2 edition of Ethnoarchaeological Approaches to Mobile Campsites found in the catalog.
Ethnoarchaeological Approaches to Mobile Campsites
Clive S. Gamble
April 1991 by International Monographs in Prehistory .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||420|
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Ethnoarchaeological Approaches to Mobile Campsites: Hunter-Gatherer & Pastoralist Case Studies (Ethnoarchaeological Series) First Edition by C S Gamble (Editor), W A Boismier (Editor). Gamble, Clive and Boismier, W.A. (eds.) () Ethnoarchaeological approaches to mobile campsites: hunter gatherer and pastoralist case studies (Ethnoarchaeological Series, 1), Ann Arbor, US.
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