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From tracks to gesture-derived inscription: an Australian genealogy for 'tracks and lines' petroglyphs2017 Rock art research 34 (2): 149-68
  • Patricia Dobrez
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426
Spatial language and culture: cardinal directions in Negev Arabic2016 Anthropological linguistics 58 (2): 171-208
  • Letizia Cerqueglini
Natural colors and philosophical colors - A study on the origin of the cardinal direction-color theory in China2016 Kaogu Xuebao (4): 445-64, plates i-iv
  • Shi Feng
H6/KE [KAOGU XUEBAO-]0453-2902English summary
A new examination of the Fangmatan Wooden Board maps unearthed in Tianshui2016 Kaogu Xuebao (3): 365-84
  • Changgui Yan
H6/KE [KAOGU XUEBAO-]0453-2902English summary
How do you orient yourself in Iiyiyiuyimuwin (Eastern James Bay Cree)?2016 Papers of the Algonquian conference 44: 257-67
  • Mimie Neacappo
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Multiple movements of space and movement on Taumako, a Polynesian island in the southeastern Solomon2014 Ethos 42 (3): 302-31
  • Richard Feinberg
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131in special issue 'Senses of space: multiple models of spatial cognition in Oceania and Indonesia'; French and Spanish summaries
Oriented and disoriented space in the Gambier, French Polynesia2014 Ethos 42 (3): 277-301
  • Alexander Mawyer
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131in special issue 'Senses of space: multiple models of spatial cognition in Oceania and Indonesia'
Space and culture: giving directions in Tonga2014 Ethos 42 (3): 253-76
  • Giovanni Bennardo
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131in special issue 'Senses of space: multiple models of spatial cognition in Oceania and Indonesia'
Homo directus: directionality as a cultural metaphor for Cornishmen2012 Ethnologia europaea 42 (1): 40-53
  • Patrick Laviolette
H6 [ETHNOLOGIA-]0425-4597
Determination of cardinal directions and the orant gesture2012 Studia mythologica slavica 15: 35-58
  • Jiří J. Mareš
H6/KVP [STUDIA-]1408-6271in special section 'Slavic mythology - sources and reconstructions'; Slovenian summary
Where 'out to sea' equals 'towards the fire': the macrocosm-microcosm relationship in languages of the North Pacific Rim2011 Anthropological linguistics 53 (1): 1-14
  • Michael Fortescue
Arrangement of space structure in the burial mounds of East Manych catacomb culture2010 Kratkie soobshcheniia 224: 171-85, 337
  • M.V. Andreeva
H6/KVY [AKADEMYA-]0130-2620English summary
Medicine wheels or "calendar sites": Indian time or the space/time continuum2008 Time and mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture 1 (2): 195-206
  • Herman E. Bender
H6/KH [TIME-]1751-696X
Distanciation and recontextualization of space: finding one's way in a small Western community2007 Journal of American folklore 120 (476): 178-203
  • Lisa Gabbert
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
El sol como fundamento curativo de las terapias mayas yucatecas en el período colonial2006 Estudios de cultura maya 28: 13, 121-39
  • Mónica Chávez Guzmán
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0185-2574English summary
The world axis as an atmospheric phenomenon2005 Cosmos 21 (1): 3-52
  • Marinus Anthony Van der Sluijs
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
Directional preverbs in Ojibwe and the registration of path2005 Papers of the Algonquian conference 36: 371-82
  • Richard A. Rhodes
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Ways of going up and down in Tokelau2004 Rongorongo studies 14 (1): 3-19
  • Robin Hooper
H6/KX 'RONGORONGO-'0938-0795
Éisce, Gáeth ocus Muir: three notes on archaic Celtic cosmology2002 Cosmos 18: 103-19
  • Sharon Paice Macleod
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
Reconstructing movement in prehistory2000 Journal of archaeological method and theory 7 (1): 49-77
  • Angela E Close
The linguistics of inhabiting space: spatial reference in the north-east Ambae language [in issue 'Fieldwork, fieldworkers, developments in Vanuatu research]1999 Oceania 70 (1): 25-42
  • Catriona Hyslop
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
The conceptual content of Tongan directionals: mental representations of space in Tongan1999 Rongorongo studies 9 (2): 39-61
  • Giovanni Bennardo