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The History and Geography of Human Genes: Abridged paperback Edition by L. Luca Cavalli-Sforza; Paolo Menozzi; Alberto Piazza - Paperback - August 1996 - from Magus Books and Biblio.com

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The History and Geography of Human Genes: Abridged paperback Edition

by L. Luca Cavalli-Sforza; Paolo Menozzi; Alberto Piazza

Condition: Very Good


Princeton: Princeton University Press, August 1996. Trade Paperback. Very Good. used trade paperback edition. rubbing and some scuffing to wraps; minor bumping to edges and corners; previous owner's ink name to top edge; negligible soiling to text block edges. pages are clean and unmarked. binding is tight.

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