Table of contents for Nomads and their neighbours in the Russian steppe : Turks, Khazars and Qipchaqs / Peter B. Golden.


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PEOPLE AND CULTURES

I     Imperial Ideology and the Sources of
      Political Unity Amongst the Pre-Cinggisid
      Nomads of Western Eurasia                    37-76
      Archivum Eurasiae Medii Aevi II. Wiesbaden,
      1982

II    Turkic Calques in Medieval Eastern Slavic  103-111
      Journal of Turkish Studies 8. Cambridge, MA,
      1984

III   Khazaria and Judaism                       127-156
      Archivum Eurasiae Medii Aevi III. Wiesbaden,
      1983

NOMADS AND THEIR NEIGHBOURS
IV    The Turkic Peoples and Caucasia              45-67
      Transcaucasia, Nationalism, and Social Change:
      Essays in the History ofArmenia, Azerbaijan,
      and Georgia, ed. R. G Suny. Ann Arbor: University
      of Michigan Press, 1983 (2nd edn. 1996)

V     The Migrations of the Oguz                   45-84
      Archivum Ottomanicum IV The Hague, 1972

VI    The Question of the Rus' Qaganate            77-97
      Archivum Eurasiae Medii Aevi II. Wiesbaden,
      1982




VII   Aspects of the Nomadic Factor in the
      Economic Development of Kievan Rus'        58-101
      Ukrainian Economic History: Interpretive
      Essays, ed. I.S. Koropeckyj. Cambridge, MA:
      Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 1991

VIII  The Cernii Klobouci                          97-107
      Symbolae Turcologicae: Studies in Honour of
      Lars Johanson on his Sixtietch Birthday, ed.
      A. Berta, B. Brendemoen, C. Schonig (Swedish
      Research Institute in Istanbul, Transactions,
      Vol. 6). Stockholm, 1996

THE QIPCHAQS
IX    The Qip6aqs of Medieval Eurasia: An
      Example of Stateless Adaptation in the
      Steppes                                    132-157
      Rulers from the Steppe: State Formation on
      the Eurasian Periphery, ed. G Seaman and
      D. Marks (Ethnographics Monograph series,
      Monograph, No. 2). Los Angeles: Ethnographics
      Press, University of Southern California, 1991

X     The Polovci Dikii                          296-309
      Harvard Ukrainian Studies III/IV Cambridge,
      MA, 1979-1980

XI    Cumanica I: The Qipcaqs in Georgia            45-87
      Archivum Eurasiae Medii Aevi IV Wiesbaden,
      1984

XII   Cumanica II: The Olberli (Olperli): The
      Fortunes and Misfortunes of an Inner Asian
      Nomadic Clan                                   5-29
      Archivum Eurasiae MediiAevi VI. Wiesbaden,
      1985 [1987]



XIII  Cumanica III: Urusoba                           33-46
      Aspects ofAltaic Civilization III, ed. D. Sinor
      (Indiana University Uralic and Altaic Series,
      Vol. 145). Bloomington, Ind.: Research Institute
      for Inner Asian Studies, 1990

XIV   Wolves, Dogs and QipCaq Religion                87-97
      Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum
      Hungaricae L, nos. 1-3. Budapest, 1997

Addenda et Corrigenda                                    1-2

Index                                                  1-19





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:Nomads Kievan Rus, Nomads Georgia