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A minimum age for the Qurta rock art (Upper Egypt) through luminescence dating of its sediment-cover

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Huyge, Dirk, Dimitri Vandenberghe, Morgan De Dapper, Florias Mees, Gilles Velghe, and Jan Kucera. 2010. “A Minimum Age for the Qurta Rock Art (Upper Egypt) Through Luminescence Dating of Its Sediment-cover.” In The Signs of Which Times? : Chronological and Palaeoenvironmental Issues in the Rock Art of North Africa, Abstracts, 18–18.
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Huyge, Dirk, Vandenberghe, D., De Dapper, M., Mees, F., Velghe, G., & Kucera, J. (2010). A minimum age for the Qurta rock art (Upper Egypt) through luminescence dating of its sediment-cover. The signs of which times? : chronological and palaeoenvironmental issues in the rock art of North Africa, Abstracts (pp. 18–18). Presented at the The signs of which times? : chronological and palaeoenvironmental issues in the rock art of North Africa.
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Huyge D, Vandenberghe D, De Dapper M, Mees F, Velghe G, Kucera J. A minimum age for the Qurta rock art (Upper Egypt) through luminescence dating of its sediment-cover. The signs of which times? : chronological and palaeoenvironmental issues in the rock art of North Africa, Abstracts. 2010. p. 18–18.
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Huyge, Dirk, Dimitri Vandenberghe, Morgan De Dapper, et al. “A Minimum Age for the Qurta Rock Art (Upper Egypt) Through Luminescence Dating of Its Sediment-cover.” The Signs of Which Times? : Chronological and Palaeoenvironmental Issues in the Rock Art of North Africa, Abstracts. 2010. 18–18. Print.
@inproceedings{997661,
  author       = {Huyge, Dirk and Vandenberghe, Dimitri and De Dapper, Morgan and Mees, Phlorias and Velghe, Gilles and Kucera, Jan},
  booktitle    = {The signs of which times? : chronological and palaeoenvironmental issues in the rock art of North Africa, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Brussels, Belgium},
  pages        = {18--18},
  title        = {A minimum age for the Qurta rock art (Upper Egypt) through luminescence dating of its sediment-cover},
  year         = {2010},
}