Examples of the Reference inputs
Monographs in Russian and English:
Дубровская Д. В. Миссия иезуитов в Китае. Маттео Риччи и другие (1552–1775 гг.). М.: «Крафт+», ИВ РАН, 2001. — 200 с. [Dubrovskaya D. V. Jesuit Mission in China. Matteo Ricci and Others (1552–1775). Moscow: “Kraft+”, Institute of Oriental Studies (RAS), 2001. — 200 р. (in Russian)].
Waley A. An Introduction into the Study of Chinese Painting. London: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923. — 386 p.
Алпатов В. М., Аркадьев П. М., Подлесская В. И. Теоретическая грамматика японского языка. М.: Издательство «Наталис», 2008. Т. 1. — 560 с. [Alpatov V. M., Arkadiev P. M., Podlesskaya V. I. Theoretical Grammar of Japanese language. Moscow: “Natalis”, 2008. Vol. 1. — 560 p.].
Lobell S. E., Ripsman N. M., Taliaferro J. W. Neoclassical Realism, the State, and Foreign Policy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. — 310 p.
Articles in periodicals and collections:
Сураева Н. Г. Образ Сян-фэй в истории и живописи Дж. Кастильоне. Общество и государство в Китае. Т. XLIII. Ч. 1. Ред. А. И. Кобзев и др. М.: ИВ РАН, 2013. С. 536–545 [Suraeva N. G. Xiang-Fei’s Image in History and in the Painting of Giuseppe Castiglione. Society and State in China: V. XLIII, P. 1. Eds. A. I. Kobzev et al. Moscow: Institute of Oriental Studies, 2013. Pp. 536–545 (in Russian)].
Maddin R., Stech T., Muhly J. D., Brovarski E. Old Kingdom Models from the Tomb of Impy: Metallurgical Studies. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. 1984. 70. Pp. 33–41.
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Examples of used links in Electronic Sources Section
Посол рассказал об экономическом сотрудничестве России и Японии. РИА Новости [The Ambassador Spoke about the Economic Cooperation between Russia and Japan. RIA Novosti (in Russian)]. URL: https://ria.ru/economy/20180316/1516502059.html (accessed 10.04.2018).
Japan’s Foreign Policy that Takes a Panoramic Perspective of the World Map. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. URL: https://www.mofa.go.jp/polict/other/bluebook/2017/html/chapter2c020101.html (accessed 22.03.2018).
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Examples of the list of illustrations
Fig. 2. Svyatoslav Potabenko. Portrait of Koka A. Antonova. 1964. Private collection
Fig. 3. Meeting. 1030–1040s Mosaic. Osios Lukas Monastery in Phokis, Greece. Photo by A. V. Zakharova
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