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The later prehistory of North-west Europe: the evidence of development-led fieldwork cover
Richard Bradley, Colin Haselgrove, Marc Vander Linden & Leo Webley
The later prehistory of North-west Europe: the evidence of development-led fieldwork
2016. xviii+456 pages, 120 b&w illustrations. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-0-19-965977-7 hardback £90.
Eight human skulls in a dung heap and more. Ritual practice in the terp region of the northern Netherlands 600 BC - AD 300 cover
Annet Nieuwhof
Eight human skulls in a dung heap and more. Ritual practice in the terp region of the northern Netherlands 600 BC - AD 300
2015. (Groningen archaeolgical studies 29). 447 pages, many b&w illustrations, and several tables. Groningen: Barkhuis Publishing and University of Groningen Library; 978-9491431845 hardback €63.60 .
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