Leo Klejn

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Lev Samuilovich Kleyn (Russian: Лев Самуилович Клейн; 1 July 1927 – 7 November 2019),[1] better known in English as Leo Klejn, was a Russian archaeologist, anthropologist and philologist. He was born in Vitebsk, Belarus. Klejn's first printed work was published in 1955; his first monograph in 1978.

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  1. Lebedev G. S. 1998. K 70-letyu Lva Samoylovicha Klejna. – Archeologiya Peterburga, II (1997): 5 – 9.
  2. Lebedev G. S. 1999. Varangica Problemnogo seminara L. S. Klejna. Tridcat’ let dvizheniya k Neizvestnomu gorodu na puti iz Varyag v Greki. – Stratum plus, 5: 102 – 111.
  3. Arpkheolog: detektiv i myslitel’. Sbornik statey, posvyashchenny 77-letiyu L’va Samuilovicha Klejna. Sanct-Peterburg, izdatel’stvo Sanct-Peterburgskogo unuversiteta, 2004.
  4. Lebedev G. S. 2004. L. S. Klejn i Peterburgskaya shkola rossiyskoy arkheologii. – Arkheolog: detektiv i myslitel’: 29 – 42.
  5. Kirsanov B. 2007. Lev Klejn: ne gey, no muzhchina. – Kirsanov B. Plus 31. Russkie gei, lesbianki, biseksually i transseksually. Moskva, Kvir: 66 – 73.
  6. Mosionzhnik L. 2008. Bol’shoy Klejn. – Public, June: 106 – 111.
  7. Rajakylä Maija. 2009. Neuvostoarkeologiasta ja toisinajattelijasta - Lev S. Klejnista. – Muinaistutkija, 3: 46 - 56 (abstr.: Om sovjetarkeologin och oliktänkaren - Lev S. Klejn).
  8. Slaviano-varyazhskiy seminar. Vospominaniya uchasnikov i izbrannaya bibliografiya. – L. S. Klejn. Spor o varyagakh: Istoriya protivostoyaniya i argumenty storon. Sankt-Peterburg, Evraziya, 2009: 271 – 342.
  9. Taylor, Timothy. (1993). "Conversations with Leo Klejn" (in en). Current Anthropology 34 (5): 723—735. https://www.jstor.org/stable/2744285. 

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