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Publications

2021

Bobou, O., Jensen, J. V., Kristensen, N. B., Raja, R., & Thomsen, R. R. (eds.) (2021). Studies on Palmyrene Sculpture: A Translation of Harald Ingholt’s Studier over Palmyrensk Skulptur, Edited and with Commentary, Studies in Palmyrene Archaeology and History 1, Turnhout.

Heyn, M. K. & Raja, R. (eds.) (2021). Individualizing the Dead: Attributes in Palmyrene Funerary Sculpture, Studies in Palmyrene Archaeology and History 3, Turnhout.

Heyn, M. K. & Raja, R. (2021). "Attributes in Palmyrene Funerary Sculpture: Functions and Meanings", in: Heyn, M. K. & Raja, R. (eds.), Individualizing the Dead: Attributes in Palmyrene Funerary Sculpture, Studies in Palmyrene Archaeology and History 3, Turnhout, 1-11.

Raja R. (2021). "Adornment and Jewellery as a Status Symbol in Priestly Representations in Roman Palmyra: The Palmyrene Priests and their Brooches",  in: Heyn, M. K. & Raja, R. (eds.), Individualizing the Dead: Attributes in Palmyrene Funerary Sculpture, Studies in Palmyrene Archaeology and History 3, Turnhout, 75-117.  

Raja, R. (2021). "Managing the Middle Ground: Priests in Palmyra and their iconographies", in: Hoffmann-Salz, J. (ed.), The Middle East as Middle Ground? Cultural Interaction in the ancient Middle East revisited, Vienna, 129-146.

2020

Bobou, O., Kristensen, N.B., McAvoy, S. & Raja, R. (2020). "Archive Archaeology in Palmyra, Syria: A new 3D reconstruction of the Tomb of Ḥairan". Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage 19, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.daach.2020.e00164.

Gasparini, V., Patzelt, M., Raja, R., Rieger, A.-K., Rüpke, J. & Urciuoli, E. (2020). Lived Religion in the Ancient Mediterranean World: Approaching Religious Transformations from Archaeology, History and Classics, Berlin & Boston.

Gasparini, V., Patzelt, M., Raja, R., Rieger, A.-K., Rüpke, J. & Urciuoli, E. (2020).”Pursuing lived ancient religion” in: Gasparini, V., Patzelt, M., Raja, R., Rieger, A.-K., Rüpke, J. & Urciuoli, E. (eds), Lived Religion in the Ancient Mediterranean World: Approaching Religious Transformations from Archaeology, History and Classics, Berlin & Boston, 1-10.

Raja, R. (2020). “Come and dine with us: invitations to ritual dining as part of social strategies in sacred spaces in Palmyra”, in: Gasparini, V., Patzelt, M., Raja, R., Rieger, A.-K., Rüpke, J. & Urciuoli, E. (eds), Lived Religion in the Ancient Mediterranean World: Approaching Religious Transformations from Archaeology, History and Classics, Berlin & Boston, 385-404.

Raja, R. (2020). "Men of the desert or men of the world? Revisiting the iconography of Palmyrene men and their camels”, in: I. B. Mæhle, P. B. Ravnå & E. H. Seland (eds.), Methods and Models in Ancient History made in honor of Jørgen Christian Meyer, Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens 9, Athens, 129-150.

Raja, R. (2020). "Palmyrenske gravportrætter mellem korpus, konflikt og kunstmarked", Carlsbergfondets Årsskrift 2020, 38-41.

Steding, J. (2020). Carvers & Customers – The Production Economy of Limestone Loculus Reliefs in Roman Palmyra, 1st to 3rd Century AD, unpublished PhD thesis, Aarhus University.

2019

Albertson, F., Lapatin, K. & Raja, R. (2019). "Rejoining a Palmyrene funerary relief: postscriptum", Zeitschrift für Orientarchäologie 12, 168-183.

Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.) (2019). Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout.

Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (2019). “Funerary portraits in Roman Greater Syria — Time for a reappreciation”, in: Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.), Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout, 1-4.

Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (2019). “Shifting the paradigms: Towards a new agenda in the study of the funerary portraiture of Greater Roman Syria”, in: Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.), Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout, 5-26.

Fuchs, M., Murphy, A., Quero-Sánchez, A. & Raja, R. (2019). “Afterword: The social lives of religious individualisation”, in: Fuchs, M., Linkenbach, A., Mulsow, M., Otto, B.-C., Parson, R. B. & Rüpke, J. (eds.), Religious Individualisation: Historical Dimensions and Comparative Perspectives 1, Berlin & Boston, 315–319.

Heyn, M. & Raja, R. (2019) "Male dress habits in Roman period Palmyra", in: Cifarelli, M. (ed.), Fashioned Selves: Dress and Identity in Antiquity, Oxford & Philadelphia, 41-53.    

Intagliata, E. E. (2019). "The city that would not fall. Palmyra in late antique and early Islamic times", in: Nielsen, A. M. and Raja R. (eds.), The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen, 255-268.

Kaizer, T. & Raja, R. (2019). "Divine symbolism on the tesserae from Palmyra: Considerations about the so-called 'Symbol of Bel' or 'Signe de la Pluie'", Syria 95, 297-315.  

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (2019). "Families in Palmyra - The evidence from the first three centuries CE", in: Krag, S. & Raja, R. (eds.), Women, children and the family in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 3, Copenhagen, 7-18.

Krag, S. (2019). "Palmyrene funerary buildings and family burial patterns", in: Krag, S. & Raja, R. (eds.), Women, children and the family in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 3, Copenhagen, 38-66.   

Krag, S. (2019). “Palmyrene funerary female portraits: Portrait tradition and change”, in: Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.), Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout, 111-132.

Krag, S. (2019). "The Production of portraits in Roman period Palmyra", in: Boschung, D. & Queyrel, F. (eds.), Porträt als Massenphänomen - Le portrait comme phénomène de masse, Leiden, 459-502.

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (2019). "Unveiling female hairstyles: Markers of age, social roles, and status in funerary sculpture from Palmyra", Zeitschrift für Orient-Archäologie 11, 243-277.  

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (eds.) (2019). Women, children and the family in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 3, Copenhagen.  

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (2019). "Introduction", in: Krag, S. & Raja, R. (eds.), Women, children and the family in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 3, Copenhagen, 7-18.

Krag, S., Raja, R. & Yon, J.-B. (2019). The Collection of Palmyrene Funerary Portraits in the Musei Vaticani: Notes and Observations, Bollettino dei Monumenti Musei e Gallerie Pontificie Supplemento 4, the Vatican State.

Mortensen, E. & Raja, R. (2019). “Introduktion – om store danske arkæologer, fortidens byer og tilblivelsen af en humanistisk disciplin”, in: Mortensen, E. and Raja, R. (eds.), Store danske arkæologer. På jagt efter fortidens byer, Aarhus, 9–39. 

Mortensen, E. & Raja, R. (eds.) 2019. Store danske arkæologer. På jagt efter fortidens byer, Aarhus.

Nielsen, A. M. and Raja, R. (2019). The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen.

Nielsen, A. M. and R. Raja. (2019). “The Road to Palmyra”, in: Nielsen, A. M. and Raja, R. (eds.), The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen, 9–22.

Raja, R. (2019). “Dining with the gods and the others: The banqueting tickets from Palmyra as expressions of religious individualisation”, in: Fuchs, M., Linkenbach, A., Mulsow, M., Otto, B.-C., Parson, R. B. & Rüpke, J. (eds.), Religious Individualisation: Historical Dimensions and Comparative Perspectives 1, Berlin & Boston, 243–255.

Raja, R. (2019). “Harald Ingholt and Palmyra”, in: Nielsen, A. M. and Raja, R. (eds.), The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen, 41–64.

Raja, R. (2019). “Harald Ingholt – og Palmyra, oasen i den syriske ørken”, in: Mortensen, E. & Raja, R. (eds.), Store danske arkæologer. På jagt efter fortidens byer, Aarhus, 105–131.  

Raja, R. (2019). "Family matters: Family constellations in Palmyrene funerary sculpture", in: Johannsen, K. B. & Petersen, J. H. (eds.), Family lives: Aspects of life and death in ancient families, Acta Hyperborea 15, Copenhagen, 245-270.

Raja, R. (2019). “Funerary portraiture in Palmyra: Portrait habit at a cross-road or a signifier of local identity?”, in: Blömer, M. & Raja, R. (eds.), Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria, Studies in Classical Archaeology 6, Turnhout, 95-110.

Raja, R (2019). "It stays in the family: Palmyrene priestly representations and their constellations", in: Krag, S. & Raja, R. (eds.), Women, children and the family in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 3, Copenhagen, 95-156.  

Raja, R. (2019). "Reconsidering the dorsalium or 'Curtain of Death' in Palmyrene funerary sculpture: Significance and interpretations in light of the Palmyra Portrait Project corpus", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Revisiting the Religious Life of Palmyra, Contextualising the Sacred 9, Turnhout, 67-151.

Raja, R. (ed.) (2019). Revisiting the Religious Life of Palmyra, Contextualising the Sacred 9, Turnhout.

Raja, R. (2019). "Revisiting the religious life of Palmyra: Or why it still matters to focus on ancient religious life within the context of a single site", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Revisiting the Religious Life of Palmyra, Contextualising the Sacred 9, Turnhout, 1-6.

Raja, R. & Sørensen, A. H. (2019). "Historiography: Danish Research from Johannes Østrup to the Palmyra Portrait Project", in: Eristov, H., Vibert-Guigue, al-As'ad, W. & Sarkis, N. (eds.), Les Tombeau des trois frères à Palmyre. Mission archéologique franco-syrienne 2004-2009, Beirut, 59-64.  

Raja, R. (2019). “Portrait habit in Palmyra”, in: Nielsen, A. M. and Raja, R. (eds.), The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen, 137–154.

Raja, R. (2019). The Palmyra Collection: Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen. 

Raja, R. (2019). “Religious banquets in Palmyra and the Palmyrene banqueting tesserae”, in: Nielsen, A. M. and Raja, R. (eds.), The Road to Palmyra, Copenhagen, 221–234.

2018

Bobou, O. (2018). "Apollo's Children: Five Statues from Delphi", in: Draycott, C. M., Raja, R., Welch, K. & Wootton, W. T. (eds.), Visual Histories of the Classical World - Essays in Honour of R. R. R. Smith, Turnhout, 139-148.  

Bobou, O. & Thomsen, R. R. (2018). "Behind the scenes: Cataloguing as a tool for exploring urban networks", in: Raja, R. & Sindbæk, S. M. (eds.), Urban network evolutions: Towards a high-definition archaeology, Aarhus, 81-86.  

Draycott, C. M., Raja, R. & Wootton, W. (2018). "Visual histories: Visual Remains and histories of the classical world, Papers in honour of R. R. R. Smith", in: Draycott, C. M., Raja, R., Welch, K. & Wootton, W. T. (eds.) (2018), Visual Histories of the Classical World - Essays in Honour of R. R. R. Smith, Turnhout, xxxiii-xxxiv.

Draycott, C. M., Raja, R., Welch, K. & Wootton, W. T. (eds.) (2018). Visual Histories of the Classical World - Essays in Honour of R. R. R. Smith, Turnhout.

Intagliate, E. E. (2018). "The unpublished archival material from the Fonds d'Archives Paul Collart University of Lausanne: Remarks on the numismatic record of the Sanctuary of Baalshamin", Revisita Italiana di Numismatica e Scienze Affini 119, 15-30.

Intagliatea, E. E. (2018). Palmyra after Zenobia AD 273-750 - An archaeological and historical reappraisal, Oxford & Philadelphia.

Krag, S. (ed.) (2018). Funerary representations of Palmyrene women. From the first century BC to the third century AD, Studies in Classical Archaeology 3, Turnhout.

Krag, S. (2018). "The urbanization of Palmyra: The dynamics of the family cemeteries", in: Raja, R. & Sindbæk, S. M. (eds.), Urban network evolutions: Towards a high-definition archaeology, Aarhus, 93-98.

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (2018). "Representations of women and children in Palmyrene banqueting reliefs and sarcophagus scenes", Zeitschrift für Orientarchäologie 10, 196-227. 

Raja, R. (2018). "Urbanizing the desert: Investigating the diversity of urban networks through the images of deceased Palmyrenes", in: Raja, R. & Sindbæk, S. M. (eds.), Urban network evolutions: Towards a high-definition archaeology, Aarhus, 75-80.

Raja, R. (2018). "Compilation and digitisation of the Palmyrene corpus of funerary portraits", Antiquity 92:365, 1-7.

Raja, R. (2018). "Palmyrene funerary portraits: Collection histories and current research", in: Joan Aruz (ed.), Palmyra: Mirage in the Desert, The Metropolitan Museum of Art Symposia, London & New Haven, 100-109.

Raja, R. (2018). "Palmyrene funerary portraits: Collection histories and current research", in: Joan Aruz (ed.), Palmyra: Mirage in the Desert (in Arabic), The Metropolitan Museum of Art Symposia, Cairo, 100-109.

Raja, R. (2018). "The Matter of the Palmyrene 'modius'. Remarks on the history of research into the terminology of the Palmyrene priestly hat", Religion in the Roman Empire 2:4, 237-259.

Raja, R. (2018). "Stacking aesthetics in the Syrian Desert: Displaying Palmyrene sculpture in the public and funerary sphere", in: Draycott, C. M., Raja, R., Welch, K. & Wootton, W. T. (eds.), Visual Histories of the Classical World - Essays in Honour of R. R. R. Smith, Turnhout, 281-295.

Steding, J. (2018). "Producing funerary portraits: An urban tradition in the Syrian Desert", in: Raja, R. & Sindbæk, S. M. (eds.), Urban network evolutions: Towards a high-definition archaeology, Aarhus, 87-92.

Steding, J. (2018). "Producing Palmyrene funerary portraits", Tijdschrift voor Mediterrane Archeologie 59, 57. 

2017

Krag, S. (2017). "Women in Palmyra", in: R. Raja (ed.), Palmyra: Pearl of the Desert, Aarhus, 57-66.

Krag, S. (2017). "Kvinder i Palmyra", in: R. Raja (ed.), Palmyra: Ørkenens Perle, Aarhus, 57-66.

Krag, S. (2017). "Changing identities, changing positions: Jewellery in Palmyrene female portraits", in: Long, T. & Sørensen, A. H. (eds.), Positions and Professions in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 2, Copenhagen, 36-51.

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (2017). "Representations of women and children in Palmyrene funerary loculus reliefs, loculus stelae and wall paintings", Zeitschrift für Orient-Archäologie 9, 134–178.

Raja, R. (2017). "Representations of the so-called 'former priests' in Palmyrene funerary art. A methodological contribution and commentary", Topoi 21, 51-81.

Raja, R. (ed.) (2017). Palmyra: Pearl of the Desert, Aarhus.

Raja, R. (ed.) (2017). Palmyra: Ørkenens Perle, Aarhus.

Raja, R. (2017). "Nordic research on Palmyra: From the editor", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Pearl of the Desert, Aarhus, 7-10.

Raja, R. (2017). "Palmyra-forskningen i Norden: Redaktørens indledning", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Ørkenens Perle, Aarhus, 7-10.

Raja, R. (2017). "Palmyra: Pearl of the Desert", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Pearl of the Desert, Aarhus, 11-20.

Raja, R. (2017). "Palmyra: Ørkenenes Perle", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Ørkenens Perle, Aarhus, 11-20.

Raja, R. (2017). "Danish pioneers at Palmyra: Historiographic aspects of Danish scholarship on Palmyra", in: Raja, R (ed.), Palmyra: Pearl of the Desert, Aarhus, 21-30.

Raja, R. (2017). "Danske pionerer i Palmyra: Den danske Palmyra-forskning i et historiografisk perspektiv", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Ørkenens Perle, Aarhus, 21-30.

Raja, R. (2017). "Priesthood in Palmyra: Public office or social status?", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Pearl of the Desert, Aarhus, 77-86. 

Raja, R. (2017). "Præster i Palmyra: Et embede eller en social status?", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Ørkenens Perle, Aarhus, 77-86.

Raja, R. (2017). "Powerful images of the deceased: Palmyrene funerary portrait culture between local, Greek and Roman representations", in: Boschung, D. & Queyrel, F. (eds.), Bilder der Macht: Das griechische Porträt und seine Verwendung in der antiken Welt, Morphomata 34, Paderborn, 319–348.

Raja, R. (2017). "Networking beyond death: Priests and their family networks in Palmyra explored through the funerary sculpture", in: Teigen, H. F. & Seland, E. H. (eds.), Sinews of Empire: Networks in the Roman Near East and Beyond, Oxford, 121-136.

Raja, R. (2017). "To be or not to be depicted as a priest in Palmyra: A matter of representational spheres and societal values", in: Long, T. & Sørensen, A. H. (eds.), Positions and Professions in Palmyra, Palmyrenske Studier 2, Copenhagen, 115-130.

Raja, R. (2017). "A virtual market for illegal trade in cultural goods: Palmyra in Syria as an example", in: Nordic Council of Ministers, Illicit trade in cultural artefacts, Copenhagen, 31-33.  

Raja, R. (2017). "‘You can leave your hat on. Priestly representations from Palmyra: Between visual genre, religious importance and social status", in: Gordon, R., Petridou, G. & Rüpke, J. (eds.), Beyond Priesthood. Religious entrepreneurs and innovators in the Roman Empire, Berlin, 417-442.  

Raja, R. (2017). "Between fashion phenomena and status symbols: Contextualising the wardrobe of the so-called 'former priests' of Palmyra", in: Brøns, C. & Nosch, M. (eds.), Textiles and Cult in the Ancient Mediterranean, Ancient Textiles Series 31, Oxford, 209-229.

Raja, R. (2017). "Going individual: Roman-Period portraiture in classical archaeology", in: Lichtenberger, A. & Raja, R. (eds.), The Diversity of Classical Archaeology, Studies in Classical Archaeology 1, Turnhout, 271-286. 

Ringsborg, S. (2017). "Children's portraits from Palmyra", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Pearl of the Desert, Aarhus, 67-76.

Ringsborg, S. (2017). "Børneportrætter fra Palmyra", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Ørkenenes Perle, Aarhus, 67-76.

Sørensen, A. H. (2017). "Palmyra's colourful past: Murals for the dead", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Pearl of the Desert, Aarhus, 87-93.

Sørensen, A. H. (2017). "Palmyras farverige fortid: Vægmalerier til de døde", in: Raja, R. (ed.), Palmyra: Ørkenens Perle, Aarhus, 87-93.

2016

Krag, S. (2016). "Females in group portraits in Palmyra", in: Kropp, A. & Raja, R. (eds.),  The World of Palmyra, Palmyrene Studies 1, Copenhagen, 180-193.

Krag, S. & Raja, R. (2016). "Representations of women and children in Palmyrene funerary loculus reliefs, loculus stelae and wall paintings", Zeitschrift für Orient-Archäologie 9, 134-178. 

Kropp, A. & Raja, R. (eds.) (2016). The World of Palmyra, Palmyrene Studies 1, Copenhagen.

Kropp, A. & Raja, R. (2016). "The World of Palmyra in Copenhagen", in: Kropp, A. & Raja, R. (eds.),  The World of Palmyra, Palmyrene Studies 1, Copenhagen., 7-16.

Long, T. (2016). "Facing the evidence: How to approach the portraits", in: Kropp, A. & Raja, R. (eds.), The World of Palmyra, Palmyrene Studies 1, Copenhagen, 135-149.

Raja, R. (2016). "Illegal trade and export of cultural goods: The case of the Palmyrene funerary portraiture", in: Chahin, D. & Lindblom, I. (eds.), Fighting the Illegal Looting of Syria's Cultural Heritage, Sofia, 11-12.

Raja, R. (2016). "Representations of priests in Palmyra: Methodological considerations on the meaning of representation of priesthood in the funerary sculpture from Roman Period Palmyra", Religion in the Roman Empire 2:1, 125-146.

Raja, R. (2016). "Editor's abstract", in: Raja, R. & Kropp, A. (eds.), The World of Palmyra, Palmyrene Studies 1, Copenhagen, 2.

Raja, R. (2016). "Danske Pionerer i Palmyra: Den Danske Palmyra-forskning i et historiografisk perspektiv", Carlsbergfondets Årsskrift 2016: 140 års jubilæums årsskrift, 56-63.

Raja, R. (2016). "The history and current situation of World Heritage sites in Syria: The case of Palmyra", in: Almqvist, K. & Belfrage, L. (eds.), Cultural Heritage at Risk, Stockholm, 27-47.

Raja, R. (2016). "In and out of contexts: Explaining religious complexity through the banqueting tesserae from Palmyra", Religion in the Roman Empire 2:3, 340-371.

Sørensen, A. H. (2016). "Palmyrene tomb paintings in context", in: Raja, R. & Kropp, A. (eds.), The World of Palmyra, Palmyrene Studies 1, Copenhagen, 103-117.

2015

Krag, S. (2015). "The secrets of the funerary buildings in Palmyra during the Roman period", in: Mortensen, E. & Saxkjær, S. G. (eds.), Revealing and Concealing in Antiquity: Textual and Archaeological Approaches to Secrecy, Aarhus, 105-118.

Kropp, A. & Raja, R. (2015). "The Palmyra Portrait Project", in: Álvares, J.M., Nogales, T. & Rodà, I. (eds.), CIAC Proceedings of the XVIIIth International Congress of Classical Archaeology vol. II., Mérida, 1223-1226.

Raja, R. (2015). "Cultic dining and religious patterns in Palmyra: The case of the Palmyrene banqueting tesserae", in: Faust, S., Seifert, M. & Ziemer, L. (eds.), Antike. Architektur. Geschichte: Festschrift für Inge Nielsen zum 65. Geburtstag, Hamburg, 181-200.

Raja, R. (2015). "Palmyra Portræt Projektet: Fra kollektivt forskningsprojekt til internationalt knudepunkt", in: Det Unge Akademis Årsskrift 2015, 10-13.

Raja, R. (2015). "Staging 'private' religion in Roman 'public' Palmyra: The role of the religious dining tickets (banqueting tesserae)", in: Ando, C. & Rüpke, J. (eds.), Public and Private in Ancient Mediterranean Law and Religion, Berlin, 165-186.

Raja, R. (2015). "Review of: A. M. Smith, Roman Palmyra: Identity, Community, and State Formation (Oxford 2013)", American Journal of Archaeology 119:3, 2p.

Raja, R. (2015). "Palmyrene funerary portrait in context: Portrait habit between local traditions and imperial trends", in: Fejfer, J., Moltesen, M. & Rathje, A. (eds.), Tradition: Transmission of Culture in the Ancient World, Copenhagen, 329-361.

Raja, R. (2015). "Fra portrætforskning til dokumentation af Syriens kulturarv", in: Raja, R. & Sørensen, A. H. (eds.), Harald Ingholt & Palmyra, Aarhus, 10-13.

Raja, R. (2015). "From studying portraits to documenting Syria's cultural heritage", in: Raja, R. & Sørensen, A. H. (eds.), Harald Ingholt & Palmyra, Aarhus, 10-13.

Raja, R. & Sørensen, A. H. (2015). Harald Ingholt & Palmyra, Aarhus. (Danish)

Raja, R. & Sørensen, A. H. (2015). Harald Ingholt & Palmyra, Aarhus. (English)

Raja, R. & Sørensen, A. H. (2015). "The “Beauty of Palmyra” and Qasr Abjad (Palmyra): New discoveries in the archive of Harald Ingholt", Journal of Roman Archaeology 28:1, 439-450.

2014

Kropp, A. & Raja, R. (2014). "The Palmyra Portrait Project",  Syria 91, 393-405.

Raja, R. & Kropp, A. (2014). "The Palmyra Portrait Project", in: Martinez, J. M. A., Basarrate, T. N. & de Llanza, I. R. (eds), Proceedings of the XVIIIth International Congress of Classical Archaeology 2, Centre and Periphery in the Ancient World, Merida, 1223–1226.

Sørensen, A. H. (2014). "Revisiting a painted tomb in Palmyra", in: Álvarez, J.M., Nogales, T. & de Llanza, I. R. (eds.), Proceedings of the XVIIIth International Congress of Classical Archaeology 2, Centre and Periphery in the Ancient World, Merida, 1227-1230.

2013

Raja, R. (2013). "Gravportrætterne i Palmyra: Mellem krig og kunstmarked", SFINX 36:4, 168-169.