Contributions to Economic Archaeology (Beiträge zur Wirtschaftsarchäologie)

Due to a very positive experience based on the Mercator seminars, emerged the idea of a publication series called “Contributions to Economic Archaeology”, in which the fellows are able to present the current topic of their seminars series in a consolidated way. 


Elio Lo Cascio. Die nur Wirtschaftsgeschichte des Römischen Reiches 
publisher: Martin Bentz, Michael Heinzelmann
2017 Habelt-Verlag, Bonn
ISBN 978-3-7749-4076-5



Timothy Earle. An Essay on Political Economies in Prehistory. 
publisher: Martin Bentz, Michael Heinzelmann
2017 Habelt-Verlag, Bonn
ISBN 978-3-7749-4115-1



Michael E. Smith. The Importance of a Comparative Perspective in the Study of Ancient Economies. 
publisher: Martin Bentz, Michael Heinzelmann
2018 Habelt-Verlag, Bonn
ISBN 978-3-7749-4147-2



Studies on Economic Archeology (Studien zur Wirtschaftsarchäologie)

The large-sized series “Studies on Economic Archeology” serves as publication of the comprehensive conferences which are organized by the Research Training Group. It is also available to the PhD students as a place for publication after the completion of their dissertations.  


Craft production systems in an cross-cultural perspective
publisher: Martin Bentz, Tobias Helms
2018 Habelt-Verlag, Bonn
ISBN 978-3-7749-4124-3



Töpferhandwerk in der Magna Graecia (in press)
publisher: Anne Segbers
2019 Habelt-Verlag, Bonn
ISBN: 978-3-7749-4148-9



Social Network Analysis in Economic Archaeology – Perspectives from the New World (in press)
publisher: Tim Kerig et al.
2019 Habelt-Verlag, Bonn
ISBN: 978-3-7749-4150-2