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CrossAsia-Repository, the full-text server of the Virtual Library CrossAsia is the platform for publishing and archiving research literature in Asian Studies. Academics from all over the world are offered the possibility to publish their research on all fields of Asian Studies free of charge and without access limitation.

CrossAsia is financially supported by the Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) with the aim of providing a comprehensive and qualified supply of information to researchers. Currently, there are 3,938 open access documents available on CrossAsia-Repository.

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1. Kulke, Hermann (2014) Der Maurya-Staat ( 4.-2. Jh. v. Chr.): Gesamtindisches Großreich oder Imperium? In: Imperien und Reiche in der Weltgeschichte - Epochenübergreifende und globalhistorische Vergleiche. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden 2014, pp. 503-514 (Imperien des Altertums, Mittelalterliche und frühneuzeitliche Imperien ; 1)
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2. Kulke, Hermann (2010) Ritual Sovereignty and Ritual Policy - Some Historiographic Reflections. In: State, Power, and Violence. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden 2010, pp. 603-626 (Ritual Dynamics and the Science of Ritual ; 3)
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3. Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) The Owl in Folklore. In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 42-54
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4. Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1929) The Norsemen Story of Balder the Beautiful and the Iranian Story of Asfandyar the Brazen-Bodied (Ruin-Tan). In: Anthropological papers, Part IV: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1929, pp. 55-59
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5. Modi, Jivanji Jamshedji (1924) The Monastic Institution of Burma and its Phongys, the Buddhist Priests. In: Anthropological papers, Part III: Papers Read Before the Anthropological Society of Bombay. British India Press, Bombay 1924, pp. 130-149
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