (2019). "Edessa and Osrhoene", in: Tekin, O. (ed.), Hellenistic kingdoms in Anatolia. Kings, emperors, Ccity states, Ankara, 196–221.

Blömer, M. (2019). "Kommagene ve Kyrrhestike`de Roma Dönemi Kaya Oda Mezarları", in: Demir, T., Ekici, M., Dinc, M. & Tarhan, Ç. M. (eds.), Rifat Ergeç Armağanı, Ankara, 65-82.

Blömer, M. (2019). "Kommagene Bölgesinde Roma Imperatorluk Dönemi Anıtları", in: Wagner, J. (ed.), Fırat Kıyısında Tanrı Krallar. Kommagene'de Yeni Kazılar ve Araştırmalar, Istanbul, 254–265.  

Blömer, M. (2019). "Review of: R. Fleischer, Die Felsengräber der Könige von Pontos in Amasya. Istanbul Forschungen Band 56 (Tübingen, Wasmuth 2017)", Bonner Jahrbücher 217, 493-495.

Blömer, M. (2019). “The Diversity of funerary portraiture in Roman Commagene and Cyrrhestice”, in: Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.), Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout, 45-64.

Blömer, M., Çobanoğlu, D. & Winter, E. (2019). "Doliche 2017 Kazı Sezonu", Kazi Sonuçlari Toplantisi 40:1, 651-670.

Blömer, M., Çobanoğlu, D. and Winter, E. (2019). "Die Stadtgrabung in Doliche. Zu den Ergebnissen der Feldarbeiten 2015–2018", Istanbuler Mitteilungen 69, 103–186.  

Blömer, M., Malmberg, S., Raja, R. & Videbech, C. (2019). "Antikke byer går online", Sfinx 42.3.  

Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.) (2019). Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout.

Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (2019). "Funerary portraits in Roman Greater Syria - Time for a reappreciation", in: Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.), Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout, 1-4.

Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (2019). “Shifting the paradigms: Towards a new agenda in the study of the funerary portraiture of Greater Roman Syria”, in: Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.), Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout, 5-26.

Blömer, M. & Winter, E. (2019). "Wie Iuppiter Dolichenus das Römische Reich eroberte", Archäologie in Deutschland 3, 14–19.

Blömer, M., Winter, E., & Çobanoğlu, D. (2019). "Die Stadtgrabung in Doliche. Zu den Ergebnissen der Feldarbeiten 2015–2018", Istanbuler Mitteilungen 69, 103–183.

Brandt, L. Ø. (2019). "DNA analysis of textiles from Hammerum", in: Møbjerg, T. et al. (eds.), Hammerum - Burial customs and clothing in the Roman Iron Age, Aarhus, 143-146.

Brandt, L. Ø. & Allentoft, M. E. (2019). "Archaeological wool textiles - A window to ancient sheep genetics?", in: Bergerbrandt, S. & Sabatini, S. (eds.), The Textile Revolution in Bronze Age Europe, Cambridge, 274-303.

Croix, S. (2019). "La ville portuaire de Ribe. L’archéologie en 'haute résolution'", Dossiers d’Archéologie 391, 46-49.

Croix, S. (2019). "Review of: H. Lyngström (ed.), Farverige Vikinger. Sagnlandet Lejre 2018. 120 sider (Kuml 2019), Kuml: Årbog for Jysk Arkæologisk Selskab 2019, 316-319.

Croix, S., Deckers, P., Feveile, C., Knudsen, M., Qvistgaard, S. S., Sindbæk, S. M. & Wouters, B. (2019). "Single context, metacontext, and high definition archaeology: Integrating new standards of stratigraphic excavation and recording", Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 2019, 1591-1631, DOI: doi.org/10.1007/s10816-019-09417-x.    

Croix, S., Gundersen, O. E., Kristiansen, S. M., Olsen, J., Sindbæk, S. M. & Søvsø, M. (2019). "Dating earthwork fortifications: Integrating five dating methods in Viking-age Ribe, Denmark", Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 26, DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2019.101906.

Croix, S. & Ijssennagger-Van der Pluijm, N. (2019). "Cultures without borders? Approaching the cultural continuum in the Danish–Frisian coastal areas in the early Viking Age", Scandinavian Journal of History 2019, DOI: doi.org/10.1080/03468755.2019.1687332.

Croix, S., Neiß, M. & Sindbæk, S. M. (2019). "The réseau opératoire of urbanization: Craft collaborations and organization in an Early Medieval workshop in Ribe, Denmark", Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 345-364, DOI: 10.1017/S0959774318000525.

Dahlström, H. (2019). Towards the making of a town: People, practices and interaction in Early Medieval Copenhagen, unpublished PhD thesis, Aarhus University.

Deckers, P. (2019). "Karolingische topvondsten met Scandinavische connecties", in: Hillewaert, B. & Ryckaert, M. (eds.), Op het Raakvlak van Twee Landschappen. De Vroegste Geschiedenis van Brugge. Tweede, herziene en uitgebreide Uitgave, Brugge, 132-133.

Deckers, P., Tys, D. & Wouters, B. (2019). "Vikingen in Kust-Vlaanderen", in: Hillewaert, B. & Ryckaert, M. (eds.), Op het raakvlak van twee landschapen: De vroegste geschiedenis van Brugge, Brugge.

Devos, Y., Nicosia, C. & Wouters, B. (2019). "Urban geoarchaeology in Belgium: Experiences and innovations", Geoarchaeology, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/gea.21755

Dickenson, C. P. (2019). "Response to a Review by J.C. Donate (Journal of Roman Archaeology 31, 2018)", Journal of Roman Archaeology 32, 996-997, DOI: doi.org/10.1017/S1047759419001144.

Dickenson, C. P. (2019). "Review of: G. Biard, La représentation honorifique dans les cites grecques aux époques classique et hellénistique (Paris, de Boccard 2017)", Sehekpunkte 19:9.

Dickenson, C. P. (2019). "The myth of the Ionian Agora - Investigating the enclosure of Greek public space through archaeological and historical sources", Hesperia 88:3, 557-593, DOI: doi.org/10.2972/hesperia.88.3.0557.

Draycott, C., Raja, R., Welch, K. & Wootton, W. (eds.) (2019). Visual Histories of the Classical World: Essays in Honor of R. R. R. Smith, Studies in Classical Archaeology 4, Turnhout.

Draycott, C. Raja, R., Wootton, W. (2019). "Visual histories: Visual remains and histories of the classical world: Papers in honor of R. R. R. Smith", in: Draycott, C., Raja, R., Welch, K. & Wootton, W. (eds.), Visual histories of the classical world: Essays in honor of R. R. R. Smith, Studies in Classical Archaeology 4, xxxiii-xxxv.

Ebsen, J. A., Haase, K., Larsen, R., Sommer, D. V. P. & Brandt, L. Ø. (2019). "Identifying archaeological leather - discussing the potential of grain pattern analysis and zooarchaeology by mass spectrometry (ZooMS) through a case study involving medieval shoe parts from Denmark", Journal of Cultural Heritage, 1-11.

Enevold, R., Flintoft, P., Tjellden, A. K. E., & Kristiansen, S. M. (2019). "Vacuum freeze-drying of sediment cores: An optimised method for preserving archaeostratigraphic archives", Antiquity 93:370, e25, DOI: doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2019.98.

Fletcher, R. (2019). "Trajectories to low-density settlements past and present: Paradox and outcomes", Frontiers in Digital Humanities 6:14, DOI: doi.org/10.3389/fdigh.2019.00014.

Fuchs, M., Murphy, A., Quero-Sánchez, A. & Raja, R. (2019). "Afterword: The social lives of religious individualisation", in: Fuchs, M., Linkenbach, A., Mulsow, M., Otto, B.-C., Parson, R. B. & Rüpke, J. (eds), Religious Individualisation: Historical Dimensions and Comparative Perspectives 1, Berlin & Boston, 315–319.

Haase, K. (2019). An urban way of life: Social practices, networks and identities in Odense, 1000–1500 AD, unpublished PhD thesis, Aarhus University.

Haase, K. (2019). "Building urbanity: Spatial organisation as social practice in medieval Odense", Acta Archaeologica 90:2, 43-76, DOI: doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0390.2019.12212.x.

Hammers, N. (2019). Trade, import and urban development: An archaeobotanical and isotopic approach to the study of towns in Denmark, c. 1050–1750 CE, unpublished PhD thesis, Aarhus University.

Hansen, J., Haase, K. & Brandt, L. Ø. (2019). "Kamme og kammageri i middelalderens Odense – nye resultater fra udgravningerne ved Thomas B. Thriges Gade", Odense Bys Museer 2019, 21-29.

Heeren, S. & Deckers, P. (2019). "A Late Roman gold neck ring with inscription from Walcheren (prov. Zeeland/NL)", Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 49:1, 149-163.

Heyn, M. & Raja, R. (2019) "Male dress habits in Roman period Palmyra", in: Cifarelli, M. (ed.), Fashioned selves: Dress and identity in antiquity, Oxford & Philadelphia, 41-53.

Intagliata, E. E. (2019). "Forgotten borderlands. Northeastern Anatolia in the 6th century", in: Jacobs, I. & Elton, H. (eds.), Asia Minor in the long Sixth Century AD. Current Research and Future Directions, Oxford, 79-90.

Intagliata, E. E. (2019). “Geç Antik Çağ’da Tzanika’nın (Kuzeydoğu Anadolu) sınır savunma sistemine ilişkin notlar”, Belleten 297, 427–438.  

Intagliata, E. E. (2019). "Review of: K. Winther-Jacobsen & L. Summerer 2015 (eds.), Landscape Dynamics and Settlement Patterns in Northern Anatolia during the Roman and Byzantine Period. Geographica Historica 32 (Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart 2015)", American Journal of Archaeology 123.2.

Intagliata, E. E. (2019). "Review of: P. Niewöhner (ed.) The archaeology of Byzantine Anatolia. From the end of late antiquity until the coming of the Turks (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2017)", Journal of Greek Archaeology 4, 486–487.

Intagliata, E. E. (2019). “The city that would not fall. Palmyra in late antique and early Islamic times”, in: Nielsen, A. M. & Raja, R. (eds.), The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen, 255–268.  

Intagliata, E. E., Naskidashvili, D. & Snyder, J. R. (2019). "Towards a high-definition approach to the study of Byzantine fortifications. The case study of Tsikhisdziri (western Georgia)", Anatolica 45, 181–192.  

Jacobsen, J. K., Raja, R. & Saxkjær, S. G. (2019). "Fragmenter af Roms historie - det nye dansk-italienske Cæsar Forum-projekt", Sfinx 42:1, 22-27.

Kaizer, T. & Raja, R. (2019). "Divine Symbolism on the Tesserae from Palmyra: Considerations about the so-called 'Symbol of Bel' or 'Signe de la Pluie'", Syria 95, 297-315. 

Kakhidze, A., Intagliata, E. E., Harley, F. & Naskidashvili, D. (2019). "A Late Antique church at Napurvala hill (Pichvnari, western Georgia) and its associated cemetery. A reappraisal based on the surviving evidence at the Batumi Archaeological Museum", Phasis – Greek and Roman Studies 21:22, 140–170.

Kontogiannis, N. D., Orfanou, V. (2019). "The Chalcis treasure: A 14th-15th century hoard from Euboea, Greece. First thoughts and preliminary results", in: Bosselmann-Ruickbie, A. (ed.), New Research on Late Byzantine Goldsmiths’ Works (13th-15th Centuries), Byzanz Zwischen Orient Und Okzident 13, Regensburg, 115–125.    

Krag, S. (2019). "Palmyrene funerary buildings and family burial patterns", in: Krag, S. & Raja, R. (eds.), Women, children and the family in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 3, Copenhagen, 38-66. 

Krag, S. (2019). “Palmyrene funerary female portraits: Portrait tradition and change”, in: Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.), Funerary portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout, 111-132.

Krag, S. (2019). "The production of portraits in Roman Period Palmyra", in: Boschung, D. & Queyrel, F. (eds.), Porträt als Massenphänomen - Le portrait comme phénomène de masse, Leiden, 459-502.

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (2019). "Families in Palmyra – the evidence from the first three centuries CE", in: Krag, S. & Raja, R. (eds.), Women, children and the family in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 3, Copenhagen, 7-18.

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (eds.) (2019). Women, children and the family in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 3, Copenhagen.  

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (2019). "Introduction", in: Krag, S. & Raja, R. (eds.), Women, children and the family in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 3, Copenhagen, 7-18.

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (2019). "Unveiling female hairstyles: Markers of age, social roles, and status in funerary sculpture from Palmyra", Zeitschrift für Orient-Archäologie 11, 243-277.

Krag, S., Raja, R. & Yon, J.-B. (2019). The Collection of Palmyrene Funerary Portraits in the Musei Vaticani: Notes and Observations, Bollettino dei Monumenti Musei e Gallerie Pontificie Supplemento 4, the Vatican State.

Kudsk, S. G. K., Philippsen, B., Baittinger, C., Fogtmann-Schulz, A., Knudsen, M. F., Karoff, C. & Olsen, J. (2019). "New single-year radiocarbon measurements based on Danish Oak covering the periods AD 692-790 and 966-1057", Radiocarbon 2019, 1-19, DOI: doi.org/10.1017/RDC.2019.107.

Larsen, J.S., Madsen, C. F. & Møller, K. K. (eds.), Anno Domini 19, Højbjerg.

Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (2019). "18. Januar 749 n. Chr - Ein Erdbeben zerstört die Stadt Gerasa in Jordanien", Antike Welt 1:2019, 4.  

Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (2019). "Defining borders: The Umayyad-Abbasid transition and the earthquake of AD 749 in Jerash", in: Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (eds.), Byzantine and Umayyad Jerash reconsidered. Transitions, transformations, continuities, Jerash Papers 4, Turnhout, 265-286.

Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (eds.) (2019). Byzantine and Umayyad Jerash reconsidered. Transitions, transformations, continuities, Jerash Papers 4, Turnhout.

Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (2019). “Management of water resources over time in semiarid regions: The case of Gerasa/Jerash in Jordan”, WIREs Water, e1403, DOI: doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1403

Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (2019). "Open-data presentation of a geophysical survey in Gerasa (Jerash), Jordan", Antiquity 93:371, e31, DOI: doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2019.157

Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (2019). “Portrait habit and the funerary portraiture of the decapolis”, in: Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.), Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria. Studies in Classical Archaeology 6. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 133-150.

Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (2019). "The Danish-German Jarash North-West Quarter Project: Results from the 2014-2015 seasons", Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan XIII, 51-71.

Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (2019). ”The chora of Gerasa/Jerash”, in: Lichtenberger, A., Tal, O. & Weiss, Z. (eds.), Judaea/Palaestina and Arabia: Cities and hinterlands in Roman and Byzantine Times: Panel 8:6Archaeology and Economy in the Ancient World. Proceedings of the 19. International Congress of Classical Archaeology, Cologne/Bonn 2018, Band 44, Heidelberg, 109-124.

Lichtenberger, A. & Raja. R. (2019). "The conundrum of chronologies of the Byzantine and Umayyad periods in Jerash", in Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (eds.), Byzantine and Umayyad Jerash reconsidered: Transitions, transformations, continuities, Jerash Papers 4, Turnhout, 1-6.

Lichtenberger, A., Raja, R., Seland, E. H., Kinnaird, T., & Simpson, I. A. (2019). “Urban-riverine hinterland synergies in semi-arid environments: Millennial-scale change, adaptations, and environmental responses at Gerasa/Jerash”, Journal of Field Archaeology 44:5, 333-351, DOI: doi.org/10.1080/00934690.2019.1625619.

Lichtenberger, A., Raja, R. & Stott, D. (2019). "Mapping Gerasa: A new and precise map of the site", Antiquity 93:367, 1-7.

Merkel, S. (2019). “Ceramic petrography of locally produced Byzantine/Umayyad pottery from Jerash”, in: Lichtenberger A. & Raja, R. (eds.), Byzantine and Umayyad Jerash Reconsidered: Transitions, Transformations, Continuities, Jerash Papers 4, Turnhout, 229-238.

Mortensen, E. (2019). “P.J. Riis – og Hama og Tell Sukas, der forbandt Middelhavet med Mellemøsten”, in: Mortensen, E. & Raja, R. (eds.), Store danske arkæologer. På jagt efter fortidens byer, Aarhus, 187–213.   

Mortensen, E. & Raja, R. (2019). “Introduktion – om store danske arkæologer, fortidens byer og tilblivelsen af en humanistisk disciplin”, in: Mortensen, E. & Raja, R. (eds.), Store danske arkæologer. På jagt efter fortidens byer, Aarhus, 9–39.  

Mortensen, E. & Raja, R. (eds.) (2019). Store danske arkæologer. På jagt efter fortidens byer, Aarhus.

Nielsen, A. M. and Raja, R. (2019). The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen.

Nielsen, A. M. and R. Raja. (2019). “The Road to Palmyra”, in: Nielsen, A. M. and Raja, R. (eds.), The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen, 9–22.

Pappalardo, R. (2019). “The Late Antique Jarash Project: Preliminary results of the pottery data”, in: Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (eds.), Byzantine and Umayyad Jerash Reconsidered: Transitions, Transformations, Continuities, Jerash Papers 4, Turnhout, 195-228.

Peterson, A. (2019). Ceramics in context: The history and pottery of a Middle Islamic settlement in the northwest quarter of Jerash, unpublished PhD thesis, Aarhus University.

Philippsen, B. (2019). "Approaches to determine reservoir effects in ELK/MOOSE", Radiocarbon 61:6, 1889-1904, DOI: doi.org/10.1017/RDC.2019.124.

Philippsen, B. (2019). "Review of: S. H. Andersen, Vængesø and Holmegaard: Ertebølle Fishers and Hunters on Djursland. East Jutland Museum Publications 4 (Aarhus 2018)", Arkäologischer Informationen 42, 460-461.

Philippsen, B., Ivanovaite, L., Makhotka, K., Sauer, F., Riede, F. & Olsen, J. (2019). "Eight new late pleistocene/early holocene AMS dates from the southeastern baltic", Radiocarbon 61:2, 615-627.

Philippsen, B., Olsen, J., Sorensen, S. A., & Måge, B. (2019). "δ13C values of wood and charcoal reveal broad isotopic ranges at the base of the food web", Radiocarbon 61:6, 2003-2017, DOI: doi.org/10.1017/RDC.2019.138.

Pikirayi, I. & Sulas, F. (2019). Archaeological investigations and fieldschool at Chenga and surroundings, Great Zimbabwe, July 2018, Aarhus.

Poulsen, B. & Gundersen, O. E. (2019). "Between sea and river: Water in Medieval Scandinavian towns", WIREs Water 2019, DOI: doi.org/10.1002/wat2.1346.

Raja, R. (2019). "Dining with the gods and the others: The banqueting tickets from Palmyra as expressions of religious individualisation", in: Fuchs, M., Linkenbach, A., Mulsow, M., Otto, B.-C., Parson, R. B. & Rüpke, J. (eds.), Religious individualisation: Historical dimensions and comparative perspectives 1, Berlin & Boston, 243–255.  

Raja, R. (2019). "Family matters: Family constellations in Palmyrene funerary sculpture", in: Johannsen, K. B. & Petersen, J. H. (eds.), Family lives: Aspects of life and death in ancient families, Acta Hyperborea 15, Copenhagen, 245-270.  

Raja, R. (2019). “Harald Ingholt and Palmyra”, in: Nielsen, A. M. and Raja, R. (eds.), The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen, 41–64.

Raja, R. (2019). “Harald Ingholt – og Palmyra, oasen i den syriske ørken”, in: Mortensen, E. & Raja, R. (eds.), Store danske arkæologer. På jagt efter fortidens byer, Aarhus, 105–131.  

Raja, R (2019). "It stays in the family: Palmyrene priestly representations and their constellations", in: Krag, S. & Raja, R. (eds.), Women, children and the family in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 3, Copenhagen, 95-156.  

Raja, R. (2019). “Funerary Portraiture in Palmyra: Portrait habit at a cross-road or a signifier of local identity?”, in: Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.), Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout, 95-110.

Raja, R. (2019). "Orientalisme: Hvorfor sælger rejsebureauerne flyvende tæpper?", in: Bille, M., Engberg-Pedersen, A. & Gram-Skjoldager, K. (eds.), Verden ifølge Humaniora: 40 banebrydende begreber der former vores virkelighed, Aarhus, 326-333.

Raja, R. (2019). "Portrait habit in Palmyra", in: Nielsen, A. M. and Raja, R. (eds.), The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen, 137-154.

Raja, R. (2019). "Reconsidering the dorsalium or 'Curtain of Death' in Palmyrene Funerary Sculpture: Significance and Interpretations in Light of the Palmyra Portrait Project Corpus", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Revisiting the religious life of Palmyra, Contextualising the Sacred 9, Turnhout, 67-151.

Raja, R. (2019). “Religious banquets in Palmyra and the Palmyrene banqueting tesserae”, in: Nielsen, A. M. and Raja, R. (eds.), The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen, 221–234.

Raja, R. (2019). "Review of: R. Burns, Origins of the colonnaded Streets in the Cities of the Roman East (Oxford 2017)", Levant 50:1, 166-117, DOI: doi.org/10.1080/00758914.2018.1560702.

Raja, R. (2019). "Review of: S. Nagel, J. F. Quack & C. Witschel (eds.), Entangled Worlds: Religious confluences between East and West in the Roman Empire. The cults of Isis, Mithras and Jupiter Dolichenus (Tübingen 2017)", Journal of Roman Studies, 1-2, DOI: doi.org/10.1017/S0075435819000418.

Raja, R. (ed.) (2019). Revisiting the religious life of Palmyra, Contextualising the Sacred 9, Turnhout.

Raja, R. (2019). "Revisiting the religious life of Palmyra: Or why it still matters to focus on ancient religious life within the context of a single site", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Revisiting the Religious Life of Palmyra, Contextualising the Sacred 9, Turnhout, 1-6.

Raja, R. (2019). "Stacking aestethics in the Syrian Desert: Displaying Palmyrene sculpture in the public and funerary sphere", in Draycott, C., Raja, R., Welch, K. & Wootton, W. (eds.), Visual histories of the classical world: Essays in honor of R. R. R. Smith, Studies in Classical Archaeology 4, 281-298.

Raja, R. (2019). The Palmyra Collection: Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 

Raja, R. (2019). "Transformative research in the humanities", The Danish National Research Foundation's Annual theme publication: Transformative research. How, what and why?, 20-27.

Raja, R. & Sørensen, A. H. (2019). "Historiography: Danish research from Johannes Østrup to the Palmyra Portrait Project", in: Eristov, H., Vibert-Guigue, C., al-As'ad, W. & Sarkis, N. (eds.), Les Tombeau des trois frères à Palmyre. Mission archéologique franco-syrienne 2004-2009, Beirut, 59-64. 

Rasson-Seigne, A.-M. & Seigne, J. (2019). “La céramique de trois ensembles clos deds VIe/VIIIsiècles à Gerasa”, in: Lichtenberger A. & Raja, R. (eds.), Byzantine and Umayyad Jerash Reconsidered: Transitions, Transformations, Continuities, Jerash Papers 4, Turnhout, 159-194.

Sabatini, S., Bergerbrant, S., Brandt, L. Ø., Margaryan, A. & Allentoft M. E. (2019). “Approaching sheep herds origins and the emergence of the wool economy in continental Europe during the Bronze Age”, Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11, 4909–4925.

Saxkjær, S. G. (2019). "La pisside globulare bag-shaped", in: Mittica, G. (ed.), Francavilla Marittima: Un patrimonio ricontestualizzato, Vibo Valentia, 121-124.

Saxkjær, S. G. (2019). "Mysteriet fra Mont’e Prama", SFINX 42:2, 14-17.

Sauer, N. (2019). "Metro-museer i Middelhavsområdets metropoler", SFINX 42:4, 8–11.

Sauer, N. (2019). "Transport Amphoras as Interlinks in the Ancient World", Skyllis 18:1, 33-41. 

Schulze, I. & Schulze, W. (2019). ”Umayyad numismatics in Bilād al-Shām with particular reference to Jund al-Urdunn”, in: Lichtenberger A. & Raja, R. (eds.), Byzantine and Umayyad Jerash Reconsidered: Transitions, Transformations, Continuities, Jerash Papers 4, Turnhout, 239-264.

Sindbæk, S. M. (2019). "Exhibition review: 'Meet the Vikings' - Or meet halfway? The new Viking display at the National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen", Antiquity 93:367, 256-259, DOI: doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2019.1.

Sindbæk, S.M. (2019). "Von Händlern und Räubern", Archäologie in Deutschland 2019:2, 40-43.

Stott, D., Kristiansen, S. M. & Sindbæk, S. M. (2019). "Searching for Viking Age fortresses with automatic landscape classification and feature detection", Remote Sensing 16:11, DOI: doi.org/10.3390/rs11161881.

Sulas, F., Kristiansen, S. M. & Wynne-Jones, S. (2019). "Soil geochemistry, phytoliths and artefacts from an early Swahili daub house, Unguja Ukuu, Zanzibar", Journal of Archaeological Science 103, 32-45, DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2019.01.010.

Sulas, F. (2019). "Review of: E. Guttmann-Bond, Reinventing sustainability: How archaeology can save the planet (Oxford & Philadelphia, Oxbow 2019)", European Journal of Archaeology 22:4, 588-591, DOI: 10.1017/eaa.2019.51.

Thomsen, K. (2019). Urban life in Jerash, Jordan: The technological and stylistic development of mortar, plaster and wall paintings from Roman times to the Middle Islamic Period from an archaeological and geoarchaeological perspective, unpublished PhD thesis, Aarhus University.

Ting, C., Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (2019). "The technology and production of glazed ceramics from Middle Islamic Jerash, Jordan", Archaeometry 61:6, 1296-1312, DOI: doi.org/10.1111/arcm.12489

Uscatescu, A. (2019). “Revisiting Jerash Late Antique fine wares: A material and visual cultural approach”, in: Lichtenberger A. & Raja, R. (eds.) Byzantine and Umayyad Jerash Reconsidered: Transitions, Transformations, Continuities, Jerash Papers 4, Turnhout, 7-114.

Wouters, B., Devos, Y., Vrydaghs, L., Ball, T., De Winter, N. & Reygel, P. (2019). "An integrated micromorphological and phytolith study of urban soils and sediments from the Gallo-Roman town of Atuatuca Tungrorum, Belgium", Geoarchaeology 2019, 1-19. 

Wynne-Jones, S. (2019). "On Inclusions and Exclusion", Cambridge Archaeological Journal 29:4, 714-716, DOI: doi.org/10.1017/S095977431900043X.