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we obtained five AMS 14С datings for this section... the calendar age of the wood sample from layer 5 is defined with the probabilistic interval of 1 σ (68%) within 36 680—36 500 cal BP (Beta-309153, INTCAL09).
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|Type of references||Text citation||References format|
|Monograph||(Andrews, 1999)||Andrews, P. A. 1999. Felt Tents and Pavilions. London: Melisende.|
|Monograph in a series||(Carstens, 2009)||Carstens, A. M. 2009. Karia and the Hekatomnids. The creation of a dynasty. BAR International Series 1943. Oxford: Archaeopress.|
|(Khudiakov, 1935)||Khudiakov, M. G. 1935. Essay on the History of Pre-Historic Society on the Territory of Mari Region (Introduction for the Mari People History). Reports of the State Academy for the History of Material Culture 141. Leningrad: State Academy for the History of Material Culture.|
|Collective monograph||(The Phenomenon of Bosporan Kingdom…, 2011)|| The Phenomenon of Bosporan Kingdom: Population,
Languages, Contacts. 2011. In Vahtina, M. Ju., et al. (eds.). Saint
Petersburg: “Nestor-Istoriia” Publ.
Note*: Reference in the text to a collective paper shall contain only the fi rst author’s name. If there are just 2 authors, both names shall be indicated
|A chapter in a collective monograph||(Chernykh, Lebedeva, 2002)||Chernykh, E. N., Lebedeva, E. Yu. 2002. Late Phase: Complex no. 1. In Chernykh, E. N., Lebedeva, E. Yu., Zhurbin, I. V., López- García, P., López-Sáez, J. A., Martínez-Navarrete, M. N. (eds.). Kargaly II. Gorny — the Late Bronze Age Settlement… Moscow: “Press” Publ., 217—260.|
|A chapter in a book of a multivolume edition||(Hornblower, 1994)||Hornblower, S. 1994. Persia. Cambridge Ancient History VI (2). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 45—96.|
|A chapter in a book written by another author (a foreword, an annex, etc.)||(Portisch, 2009)||Portisch, H. 2009. Vorwort. In Wagner W. J. (ed.). Der große illustrierte Atlas Österreich-Ungarn. Das Habsburger-Reich in Wort, Bild und Karte. Wien: Verlag Carl Ueberreuter, 5—6.|
|An article in a continued series||(O’Kane, 2003)||O’Kane, B. 2003. From Tents to Pavilions: Royal Mobility and Persian Palace Design. In Necipoglu G. (ed.). Ars Orientalis 23. Ann Arbour: Departament of History, University of Michigan, 239—248.|
|(Carstens, 2013)||Carstens, A. M. 2013. Karian Identity — a Game of Opportunistic Politics or a Case of Creolisation. In: Henry O. (ed.). 4 th Century Karia. Defi ning a Karian Identity under the Hekatomnids. Varia anatolica XXVIII. Paris: de Boccard, 209—215.|
|(Bordes, 1961)||Bordes, F. 1961. Mousterian cultures in France. Science 134, 803—810.|
|An article in a periodical||(Hellström, 1991)||Hellström, P. 1991. The Architectural Layout of Hecatomnid Labraunda. Revue archéologique (2), 297—308.|
|(Valiulina, Zilivinskaya, 2010)||Valiulina, S. I., Zilivinskaya, E. D. 2010. Glass wares from the Samosdelka Fortifi ed Site. Scientifi c Bulletin of the Kazan University. Vol. 152. Book 3. Part 1, 63—76.|
|An article in an e-journal||(Rady, 2009)||Rady, M. 2009. The Gesta Hungarorum of Anonymus, the Anonymous Notary of King Bela: A Translation. Slavonic and East European Review 87 (4). Available at URL: http://www. discovery.ucl.fc.uk/18975/1/18975.pdf|
|An article in a collection of papers||(Durand-Guédy, 2013)||Durand-Guédy, D. 2013. The Tents of the Saljuqs. In Durand- Guédy D. (ed.). Turko-Mongol Rulers, Cities and City Life. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 149—189.|
|An article by an anonymous author||(Considering… 2008)||Considering… 2008: Considering the Past. 2008. The Guardian 32.|
|In print||(Belousova, Rybin, in print)||Belousova, N. E., Rybin, E. P. (in print). New Stratigraphic Division of IUP-EUP Assemblages of the Kara-Bom Site (Russian Altai) according to the Results of Spatial Analysis and Refi tting Studies. In Viola, B., Zwyns, N., Flas, D. (eds.). Paleoanthropology and Late Pleistocene Population Dynamics of Northern Asia.|
|Manuscript under preparation (not yet in print)||(Buscione, Dan, in prep.)|| Biscione, R., Dan, R. (in prep.). Urartian fortifi cations: A general
view at their distribution and at their hierarchical levels.
Note*: Italics not applicable
|Conference proceedings||(Braund, 2013)||Braund, D. 2013. Polyaenus, Bosporan Theatres and the Mysterious Aristonicus. Proceedings of the Sixth International Kuban Archaeological Conference. Krasnodar: “Ekoinvest” Publ., 491—494.|
|(Brodskaia, 1999)||Brodskaia, N. V. 1999. Primitive art, rock carvings and painters of 20 th century. In Sher Ya. A. (ed.). International Conference for the Primitive Art, 3–8.08.1998. Proceedings I. Kemerovo: “Nikals” Publ., 23—35.|
|Unpublished conference presentation||(Meatte, 2013)||Meatte, D. A. 2013. Use-wear analysis of Beveled Bone Rods from the East Wenatchee site (45 D0432), Douglas County, Washington, USA. Poster presented at the Paleoamerican Odyssey conference. Session 2. Greater Beringia. Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 17—19, 2013.|
|Reference to an online publication with no DOI||(Kozlov, 2016)|| Kozlov S. А. 2016. “The Scepter-bearers” of the Scythian
Elite. Available at: https://www.e-anthropology.com/English/
Note*: Date of enquiry shall be indicated
|Reference to an online publication with DOI||(Amirkhanov et al., 2014)||Amirkhanov et al., 2014: Amirkhanov, H. A., Ozherel’ev, D. V., Gribchenko, Y. N., Sablin, M. V., Semenov, V. V., Trubikhin, V. 2014. Early Humans at the eastern gate of Europe: The discovery and investigation of Oldowan sites in northern Caucasus. Comptes Rendus Palevol 8, 717—725. Doi: 10.1016/j. crpv.2014.06.004.|
|Reference to a web-site without indicating the author||(Bosporan-kingdom. com)||Bosporan-kingdom.com: Coin 372–4933–2. Available at: http://bosporan-kingdom.com/372–4933/2.html (Accessed 01.04.2015).|
|Review||(Mosionjnic, 2012)||Mosionjnic, L. A. 2012. Review: Terra, mare et homines II. Studies in memory of Professor Tadeusz Łoposzko. Lublin: Wyd. Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, 2010. Stratum plus (3) , 319—326.|
|Reference to a fi eld report||(Khalikov, Arkhipov, 1958)||Khalikov, A. Kh., Arkhipov, G. A. 1958. Report on the Fieldworks of the Mari Archaeological Expedition in 1958. Nosely III Settlement. Yoshkar-Ola. Scientifi c Hand-Written Fund of the Mari Scientifi c and Research Language, Literature, and History Institute. Inv. 1, dossier 86.|
|Dissertation abstract||(Volkov, 1983)||Volkov, I. V. 1983. Pottery of Azov in 14 th –18 th Centuries (Classifi cation and Dating) . PhD Thesis. Moscow.|
|Dissertation||(Podosenova, 2009)||Podosenova, Yu. A. 2009. Temple Ornaments of the Perm Cis- Urals Population in the Middle Ages. PhD Diss. Perm.|
|Exhibition catalogue||(Alexander the Great…, 2007)||Alexander the Great. Path to the East. Exhibition Catalogue. 2007. In Gurvits, I. F. (ed.). Saint Petersburg: State Hermitage Museum|
|Catalogue of collections||(Monuments…, 2006)||Monuments of Byzantine Ornamental Art from 4 th –7 th Centuries. Catalogue of the Collection. 2006. In Zalesskaya, V. N. (comp.). Saint Petersburg: State Hermitage Museum.|
|Reference (or part of it) in a language using non-European writing (e.g., Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Armenian, Georgian, Indian, etc.) *||(Yang Jianhua, 2004)||杨建华 (Yang Jianhua). 2004. 春秋战国时期中国北方文化 带的形成 ( Forms of the Northern Cultural Belt of China in the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Periods). Beijing: Wenwu chubanshe (in Chinese).|
|(Yang Jianhua, 2004)||Yang Jianhua. 2004. Chunqiu-Zhanguo shiqi Zhongguo beifang wenhuadaide xingcheng (Forms of the Northern Cultural Belt of China in the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Periods) . Beijing: Wenwu chubanshe (in Chinese).|
|The same without indicating the author||(Zhongguo kaoguxue, 2003)||Zhongguo kaoguxue: Xia-Shang [Archaeology of China: Xia and Shang Epochs] . 2003. Beijing: Zhongguo shehui kexue chubanshe (in Chinese).|
|(Archaeology of China…, 1978)||中国考古学：夏—商 [ Archaeology of China: Xia and Shang Epochs]. 1978. Beijing: Zhongguo shehui kexue chubanshe (in Chinese).|
|Reference to a Classical author (ancient or medieval, with accepted numbering)||(Strab. I, 3)||—
Note*: A specifi c edition shall be indicated only if it has some relevant features (e.g., it contains different versions of translation)
|Editions of classical ancient literary sources in the original language||(Liv. XXVI, 47, 2)||Livius Titus. History: In 13 volumes with an English translation by B. O. Fister. London: Harvard Univ. Press, 1926–1943.|
|(Herod. Hist. IV, 2).||Herodotus. 1893. Historia. Berlin: Typis et impensis G. Reimeri.|
|Reference to the Bible||(Genesis 2:15)||—
Note*: No specifi c edition needs to be indicated
|IReference to the Quran||(Quran 4: 10 (9)||—
Note*: No specifi c edition needs to be indicated
|Picture caption|| (Fig. 2)
(Fig. 4: 1, 5, 7—9)
|Fig. 2. Plan, façade and a fragment of mihrab. Croquis. 1928.
Author unknown (Shchusev State Museum of Architecture,
1928, Archive 1233/3: F. 31. Op. 32. C. 1. Sheet 3).
Fig. 4. Mosques in Asia Minor, Seljuk period (12th — 13th centuries): 1 – in Divrigi; 2 – in Beyshekhir; 3 – in Kayseri; 4 – in Afyonkarahisar; 5 – in Nigde; 6 – Sahib Ata in Konye; 7 – in Malatye; 8 – in Kharput; 9 – Hunat-Hatun Mosque-Madrasa in Kayseri (after Р. Хилленбранд).
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