Our peer-reviewed monograph series, established in 2002, aims to present the reader with clear and comprehensive accounts of some of our larger, more important excavations. Occasional Papers detail the results of smaller excavations or draw together sites with common thematic or regional connections, while our fully-illustrated booklets present the results of large excavations in an easily accessible format.
We also offer external clients assistance in bringing the results of their research to publication, with professional assistance with editing, graphics work, layout and distribution.
Our most recent monographs are available to purchase directly from us by clicking the links below; prices include p&p. Older and out-of-print titles are available as free downloads.