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Contexts for cruciforms: figurines of prehistoric Cyprus

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2015

Lindy Crewe
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Department of Archaeology, University of Edinburgh, Old High School, Edinburgh EH1 1LT, Scotland. lcrewe@hsy1.ssc.ed.ac.uk, e.peltenburg@ed.ac.uk, sspanou@hsy1.ssc.ed.ac.uk
Edgar Peltenburg
Affiliation:
Department of Archaeology, University of Edinburgh, Old High School, Edinburgh EH1 1LT, Scotland. lcrewe@hsy1.ssc.ed.ac.uk, e.peltenburg@ed.ac.uk, sspanou@hsy1.ssc.ed.ac.uk
Sorina Spanou
Affiliation:
Department of Archaeology, University of Edinburgh, Old High School, Edinburgh EH1 1LT, Scotland. lcrewe@hsy1.ssc.ed.ac.uk, e.peltenburg@ed.ac.uk, sspanou@hsy1.ssc.ed.ac.uk

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