Publications (MILWAYS)




Publications (Margins or Nodes?):

Motuzaite Matuzeviciute, G., Hermes, T.R., Mir-Makhamad, B., Tabaldiev, K., 2020. Southwest Asian cereal crops facilitated high-elevation agriculture in the central Tien Shan during the mid-third millennium BCE. Plos one15(5), p.e0229372.

Luneau, E., Ferreras, V.M., Abdykanova, A., Tabaldiev, K. and Matuzeviciute, G.M., 2020. The first combined archaeological and archaeometric analyses on Bronze Age pottery from Kyrgyzstan (Uch Kurbu site). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports31, p.102302.

Motuzaite Matuzeviciute, G., Tabaldiev, K., Hermes, T., Ananyevskaya, E., Grikpedis, M., Luneau, E., Merkyte, I. and Rouse, L.M., 2020. High-altitude agro-pastoralism in the Kyrgyz Tien Shan: New excavations of the chap farmstead (1065–825 cal bc). Journal of Field Archaeology45(1), pp.29-45.

Motuzaitė Matuzevičiūtė G. 2018. The Possible Geographic Margin Effect on the Delay of Agriculture Introduction into the East Baltic. Estoniai Journal of Archaeology 22: 149-162

Motuzaite Matuzeviciute, G., Abdykhanova, A., Kume, S., Nishiaki, Y., Tabaldiev, K. 2018. The Effect of Geographical Margins on Cereal Grain Size Variation: Case Study for Highlands of Kyrgyzstan. Journal of Archaeological Sciences: Reports 20: 400–410