Earliest Times to 700 BC

Khirigsuurs, ritual and mobility in the Bronze Age of Mongolia, ishjamts, N. 1994. Nomads in eastern Central Asia, in J. Harmatta, BN Puri & GF Etemadi (ed.).
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