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1. Atwood C. Sneath D."Titles, appanages, marriages, and officials: a comparison of political forms in the Zünghar and thirteenth century Mongol empires" Imperial Statecraft: Political forms and techniques of governance in Inner Asia, sixth–twentieth centuries 2006 Bellingham (WA) Western Washington University 207 242
2. Di Cosmo N. Brosseder U., Miller B.K."Ethnogenesis, coevolution and political morphology of the earliest steppe empire: the Xiongnu question revisited" Xiongnu Archaeology: Multidisciplinary perspectives of the first steppe empire in Inner Asia 2011 Bobb Vor- und Frühgeschichtliche Archäologie, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn 35 48 Bonn Contributions to Asian Archaeology 5
3. Grant B. The Captive and the Gift: Cultural histories of sovereignty in Russia and the Caucasus 2009 Ithaca (NY) & London Cornell University Press
4. Sneath D. The Headless State: Aristocratic orders, kinship society, and misrepresentations of nomadic Inner Asia 2007 New York Columbia University Press

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