ASLU (Archaeological Studies Leiden University) is a book series produced by the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University. The aim of the series is to publish PhD theses and other research carried out by the Faculty. The first volume of ASLU appeared in 1998. Since 2007 the series has been published in Open Access and as a print on demand service by Leiden University Press (LUP).
ASLU 26 - Min-Chin Chiang (2012)
Hidden Complexities of the Frankish Castle: Social Aspects of Space in the Configurational Architecture of Frankish Castles in the Holy Land, 1099-1291
ASLU 25: Eva Mol (2012).
ASLU 24 - Hanna Stöger
ASLU 23 - Vangelis Tourloukis (2010)
ASLU 22 - A.K. Vionis
ASLU 21 - Noriyki Shirai (2010)
ASLU 20 - Bart Vanmontfort, Leendert Louwe Kooijmans, Luc Amkreutz, Leo Verhart (2010)
A timeless vale. Archaeological and related essays on the Jordan Valley in honour of Gerrit van der Kooij on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday.
ASLU 19 - Eva Kaptijn and Lucas Petit (2009)
Sowing the seed ? : human impact and plant subsistence in Dutch wetlands during the Late Mesolithic and Early and Middle Neolithic (5500-3400 cal BC)
ASLU 18 - Welmoed Out (2009)
ASLU 17 - Hans Kamermans, Martijn van Leusen and Philip Verhagen (2009)
ASLU 16 - Marina Gkiasta (2008)
Tracing Traces from Present to Past. A Functional Analysis of Pre-Columbian Shell and Stone Artefacts from Anse à la Gourde and Morel, Guadeloupe, FWI
ASLU 15 - Y. Lammers-Keijsers (2007)
ASLU 14 - P. Verhagen (2007)
ASLU 13 - S. Knippenberg (2007)
These volumes are not available as a printing on demand service at Leiden University Press. All of them are available in the repository of Leiden University (Open Access) except ASLU 11.