Complex Societies of Central Eurasia from the 3d to the 1st Millennia b.c.: Regional Specifics in the Light of Global Models1

@article{Koryakova2000ComplexSO,
  title={Complex Societies of Central Eurasia from the 3d to the 1st Millennia b.c.: Regional Specifics in the Light of Global Models1},
  author={L. N. Koryakova and Philip L. Kohl},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2000},
  volume={41},
  pages={638 - 642}
}
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