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Influence from the 'groupe Rhin-Suisse-France orientale' on the pottery from the Late Bronze Age urnfields in Western Belgium. A confrontation between pottery building technology, 14C-dates and typochronology

Guy De Mulder UGent, Walter Leclercq and Mark Van Strydonck (2008) Breaking the mould: challenging the past through pottery. In BAR international series 1861. p.105-115
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book title
Breaking the mould: challenging the past through pottery
editor
Ina Berg
series title
BAR international series
volume
1861
pages
105 - 115
publisher
Archaeopress
place of publication
Oxford ; UNITED KINGDOM
ISBN
9781407303444
1407303449
language
English
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yes
classification
B2
additional info
Papers originally presented at the 3rd International Conference on Prehistoric Ceramics held in Oct. 2006 in Manchester, England).
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692839
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-692839
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2009-06-12 11:02:44
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  publisher    = {Archaeopress},
  series       = {BAR international series},
  title        = {Influence from the 'groupe Rhin-Suisse-France orientale' on the pottery from the Late Bronze Age urnfields in Western Belgium. A confrontation between pottery building technology, 14C-dates and typochronology},
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Chicago
De Mulder, Guy, Walter Leclercq, and Mark Van Strydonck. 2008. “Influence from the ‘Groupe Rhin-Suisse-France Orientale’ on the Pottery from the Late Bronze Age Urnfields in Western Belgium. A Confrontation Between Pottery Building Technology, 14C-dates and Typochronology.” In Breaking the Mould: Challenging the Past Through Pottery, ed. Ina Berg, 1861:105–115. Oxford ; UNITED KINGDOM: Archaeopress.
APA
De Mulder, Guy, Leclercq, W., & Van Strydonck, M. (2008). Influence from the “groupe Rhin-Suisse-France orientale” on the pottery from the Late Bronze Age urnfields in Western Belgium. A confrontation between pottery building technology, 14C-dates and typochronology. In I. Berg (Ed.), Breaking the mould: challenging the past through pottery (Vol. 1861, pp. 105–115). Oxford ; UNITED KINGDOM: Archaeopress.
Vancouver
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De Mulder G, Leclercq W, Van Strydonck M. Influence from the “groupe Rhin-Suisse-France orientale” on the pottery from the Late Bronze Age urnfields in Western Belgium. A confrontation between pottery building technology, 14C-dates and typochronology. In: Berg I, editor. Breaking the mould: challenging the past through pottery. Oxford ; UNITED KINGDOM: Archaeopress; 2008. p. 105–15.
MLA
De Mulder, Guy, Walter Leclercq, and Mark Van Strydonck. “Influence from the ‘Groupe Rhin-Suisse-France Orientale’ on the Pottery from the Late Bronze Age Urnfields in Western Belgium. A Confrontation Between Pottery Building Technology, 14C-dates and Typochronology.” Breaking the Mould: Challenging the Past Through Pottery. Ed. Ina Berg. Vol. 1861. Oxford ; UNITED KINGDOM: Archaeopress, 2008. 105–115. Print.