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  1. The Story of Xinjiang Revealed through Old Maps(1759-1912)

    The Story of Xinjiang Revealed through Old Maps(1759-1912) [Paperback]

    Yao Wang (Author); Lewis James Wright (Author)

    £30.00

    ISBN: 9781626430747
    Published by : Bridge 21 Publications
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    Xinjiang, named in 1759 by Emperor Qianlong (乾隆 1711-1799) of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty of China, was ruled by the Qing from the final phase of the Dzungar-Qing Wars when the Dzungar Khanate was conquered, and lasted until the fall of the imperi... .... Learn More
  2. Kushan Mystique

    Kushan Mystique [Hardback]

    David Jongeward (Author); Joe Cribb (Foreword)

    £30.00

    ISBN: 9781912667468
    Published by : Spink Books
    Kushan Mystique is in part a personal narrative, and in part a profile of people and places encountered as a result of David Jongeward’s Kushan research and travels. The story begins in a lakeside cottage in northern California where the author de... .... Learn More
  3. Steppe Dreams

    Steppe Dreams: Time, Mediation, and Postsocialist Celebrations in Kazakhstan [Hardback]

    Margarethe Adams (Author)

    £35.00

    ISBN: 9780822946144
    Published by : University of Pittsburgh Press
    Series: Central Eurasia in Context
    Steppe Dreams concerns the political significance of temporality in Kazakhstan, as manifested in public events and performances, and its reverberating effects in the personal lives of Kazakhstanis. Like many holidays in the post-Soviet sphere, pub... .... Learn More
  4. The Bukharan Crisis

    The Bukharan Crisis: A Connected History of 18th Century Central Asia [Hardback]

    Scott C. Levi (Author)

    £25.00

    ISBN: 9780822945970
    Published by : University of Pittsburgh Press
    Series: Central Eurasia in Context
    In the first half of the eighteenth century, Central Asia’s Bukharan Khanate descended into a crisis from which it would not recover. Bukharans suffered failed harvests and famine, a severe fiscal downturn, invasions from the north and the south, ... .... Learn More
  5. Fitful Histories and Unruly Publics

    Fitful Histories and Unruly Publics: Rethinking Temporality and Community in Eurasian Archaeology [Hardback]

    Kathryn O. Weber (Editor); Emma Hite (Editor); Lori Khatchadourian (Editor); Adam T. Smith (Editor)

    Regular Price: £136.00

    Special Price: £50.00

    ISBN: 9789004324978
    Published by : Brill
    Fitful Histories and Unruly Publics re-examines the relationship between Eurasia’s past and its present by interrogating the social construction of time and the archaeological production of culture. Traditionally, archaeological research in Eurasi... .... Learn More
  6. Heliacal Phenomena

    Heliacal Phenomena [Paperback]

    Salvo De Meis (Editor)

    £20.50

    ISBN: 9788857516349
    Published by : Mimesis International
    Volume: 8
    Heliacal Phenomena is a parallel to the author's Eclipses, being another astronomical introduction for Humanists. The aim is that of providing Humanists with a general overview on the importance of heliacal phenomena from the standpoints of histo... .... Learn More
  7. Tying the Threads of Eurasia

    Tying the Threads of Eurasia [Paperback]

    Toby C. Wilkinson (Author)

    £70.00

    ISBN: 9789088902444
    Published by : Sidestone Press
    The famous ‘Silk Roads’ have long evoked a romantic picture of travel through colourful civilizations that connected the western and eastern poles of Eurasia, facilitating the exchange of exotic luxury goods, peoples, ... .... Learn More
  8. Catalogue of the Collections of Sir Aurel Stein in the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

    Catalogue of the Collections of Sir Aurel Stein in the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences [Hardback]

    John Falconer (Author)

    £20.00

    ISBN: 9780714124216
    Published by : British Museum Press
    Sir Aurel Stein (1862-1943) is renowned for his archaeological expeditions to Central Asia, India, Iran, Iraq and Jordan. The mass of books and correspondence that he collected during his lifetime are distributed among collections in Britain an... .... Learn More
  9. Late prehistoric exploitation of the Eurasian steppe

    Late prehistoric exploitation of the Eurasian steppe [Hardback]

    Marsha Levine (Author); Yuri Rassamakin (Author); Aleksandr Kislenko (Author); Nataliya Tatarintseva (Author)

    Regular Price: £40.00

    Special Price: £14.95

    ISBN: 9781902937038
    Published by : McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
    Series: McDonald Institute Monographs
    The nomadic peoples of the great grasslands of the former USSR have left little in the way of settlement evidence, and archaeologists studying their history have had to rely on environmental remains to reconstruct their pasts. This book contai... .... Learn More
  10. Turkestan Down to the Mongol Invasion

    Turkestan Down to the Mongol Invasion [Paperback]

    W. Barthold (Author)

    £25.00

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    ISBN: 9780906094006
    Published by : Gibb Memorial Trust
    Series: Gibb Memorial Trust Persian Studies
    Academician Barthold's famous work begins in the late 7th century with the Muslim invasions of what became Russian Central Asia and carries the history of the region through the period of Abbasid centralization, that of the rise of local Muslim... .... Learn More

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