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Kidd, F. and S. Stark, (eds). The Oxford Handbook of Central Asian Archaeology. Oxford University Press (in preparation).
Kidd, F. and E. Baker Brite, “Colour in context: status indicators and elite dress in pre-Islamic Central Asia”. Arts Asiatiques 70, (2015) 33-48
Gascoigne, A., D. Thomas and F. Kidd, "In the Trenches: Rescue Archaeology at the Bala Hissar, Kabul". Iran 51, (2013) 151-196.
Kidd, F. , “The procession scene at Akchakhan-kala”. Parthica 14, (2012) 69-92.
Kidd, F. , “Complex connections: figurative art from Akchakhan-kala and the problematic question of relations between Khorezm and Parthia”. Topoi. Orient-Occident, 17, 1, (2011) 229-276.
Kidd, F. and A. Betts, “Entre le fleuve et la steppe: nouvelles perspectives sur le Khorezm ancien” in Comptes Rendus des Seances de l'Academie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres, (2010), 637-686.
Yagodin, V., A. Betts, F. Kidd, E. Baker Brite, Sh. Amirov, V. N. Yagodin and G. Fray, (2009), “Karakalpak-Australian Excavations in Ancient Chorasmia. An Interim Report on the Kazakly-yatkan Wall Paintings: the ‘portrait’ gallery.” Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology 4: 7-42.
Kidd, F., M. Negus-Cleary, V. N. Yagodin, A. Betts and E. Baker Brite, “Ancient Chorasmian mural art.” Bulletin of the Asia Institute 18:(2008)  69-95.
Kidd, F., “Costume from the Samarkand region of Sogdiana, 2nd-1st century BC – 4th century CE.” Bulletin of the Asia Institute 17: (2007)  35-70.
Kidd, F., “A bone pin from Kazakl’i-yatkan/Akcha-khan kala, Chorasmia.” Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology 2: (2007), 21-27.