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Macrolithic stone artefacts from Swifterbant and Michelsberg Culture sites in the Lower Scheldt valley (NW Belgium) and their significance for understanding interregional contact and exchange during the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition

Liesbeth Messiaen (UGent) , Tim De Kock (UGent) , Roland Dreesen (UGent) , Eric Goemaere and Philippe Crombé (UGent)
(2019) NOTAE PRAEHISTORICAE. 38. p.139-148
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The roles of demic diffusion and/or local adoption in the transitions toward agropastoral Neolithic lifeways in the sandy lowland of Belgium
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Neolithization, raw material procurement, macrolithic tools, Swifterbant culture, Michelsberg Culture, lithics

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MLA
Messiaen, Liesbeth, et al. “Macrolithic Stone Artefacts from Swifterbant and Michelsberg Culture Sites in the Lower Scheldt Valley (NW Belgium) and Their Significance for Understanding Interregional Contact and Exchange during the Mesolithic-Neolithic Transition.” NOTAE PRAEHISTORICAE, vol. 38, 2019, pp. 139–48.
APA
Messiaen, L., De Kock, T., Dreesen, R., Goemaere, E., & Crombé, P. (2019). Macrolithic stone artefacts from Swifterbant and Michelsberg Culture sites in the Lower Scheldt valley (NW Belgium) and their significance for understanding interregional contact and exchange during the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition. NOTAE PRAEHISTORICAE, 38, 139–148.
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Messiaen, Liesbeth, Tim De Kock, Roland Dreesen, Eric Goemaere, and Philippe Crombé. 2019. “Macrolithic Stone Artefacts from Swifterbant and Michelsberg Culture Sites in the Lower Scheldt Valley (NW Belgium) and Their Significance for Understanding Interregional Contact and Exchange during the Mesolithic-Neolithic Transition.” NOTAE PRAEHISTORICAE 38: 139–48.
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Messiaen, Liesbeth, Tim De Kock, Roland Dreesen, Eric Goemaere, and Philippe Crombé. 2019. “Macrolithic Stone Artefacts from Swifterbant and Michelsberg Culture Sites in the Lower Scheldt Valley (NW Belgium) and Their Significance for Understanding Interregional Contact and Exchange during the Mesolithic-Neolithic Transition.” NOTAE PRAEHISTORICAE 38: 139–148.
Vancouver
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Messiaen L, De Kock T, Dreesen R, Goemaere E, Crombé P. Macrolithic stone artefacts from Swifterbant and Michelsberg Culture sites in the Lower Scheldt valley (NW Belgium) and their significance for understanding interregional contact and exchange during the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition. NOTAE PRAEHISTORICAE. 2019;38:139–48.
IEEE
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L. Messiaen, T. De Kock, R. Dreesen, E. Goemaere, and P. Crombé, “Macrolithic stone artefacts from Swifterbant and Michelsberg Culture sites in the Lower Scheldt valley (NW Belgium) and their significance for understanding interregional contact and exchange during the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition,” NOTAE PRAEHISTORICAE, vol. 38, pp. 139–148, 2019.
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  author       = {Messiaen, Liesbeth and De Kock, Tim and Dreesen, Roland and Goemaere, Eric and Crombé, Philippe},
  issn         = {0774-3327},
  journal      = {NOTAE PRAEHISTORICAE},
  keywords     = {Neolithization,raw material procurement,macrolithic tools,Swifterbant culture,Michelsberg Culture,lithics},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {139--148},
  title        = {Macrolithic stone artefacts from Swifterbant and Michelsberg Culture sites in the Lower Scheldt valley (NW Belgium) and their significance for understanding interregional contact and exchange during the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition},
  volume       = {38},
  year         = {2019},
}