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Counting microliths: a reliable method to assess Mesolithic land use?

(2009) Antiquity. 83(321). p.821-830
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Crombé, Philippe, Joris Sergant, and Erick Robinson. 2009. “Counting Microliths: a Reliable Method to Assess Mesolithic Land Use?” Ed. Martin Carver. Antiquity 83 (321): 821–830.
APA
Crombé, Philippe, Sergant, J., & Robinson, E. (2009). Counting microliths: a reliable method to assess Mesolithic land use? (M. Carver, Ed.)Antiquity, 83(321), 821–830.
Vancouver
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Crombé P, Sergant J, Robinson E. Counting microliths: a reliable method to assess Mesolithic land use? Carver M, editor. Antiquity. York, UK: Antiquity, York University; 2009;83(321):821–30.
MLA
Crombé, Philippe, Joris Sergant, and Erick Robinson. “Counting Microliths: a Reliable Method to Assess Mesolithic Land Use?” Ed. Martin Carver. Antiquity 83.321 (2009): 821–830. Print.
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  author       = {Cromb{\'e}, Philippe and Sergant, Joris and Robinson, Erick},
  editor       = {Carver, Martin},
  issn         = {0003-598X},
  journal      = {Antiquity},
  keyword      = {Mesolithic radiocarbon dating},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {321},
  pages        = {821--830},
  publisher    = {Antiquity, York University},
  title        = {Counting microliths: a reliable method to assess Mesolithic land use?},
  volume       = {83},
  year         = {2009},
}

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