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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Early horse bridle with cheekpieces as a marker of social change: an experimental and statistical study2018 Journal of archaeological science 97: 125-36
  • Andreĭ G. Bersenev
  • Andreĭ V. Epimakhov
  • Igor' V. CHehushkov
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The excavation of the tomb M1017 at the Dahekou cemetery of the Western Zhou Dynasty in Yicheng, Shanxi2018 Kaogu Xuebao (1): 89-140, i-xx
  • Joint Archaeological Team of Shanxi Provincial Institute of Archaeology
  • Linfen Municipal Bureau of Cultural Relics
  • Research Center for Northern Chinese Archaeology of Shanxi University
  • Yicheng County Bureau of Cultural Relics and Tourism
H6/KE [KAOGU XUEBAO-]0453-2902English summary
Improvisation as devotion: nāgasvaram music and ritual communication in Hindu temple festival processions2018 Ethnomusicology forum 27 (1): 88-108
  • William Tallotte
H6/KFYV [BRITISH-]1741-1912
China and the steppe: reception and resistance2017 Antiquity 91 (356): 375-88
  • Jessica Rawson
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Bronze Age charioteers of the Eurasian steppe: a part-time occupation for select men?2017 Praehistorische Zeitschrift 92 (1): 40-65
  • Andrey Bersenev
  • Andrey Epimakhov
  • Elena Kupriyanova
  • Natalia Berseneva
H6/KE [PRAEHISTORISCHE-]0079-4848German, French and Russian summaries
The chariots engraving of Timna' (Israel) revisited2016 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (375): 171-84
  • Yuval Yekutieli
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Chariots in Saharan rock art: an aesthetic and cognitive review2016 Journal of social archaeology 16 (3): 286-306
  • Helen Anderson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1469-6053
Quivers of the Urartian Kingdom2016 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 3: 73-83
  • Manuel Castelluccia
  • Roberto Dan
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063English summary
Equine cranial morphology and the identification of riding and chariotry in late Bronze Age Mongolia2015 Antiquity 89 (346): 854-71
  • Jamsranjav Bayarsaikhan
  • Tumurbaatar Tuvshinjargal
  • William Timothy Treal Taylor
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Where have all the young girls gone?2015 Adoranten : 21-8
  • Jeannette Varberg
The figurative communications of the population of Central Asia in the bronze age2015 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 3: 20-36
  • Viktor A. Novozhenov
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063English summary
Sacred imagery and ritual landscape: new discoveries at the Biluut petroglyph complex in the Mongolian Altai2014 Time and mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture 7 (4): 329-84
  • Richard Kortum
H6/KH [TIME-]1751-696X
Deus ex machina: technological experience as a cognitive resource in bronze age conceptualization of astronomical phenomena2014 Journal of cognition and culture 14 (5): 435-48
  • Niels Johannsen
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095in special issue 'Technologies of the mind'
Rock art and metal trade2014 Adoranten : 23-43
  • Claes Uhnér
  • Johan Ling
The tail and the mane of a small horse figurine from Rostovka2014 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 1: 5-13
  • I.V. Kovtun
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063English summary
The chariot from the First Middle Kurgan on the Vajsurin Mound (Taman-Peninsula)2013 Eurasia antiqua: Zeitschrift für Archäologie Eurasiens 19: 89-104
  • Mikhail Treister
H6/KE [EURASIA-]0949-0434English and Russian summaries
On approaches to the study of the militarization of the Sintashta society2013 Kratkie soobshcheniia 231: 36-43
  • N.A. Berseneva
H6/KVY [AKADEMIYA NAUK SSSR. Institut Istorii Material'noy Kultury. Kratkiye Soobs'hcheniya-]0130-2620in special section 'The role of war and warfare in development of early and medieval societies: transactions of the conference (Moscow, 2012, November 21-22)'; English summary
Scientific investigation of the paint and adhesive materials used in the western Han dynasty polychromy terracotta army, Quingzhou, China2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (5): 1628-33
  • Manfred Schreiner
  • Qinglin Ma
  • Shuya Wei
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
It's all fun and games until somebody gets hurt: images of sport in early iron age art of Central Europe2012 World archaeology 44 (2): 189-201
  • Katharina Rebay-Salisbury
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'The archaeology of sport and pastimes'
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
The last journey: an 1872 two-wheeled hearse2011 Ulster folklife 54: 49-54
  • Mark Kennedy
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
In pomp ride forth. Selected themes in the persistence of the wheeled vehicle as high political and ideological symbol in Western Europe2010 Anthropos (St Augustin) 105 (1): 93-119
  • Mary W. Helms
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
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
... nach Jahr und Tag - Bemerkungen über die Trundholm-Scheiben2010 Praehistorische Zeitschrift 85 (2): 207-42
  • Christoph Sommerfeld
H6/KE [PRAEHISTORISCHE-]0079-4848English and French summaries
A 5th century BC Iron Age chariot burial from Newbridge, Edinburgh2010 Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 76: 31-74, 367, 372, 376-7
  • Andrea Smith
  • Fraser Hunter
  • Stephen Carter
H6/KE [PREHISTORIC-]0079-497XFrench, Spanish and German summaries
Reconsidering Goliath: an Iron Age I Philistine chariot warrior2010 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (360): 1-22
  • Jeffrey R. Zorn
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Les chars gravés du Jbel Aoufilal (Taouz, Maroc)2008 Almogaren 39: 7-17
  • Alain Rodrigue
H6/KE [ALMOGAREN-]English and German summaries
Le soleil de justice et l'allégorie du chariot céleste2008 Arheologia Moldovei 31: 43-78
  • Iulian Moga
H6/KE [ARHEOLOGIA-]0066-7358
The king of Egypt upon his chariot, a poem (Ostracon NMS A.1956.319)2008 Cosmos 24: 107-18
  • Bill Manley
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
The legend of the Palóc prince of Göcsej: images of bridled deer and antlered horses2007 Cosmos 23: 169-202
  • Sarolta Tatar
H6/KFO [COSMOS-]0269-8773
A Han chariot from the cemetery of TSaram2007 Arkheologischeskie vesti 14: 130-40
  • L.M. Sakharovskaia
  • S.S. Miniaev
H6/KVY [ARKHEOLOGICHESKIE-]with appendix 'Analysis of examples of a Chinese chariot from burial mound no. 7 in the cemetery of Tsaram' by M Kolosova , 137; English summary
North Caucasian rider on a pair of horses: origins of the iconography and semantics2007 Kratkie soobshcheniia 221: 194-203, 250
  • G.G. Korol'
H6/KVY [AKADEMYA-]0130-2620English summary
A rein ring reflects Sumerian creativity2007 Arts & cultures : 81-93
  • Anne-Joëlle Nardin
*H6/KFY [ARTS-]
A note on bit types at Hasanlu, Iran2006 Iraq 68: 129-38
  • Maude de Schauensee
H6/KE [IRAQ-]0021-0889
The emergence of Bronze age chariots in eastern Europe2006 Antiquity 80 (309): 638-45
  • P. F. Kuznetsov
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Problem of psalia, chariots, and charioteers in the Babynska culture2005 Arkheolohiia 4: 37-52
  • R. O. Lytvynenko
H6/KVY [ARKHEOLOGICHESKIE-]0235-3490English and Russian summaries
Der Wagen im spätkupferzeitlichen Europa2004 Archaeologiai Értesítő 129 (1-2): 5-34
  • Maria Bondár
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGIAI-]0003-8032German summary
L'aiguière en bronze de la tombe à char de Verna (Isère): une composition tripartite2003 Arheološki vestnik 54: 259-69
  • Dragan Božič
H6/KE [ARHEOLOSKI-]0570-8966in special section 'Prehistory'; English summary
Wedding chariots from Pakistan. An example of modern folk art2003 Münchner Beiträge zur Völkerkunde 8: 247-54
  • Jurgen Wasim Frembergen
H6 [MUNCHNER BEITRAGE ZUR VOLKERKUNDE]0936-837X
Comments on Kazanas' [Indigenous Indo-Aryans and the Rigveda]2002 Journal of Indo-European studies 30 (3/4): 365-73
  • E. E. Kuz'mina
0092-2323comment on N Kazanas, see this issue 275-334
Pièces ornamentales des chariot de la Dacie préromaine2002 Thraco-Dacica 23 (1/2): 231-42
  • Aurel Rustoiu
  • Iosif Vasile Ferencz
0259-1081
Chariots of the gods ? Landscape and imagery at Frännarp, Sweden2002 Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 68: 215-46, 317, 320, 325 [i-ii]
  • John Coles
0079-497XFrench, Spanish and German summaries
Zoomorphic and anthropomorphic clay objects from the sites of the Lower Danube Incrusted Pottery Culture2001 Mythology Art Folklore 7: 489-510
  • Tatiana SHalganova
H6/KE [SOFIA. New Bulgarian University MIF-]1311-3550in special issue dedicated to Dmitrii Sergeevich Raevskii, with introductions by V Petrukhin, M Pogrebova and I Marazov
The first migration wave of Indo-Iranians to the South2001 Journal of Indo-European studies 29 (1/2): 1-40
  • E. E. Kuzmina
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
The mythological image of the chariot in the graphics of the population of the East European steppe in the bronze age2001 Arkheolohiia 1: 10-18
  • Marina Serhi vna Serhieieva
0235-3490English and Russian summaries
Gladiators in Roman Britain2000 British Museum magazine 38: 16-21
  • Ralph Jackson
0965-8297
The Assyrian army in Zamua2000 Iraq 62: 89-108
  • J. N. Postgate
0021-0889
Did horse-riding and cavalry exist throughout stone, copper and bronze ages?2000 Arkheolohiia 2: 101-15
  • O. P. ZHuravl'ov
  • P. V. Puchkov
0235-3490in thematic issue on Gravettian culture in Ukraine; English and Russian summaries
Engraved chariots of Fezzan (Libya)1999 Pictogram 11 (1): 1-19
  • C. Gauthier
  • Y. Gauthier
1028-7455
The military chariots in the ancient Georgia1999 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 4: 195-9
  • G. A. Lordkipanidze
0869-6063
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