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Prehistoric innovations: wheels and wheeled vehicles2018 Acta archaeologica (Budapest) 69 (2): 271-98
  • Mária Bondár
H6/KE [ACTA-]0001-5210
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
El concepto de la rueda en Mesoamerica2017 Arqueología mexicana 25 (147): 74-8
  • Javier Urcid
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218
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
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
'Crosses' and 'wheels' in the petroglyphs of Fennoscandia2014 Arkheologicheskie vesti 20: 96-104
  • E.M. Kolpakov
H6/KVY [ARKHEOLOGICHESKIE-]1817-6976English summary
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
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'
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 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
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
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
Notes from an interview: an innovative use of a bored stone as a sledge wheel2003 Digging stick 20 (1): 8
  • Shaw Badenhorst
1013-7521
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'
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
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
Symbolics of the wheel. The two examples1999 Liaudies kultūra 3: 42-8
  • Dainius Razauskas
0236-0551English summary
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