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A geochemical study on the bitumen from Dosariyah (Saudi-Arabia): tracking Neolithic-period bitumen in the Persian Gulf

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TRADE, POTTERY, EARLY DILMUN, SEAFARING MERCHANTS, BOAT REMAINS, BC, Arabian Neolithic, Dosariyah, Bitumen, Carbon Isotope Analysis. EARLY ISLAMIC PERIOD, GCMS, KUWAIT, OMAN, UR

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Van de Velde, Thomas, Mike De Vrieze, Pieter Surmont, Samuel Bodé, and Philipp Drechsler. 2015. “A Geochemical Study on the Bitumen from Dosariyah (Saudi-Arabia): Tracking Neolithic-period Bitumen in the Persian Gulf.” Journal of Archaeological Science 57: 248–256.
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Van de Velde, Thomas, De Vrieze, M., Surmont, P., Bodé, S., & Drechsler, P. (2015). A geochemical study on the bitumen from Dosariyah (Saudi-Arabia): tracking Neolithic-period bitumen in the Persian Gulf. JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 57, 248–256.
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Van de Velde T, De Vrieze M, Surmont P, Bodé S, Drechsler P. A geochemical study on the bitumen from Dosariyah (Saudi-Arabia): tracking Neolithic-period bitumen in the Persian Gulf. JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE. 2015;57:248–56.
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Van de Velde, Thomas, Mike De Vrieze, Pieter Surmont, et al. “A Geochemical Study on the Bitumen from Dosariyah (Saudi-Arabia): Tracking Neolithic-period Bitumen in the Persian Gulf.” JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE 57 (2015): 248–256. Print.
@article{5862982,
  author       = {Van de Velde, Thomas and De Vrieze, Mike and Surmont, Pieter and Bod{\'e}, Samuel and Drechsler, Philipp},
  issn         = {0305-4403},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {248--256},
  title        = {A geochemical study on the bitumen from Dosariyah (Saudi-Arabia): tracking Neolithic-period bitumen in the Persian Gulf},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2015.03.007},
  volume       = {57},
  year         = {2015},
}

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