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Archaeology and landscape in central Italy
|Other titles||Archeologia e territorio nell"Italia centrale|
|Statement||edited by Gary Lock and Amalia Faustoferri = Archeologia e territorio nell"Italia centrale : in ricordo di John A. Lloyd / a cura di Gary Lock and Amalia Faustoferri.|
|Series||Monograph / University of Oxford School of Archaeology -- 69, Monograph (University of Oxford. School of Archaeology) -- 69.|
|Contributions||Lloyd, J. A. 1948-1999., Lock, G. R., Faustoferri, Amalia.|
|LC Classifications||DG52 .A735 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||253 p. :|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||2008428405|
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