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After Alexander: Central Asia before Islam

"This new study of the history and archaeology of Central Asia is crucial for our understanding of the ancient and early medieval world. Ideas and religions travelled the trade routes linking China, India, the Middle East and Rome. The period from the conquests of Alexander the Great to the arrival of Islam was one of change and conflict between settled peoples and new arrivals, city-dwellers and nomads."

Author(s):  Cribb, Joe; Herrmann, Georgina [eds.]
Format:  Book
Publisher:  British Academy by Oxford University Press
Date:  2007
ISBN:  978-0-19-726384-6
Series:  Proceedings of the British Academy, Volume 133