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.
(25) Kenneth Hall, 'Khmer commercial development and foreign contacts under Suryavarman I', JESHO 18, 3 (1975): 334-6.
(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., Southeast Asia, p.
Sasson, "Treatment of Criminals at Mari: A Survey." JESHO 20 (1977): 109.
See Goitein, "From Aden to India," JESHO 23 (1979-80): 52: "We wrapped them in canvas and your name is written on it [...
Kister, "Makkah and Tamim: (Some Aspects of Their Relations)," JESHO 8 (1965): 117-63; idem, "Some Reports Concerning Mecca from Jahiliyya to Islam," JESHO 15 (1972): 61-91; M.
Amitai-Preiss, "Ghazan, Islam and Mongol Tradition: A View from the Mamluk Sultanate," BSOAS 59 (1996): 1-10; idem, "Sufis and Shamans: Some Remarks on the Islamization of the Mongols in the Ilkhanate," JESHO 42 (1999): 27-46; J.
271: The interpretation of the sequence 7-1-7 is highly suspect; see JESHO 31: 144 n.
Bosworth, "Abu [[blank].sup.[subset]]Abdallah al-Khwarazmi on the Technical Terms of the Secretary's Art: A Contribution to the Administrative History of Mediaeval Islam' JESHO 12 (1969): 9; Sir Gerard Clauson, An Etymological Dictionary of Pre-Thirteenth-Century Turkish (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1972), 611; Gerhard Doerfer, Turkische and Mongolische Elemente im Neupersischen (Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1967), 141-79; Peter Golden, An Introduction to the History of the Turkic Peoples (Wiesbaden: Otto Harassowitz 1992), 146-49; and Rene Grousset, The Empire of the Steppes, tr.
Harris in her review of CT 48 in JESHO 13 (1970): 316.