Author Correction: Early Pastoral Economies and Herding Transitions in Eastern Eurasia

William Timothy Treal Taylor, Julia Clark, Jamsranjav Bayarsaikhan, Tumurbaatar Tuvshinjargal, Jessica Thompson Jobe, William Fitzhugh, Richard Kortum, Robert N. Spengler, Svetlana Shnaider, Frederik Valeur Seersholm, Isaac Hart, Nicholas Case, Shevan Wilkin, Jessica Hendy, Ulrike Thuering, Bryan Miller, Alicia R.Ventresca Miller, Andrea Picin, Nils Vanwezer, Franziska IrmerSamantha Brown, Aida Abdykanova, Daniel R. Shultz, Victoria Pham, Michael Bunce, Katerina Douka, Emily Lena Jones, Nicole Boivin

Результат исследования: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхкомментарий, выступление

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This Article contains a typographical error in the Introduction section under subheading ‘Understanding Early Horse Domestication and Transport’ where, “Historical records refer to horse-mounted warriors in western Asia by the 8th century BCE, while archaeological finds from localities like Arzhan 2 in southern Tuva show specialized horse equipment (bronze snaffle bits) and equine vertebral pathologies linked with mounted riding in Central Asia by the late 9th century BCE31.” should read: “Historical records refer to horse-mounted warriors in western Asia by the 8th century BCE, while archaeological finds from localities like Arzhan in southern Tuva show specialized horse equipment (bronze snaffle bits) and equine vertebral pathologies linked with mounted riding in Central Asia by the late 9th century BCE31.”.

Язык оригиналаанглийский
Номер статьи4536
Число страниц1
ЖурналScientific Reports
Том10
Номер выпуска1
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 6 мар 2020

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Taylor, W. T. T., Clark, J., Bayarsaikhan, J., Tuvshinjargal, T., Jobe, J. T., Fitzhugh, W., Kortum, R., Spengler, R. N., Shnaider, S., Seersholm, F. V., Hart, I., Case, N., Wilkin, S., Hendy, J., Thuering, U., Miller, B., Miller, A. R. V., Picin, A., Vanwezer, N., ... Boivin, N. (2020). Author Correction: Early Pastoral Economies and Herding Transitions in Eastern Eurasia. Scientific Reports, 10(1), [4536]. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-60516-2