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Barker, Paul T. “Mummification in the Tarim Basin”. The Journal of Indo-European Studies. 1995, vol. 23, pp 309-318.

Bergman, Folke. “Newly Discovered Graves in the Lop-nor Desert”. Geografiska Annaler, 17(1935): 44-61. Blackwell Publishing on behalf of Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography. JSTOR. Web.  25 Jan. 2010.

Clifford Coonan reports from Urumqi. “THE MYSTERY OF CHINA’S CELTIC MUMMIES ; A meeting of civilisations The discovery of European corpses thousands of miles away suggests a hitherto unknown connection between east and west in the Bronze Age :[Final Edition]. ” The Independent 28  Aug. 2006, ProQuest Newsstand, ProQuest. Web.  26 Jan. 2010.

Hadingham, Evans. “The Mummies of Xinjiang”. Discover magazine, Human Origins/Archaeology, April 1994.

Jacob, Alexander. “The Riddle of the Tarim Basin Mummies”. Mankind Quarterly. Summer 41, 4(2001): 437-446.

Knauer, Elfriede R. “A Man’s Caftan and Leggings from the North Caucasus of the Eighth to Tenth Century: A Genealogical Study”. Metropolitan Museum Journal. 36(2001):125-154. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. JSTOR. Web. 25 Jan 2010.

Mair, Victor H. “Prehistoric Caucasoid Corpses of the Tarim Basin”. The Journal of Indo-European Studies. 1995, vol 23, pp 281-307.

Mallory, J.P., and Victor H. Mair. “The Tarim Mummies”. Thames & Hudson Ltd, London, 2000.

Thornton. Christopher P., and Theodore G. Schurr. “genes, language and culture: An example from the Tarim basin”. Oxford Journal of Archaeology. Feb 2004, vol 23, issue 1, pp 83-106.

Si chou zhi lu shang wai guo tan xian jia de zu ji. English. “Footprints of foreign explorers on the Silk Road” [editor in chief Wu Dunfu] . Beijing : China Intercontinental Press, 2006.

Wood, Frances. The Silk Road: Two thousand years in the heart of Asia. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2002.

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