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Journal Article 2010 Galloway, Charlotte Ways of seeing a Pyu, Mon and Dvaravati continuum Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association [Galloway, 2010 #28682]
Journal Article 1972 Smithies, Michael Village Mons of Bangkok Journal of the Siam Society [Smithies, 1972 #34222]
Book Section 1986 Cooler, Richard M. The use of Karen bronze drums in the royal courts and Buddhist temples of Burma and Thailand: a continuing Mon tradition? Papers from a conference on Thai studies in honor of William J. Gedney [Cooler, 1986 #24829]
Book 2000 Halliday, Robert The Mons of Burma and Thailand. Volume 1. The Talaings [Halliday, 2000 #21062]
Journal Article 2002 Gutman, Pamela The Martaban trade: an examination of the literature from the seventh century until the eighteenth century Asian Perspectives (2001) [Gutman, 2002 #32720]
Journal Article 1991 Hla, Nai Pan The major role of the Mons in Southeast Asia Journal of the Siam Society [Hla, 1991 #36704]
Journal Article 1922 Halliday, R. The funeral customs of the Mons Journal of the Siam Society [Halliday, 1922 #34101]
Thesis-PhD 2000 Fiskesjö, Nils Magnus Geir The fate of sacrifice and the making of Wa history [Fiskesjö, 2000 #36601]
Book in a Series 1984 Diffloth, Gérard The Dvaravati Old Mon Language and Nyah Kur [Diffloth, 1984 #21946]
Journal Article 2010 Ferlus, Michael The Austroasiatic vocabulary for rice: its origin and expansion Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society [Ferlus, 2010 #28627]
Journal Article 2012 Benjamin, Geoffrey The Aslian languages of Malaysia and Thailand: an assessment Language Documentation and Description [Benjamin, 2012 #27963]
Book Section 2014 Moore, Elizabeth Sampanago: "City of Serpants" and Muttama (Martaban) Before Siam: essays in art and archaeology [Moore, 2014 #22640]
Journal Article 1965 Luce, Gordon H. Rice and religion: a study of Old Mon-Khmer evolution and culture Journal of the Siam Society [Luce, 1965 #35334]
Journal Article 2002 Frasch, Tilman Review of "The Mons: a civilization of Southeast Asia" by Emmanuel Guillon Asian Perspectives (2002) [Frasch, 2002 #32707]
Journal Article 1971 Woodward, Hiram W., Jr. Review of "Mons past and present" by Sood Saengvichien Journal of the Siam Society [Woodward, 1971 #34228]
Journal Article 1973 Vickery, Michael Review of "A dictionary of the Mon inscriptions from the sixth to the sixteenth centuries, incorporating materials collected by the late C.O. Blagden" by H.L. Shorto Journal of the Siam Society [Vickery, 1973 #35154]
Journal Article 1977 Guillon, E. Recherches sur quelques inscriptions mônes. II. Tablettes trouvées dans l'état Shan Bulletin de l'École française d'Extrême-Orient [Guillon, 1977 #32077]
Journal Article 1974 Guillon, E. Recherches sur quelques incriptions Môn Bulletin de l'École française d'Extrême-Orient [Guillon, 1974 #32085]
Book in a Series 1943 Lévy, Paul Recherches préhistoriques dans la région de Mlu Prei: accompagnées de comparaisons archéologiques et suivies d'un vocabulaire français-kuy [Lévy, 1943 #21724]
Journal Article 2010 Van Roy, Edward Prominent Mon lineages from late Ayutthaya to early Bangkok Journal of the Siam Society [Van 2010 #28810]
Journal Article 1987 Luong Ninh, Oc eo va Phu Nam [ Oc Eo and Fu Nan ] Khao Co Hoc [Luong 1987 #31111]
Journal Article 1991 Bauer, Christian Notes on Mon epigraphy II Journal of the Siam Society [Bauer, 1991 #36702]
Journal Article 1991 Bauer, Christian Notes on Mon epigraphy Journal of the Siam Society [Bauer, 1991 #36703]
Book Section 1989 van Liere, W. J. Mon-Khmer approaches to the environment Culture and environment in Thailand [van 1989 #25025]
Journal Article 1930 Halliday, R. Les inscriptions môn du Siam, éditées et traduites Bulletin de l'École française d'Extrême-Orient [Halliday, 1930 #27134]
Book Section 1990 Bauer, Christian Language and ethnicity: the Mon in Burma and Thailand Ethnic groups across national boundaries in mainland Southeast Asia [Bauer, 1990 #25039]
Journal Article 1954 Seidenfade, Major Erik Kanok Nakhon, an ancient Mon settlement in northeast Siam (Thailand) and its treasures of art Bulletin de l'École française d'Extrême-Orient [Seidenfade, 1954 #32182]
Journal Article 1973 Foster, Brian L. Ethnic identity of the Mons in Thailand Journal of the Siam Society [Foster, 1973 #34216]
Journal Article 1971 Griswold, A. B. Epigraphic and Historical Studies No. 6: an inscription in Old Mon from Wieng Mano in Chieng Mai province Journal of the Siam Society [Griswold, 1971 #34232]
Book Section 2008 Guillon, Emmanuel Connexion entre cultures (l'ancien Champa et ses voisins) European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists [Guillon, 2008 #23677]