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Contributions to Anthropology, Number 14: Central Asia: A History of Cultures, Arts and Architecture
University of Montana—Missoula
Central Asia -- History; Achaemenid Empire; Parthian Empire; Kushan Empire; Sassanian Empire; Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Xinjiang) -- Cultural Heritage; Central Asia -- Archaeology; Silk Road
University of Montana—Missoula. Department of Anthropology
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Kia, Ardi, "Contributions to Anthropology, Number 14: Central Asia: A History of Cultures, Arts and Architecture" (2014). Contributions to Anthropology, 1967-2014. 14.