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Carchemish in context: The Land of Carchemish Project, 2006-2010 cover
T.J. Wilkinson, Edgar Peltenburg & Eleanor Barbanes Wilkinson (ed.)
Carchemish in context: The Land of Carchemish Project, 2006-2010
2016. xi+238 pages, numerous colour and b&w illustrations. Oxford & Philadelphia (PA): Oxbow; 978-1-78570-111-5 hardback £45..
Something out of the ordinary? Interpreting diversity in the Early Neolithic Linearbandkeramik and beyond cover
Luc Amkreutz, Fabian Haack, Daniela Hofmann & Ivo van Wijk (ed.)
Something out of the ordinary? Interpreting diversity in the Early Neolithic Linearbandkeramik and beyond
2016. xxi+515 pages, numerous b&w illustrations, 10 tables. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars; 978-1-4438-8604-8 hardback £62.99..
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J.V.S. Megaw in Antiquity 40 (1966), 38-44.

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