Archaeological Monograph Series

The BIPS Archaeological Monographs Series was established in 2009 as a joint publishing venture between the British Institute of Persian Studies and Oxbow Books to create a venue for the publication of archaeological research that has been supported by the Institute.

We have published volumes ranging from archaeological research monographs to conference proceedings. The chronological span of these volumes considers the full range of Iranian history, and at present spans from the earliest Neolithic in the Central Western Zagros through to the Sasanian and Islamic periods.

SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL FOR CONSIDERATION

Authors and editors interested in having a volume considered for the BIPS Archaeological Monographs Series should contact the Series Editor, Dr Cameron Petrie [cap59@cam.ac.uk].

TITLES IN THE BIPS ARCHAEOLOGICAL MONOGRAPH SERIES

  1. Siraf: History, topography & environment, David Whitehouse
  2. Persia’s Imperial Power in Late Antiquity: The great wall of Gorgan and Sasanian Iran, Eberhard W. Sauer, Hamid Omani Rekavandi, Tony J. Wilkinson and Jebrael Nokandeh.
  3. Ancient Iran & Its Neighbours: Local developments and long-range interactions in the fourth century BC, edited by Cameron A. Petrie.
  4. The Earliest Neolithic of Iran: 2008 Excavations at Sheikh-e Abad and Jani. Central Zagros Archaeological Project Volume 1, edited by Roger Matthews, Wendy Matthews and Yaghoub Mohammadifar.
  5. The Art & Archaeology of Ancient Persia: New light on the Parthian and Sasanian empires, edited by Vesta Sarkhosh Curtis, Robert Hillenbrand and J. M. Rogers.