The first volumes of the Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology Cologne/Bonn have already been published. Altogether there will be 52 volumes of single panels. At the end of the publication process a bundle version including all panels and posters will be made available. The sequence in which the volumes will be published follows the order of full submission.
You can find the series on the website of “Propylaeum” in Heidelberg: https://books.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/propylaeum/catalog/series/aiac2018.

A complete list of all volumes of the Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology Cologne/Bonn is available.

All volumes are published in digital form as Open Access PDFs, and can be downloaded for free. If you or your library wish to purchase them as a printed book you can order them online on the publisher's homepage or from book retailers. Authors and editors of single volumes receive a 50% reduction for the print version if they order directly from the publisher via the following e-mail address: heiup-orders@ub.uni-heidelberg.de.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have further questions: congress@aiac2018.de.

Published volumes:

Volume 14
Michael Herdick – Angelika Hunold – Holger Schaaff (Eds.),
Pre-modern Industrial Districts
Panel 3.12

Volume 21
Elena H. Sánchez López (Ed.),
The Role of Water in Production Processes in Antiquity
Panel 3.19

Volume 23
Michael Heinzelmann – Cathalin Recko (Eds.), 
Quantifying Ancient Building Economy
Panel 3.24

Volume 30
Verena Gassner (Ed.), 
Regional Exchange of Ceramics – Case Studies and Methodology
Panel 5.7

Volume 33
Elon D. Heymans – Marleen K. Termeer (Eds.),
Politics of Value: New Approaches to Early Money and the State
Panel 5.11

Volume 35
Eugenia Equini Schneider (Ed.), 
Men, Goods and Ideas Travelling over the Sea. Cilicia at the Crossroad of Eastern Mediterranean Trade Network
Panel 5.16

Volume 39
Enrico Giorgi – Giuseppe Lepore – Anna Gamberini (Eds.), 
Boundaries Archaeology: Economy, Sacred Places, Cultural Influences in the Ionian and Adriatic Areas
Panel 7.3

Volume 43
Rinse Willet (Ed.),
The Economics of Urbanism in the Roman East
Panel 8.4

Volume 44
Achim Lichtenberger – Oren Tal – Zeev Weiss (Eds.), 
Judaea/Palaestina and Arabia: Cities and Hinterlands in Roman and Byzantine Times
Panel 8.6

Volume 45
Javier Andreu Pintado (Ed.),
From splendidissima ciuitas to oppidum labens: Financial Problems and Material Ruin in Roman Provincial Cities at the End of the High-Empire. The Hispanic Provinces
Panel 8.7