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[P A J Attema;] Brings together a number of case studies in the landscape archaeology of South and Central Italy by distinguished scholars writing from first-hand experience. Mid 2nd to Late 1st Millenium BC Year: ISBN: Pages: VIII p.
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Risultati e problemi di alcune prospettive di studio della centralizzazione e urbanizzazione di fase protostorica in Italia. In Attema,P. (ed.), Centralization, Early Urbanization and Colonization in First Millenium BC Italy and Greece (pp.1–28).
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