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Estonian Journal of Archaeology
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REVIEWS: MAKING SENSE OF THE EARLIEST CERAMICS IN NORTH-EASTERN EUROPE; pp. 164–167

Full article in PDF format | doi: 10.3176/arch.2015.2.04

Author
Valdis Bērziņš

Abstract

Henny Piezonka. Jäger, Fischer, Töpfer. Wildbeutergruppen mit früher Keramik in Nordosteuropa im 6. und 5. Jahrtausend v. Chr. (Archäologie in Eurasien, Band 30.) Habelt-Verlag, Bonn, 2015. 437 pp. ISBN 9783774939325

 


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