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Archaeological Sediments and Soils: Analysis, Interpretation by Anthony J Barham,Richard I Macphail

By Anthony J Barham,Richard I Macphail

a set of papers concentrating on the hyperlinks among archaeology and the learn of geological sediments and soils.

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