ANNUAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

@article{Ren2020ANNUALB,
  title={ANNUAL BIBLIOGRAPHY},
  author={Lele Ren and Xin Zhao and Xiaolin Dong and Hui Wang and Jingxiao Zhou and Jian-xin Zhao and Maxime Aubert and Mian Fan and Yun Wu and Andy Baker and Goh Hsiao Mei and Christian E Peterson and Paula N. Doumani and Peter Jia and Alison Betts and Andaine Seguin-Orlando and Mietje Germonpr{\'e} and Zhouyong Sun and Jing Shao and Karen Sydney Rubinson},
  journal={Early China},
  year={2020},
  volume={43},
  pages={325 - 345}
}
Brunson, Katherine, Lele Ren, Xin Zhao, Xiaoling Dong, Hui Wang, Jing Zhou, and Rowan Flad. “Zooarchaeology, Ancient MtDNA, and Radiocarbon Dating Provide New Evidence for the Emergence of Domestic Cattle and Caprines in the Tao River Valley of Gansu Province, Northwest China.” Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 31 (June 2020), 102262. Cao, Bin, and Beichen Chen. “Ritual Changes and Social Transition in the Western Zhou Period (ca. 1050–771 BCE).” Archaeological Research in Asia 19… 

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