UTREES: University Theses in Russian, Soviet and East European Studies 1907--

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PHILIP ALLSWORTH-JONES. 1975. The Palaeolithic 'Leafpoint' assemblages in Central and South-Eastern Europe. PhD thesis. Cambridge. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 0.09%
C.G. CUMBERPATCH. 1992. The production and circulation of Late Iron Age slip decorated pottery in Central Europe [Czechoslovakia, Transdanubian Hungary and Poland]. Ph.D. thesis. Sheffield. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 67.13%
G.L. DUNCAN. 1985. The monetary system of the later Roman Empire, with special reference to coin circulation in the Danubian and Balkan provinces, 294-578 AD. Ph.D. thesis. London (Inst Archaeol). Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 65.93%
MIKOŁAJ W. LISOWSKI. 2019. The identification of Jewish patterns of food preparation and consumption: A zooarchaeological approach to the medieval and early modern evidence from Central-Eastern Europe. PhD thesis. Sheffield. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 0.37%
L. MULVIN. 1999. Late Roman villas in the Danube-Balkan region. Ph.D. thesis. TC Dublin. Added by: gerard  v    Pop. 44.84%
A. PYDYN. 1997. The social and cultural impact of exchange, trade and interregional contacts in the transition from the late Bronze Age to the early Iron Age in Central Europe. D.Phil. thesis. Oxford. Last edited by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 34.62%
RUTH TRINGHAM. 1966. The Earlier Neolithic in Central Europe: A study of the linear pottery cultures and their relationships with the contemporary cultures of South-East Europe. PhD thesis. Edinburgh. Added by: Gregory Walker  v    Pop. 0.09%
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