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Alexander, C., Buchli, V., Humphrey, C. (2007).  Urban life in post-Soviet Asia. London, UCL. pp. xii, 212 p..
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Bourgeois, J., De Wulf, A., Goossens, R., Gheyle,, Wouter, (2007).  Saving the frozen Scythian tombs of the Altai Mountains (Central Asia). World archaeology, 39, pp. 458-474. Abstract
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Charleux, I. (2004).  De la ville bleue à la métropole grise : fondation, protection et destruction de Kokeqota (Huehaofe). Études Mongoles et Sibériennes, Centrasiatiques et Tibétaines, 35, pp. 69-116, 231-232. Abstract
Charleux, I., Even, M., Lacaze, G. (2004).  Un document mongol sur l'intronisation du IXe Dalai Lama. Journal asiatique, 292, pp. 151-222. Abstract
Charleux, I., Lacaze, G. (2004).  L'intronisation du IXe Dalai lama vue par un prince mongol : un rouleau peint conservé à la bibliothèque de l'Institut des Hautes Etudes Chinoises. Arts asiatiques, 59, pp. 30-57. Abstract
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Dirksen, V.G., Van Geel, B., Koulkova, M.A., Zaitseva, G. I, Sementsov, A.A., Scott, E.M., Cook, G.T., Van Der Plicht, J., Lebedeva, L.M., Bourova, N.D., Bokovenko, N.A., Ramsey-Christopher-Bronk,, Higham-Thomas-F-G, (2007).  CHRONOLOGY OF HOLOCENE CLIMATE AND VEGETATION CHANGES AND THEIR CONNECTION TO CULTURAL DYNAMICS IN SOUTHERN SIBERIA; 19th International Radiocarbon Conference, Keble College, Oxford, England. 3-7 April 2006. Radiocarbon, 49, pp. 1103-1121. Abstract
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Fiedel, S.J., Kuzmin, Y.V., Ramsey-Christopher-Bronk,, Higham-Thomas-F-G, (2007).  RADIOCARBON DATE FREQUENCY AS AN INDEX OF INTENSITY OF PALEOLITHIC OCCUPATION OF SIBERIA : DID HUMANS REACT PREDICTABLY TO CLIMATE OSCILLATIONS?; 19th International Radiocarbon Conference, Keble College, Oxford, England. 3-7 April 2006. Radiocarbon, 49, pp. 741-756. Abstract
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Gentes, A.A. (2008).  Exile to Siberia, 1590-1822. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. pp. xiii, 271 p..
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Haverkort, C.M., Weber, A., Katzenberg M., A., Goriunova, O.I., Creaser, R.A. (2008).  Hunter-gatherer mobility strategies and resource use based on strontium isotope (87Sr/86Sr) analysis : a case study from Middle Holocene Lake Baikal, Siberia. Journal of archaeological science, 35, pp. 1265-1280. Abstract
Georg, H.F. (2007).  Notes on Blood Revenge among the Reindeer Evenki of Manchuria (Northeast China). Asian folklore studies, 66, pp. 165-178. Abstract
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Losey, R.J., Nomokonova, T., Goriunova, O. I (2008).  Fishing ancient Lake Baikal, Siberia : inferences from the reconstruction of harvested perch (Perca fluviatilis) size. Journal of archaeological science, 35, pp. 577-590. Abstract
Lincoln, W.B. (2007).  The conquest of a continent : Siberia and the Russians. Ithaca, N.Y. ; London, Cornell University Press. pp. xxii, 500 p., [16] p. of plates.
Lieverse, A.R., Link, D.W., Bazaliiskiy, V., Goriunova, O., Weber, A.W. (2007).  Dental health indicators of hunter-gatherer adaptation and cultural change in Siberia's Cis-Baikal. American journal of physical anthropology, 134, pp. 323-339. Abstract
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Pakendorf, B., Novgorodov, I.N., Osakovskij, V.L., Stoneking, M. (2007).  Mating patterns amongst siberian reindeer herders: Inferences from mtDNA and Y-chromosomal analyses. American journal of physical anthropology, 133, pp. 1013-1027. Abstract
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Frank, S., Frank, L. (2007).  Climatic change in the Russian Altai, southern Siberia, based on palynological and geomorphological results, with implications for climatic teleconnections and human history since the middle Holocene. Vegetation history and archaeobotany, 16, pp. 101-118. Abstract
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Thomas, N.E., Humphrey, C.E. (1994).  Shamanism, history, and the state : Conference : Papers. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan. pp. viii, 232p..
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Viktorova, V.D. (2008).  Drevnie ugry v lesakh Urala: stranitsy drevnei istorii mansi. Ekaterinburg, Kvadrat. pp. 208 p.; ill.; 30 cm..
Viktorova, V.D. (2008).  Drevnie ugry v lesakh Urala: stranitsy drevnei istorii mansi. Ekaterinburg, Kvadrat. pp. 208 p.; ill.; 30 cm..
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Witzenrath, C. (2007).  Cossacks and the Russian Empire, 1598-1725 : manipulation, rebellion and expansion into Siberia. Routledge studies in the history of Russia and Eastern Europe ; 8, London, Routledge. pp. xii, 259 p., [5] p. of plates.
Joshua, W. (2007).  Organizational principles of Khirigsuur monuments in the lower Egiin Gol valley, Mongolia. Journal of anthropological archaeology, 26, pp. 350-365. Abstract