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The Meaning of the New Diggers
by Colin Renfrew, pp. 49-55 -
Excavations at Hacilar, by James Mellaart
Excavations at Hacilar
by James Mellaart
The Emergence of Civilisation
(1972) by Colin Renfrew
The Cyclades and the Aegean in the Third Millennium B.C.
(1973) by Colin Renfrew -
The Radiocarbon Revolution and Prehistoric Europe
(1974) by Colin Renfrew
A New Outline
Investigations in Orkney
(1979) by Colin Renfrew
Problems in European Prehistory
(1979) by Colin Renfrew
A Collection of 18 Papers, Each with a New Introduction and Bibliography, and an...
Antiquity and Man
(1981) by John D. Evans, Barry Cunliffe, and Colin...
Essays in Honour of Glyn Daniel
Ranking, Resource and Exchange
(1982) by Colin Renfrew and Steven Shennan
Aspects of the Archaeology of Early European Society
Archaeology and Language
(1987) by Colin Renfrew
The Puzzle of Indo-European Origins
(1991) by Colin Renfrew -
The Cycladic Spirit
(1991) by Colin Renfrew
Masterpieces from the Nicholas P. Goulandris Collection
The Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Peoples of Eastern Central Asia
(1998) by Victor H. Mair, A.N. Zhimin, Elena E. Ku...
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