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CTR publications 2005

PR=peer reviewed
CO=with co-authors outside CTR

Articles in journals

2005, Sergei Polin, Nancy de Grummond, Margarita Gleba, Liudmila Chernyh & Marina Daragan, “Ukrainian-American Scythian Kurhan Project. First Season of Work”, Archaeological Researches in Ukraine 2003-2004, Zaporizzhia: Dyke Pole, 252-257. (in Russian) (CO)
2005, Judit Pásztókai-Szeőke, “A 6 sírban talált textilmaradványok leírása”, Budapest Régiségei 39, 115 (in Hungarian). (PR)


Articles in conference proceedings

2005, Ulla Mannering, “Dress in Scan
dinavian Iconography of the 5-10th centuries A.D.”, in I. J. Maik (ed.), Priceless Invention of Humanity – Textiles, NESAT VIII. Acta Archaeologica Lodziensia Nr. 50/1. Łódź, 67-74. (PR)
2005, Eva Andersson Strand, “Textile production in Scandinavia, Household Needs or Organised Workshops?”, in Pritchard, F., Wild, J. P. (eds) Northern Archaeological Textiles, NESAT VII, Oxford. 44-50. (PR)
2005, Eva Andersson Strand, “The Reconstruction of Archaeological Textiles, a Source Critical Approach”, in I. J. Maik (ed.), Priceless Invention of Humanity – Textiles, NESAT VIII, Acta Archaeologica Lodziensia Nr. 50/1. Łódź, 195-197. (PR)
2005, Sergei Polin, Nancy de Grummond, Margarita Gleba, Liudmila Chernih & Marina Daragan, “The first campaign of Alexandropol barrow renewed excavations”, in The Phenomenon of Bosporan Kingdom, Proceedings of the International Conference, Saint Petersburg: the State Hermitage Museum Editors House, 272-282. (CO) (in Russian)

Other publications: reviews, introductions, dissemination of knowledge

2005, Ulla Mannering, “Nyt center for tekstilforskning”, Arkæologisk Forum 12, 26-28. (PR)
2005, Sergei Polin, Nancy de Grummond, Margarita Gleba, Liudmila Chernih & Marina Daragan, Отчет о работе совместной Скифской Украинско-американской экспедиции ИА НАНУ и университета штата Флорида в 2004 г. (Report on the work of American-Ukrainian Scythian Kurhan Project in 2004). Kiev: Institute of Archaeology (in Russian), (CO)