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Archaeological Theory: Who Sets the Agenda? (New Directions in Archaeology)

Archaeological Theory: Who Sets the Agenda? (New Directions in Archaeology)

Archaeological Theory: Who Sets the Agenda? (New Directions in Archaeology)
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Archaeological Theory: Who Sets the Agenda? (New Directions in Archaeology)

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0521440149
ISBN 13
9780521440141
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1993-07-30. VeryGood. Crisp, clean pages.

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Schwabe Books US (US)
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Title
Archaeological Theory: Who Sets the Agenda? (New Directions in Archaeology)
Book condition
Used - VeryGood
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1
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0521440149
ISBN 13
9780521440141
Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Place of Publication
New York , Ny, U.s.a.
Date Published
1993-07-30
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