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New evidence on the final neolithic occupation of the sandy lowlands of Belgium: the Waardamme 'Vijvers' site, West Flanders

F Demeyere, Jean Bourgeois UGent and Philippe Crombé UGent (2006) ARCHAOLOGISCHES KORRESPONDENZBLATT. 16. p.179-194
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journal title
ARCHAOLOGISCHES KORRESPONDENZBLATT
Archaol. Korrespondenzbl.
volume
16
pages
179 - 194
ISSN
0342-734X
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A2
VABB id
c:vabb:200750
VABB type
VABB-1
id
367421
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-367421
date created
2007-05-24 15:49:00
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2011-09-23 13:23:22
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  author       = {Demeyere, F and Bourgeois, Jean and Cromb{\'e}, Philippe},
  issn         = {0342-734X},
  journal      = {ARCHAOLOGISCHES KORRESPONDENZBLATT},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {179--194},
  title        = {New evidence on the final neolithic occupation of the sandy lowlands of Belgium: the Waardamme 'Vijvers' site, West Flanders},
  volume       = {16},
  year         = {2006},
}

Chicago
Demeyere, F, Jean Bourgeois, and Philippe Crombé. 2006. “New Evidence on the Final Neolithic Occupation of the Sandy Lowlands of Belgium: The Waardamme ‘Vijvers’ Site, West Flanders.” Archaologisches Korrespondenzblatt 16: 179–194.
APA
Demeyere, F, Bourgeois, J., & Crombé, P. (2006). New evidence on the final neolithic occupation of the sandy lowlands of Belgium: the Waardamme “Vijvers” site, West Flanders. ARCHAOLOGISCHES KORRESPONDENZBLATT, 16, 179–194.
Vancouver
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Demeyere F, Bourgeois J, Crombé P. New evidence on the final neolithic occupation of the sandy lowlands of Belgium: the Waardamme “Vijvers” site, West Flanders. ARCHAOLOGISCHES KORRESPONDENZBLATT. 2006;16:179–94.
MLA
Demeyere, F, Jean Bourgeois, and Philippe Crombé. “New Evidence on the Final Neolithic Occupation of the Sandy Lowlands of Belgium: The Waardamme ‘Vijvers’ Site, West Flanders.” ARCHAOLOGISCHES KORRESPONDENZBLATT 16 (2006): 179–194. Print.