The investigation of past cultures of the region of Asia through the study and scientific analysis of material remains (i.e., osteological, artifactual, architectural, etc.).
Provides a short history of research of jewelry art in Central Asia from 400 BC to 400 AD.
Attempts to identify the unique artistic features of jewelry and draw conclusions based on differences in the quality of articles from various treasures.
Explores how virtually all dogs evolved from just a handful of wolves tamed by humans living in or near China less than 15,000 years ago.
Academia Sinica, a Taiwanese institute, describes its research departments on history, linguistics, archaeology, anthropology, and the Chinese writing systems.
Synopsis of the book written by Wilhelm G. Solheim II which re-examines established beliefs on ancient horticulture, bronze casting, migration, and other aspects after new discoveries in southeast Asia.
Synopsis of investigation into Kashmir prehistory, revealing Greek influence and discoveries of important relics.
A report from the IIAS Newsletter on the 15th South Asian Archaeology Conference for the exchange of new ideas, and latest results of excavation and research by archaeologists and art historians working on South Asia and the Silk Road region.
An interactive bibliographic database devoted to scholarly research pertaining to Southeast Asian archaeology and anthropology.
A lecture by the distinguished Soviet scholar Valery Alexeev at Harvard University in 1991 on the state of archaeology in the former USSR and description of the physical and political geography of Eurasia.
This theory proposes a local development of East-European cultures from Enaeolithic to Pit-grave culture, Catacomb culture, Timber-grave (or Srubnaya) culture and Andronovo culture, which migrated south to India.
Details on the ancient spice routes between Southeast Asia and Africa.
Explores the conclusions of a conference of Asian scholars and archaeologists that cultural exchanges occurred on a route from northeast China through Russian areas to Japan over 7,000 years ago.
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