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China's gate to the South: Iranian and Arab merchant networks in Guangzhou during the Tang-Song transition (c.750–1050), PART II: 900–c.1050

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MLA
Schottenhammer, Angela. “China’s Gate to the South: Iranian and Arab Merchant Networks in Guangzhou During the Tang-Song Transition (c.750–1050), PART II: 900–c.1050.” AAS working papers in social anthropology = ÖAW Arbeitspapiere zur sozialanthropologie 29 (2015): 1–30. Print.
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Schottenhammer, Angela. (2015). China’s gate to the South: Iranian and Arab merchant networks in Guangzhou during the Tang-Song transition (c.750–1050), PART II: 900–c.1050. AAS working papers in social anthropology = ÖAW Arbeitspapiere zur sozialanthropologie, 29, 1–30.
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Schottenhammer, Angela. 2015. “China’s Gate to the South: Iranian and Arab Merchant Networks in Guangzhou During the Tang-Song Transition (c.750–1050), PART II: 900–c.1050.” AAS Working Papers in Social Anthropology = ÖAW Arbeitspapiere Zur Sozialanthropologie 29: 1–30.
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Schottenhammer, Angela. 2015. “China’s Gate to the South: Iranian and Arab Merchant Networks in Guangzhou During the Tang-Song Transition (c.750–1050), PART II: 900–c.1050.” AAS Working Papers in Social Anthropology = ÖAW Arbeitspapiere Zur Sozialanthropologie 29: 1–30.
Vancouver
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Schottenhammer A. China’s gate to the South: Iranian and Arab merchant networks in Guangzhou during the Tang-Song transition (c.750–1050), PART II: 900–c.1050. AAS working papers in social anthropology = ÖAW Arbeitspapiere zur sozialanthropologie. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of Social Anthropology; 2015;29:1–30.
IEEE
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A. Schottenhammer, “China’s gate to the South: Iranian and Arab merchant networks in Guangzhou during the Tang-Song transition (c.750–1050), PART II: 900–c.1050,” AAS working papers in social anthropology = ÖAW Arbeitspapiere zur sozialanthropologie, vol. 29, pp. 1–30, 2015.
@article{6979154,
  author       = {{Schottenhammer, Angela}},
  isbn         = {{978-3-7001-7880-4}},
  issn         = {{1998-507X}},
  journal      = {{AAS working papers in social anthropology = ÖAW Arbeitspapiere zur sozialanthropologie}},
  keywords     = {{Port cities,Guangzhou,Iranian and Arab merchant networks,Maritime History,China}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{1--30}},
  publisher    = {{Austrian Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of Social Anthropology}},
  title        = {{China's gate to the South: Iranian and Arab merchant networks in Guangzhou during the Tang-Song transition (c.750–1050), PART II: 900–c.1050}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1553/wpsa29}},
  volume       = {{29}},
  year         = {{2015}},
}

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