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Angeli, W., ed. 1980. Die Hallstattkultur: Frühform Europäischer Einheit. Catalog of exhibition , Land Oberösterreich 25 April-26 October 1980 Schloß Lamberg, Steyr. Linz: Land Oberösterreich.

Angeli, W., F. E. Barth, et al., eds. 1970. Krieger und Salzherren. Hallstattkultur im Ostalpenraum. Catalog of exhibition, Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum Innsbruck, 14 May - 13 June 1971. Mainz: Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums Mainz.

Anthony, D. W. 1995. "Horse, wagon & chariot: Indo-European languages and archaeology." Antiquity 69: 554-565.

Balibar, E. and I. Wallerstein. 1991. Race, Nation, Class. Ambiguous Identities.. London and New York: Verso.

Bankoff, H. A. and F. A. Winter. 1989. "Diffusion and Cultural Evolution in Iron Age Serbia." In Centre and Periphery: Comparative Studies in Archaeology, ed. T. C. Champion. London: Unwin Hyman, One World Archaeology 11: 156-172.

Bichet, P. and J.-P. Millotte. 1992. L'Age du Fer dans le haut Jura: Les Tumulus de la région de Pontarlier (Doubs). DAF 34. Paris: Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l'homme.

1990. "Herodot als Historiker fremder Religionen." In Hérodote et les peuples non Grecs. Genčve: Fondation Hardt, 1-39.

Burnham, B. C. and J. Kingsbury. 1979. Space, Hierarchy and Society. Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Are Analysis. Oxford: BAR International Series.


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Childe, V. G. 1926. The Aryans. A Study of Indo-European Origins. The History of Civilization. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

 Cumberpatch, C. G. 1995. "Settlement and Economy in Late Iron Age Slovakia, Southern Poland and Trans-Danubian Hungary." In Different Iron Ages: Studies on the Iron Age in Temperate Europe, eds. J. D. Hill and C. G. Cumberpatch. Oxford: Tempus Reparatum 602: 195-212.

Cunliffe, B. and T. Rowley. 1976. Oppida: The Beginnings of Urbanisation in Barbarian Europe. Oxford: BAR Supplementary Series II.  

Davis-Kimball, J., V. S. Bashilov, et al., eds. 1995. Nomads of the Eurasian Steppes in the Early Iron Age. Berkeley: The Center for the Study Eurasian Nomads, Kazakh / American Research Project, Inc. Zinat Press.

Davis-Kimball, J. 1997. "Warrior Women of the Eurasian Steppes." Archaeology 50(1): 44-48.

Farkas, A. 1973. "Sarmatian Roundels and Sarmatian Art." MMA Journal 8: 77-88.

Farkas, A. 1982. "Style and Subject Matter in Native Thracian Art." MMA Journal 16: 34.

Gyselen, R., ed. 1992. Banquets d'Orient. Bures-sur-Yvette: Groupe pur l'etude de la Civilisation du Moyen-Orient.

Harmatta, J. 1990. "Herodotus, Historian of the Cimmerians and the Scythians." In Herodote et les peuples non Grecs, eds. Walter Burkert et al. Genčve: Fondation Hardt.

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Ivantchik, A. 1990. Les Cimmeriens en Proche-Orient. Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 127. Fribourg: Editions Universitaires.

Jacobson, E. 1987. Burial Ritual, Gender and Status in South Siberia in the Late Bronze - Early Iron Age. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Jacobson, E. 1995. The Art of the Scythians. The Interpenetration of Cultures at the Edge of the Hellenic World. Leiden: E.J. Brill.

Jettmar, K. 1967. Art of the Steppes. New York: Crown Publishers.

Jettmar, K. 1989. "Der Oxus-Schatz und das Heiligtum von Tachti Sangin p." In Oxus: 2000 Jahre Kunst am Oxus-Fluss in Mittelasien. Neue Funde aus der Sowjetrepublik Tadschikistan, ed. J. Rickenbach. Zürich: Museum Rietberg Zürich, 171-175.

Khazanov, A. M. 1994. Nomads and the Outside World. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.


Kristensen, A. K. G. 1988. Who Were the Cimmerians, and Where did They Come From? Sargon II, the Cimmerians, and Rusa I. Jorgen Laessoe. Historisk-filologiske Meddelelser. Copenhagen: Munksgaard.

Lanfranchi, G. 1990. I Cimmeri. History of the Ancient Near East Studies vol 2bis. Padova: Sargon.

Luschey, H. 1983. "Thrakien als Ort der Begegnung der Kelten mit der Iranischen Metallkunst." In Beiträge zur Altertumskunde Kleinasiens. Festschrift für Kurt Bittel, eds. R. M. Boehmer and H. Haptmann. Mainz: Zabern.

Meyers, P. 1982. "Three Silver Objects from Thrace: A Technical Examination." Metropolitan Museum of Art Journal 16: 49-54.

Nickel, H. 1973. "About the Sword of the Huns and the 'Urepos' of the Steppes." Metropolitan Museum of Art Journal 7: 131-142

Orel. 1987. "Thracian and Celtic." Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies.

Piggott, S. 1983. The earliest wheeled transport: from the Atlantic coast to the Caspian Sea. Ithaca, Cornell University Press

Powell, T. G. E. 1971. "From Urartu to Gundestrup: the agency of Thracian metal-work." In The European Community in Later Prehistory: studies in honor of C.F.C. Hawkes, eds. J. Boardman, M. A. Bown and T. G. E. Powell. London/Totowa, N.J.: Routledge & Kegan Paul/Rowman & Littlefield, 181-210.

Rickenbach, J., ed. 1989. Oxus: 2000 Jahre Kunst am Oxus-Fluss in Mittelasien. Neue Funde aus der Sowjetrepublik Tadschikistan. Catalog of exhibition , . Zürich: Museum Rietberg Zürich.

Wailes, B. and A. L. Zoll. 1995. "Civilization, barbarism, and nationalism in European archaeology." In Nationalism, Politics, and the Practice of Archaeology, eds. P. L. Kohl and C. Fawcett. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 21-38



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