1. Aremu, D.A. 1999 Preservation of Ampara and Delimiri Iron Working Sites: Towards the Promotion of Nigeria’s Cultural Heritage. African Archaeological Review. 16(4): 199-210
  2. Aremu, D.A. 2002 Preservation of Archaeological resources in Old Oyo National Park: A Means of Promoting Cultural Heriatge and Tourism in the Park. Journal of Humanistic Studies. Vol.10 111-128
  3. Aremu, D.A. 2002 Saving Sungbo’s Eredo: A Challenge to Nigerian Archaeologists.  West African Journal of Archaeology. Vol.32(2): 64-73
  4. Aremu, D.A. 2004 Archaeological and Historical Significance of Koso Wall, in Old Oyo National Park. West African Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 34 (1&2): 21-36
  5. Aremu, D.A. 2005 ‘Changes and Continuity in Metallurgical Traditions: Origins, Technology and Social Implications’. In: Precolonial Nigeria, Ed. Ogundiran, A. African World Press, (USA): 133-155.
  6. Aremu, D.A. 2006 The Archaeology of Esie: From an Industrial Archaeological Development Perspective. Nyama Akuma No.66:55-63
  7. Aremu, D.A. 2007 Principles and Methods in Archaeology: Treatment and Analysis of Bones in the field and the Laboratory by Archaeologist. Journal of Science Research. Vol. 7(1): 36-41
  1. Aremu, D.A. 2009 Archaeology of the Slave Trade Period in Africa as Evident on mountain-top Settlements and Defense Walls in Nigeria. Journal of the Black and African Arts and Civilization. Vol.3: 71-88
  2. Aremu, D.A. 2010 ‘Social Change and the Role of the Community in Developing Esie as a Tourist Centre’ In Art, Heritage and Humanity as Bases for Vibrant Socio-Economic Future: The Esie National Museum Ed. Demola Jo layemi. Haytee Press and Publishing Company Nig. Ltd, Ilorin. Pp 52-58
  3. Aremu, D.A., Ogiogwa, Joan-Mary, Aleru, J.O., Tubosun, J.B., Ogunfolakan, A., and Oyelaran, P.A. 2013. Sungbo Eredo, Materiality, Ecology and Society Prehistoric Southwestern Nigeria. West African Journal of Archaeology. Vol.43 (2): 1-22