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There are currently 29 references in this directory beginning with the letter S.

SAMAD, R.-U. 2011.
The Grandeur of Gandhara: The Ancient Buddhist Civilization of the Swat, Peshawar, Kabul and Indus Valleys, New York: Algora Publishing.

SAYER, D. 2020.
Early Anglo-Saxon Cemeteries: Kinship, Community and Identity, Manchester: Manchester University Press.

SCHAFER, E. H. 1985.
The golden peaches of Samarkand: a study of T’ang exotics, Berkeley: University of California Press.

SCHOPEN, G. 2006.
The Buddhist "Monastery" and the Indian Garden: Aesthetics, Assimilations, and the Siting of Monastic Establishments. Journal of the American Oriental Society, 126, 487-505.

SCULL, C. & THOMAS, G. 2020.
Early Medieval Great Hall Complexes in England: Temporality and Site Biographies. Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 22, 50-67.

New light on Rendlesham: lordship and landscape in East Anglia, 400-800. The Historian, 139, 6-11.

SCULL, C. 2020.
Rendlesham and the East Anglian Kingdom [Online]. Available: [Accessed 6 April 2022].

Social and economic complexity in early medieval England: a central place complex of the East Anglian kingdom at Rendlesham, Suffolk. Antiquity, 90, 1594-1612.

Before and beyond the image: aniconic symbolism in Buddhist art. Artibus Asiae. Supplementum, 45, 3-107.

SECKER, D. 2019.
The Church of SS Peter and Paul, West Mersea, Essex: An Anglo-Saxon Minster on a Major Roman Villa Site. Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 172, 1-23.

SELAND, E. H. J. A. R. O. W. H. 2016.
The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea: a network approach. Asian Review of World Histories, 4, 191-205.

SELIGSON, J. (ed.) 2017.
Paths to perfection: Buddhist art at the Freer/Sackler, Washington DC: Freer/Sackler.

SEMPLE, S. 2014.
Perceptions of the prehistoric in Anglo-Saxon England: religion, ritual, and rulership in the landscape, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

SHARF, R. H. 1999.
On the Allure of Buddhist Relics. Representations, 75-99.

SHAW, J. 2013.
Buddhist Landscapes in Central India: Sanchi Hill and Archaeologies of Religious and Social Change, C. Third Century BC to Fifth Century AD, Walnut Creek: Taylor & Francis Group.

SHAW, M. E. 2006.
Buddhist goddesses of India, Princeton: Princeton University Press.

SHIN, M. J. (ed.) 2014.
Korean history in maps, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

SHOICHI, I. 2000.
The interpretation of ancient Japanese architecture: focusing on links with world history. Japan Review 129-144.

SINDBAEK, S. & TRAKADAS, A. (eds.) 2014.
The World in the Viking Age, Roskilde: The Viking Ship Museum.

SINDBÆK, S. M. 2007.
The Small World of the Vikings: Networks in Early Medieval Communication and Exchange. Norwegian Archaeological Review, 40, 59-74.

SKILTON, A. 1997.
A concise history of Buddhism, Birmingham: Windhorse Publications.

SMITH, J. M. H. 2010.
Rulers and Relics c .750- c. 950: Treasure on Earth, Treasure in Heaven, Past & Present, 206, 73-96.

STÄCKER, J. 2003.
The cross goes north: Christian symbols and Scandinavian Women. In M. Carver (ed.). The Cross goes North. Processes of Conversion in Northern Europe AD 300 – 1300: 463–483, Woodbridge: The Boydell Press.

STEIGEMANN, C., KROKER, M. & WALTER, W. (eds.) 2013.
Credo: Christianisirung Europa sim Mittelalter (3 vols), Petersberg: Michael Imhof.

STEIN, B. 2016.
Granulation and the Tree of Life: How Goldsmithing Techniques and Religious Beliefs Connect the Far East with the West. Conference: Seventh Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology.

STEINHAUS, W. & KANER, S. (eds.) 2016.
An illustrated companion to Japanese archaeology, Oxford: Archaeopress.

Oriental Star Maps. Symposium - International Astronomical Union, 133, 11-22.

STONE, J. I. & WALTER, M. N. 2008.
Death and the Afterlife in Japanese Buddhism, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

STRONG, J. S. & TEISER, S. 2004.
Relics of the Buddha, Princeton University Press.