By Amy Gazin-Schwartz,Cornelius J. Holtorf
This assortment contains theoretical discussions and case reports drawn from Western Europe, the Mediterranean and North. They discover the diversities among well known traditions on the subject of old websites and archaeological interpretations in their background and meaning.
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Archaeology and Folklore (Theoretical Archaeology Group (Tag)) by Amy Gazin-Schwartz,Cornelius J. Holtorf