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Title Explaining social change : studies in honour of Colin Renfrew / edited by John Cherry, Chris Scarre & Stephen Shennan.
Published Cambridge, UK : McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge ;Oakville, CT : Distributed by David Brown Book Co., c2004
Detail xiii, 239 p. ; 29 cm
Added Author Renfrew, Colin, 1937-
  Cherry, John F
  Scarre, Christopher
  Shennan, Stephen
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