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    Abaoji, 220–221, 223 Abbas I (shah), 60 Abbasid, 196 Abkhazia, 17, 31 Achaemenid dynasty, see under Persia Afghanistan, 22, 78, 118, 330 Afrasiab, 118 Aghtamar (Church of the Holy Cross), 63 Agili-Tepe (site), 334 agro-pastoralism (agro-pastoralist), 126,

    133, 141 Ai Khanuoum, 100, 120 Ajaria, 280 Akaev, Askar, 19, 20 Akmolinsk uezd, 277 Akner, 62 Alania, 31 Albania (Albanian, Caucasian), 32, 156 Alexander the Great, 78 Alexandropol, Treaty of, 62 alien class element, 274 Almaty (Kazakhstan), 30, 122, 276 Altai Mountains, 132, 245 Althusser, 12 Altyn-depe, 19 Amu darya River, 84, 92, 117 “analogic kinship,” 207, 214 Anatolia, 86, 149 Anau, 19 Andronovo (culture), 154 Ani, 62–67 Anyang (site), 175, 177, 181, 187 Aparan II, 164 Appadurai, Arjun, 264

    Arabian Peninsula, 289 Arabic (language), 51 Aragats, Mount, 165, 171 ArAGATS (project), 158, 165, 171, 310,

    339 Aragatsiberd (site), 311 Araks River, 60 Aral Sea, 92 Ararat Plain, 60, 311 Araxes River, 147 archaeology, political use of, 6, 17, 33 Argishti I (king), 57, 68, 72 Aria, 116 Ariaramnes, 80 Arich, 164 Arkaim (site), 27, 34 Armavir, 62 Armenia (Armenian), 12, 32, 71, 75, 144,

    149, 151, 152, 158, 163, 165, 293, 303, 327

    Armenian empire, 70 Armenian Genocide, 62, 73 proto-Armenian (language), 152 Soviet Armenia, 62

    Arsaces I (king), 121 Arsaces II (king), 121 Artashat, 60, 72 Artashes I (king), 59, 70 Artaxerxes I (king), 81, 82 Artaxerxes III (king), 82 Artik, 163 Aryan myth, 17 Aryans, 22–24, 27–29, 34, 35, 142, 147,

    156

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    Asia (continent of ), 251, 259 Inner Asia, 219 South Asia, see India Southwest Asia, 289 western Asia (Middle east/near east),

    132, 155 see also Central Asia

    Assyria (Assyrian), 57, 120, 121, 367–368 Astana, 275, 279, 282 Astrakhan, 189 Attila the Hun, 205 August Capital, 218, 221 authority, 11, 13, 32 Avar, 32 Avesta (Avestan) (civilization), 22 Ayaz-kala, 118, 119 Aymyrlyg, 145, 240, 242, 248, 251, 256 Azerbaijan (Azeri), 32, 33, 75, 147, 327

    Babylonia (Babylonian), 88 Babylon, 367

    Bactria (Bactrian), 78, 82, 85 Bagratid dynasty, 60 Baifu (site), 184, 185, 186, 187 Balkars, 31 Balkash, Lake, 49 Baltik region, 196 Baode (site), 183, 185, 187 barbarians, 34, 225 Bazar-kala (site), 117, 118 Begram, 118 Behistun, 80 beifang, 175, 177, 178, 179, 181, 184–185 Beijing (China), 184 Bes Shatyr, 137 Beshbaliq ( Jimsar), 41 Bitu (site), 227 Bitubei (site), 225, 228, 231, 237 Black Lands, 189, 191, 193, 209, 215 Black Sea, 149 Bohai Sea, 219, 223 Bolsheviks, 267

    Bolshevik Revolution, 74, 263 Bolshevism (Bolshevist), 273 Bosnia (Bosniak), 149 Bourdieu, Pierre, 268–269 Brest-Livotsk, Treaty of, 279 Bronze Age, 152, 155, 283

    early (eBA), 59, 288, 352–356 Middle (MBA), 144, 154, 158, 161, 163,

    164, 170, 171, 286, 352–359 Late (LBA), 144, 154, 158, 161, 163,

    164, 165, 168, 170, 171, 303, 352 Budapest (Hungary), 352 Buddha, 221 Buddhism, 41, 52 budnye detali, 267, 269 built environment, 138 Buryatia (Buryat), 133 Butentau-kala 1 (site), 117 Buyids, 196, 204 Byzantium, 188, 203

    Byzantine, 189, 204

    caliph (see also Islamic Caliphate), 204 Çan Sarcophagus, 86 Carmania (Carmanian), 80 Carpathian Basin, 349, 358 Caspian Sea (region), 81, 147, 149, 327,

    332 northwestern Caspian, 144, 188, 189,

    197, 205, 208, 209, 210 Caucasus, 3, 11, 121, 150, 155, 188, 264,

    286, 288 eastern Caucasus, 32, 189, 194, 210, 323 northeastern Caucasus, 292–299, 326 South Caucasus (Transcaucasia), 61,

    158, 161, 163, 169, 283, 304, 331, 337–338, 347

    cenotaphs, 160, 167 Central Asia (Central Asian), 11, 12, 34, 78,

    107, 111, 113, 154, 188, 196 Central Plain (China), see Chinese Plain Chaganmulun River, 225 chaîne opératoire, 349, 361 Chang’an, 221 Chechnya (Chechen), 31, 189 Childe, V. Gordon, 265 China, People’s Republic of (PRC;

    Chinese), 4, 37, 41, 124, 144, 145, 175, 177, 219, 245

    and archaeological research, history of, 5 imperial China, 141 northeast China, 223

    Chinese (language), 51, 219, 223, 228, 238 Chinese Communist Party, 38

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    Chinese Plain (region) Central Plain, 175, 179, 181, 183, 184,

    186, 187, 223 northern Chinese Plain, 217 northeastern Chinese Plain, 217

    Chorasmia (Chorasmian), 12, 78, 82 Christianity (Christian), 152, 154, 257,

    272, 277 Russian Orthodox morality, 277

    city, 220, 223, 227, 229, 238 Commonwealth of Independent States

    (CIS), 28 community, 11 Confucius (Kongzi), 221 conical clan, 194 Cossacks (ethnic group), 275 Croatia (Croats), 149 cromlechs, 163, 169 Cucuteni-Tripolye (culture), 22 cultural province, 264 Cyrus (king), 80

    dacian, 156 daghestan (dagestani), 32, 189, 208, 286,

    326 danube River, 352 daoism (daoist), 221 darius (king), 78 debed River, 62 deng, xiaoping, 39 dilberd’zhin, 118 dingil’dzhe, 92 dintin, 245 djavakheti, 151, 152 dmanisi, 29 durkheim, emile, 270 dvin, 60 dzhanbas-kala, 118, 119

    ecbatana, 81 egalitarianism (equality), 125, 127, 140 egypt (egyptian), 86–88 elam (elamite), 82–86 elar, 164 embodied gesture, 267 embodied scale, 269 empire, 129, 131, 220 encrusted Pottery Culture, 353, 358–361

    eneolithic, 287 erebuni (Arin-Berd), 57, 68, 71 eres-kala, 118 ethnicity, 15, 152

    ethnic conflict, 11 ethnic groups, 82, 190, 193, 217, 223 ethnic hierarchy, 16 ethnic homeland, 123 ethnic nationalists, 34 ethnogenesis, 15, 20, 22, 52

    eurasia (defined), 3, 143, 175, 207, 209, 210, 216, 238, 240

    eurasian (Russian) steppe, 3, 88, 123, 131, 141, 144, 153, 177

    europe (continent of ), 147, 188 Central europe, 156 european, 251, 259 Southeast europe, 287 Tumulus phase of, 352

    excarnation, 160–161, 167

    fatherland, 148 Fatimid Caliphate, 204 Feng Prefecture (China), 224 Ferghana Valley, 134 Finland (Finns), 151 Foucault, Michel, 268 Frada from Margiana, 81 frontier, 177, 184, 219 Fuhao, Tomb of, 181, 185, 186 Füzesabony (culture), 358

    Galazov, Aksarbek, 31 Gandhara, 112, 121 Gaohong (site), 175, 183, 185 Garni, 65 Gefletepelerisi (site), 333 Gegham Mountains, 59 Geghard (site), 63, 67 Gegharot (site), 293, 311, 338–347 gender, 210 Genghis Khan, 154 geo-ethnic constructs, 264 Georgia (Georgian), 29, 31, 152 Germany, 149 Gianguny (ethnic group), 246 globalization, 153 Golestan, Treaty of, 61

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    Gonur depe (site), 118 Great Caucasus Mountains, 294 Great Hungarian Plain, 354 Greece (Greek), 88, 156, 365 Greek (language), 51 Gyaur-kala Sultanuiz-dag, 118, 119, 121 Gyulavarsánd, 354

    habitus, 351 Hajiabad, 120 Hakaniya (language), 51 Hammurabi, 367 Han (ethnic group), 38, 45, 53, 92, 221 Han dynasty, 42, 49, 52, 116, 125, 127, 245 Han Mountain, 218 Harappan Civilization, 22 harmonious society, 40 Hatra, 121 Haussmanization, 276 heartland (see also imperial heartland), 228,

    229 hegemony, 263, 267, 268, 273

    hegemonic powers, 268 Heihe Prefecture (China), 224 Henan Province, 175 Hiberno-norse, 257 hierarchy, 16, 111, 114, 124, 125, 127, 133,

    137, 140 historicity, 86 Hitler, Adolf, 156 Hnaberd (site), 165, 171, 317 Holy Land, 149 homeland, 143, 145, 150, 154, 160, 216,

    218 Heimat, 149 Prarodina, 147 Urheimat (ancestral homeland), 147, 149

    homme total, 294, 350, 355, 357 Horom (site), 163 Houjiazhuang (site), 181 household, 229, 231, 237 Hu, Jintao, 40 Hui (ethnic group), 42 Huihu (ethnic group), 50 Huihu (language), 51 Hungary, 263, 265, 352, 358 Hunno-Sarmatian period, 145, 242, 243,

    259

    Huns (ethnic group), 243, 245, 364 Hussein, Saddam, 367

    Ichan-kala (Khiva) (site), 117 identity, 54, 144 ideology, 95, 106, 157, 161, 216

    of equality, 130 Ili River, 124, 126, 136 Ilkhanid dynasty, 60 Ilyrians, 156 imagined communities, 76 imperial authority, 228 imperial heartland, 218, 238 imperial ideology, 238 inalienable possessions, 207 incorporeal dead, 160 India (South Asia), 118, 147, 289 Indo-european, 31, 152, 154 Indo-Germanen, 147, 150, 156 inequality, 128 Ingushetia (Ingush), 31 Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, 45,

    53, 175, 179, 182 Institute für Ur- und Frügeschichte, 147 invisible community, 144, 190, 192, 197 Iran (Iranian), 20, 22, 23, 29, 78, 80, 86,

    106, 188, 189, 195, 203, 205, 327, 330, 366

    northwestern Iran, 368 Iraq (Iraqi), northern, 368 Ireland, 257 Iron Age, 13, 125, 133, 140, 152, 156,

    163 Ishym River, 276 Islam, 41, 52, 195, 212, 214 Islamic Caliphate, 188, 195, 196 Israel (Israeli), 150

    West Bank, 150 Israe