Title Gendered labor in specialized economies : archaeological perspectives on female and male work / edited by Sophia E. Kelly and Traci Ardren.
Published Boulder : University Press of Colorado, [2016]
Detail xii, 400 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
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Added Author Kelly, Sophia E
  Ardren, Traci,
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