The first nomads in Central Asia’s steppes (Kazakhstan). An overview of major socio-economic changes, derived from funerary practices of the Andronovo and Saka populations of the Bronze and Iron Ages (2nd-1st millennium BCE), A. Averbouh, N. Goutas et S. Méry (Ed.), Nomad lives, Natures en Sociétés, 478-503, MNHN, Paris. - Archive ouverte HAL Access content directly
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The first nomads in Central Asia’s steppes (Kazakhstan). An overview of major socio-economic changes, derived from funerary practices of the Andronovo and Saka populations of the Bronze and Iron Ages (2nd-1st millennium BCE), A. Averbouh, N. Goutas et S. Méry (Ed.), Nomad lives, Natures en Sociétés, 478-503, MNHN, Paris.

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Julio Bendezu-Sarmiento. The first nomads in Central Asia’s steppes (Kazakhstan). An overview of major socio-economic changes, derived from funerary practices of the Andronovo and Saka populations of the Bronze and Iron Ages (2nd-1st millennium BCE), A. Averbouh, N. Goutas et S. Méry (Ed.), Nomad lives, Natures en Sociétés, 478-503, MNHN, Paris.. Nomad lives, Natures en Sociétés, 478-503, MNHN, Paris., 2021. ⟨hal-03514807⟩

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