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  • Elizabeth Lear
    Thought this might be of interest to those discussing the Tatars. Unfortunately, subscriptions are about $60 US. -Yeliz Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society
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      Thought this might be of interest to those discussing the Tatars.
      Unfortunately, subscriptions are about $60 US.

      -Yeliz



      Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society
      Cambridge University Press
      Volume 11 - Issue 03 - November 2001
      ISSN: 1356-1863

      http://uk.cambridge.org/journals/jra/

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      The Ethnogenesis of the Crimean Tatars. An Historical Reinterpretation
      Brian Glyn Williams


      Reviews of Books


      Ancient Christianity in the Caucasus. Iberica Caucasica I. Edited by
      Tamila Mgaloblishvili. pp. xvi, 272. Richmond, Curzon, 1998. George
      Hewitt

      Dictionary of the ancient Near East. Edited by Piotr Bienkowski and Alan
      Millard. pp. x, 342. London, British Museum Press, 2000. Eleanor Robson

      Waqfs and Urban Structures: The Case of Ottoman Damascus. By Richard van
      Leeuwen. (Studies in Islamic Law and Society, 11). pp. 232, 2 maps,
      index. Leiden, Brill, 1999. Jan Goldberg

      Friends and Rivals in the East. Studies in Anglo-Dutch Relations in the
      Levant from the Seventeenth to the Early Nineteenth Century. Edited by
      Alastair Hamilton, Alexander H. de Groot and Maurits H. van den Boogert
      (eds.). pp. 258. Leiden, Brill, 2000. Kate Fleet

      Essays on Zarathustra and Zoroastrianism. By Jean Kellens, translated
      and edited by Prods Oktor Skj�rv�. pp. xvi, 131. Costa Mesa, Mazda,
      2000. Peter Clark

      Monuments of Merv: traditional buildings of the Karakum. By Georgina
      Herrmann with contributions by Hugh Kennedy. pp. xv, 244, 315 illus.
      London, The Society of Antiquaries of London, 1999. Mehrdad Shokoohy
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