Publications of Robert N. Spengler III
48, pp. 295 - 308 (2017)Linking agriculture and exchange to social developments of the Central Asian Iron Age. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology
Barley (Hordeum vulgare) in the Okhotsk culture (5th–10th century AD) of northern Japan and the role of cultivated plants in hunter–gatherer economies. PLoS One, e0174397 (2017)
Fruit from the sands: the Silk Road origins of the foods we eat. University of California Press, Oakland, CA (2019), 374 pp.
The rise and decline of the desert cities: The last stages of the BMAC at Togolok 1 (Southern Turkmenistan). In: Cultures in Contact: Central Asia as focus of trade, cultural exchange and knowledge transmission, pp. 89 - 116 (Eds. Baumer, C.; Novák, M.; Rutishauser, S.). Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden (2022)
Bronze and Iron Age urbanization in Turkmenistan: Preliminary results from the excavation of Togolok 1 on the Murghab alluvial fan. In: Urban Cultures of Central Asia from the Bronze Age to the Karakhanids: Learnings and conclusions from new archaeological investigations and discoveries ; Proceedings of the First International Congress on Central Asian Archaeology held at the University of Bern, 4–6 February 2016, pp. 63 - 72 (Eds. Baumer, C.; Novák, M.). Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden (2019)
Paleoethnobotany. In: The Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences, pp. 1 - 5 (Ed. López-Varela, S.). Wiley Blackwell, Malden, MA (2018)
18, 1, pp. 155 - 170. The history of the Fergana valley in new researches. (2021)Evolution of oasis agriculture since the Bronze Age in the Surhan-Darya Basin. In: The history of the Fergana valley in new researches, Vol.
92 (363), pp. 827 - 828 (2018)Claudia Chang. Rethinking prehistoric Central Asia: shepherds, farmers, and nomads. 2018. Abingdon & New York: Routledge; 978-1-138-73708-2 £105. Antiquity
When did the chicken cross the road: archaeological and molecular evidence for ancient chickens in Central Asia. (2022)