Concord: Archaeological Institute of America, 1928. Articles include: The Geographical Distribution of Pre-Greek Place Names by J.B. Haley; The Geographical Distribution of Prehistoric Remains in Greece by Carl W. Blegen; Basilica Aemilia by Walton Brooks McDaniels; A Metrical Inscription from the Necropolis of Eutresis by Hetty Goldman.
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Paris: Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner, 1936. 126 mostly black and white illustrations. Some color. Articles on Iranian archaeology including on the The Gulshan Album, Mongolian documents in the Museum of Tehran, Abarkuh, Natanz, and tomb towers. French text.
Paris: Librairie Orientaliste Paul Geuthner, 1938. 126 mostly black and white illustrations. Some color. Articles on Iranian archaeology including monuments on Zoroastrian monuments and temples, French text.
Stockholm: Bokforlags Aktiebolaget Thule, 1939. 20 half-tone plates, 2 color plates, 36 collotype plates, and 52 illustrations and maps in the text. Descriptive lists of textiles by Vivi Sylwan. "This handsome volume reports the archaeological work done by the Swedish members of two expeditions in Chinese Turkestan under the leadership...
Cambridge: Peabody Museum Press, 1992. 335 black and white figures. Massive. 57 page chapter on textiles with 38 figures by Joy Mahler Lothrop. "In this abundantly illustrated third and final volume on the artifacts found by Edward H. Thompson in the Well of Sacrifice, specialists analyze the great variety of...
Washington, D.C. The Textile Museum, 1974. Numerous black and white examples. Papers on Coptic, Pre-Columbian, Oriental, and North American textiles including cleaning, handling, mounting and conservation of archaeological textiles.
Saransk: Mordovsk Scientific Research Institute, 1941. 1 color plates 58 black and white. Handsome book on the material culture of these Central Asian people. Illustrations show 875 artifacts including jewelry, metalwork and amulets from ancient grave sites. 137 pages of Russian text.
Copenhagen: National Museum of Denmark, 1980. 465 black and white figures. This is the revised and expanded English language edition of this seminal work on the largest collection of complete prehistoric clothing in Europe.
London: Macmillan, 1912. Numerous illustrations and maps.
New York: The Needle and Bobbin Club, 1956. 18 color plates. Contents include the major article on the kurgans with a focus on the textiles of the Pazyryk culture.
New York: Sharpe, 1981. Several black and white plates and figures. A collection of 17 essays on Central Asian archaeology. "The Bronze Age Civilization of Central Asia edited by Philip L. Kohl collates translated articles from soviet findings of Bronze Age and Aenolithic remains in Central Asia. Originally published in...
Montagnac: Editions Monique Mergoil, 2000. 53 black and white plates 99 black and white figures. "Most illustrations are line drawings. French text with summaries in English and German. "The study of the prehistoric lake village of Delley-Portalban (station II) has completely altered our approach to Neolithic life in central Europe...
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press / British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara, 1970. 241 black and white plates, 261 figures. Volume 2 only. Massive account of the 1957-1960 excavation in Hacilar village in southwest Anatolia. The significance of the Hacilar excavations lies in the fact that the site was "earlier than...
Tehran: University of Tehran, 1964 (1977). 17 color plates 144 black and white. The Institute of Archaeology, University of Tehran and The Iranian Archaeological Service. Farsi-English text.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1975. 33 color plates 164 black and white. GWO 2263. Ancient treasures from the museums of the USSR from 3000 BC- 100 AD. Museum exhibition catalog. A silk textile and 6 felt objects (5 in color) found by Rudenko at Pazyryk are shown. Includes Herodotus' account of the Scythians.
St. Petersburg: Slavia, 2008. 44 color plates 54 historical back and white illustrations. Well illustrated compendium of articles covering the history of exploration of Central Asia, including East Turkestan, Tibet and Mongolia by Russian travelers, diplomats, spies and scholars. Includes the article, "S.M. Dudin's Kashgar Collection in the Russian Museum...
Stockholm: Statens Etnografisk Museum, 1956-1958. XXVI + 40 black and white plates 2 maps 187 figures. Reports from the scientific expedition to the north-western provinces of China under the leadership of Dr. Sven Hedin. The Sino-Swedish Expedition. Publication 39, 41. VII. Archaeology, 8-9.
New York: Hacker, 1975. Hacker Art Books reprint of the 1907 Oxford publication. Massive tome documenting Stein's 1900-01 Silk Road archaeological expedition. 620 pages of text and 119 pages of black and white plates of photographs, plans, and antiquities. With beautiful folding map tipped in back.
Ankara: Turk Tarih Kurumu Basimevi, 1966. 48 black and white, map. A brief introduction to Anatolia's archaeological record.
Leningrad: Memoirs of the Academy of History of Material Culture, 1932. 2 color plates 31 black and white plates. Important and uncommon work on ancient rugs and textiles found in Mongolia. This is the result of the excavations of the Russian Geographic Society in 1924-1925 by the Mongolia-Tibet expedition under...
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1926. 24 black and white. University of Chicago Oriental Institute expanded publication of von der Osten's preliminary exploration of central Turkey in pursuit of the archaeology of the ancient Hittites.
Urumqi: Xinjiang People's Publishing House, 1999. 140 color plates. "An introduction to the 14 historical monuments and cultural relics under state protection in Xinjiang." Several brocades are illustrated. English and Chinese text.
Ankara: Ankara Turizmi, Eski Eserleri ve, 1968. 40 color and black and white illustrations. Excavation guide to the city of Gordium (Gordiyon), capital of the ancient Phrygians and associated with the legendary king, Midas.
Hong Kong: ISAT / Costume Squad Ltd., 2002. 300 color plates 42 black and white. Exhibition catalog from the China National Silk Museum from the Han to Ming dynasties. Includes mostly Silk Road textiles. Chinese-English text.