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Archaeology" and Year is 2024

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The 10,000-year biocultural history of fallow deer and its implications for conservation policy - Karis H. Baker, Holly Miller, Sean Doherty, Howard W. I. Gray, Julie Daujat, Canan Çakırlar, Nikolai Spassov, Katerina Trantalidou, Richard Madgwick, Angela L. Lamb, Carly Ameen, Levent Atici, Polydora Baker, Fiona Beglane, Helene Benkert, Robin Bendrey, Annelise Binois-Roman, Ruth F. Carden, Antonio Curci, Bea De cupere, Cleia Detry, Erika Gál, Chloé Genies, Günther K. Kunst, Robert Liddiard, Rebecca Nicholson, Sophia Perdikaris, Joris Peters, Fabienne Pigière, Aleksander G. Pluskowski, Peta Sadler, Sandra Sicard, Lena Strid, Jack Sudds, Robert Symmons, Katie Tardio, Alejandro Valenzuela, Monique Van veen, Sonja Vuković, Jaco Weinstock, Barbara Wilkens, Roger J. A. Wilson, Jane A. Evans, A. Rus Hoelzel and Naomi Sykes
Type: Article | 2024

Metalithic postcards during the pandemic - Ian Dawson and Paul Reilly
Type: Book Section | 2024 | Edinburgh University Press | Item not available on this server.

Warrior stelae in context: the Cañaveral de León 2 Stela and Las Capellanías burial complex (Huelva, SW Spain) - Leonardo Garcia Sanjuan, Timoteo Rivera Jiménez, David W. Wheatley, José Antonio Lozano Rodríguez, Teodosio Donaire Romero, César González García, Raquel Montero Artús, José Ruiz, Javier Bermejo Meléndez, Miguel Ángel Rogerio-Candelera, Johan Ling and Marta Díaz-Guardamino
Type: Article | 2024 | Item not available on this server.

Pathways to Health: Through Cultures of Neighbourhoods - Joanna Sofaer, Mary Barker and Kath Woods-Townsend
Type: Monograph | 2024 | University of Southampton

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