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Resourcing Stonehenge: patterns of human, animal and goods mobility in the late Neolithic

Resourcing Stonehenge: patterns of human, animal and goods mobility in the late Neolithic
Resourcing Stonehenge: patterns of human, animal and goods mobility in the late Neolithic
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28-44
Oxbow
Chan, Benjamin
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Viner, Sarah
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Parker Pearson, Mike
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Albarella, Umberto
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Ixer, Rob
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Leary, Jim
Kaborn, Thomas
Chan, Benjamin
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Viner, Sarah
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Parker Pearson, Mike
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Albarella, Umberto
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Ixer, Rob
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Kaborn, Thomas

Chan, Benjamin, Viner, Sarah, Parker Pearson, Mike, Albarella, Umberto and Ixer, Rob (2016) Resourcing Stonehenge: patterns of human, animal and goods mobility in the late Neolithic. In, Leary, Jim and Kaborn, Thomas (eds.) Moving on in Neolithic Studies: Understanding mobile lives. (Neolithic Studies Group Seminar Papers, 14) Oxford. Oxbow, pp. 28-44.

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Published date: 2016

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/413881
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