Southern Siberia site Map 1
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Fall, 1996 (On Reserve in the Art History Library)


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Barnes, G., China, Korea and Japan: The Rise of Civilization in East Asia, London: Norton Publishing, 1993 (Chapter 9)

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Linduff, K., "The Many Worlds of China: Recent Archaeological Recovery and the Study of Chinese Art History," Korean Journal of Ancient History, 1994. (xerox)


Andersson, J.G., "Hunting Magic and the Animal Style", BMFEA, no. 4, 1932, pp. 221- 321.

Artomonov, M.I., The Splendor of Scythian Art, New York and Washington, 1969.

Bunker, Emma, C. Bruce Chatwin and Ann R. Farkas, Animal style art from East to West [catalogue of an exhibition], New York: Asia Society, Distributed by New York Graphic Society, 1970.

Fong, W., The Great Bronze Age of China, New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1980.

Rawson, J., and E. Bunker, Ancient Chinese and Ordos Bronzes, Hong Kong: The Royal Asiatic Ceramic Society, 1990.

Haskins, J., "China and the Altai", Bulletin of the Asia Institute, 1988, vol. 1, pp. 1-9.

Karlgren, B., "Some Weapons and Tools of the Yin Dynasty",

Kessler, A. T., Empires Beyong the Great Wall: The Heritage of Genghis Khan, Los Angeles: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, 1995

Lin Yun, "A Reexamination of the Relationship Between Bronzes of the Shang Culture and ot the Northern Zone". in K.C. Chang, Studies in Shang Archaeology, New York:, 1986, pp. 237-73.

Loehr, M., "The Earliest Chinese Swords and Akiniakes", OA, I, 1948/3, pp. 132-142.
"Ordos Daggers and Knives: New Material Classification and Chronology", AA, XII, 1949, pp. 23-83.
"Weapons and Tools from Anyang and Siberian Analogies", AJA, LIII, 1949,
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"The Bronze Styles of the Anyang Period", ACASA, VII, 1953, 23-83.
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Tu cheng-sheng, "An Examination of the Animal Style and Ancient Northern Chinese Tribes", Reprint from The Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology, Taipei: Academia Sinicia, 1993, pp. 231-408.

Wu En, "Animal Style of the Northern Frontier Peoples of China", KGXB, 1981/1, pp. 43-62.
"On the Origin of the Ancient Zoomorphic Design in the Northern Part of China", KGYWW, 1988/4, pp. 46-59.

Central Asia:

Anon, Avant les Scythes: prhistoire de l'art en U.R.S.S. :[exposition], Grand Palais, 6 fvrier-30 avril 1979 [organise par le Ministere de la culture de l'URSS, le Muse de l'Ermitage, et la Runion des muses nationaux], Paris : ditions de la Runion des muses nationaux, 1979.

Anthony, D., "Riding, Wagons, and the Opening of the Eurasian Steppe", conference paper, The Bronze Age and Iron Age Peoples of Eastern Central Asia", University of Pennsylvania Museum, April 19/20, 1996. (xerox copy)

Chernykh, E.N., Ancient Metallurgy in the USSR, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992. (chapters 1, 2)

Dani, A.H., History of civilizations of Central Asia, vol. 1: The dawn of civilization: earliest times to 700 B.C., Paris: UNESCO Publishing, 1992 (Chapters 1, 7, 8, 13

Dergachev, V., "Neolithic and Bronze Age cultural communities of the steppe zone of the USSR," Antiquity, No. 63, 1989, pp. 793-802. (xerox)

Gryaznov, M., Ancient Civilizations of Southern Siberia, Geneva: Nagel Pub., 1969.

Jettmar, Karl, The Art of the Steppes, New York, 1967.
"Metallurgy in the Early 'Steppes'", Artibus Asiae, vol. XXXIII, nos. 1-2, 1971, pp. 5-16.
"Cultures and Ethnic Groups West of China in the second and first Millennia BC", Asian Perspectives, XXIV, (2), 1981 (1985), pp. 145- 162.

Kohl, P. L., The Bronze Age Civilization of Central Asia: Recent Soviet Discoveries, Armonk (NY): M.E. Sharpe, Inc., 1981. (Intro., chapter 8)

Kuzmina, E., Where did the Indo-Iranians Come From: The Material Culture of the Andronovo Tribes and The Origins of the Indo-Iramians, Moscow: Russian Academy of Science, 1994. (in Russian)

Rawson, J., and E. Bunker, Ancient Chinese and Ordos Bronzes, Hong Kong: The Royal Ceramic Society of Hong Kong, 1990. (pp. 291-362)

So, Jenny and Emma Bunker, Raiders and Traders along the Great Wall, Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1995. (

Watson, Wm., Cultural Frontiers in Ancient East Asia, Edinburgh, University Press, 1971. (Chapters 2, 4, 5)


Anthony, D., "Prehistoric Migration as Social Process," manuscript. (xerox)

Binford, L., "Translating the Archaeological Record," In Pursuit of the Past, 1983, pp. 19-33. (xerox)

Lamberg-Karlovsky, K. and J. Sabloff, "The History of History," Ancient Civilizations, 1979, pp. 2-41. (xerox)

McNally, S., "Art History and Archaeology," Art Bulletin, 1984, pp. 1-21. (xerox)

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