More about the Marsden manuscripts in the British Museum', JRAS, 1/2 (1949), 63-86.
Captain Joao Ribeiro and his History of Ceylon, 1622-1695', JRAS, 1/2 (1955), 1-12
A striking exception that seems to rebuff the argument of Herrenschmidt and Kellens are the western Sakas or Scythians of the Black Sea steppes--they were Iranians who did not accept Zoroastrianism (according to the Greek sources) and lived outside the area dominated by the Achaemenids (Mary Boyce, "Review of Bailey, The Culture of the Sakas," JRAS
Robinson, "Ibn al-Azraq his Ta rikh Mayyafariqin, and early Islam," JRAS
ser, 3,6 (1996): 17-18.
Smith, "The Babylonian Ritual for the Consecration and Induction of a Divine Statue," JRAS
Works of grammar and monastic law are attributed to him; his treatise on metrics, Vuttodaya, has been edited and translated twice: first by Fryer, in JRAS
Bengal (1877), 369-410, and again by R.
Bonner, "Definitions of Poverty and the Rise of the Muslim Urban Poor," JRAS
6: 3: 3 (1996), 337.
Clauson, "Al-Xwarazmi on the Peoples of Central Asia," JRAS
Amitai-Preiss, "Evidence for the Early Use of the Title ilkhan among the Mongols," JRAS
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