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Prehistoric innovations: wheels and wheeled vehicles2018 Acta archaeologica (Budapest) 69 (2): 271-98
  • Mária Bondár
H6/KE [ACTA-]0001-5210
El concepto de la rueda en Mesoamerica2017 Arqueología mexicana 25 (147): 74-8
  • Javier Urcid
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218
The wheel diagram in the Malay divinatory technique of the Faal Qur'an2017 Indonesia and the Malay world 45 (132): 200-25
  • Farouk Yahya
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1363-9811in thematic section on paratexts in 19th-century Malay manuscripts
Optically stimulated luminescnce (OSL) dating and spatial analysis of geometric lines in the northern Arabian Desert2015 Journal of archaeological science 64: 1-11
  • A. Kadereit
  • C.D. Athanassas
  • D. Kennedy
  • G.O. Rollefson
  • K. Theodorakopoulou
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
'Crosses' and 'wheels' in the petroglyphs of Fennoscandia2014 Arkheologicheskie vesti 20: 96-104
  • E.M. Kolpakov
H6/KVY [ARKHEOLOGICHESKIE-]1817-6976English summary
Catacomb culture wagons of the Eurasian steppes2014 Antiquity 88 (340): 378-94
  • D.S. Kovalev
  • E.R. Ibragimova
  • N.I. Shishlina
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Metal wheel tyres from the ancient Near East and Central Asia2012 Iraq 74: 89-95
  • J.H. Crouwel
H6/KE [IRAQ-]0021-0889
The southern migration of the Sayan archaeological complex2012 Journal of Indo-European studies 40 (3/4): 434-56
  • Lyudmila A. Sokolova
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
A new early bronze age wagon model from the Carpathian Basin2011 World archaeology 43 (4): 538-53
  • György V. Székely
  • Mária Bondár
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243
Routes and wheeled transport in late 4th-early 3rd millennium funerary customs of the Jutland peninsula: regional evidence and European context2010 Praehistorische Zeitschrift 85 (1): 15-58
  • Niels Johannsen
  • Steffen Laursen
H6/KE [PRAEHISTORISCHE-]0079-4848German and French summaries
The secondary products revolution: the past, the present and the future2010 World archaeology 42 (1): 29-54
  • Haskel J. Greenfield
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'Agricultural innovation'
The solid wheel and its derivatives2010 Techniques et culture 2 (54-55): 471-81
  • Jean Spruytte
*H6 [TECHNIQUES-]0248-6016in thematic issue 'Cultures matérielles: une anthologie en forme de manuel'; English summary
Wurde das Rad zweimal erfunden? Zu den frühen Wagen in der eurasischen Steppe2010 Praehistorische Zeitschrift 85 (2): 137-58
  • Elke Kaiser
H6/KE [PRAEHISTORISCHE-]0079-4848English and French summaries
Perils of carts before horses: linguistic models and the udnerdetermined archaeological record2009 American anthropologist 111 (1): 109-11
  • Philip L. Kohl
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294review article on The horse, the wheel, and language: how bronze age riders from the Eurasian steppes shaped the modern world byD Anthony (Princeton: Princeton Univ Pr, 2007)
Pottery production at Tell es-Safi/Gath: a longue durée perspective2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (10): 2258-73
  • Aren M. Maeir
  • David Ben-Shlomo
  • Joe Uziel
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Revisiting the history of the potter's wheel in the southern levant2009 Levant 41 (2): 155-73
  • Pierre de Miroschedji
  • Valentine Roux
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
Leleche, the wheel tracks of Daur history2009 China's ethnic groups (1): 54-61
  • Weiwei Su
H6/KWS [CHINA'S-]1672-3341
Pottery, cultures, people? The European Baden material re-examined2008 Antiquity 82 (317): 617-28
  • Martin Furholt
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The cart ruts of Malta: an applied geomorphology approach2008 Antiquity 82 (318): 1065-79
  • Alastair Pearson
  • Derek Mottershead
  • Martin Schaefer
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The late introduction of truck and wheelbarrow in the Middle East. An issue for the anthropology of diffusions2007 Techniques et culture (48-49): 255-67, 329
  • Didier Gazagnadou
*H6 [TECHNIQUES-]0248-6016in thematic issue 'Temps, corps, techniques et esthétique'; English summary
The transfer of innovations 5000 years ago. Crossroads in land and maritime routes between the Near East and Europe2007 Eurasia antiqua: Zeitschrift für Archäologie Eurasiens 13: 1-19
  • Margarita Primas
H6/KE [EURASIA-]0949-0434English and Russian summaries
Traces of Benedictine order activities in Old Trakai during the Christianization of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the 15th-early 16th century: an attribute of the cult of Saint Catherine of Alexandria - brooches containing the symbol of the wheel2007 Lituanistica 53 (3): 13-28
  • Eugenijus Svetikas
H6/KVT [LITUANISTICA]0235-716XEnglish summary
Meaning in the making: the potter's wheel at Phylakopi, Melos (Greece)2007 Journal of anthropological archaeology 26 (2): 234-52
  • Ina Berg
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Duel in the form of a wheel or flame in legends of belief and tales2003 Acta ethnographica Hungarica 48 (3/4): 353-65
  • Istvan Pal Demény
H6/KVN [ACTA-]1216-9803in thematic issue 'Studies on folk beliefs, rituals and shamanism in commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the birth of Vilmos Diószegi'
Notes from an interview: an innovative use of a bored stone as a sledge wheel2003 Digging stick 20 (1): 8
  • Shaw Badenhorst
1013-7521
The remains of the eneolithic cart from the Ljubljana marshes2002 Arheološki vestnik 53: 51-7
  • Anton Velušček
0570-8966English summary
The early development of the lapidary engraving wheel in Mesopotamia2000 Iraq 62: 157-76
  • Dominique Collon
  • Margaret Sax
  • Nigel D. Meeks
0021-0889
Symbolics of the wheel. The two examples1999 Liaudies kultūra 3: 42-8
  • Dainius Razauskas
0236-0551English summary
The earliest evidence of wheeled vehicles in Europe and the Near East1999 Antiquity 73 (282): 778-90
  • Jan Albert Bakker
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
From finishing-up on a wheel to [the] true throwing of a pot: motor and conceptual1997 Techniques et cultures 30: 1-23, 185, 187
  • Agnes Gelbert
*H6 [TECHNIQUES-]0248-6016English and Spanish summaries
Chronology of the earliest local use of the potter's wheel in the central Balkans1994 Balcanica 25 (1): 39-52
  • Biljana Djordjević-Bogdanović
H6/KVO [BALCANICA-]0350-7635Serbo-Croat summary