Marek Zvelebil Bibliography Generator

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Braun, David P., 1983. Pots as tools. In Moore, James A. and Keene, Arthur S. (eds), Archaeological Hammers and Theories: 107–134. New York and London: Academic Press.

Braun, David P., 1991. Why decorate a pot? Midwestern household pottery, 200 B.C. – A.D. 600. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology10 (4): 360–397.

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Chapman, John and Dolukhanov, Pavel, 1992. The baby and the bathwater: pulling the plug on migrations. American Anthropologist94 (1): 169–174.

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Crossland, R. A., 1992. When specialists collide: archaeology and Indo-European linguistics. Antiquity66: 251–254.

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Dergachev, Valentin, Sherratt, Andrew, and Larina, Olga, 1991. Recent results of Neolithic research in Moldavia. Oxford Journal of Archaeology10: 1–16.

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Dolukhanov, Pavel M., 1989. Cultural and ethnic processes in prehistory as seen through the evidence of archaeology and related disciplines. In Shennan, S. J., (ed.), Archaeological Approaches to Cultural Identity: 267–277. London: Unwin Hyman.

y'Edynak, G., 1978. Culture, diet and dental reduction in Mesolithic forager-fishers of Yugoslavia. Current Anthropology19 (3): 616–617.

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Goodenough, W. H., 1970. The evolution of pastoralism and Indo-European origins. In Cardona, G., Hoenigswald, H. M., and Senn, A. (eds), Indo-European and Indo-Europeans: 253–266. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Green, Stanton and Perlman, Steven, 1985. The Archaeology of frontiers and Boundaries. New York: Academic Press.

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Guglielmino, C. R., Piazza, A., Menozzi, P., and Cavalli-Sforza, Luigi. L., 1990. Uralic genes in Europe. American Journal of Physical Anthropology83: 57–68.

Guilaine, Jean, 1976. Premiers Bergers et Paysans de l'Occident Méditerranéen. Paris: Mouton.

Gupta, S. P., 1979. Archaeology of Soviet Central Asia and the Indian Borderlands. Delhi.

Hagelberg, Erica, 1995. Digging into our genes. Antiquity69: 177–179.

Hamp, Eric P., 1987. The pig in ancient northern Europe. In Skomal, S. N. and Polomé, E. C. (eds), Proto-Indo-European: The Archaeology of a Linguistic Problem: 185–190. Washington, DC: Institute for the Study of Man.

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Hill, J. H., 1978. Language contact systems and human adaptations. Journal of Anthropological Research34 (1): 1–26.

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Hodder, Ian, 1982. The Present Past. London: Batsford.

Hodder, Ian, 1990. The Domestication of Europe. Oxford: Blackwell.

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Makkay, J., 1987. The Linear Pottery and the early Indo-Europeans. In Skomal, S. N. and Polomé, E. C. (eds), Proto-Indo-European: The Archaeology of a Linguistic Problem: Studies in honor of Marija Gimbutas. Washington, DC: Institute for the Study of Man.

Makkay, J., 1990. New aspects of the PIE and the PU/PFU homelands: contacts and frontiers between the Baltic and the Ural in the Neolithic. In Kerestes, L. and Maticsak, S. (eds), Congressus Septimus Internationalis Fenno-Ugristarum: 55–83. Debrecen.

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