New York: Harper and Brothers, 1878-1886. Seven issues of Harper's Franklin Square Library with advertisements bound together: No. 463. The Russians at the Gates of Herat by Charles Marvin with 3 maps and 28 illustrations. 48 pp. April 24, 1885 No. 35 Sport and Work on the Nepaul Frontier or...
History and Civilization of Rug Weaving Areas
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Tehran: Center for the Study of Central Asia and the Caucasus, 2000. Articles include: Russia and the Crisis of Northern Caucasus; Karabakh Crisis: Developments; The Challenge of US Caspian Sea Oil Policy; Oil Pollution in the Caspian Sea; An Overview of Linguistic Issues in the Azerbaijan Republic; A Look at...
London: The Royal Central Asian Society, 1933. Articles on the history and contemporary events in the Middle East and Central Asia.
London: The Royal Central Asian Society, 1934. Articles on the history and contemporary events in the Middle East and Central Asia.
Fremont: Spring Hill Press, 2002. 22 color plates 151 black and white. This book was undertaken to honor Ms. Antipina who is most responsible for collecting and preserving the ethnographic information of the Kyrgyz people from this Central Asian republic during the Soviet period. It includes edited translations of her...
Istanbul: Akbank, 1994. 239 color plates 13 black and white.
Leiden: E.J. Brill, (1956) 1962. Complete three volume set on the history of Central Asia. Volume 1: A Short History of Turkestan; History of Semirechye; Volume 2: Ulugh-Beg; Volume Three: Mir Ali-Shir, A History of the Turkman people.
Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1956. Volume 1 only. The studies in this volume are A Short History of Turkestan and History of Semirechye.
Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1963. Volume 2 only. The study in this volume is on Ulugh-Beg, the Timurid ruler, astronomer, mathematician, sultan, and grandson of Timur (Tamerlane).
Bloomfield Hills: Bulletin of the Asia Institute / Neil Kreitman Foundation, 1993. 117 black and white. Scholarly articles on material aspects of pre-Islamic and Islamic culture.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997. 180 black and white.
[New York]: [Yaghoub Dilmanian], . 5 black and white 2 maps. Despite historically being a small minority of Iran's population, Mashhadi Jews form a large segment of the antique Oriental rug industry worldwide. English-Farsi text. Uncommon. "What happened to our ancestors in the city of Mashad, and the state of...
London: John Murray, 1874. Sixth edition.
Leicester: Brockhampton Press, 1963. Archaeologically-based general introduction to the nomadic culture of Europe and Asia from the Danube to the Great Wall of China.
Koln: Brill, 1985. 53 maps. Tables and maps form this chronological survey of all of the Khans, Shahs, Sultans, Emirs, and other rulers of Central Asia and the countries beyond where peoples of Central Asian origin ruled.
St Peter Port: Foundry, 1998. 133 figures 41 illustrations 12 maps. Organisation, warfare, dress and weapons. "The collapse of the Soviet Union and the coming to power of anti-Western regimes in Iran and Iraq have brought the territories covered in this book back to prominence after decades of relative quiet...
St Peter Port: Foundry, 1998. 183 figures 39 illustrations 6 maps. Organisation, warfare, dress and weapons. "Ian Heath has assembled 183 line drawings and 39 photographs to illustrate the huge array of costumes and uniforms worn during this period. Coverage includes the Taipeng and Boxer rebellions, Formosa, the Mongols and...
St Peter Port: Foundry, 1998. 125 figures 52 illustrations 9 maps. Organisation, warfare, dress and weapons. "The 'northeast frontier' of British India comprised what is now northwestern Burma, Assam and northeastern India. This relatively small area was made up of hills and almost impenetrable jungle and contained a remarkable number...
[Iran?]: [Rice University], [1985?]. 100 black and white. Farsi text.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982. Two volumes.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970 (1980).
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978.
London: Trubner, 1886. Second edition.
The Hague: Mouton, 1965. Translation of the portion of the monumental work Jami'al-tawarikh finished in the year 1306 concerning India.
Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2006. "This political and diplomatic history of late nineteenth-century Afghanistan and its major ethnic groups lays bare how the ground was laid for the emergence of Afghanistan as a nation-state as well as for the implementation of schemes of modernization. It describes how Amir Sher 'Ali...