2018
C. Brøns, S. Hedegaard & M.-L. Sargent (2016) Painted Faces. Investigations of Polychromy of Etruscan Antefixes in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Etruscan Studies vol. 19.1, 2016.

C. Brøns, K. Lund Rasmussen, M. Melchiorre di Crescenzo, R. Stacey, A. Lluveras-Tenorio (2018) Painting the Palace of Apries I: Ancient binding media and coatings of the reliefs from the Palace of Apries, Lower Egypt, Heritage Science 6:6
https://heritagesciencejournal.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40494-018-0170-9

J.S. Østergaard (2018) Polychromy, sculptural, Greek and Roman. In: Oxford Classical Dictionary. Link:

2017
J.S. Østergaard (2017), Farven vender tilbage: Et ’sandere billede’ af antik skulptur, Periskop 18 (forthcoming, September 2017).

J.S. Østergaard (2017), Colour shifts. On methodologies in research on the polychromy of Greek and Roman sculpture, Proceedings of the Danish Institute in Athens 8, 149-176.

C. Brøns & A. Skovmøller (2017) Colour-coding the Roman toga. The materiality of textiles represented in ancient sculpture, Antike Kunst.

J.S. Østergaard (2017) Om form og farve i græsk skulptur. Sfinx 40, pp. 16-23.

J.S. Østergaard (2017) Farven vender tilbage: Et ’sandere billede’ af antik skulptur. Periskop 18, pp. 118-137.

J.S. Østergaard, Kira Kofoed, Kristine Bøggild Johannsen, Mogens Bech (2017) Det usynlige og det synlige. Om at se det umiddelbart usynlige med teknikkens hjælp – og om ikke at se nok, på det, man allerede kan se. Magasin fra Det Kongelige Bibliotek 30, 4, 2017, pp. 3-17.

2016
A. Skovmøller, C. Brøns & M.L. Sargent (2016) Egyptian blue: modern myths, ancient realities, Journal of Roman Archaeology vol. 29, 371-387.

A. Skovmøller & R. H. Therkildsen (2016) The polychromy of Roman polished marble portraits, in P. Pensabene and E. Gasparini (eds.), ASMOSIA X. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference. Interdisciplinary Studies on Stone vol. II. Rome, L’Erma di Bretschneider, 891-900.

2015
J.S. Østergaard (2015), Identical Roman Copies? Diversification through Colour, in: S. Settis (ed.), Serial Classic / Portable Classic (Milano: Fondazione Prada) 113 – 117.

2014
A. Skovmøller (2014) Where Marble Meets Colour: surface texturing of hair, skin and dress on Roman marble portraits as support for painted polychromy, in M. Harlow and M.-L. Nosch (eds.), Interdisciplinary Studies in Textiles and Dress. An Interdisciplinary Anthology. Oxford, Oxbow Books, 279-297.

J.S. Østergaard & M.L. Sargent (2014), The Polychromy of a Female Late 2nd century CE Palmyrene Funerary Portrait, in Álvarez, J. M.; Nogales, T.; Rodà, I. (Eds.), XVIII CIAC: Centro y periferia en el mundo clásico / Centre and periphery in the ancient world (Mérida) 1231-1235.

2013
J.S. Østergaard, (2013), Reflections on the Typology and Context of the Richmond Caligula, in: B. Frischer (ed.), Digital Sculpture project: Caligula (Richmond, Virginia). http://www.digitalsculpture.org/papers/ostergaard/ostergaard_paper.html

2011
J.S. Østergaard, M. L. Sargent & R. H. Therkildsen (2014), The polychromy of Roman ‘ideal’ marble sculpture of the 2nd century CE, in: P. Liverani – U. Santamaria (eds.), Diversamente bianco. La policromia della scultura romana (Roma: Quasar) 51 – 69.

R.H. Therkildsen (2011), The Copenhagen Polychromy Network: introducing the survey protocol in documenting and investigating ancient sculptural polychromy. Medelhavsmuseet. Focus on the Mediterranean 6, 31-40.