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History of Civilizations of Central Asia

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History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume I. The dawn of civilization: earliest times to 700 B.C. Editors: A. H. Dani / V. M. Masson. Paris: UNESCO Publishing 1992.
History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume I. The dawn of civilization: earliest times to 700 B.C. Editors: A. H. Dani / V. M. Masson. Paris: UNESCO Publishing 1992.

Chapter 10 : The Bronze Age in Khorasan and Transoxania

V.M. Masson

Chapter 11 : Pre-Indus and early Indus cultures of Pakistan and India

J.G. Shaffer and B.K. Thapar

Chapter 12 : The Indus Civilization

A.H. Dani and B.K. Thapar

Chapter 18 : The Painted Grey Ware Culture of the Iron Age

B.B. Lal

History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume II - The development of sedentary and nomadic civilizations: 700 B.C. to A.D. 250. Editor: János Harmatta; Co-Editors: B. N. Puri/ G. F. Etemadi. Paris: UNESCO Publishing 1994.
History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume II - The development of sedentary and nomadic civilizations: 700 B.C. to A.D. 250. Editor: János Harmatta; Co-Editors: B. N. Puri/ G. F. Etemadi. Paris: UNESCO Publishing 1994.

Chapter 2 : Media and Achaemenid Iran

M.A. Dandamayev

Chapter 4 : The Greek kingdoms of Central Asia (pp.117 - 123)

P. Bernard

Chapter 5 : Parthia (pp.147 - 150)

G.A. Koshelenko and V.N. Pilipko

Chapter 15 : Kushan art

G.A. Pugachenkova, S.R. Dar, R.C. Sharma and MA Joyenda, in collaboration with H. Siddiqi

History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume III - The crossroads of civilizations: A. D. 250 to 750. Editor: B. A. Litvinsky; Co-Editors: Zhang Guang-da / R. Shabani Samghabadi. Paris: UNESCO Publishing 1996.
History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume III - The crossroads of civilizations: A. D. 250 to 750. Editor: B. A. Litvinsky; Co-Editors: Zhang Guang-da / R. Shabani Samghabadi. Paris: UNESCO Publishing 1996.

Chapter 2 : Sasanian Iran - economy, society, arts and crafts (pp. 54 - 55; 62 - 76)

N.N. Chegini and A.V. Nikitin

Chapter 6 : The Hephthalite Empire (pp.151 - 162)

B.A. Litvinsky

Chapter 8 : The Gupta kingdom (pp.199 - 206)

K.Chakrabarti

Chapter 9 : Khwarizm (pp.218 - 222)

E.E. Nerazik and P.G. Bulgakov

Chapter 10 : Sogdiana

B.I. Marshak and N.N. Negmatov

Chapter 16 : Tokharistan and Ghandara under Western Türk rule (650-750) (pp.391-401)

J. Harmatta and BA Litvinsky

History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume IV - The age of achievment: A.D. 750 to the end of the fifteenth century. Part One: The historical, social and economic setting. Editors: M.S. Asimov / C.E. Bosworth.  Paris: UNESCO Publishing 1998.
History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume IV - The age of achievment: A.D. 750 to the end of the fifteenth century. Part One: The historical, social and economic setting. Editors: M.S. Asimov / C.E. Bosworth. Paris: UNESCO Publishing 1998.
History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume IV - The age of achievment: A.D. 750 to the end of the fifteenth century.  Part Two: The achievements. Editor: C. E. Bosworth. Paris: UNESCO Publishing 2000.
History of Civilizations of Central Asia. Volume IV - The age of achievment: A.D. 750 to the end of the fifteenth century. Part Two: The achievements. Editor: C. E. Bosworth. Paris: UNESCO Publishing 2000.

 

Chapter 16 : Arts and Crafts


A. A. Hakimov, E. Novgorodova & A. H. Dani  Reading online

 

Chapter 18 : Urban development and architecture

G. A. Pugachenkova, A. H. Dani, Liu Yingsheng