JESHO

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JESHOJournal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient
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Hall, 'Local and international trade and traders in the Straits of Melaka region: 600-1500', JESHO 47, 2 (2004): 231-2, 234, 247, 251; Kenneth R.
12) Elizabeth Lambourn, 'Tombstones, texts, and typologies: Seeing sources for the early history of Islam in Southeast Asia', JESHO 51, 2 (2008): 252-86; Kenneth R.
Innovation in textile usage in Angkorian period in Cambodia', JESHO 43, 3 (2000): 277-313; Zhou Daguan's account regards the fabric from the 'Western Seas' (thought to refer to parts of India) as the most refined.
42) Shawn McHale, '"Texts and bodies': Refashioning the disturbing past of Tran Vietnam (1225-1400)', JESHO, 42, 4 (1999): 503-9; Tran Quoc Vu'o'ng, 'Traditions, acculturation, renovation: The evolutional pattern of Vietnamese culture', in Marr and Milner ed.
Death by Fire in Ancient Egypt," JESHO 27 (1984): 199-206; Erik Hornung.
Heck, "Gold Mining in Arabia and the Rise of the Islamic State," JESHO 42 (1999): 363ff.
McCoy, JESHO 40 [1997]: 107-16), reprinted in two parts as an updated paperback edition (Cambridge, 1999), where actually three relevant essays are found on "Religion and AntiColonial Movements," "Nationalism and Modernist Reform" (II.
Harris in her review of CT 48 in JESHO 13 (1970): 316.
Edzard documents the change from silver to gold as a unit of account in Kassite Babylonia and its dependence on Egyptian gold: "Die Beziehungen Babyloniens und Agyptens in der mittelbabylonischen Zeit und das Gold," JESHO 3 (1960): 37-55.
A number are mentioned in my JESHO review and in that by J.
In conjunction with a fiscal analysis of this trust in JESHO 38.
van Driel, "The Murasus in Context," JESHO 32 (1989): 227, n.