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Chronology, mound-building and environment at Huaca Prieta, coastal Peru, from 13 700 to 4000 years ago

  • Tom D. Dillehay (a1) (a2), Duccio Bonavia (a3), Steven Goodbred (a4), Mario Pino (a5), Victor Vasquez (a6), Teresa Rosales Tham (a6), William Conklin (a7), Jeff Splitstoser (a8), Dolores Piperno (a9), José Iriarte (a10), Alexander Grobman (a11), Gerson Levi-Lazzaris (a1), Daniel Moreira (a12), Marilaura Lopéz (a13), Tiffiny Tung (a1), Anne Titelbaum (a14), John Verano (a14), James Adovasio (a15), Linda Scott Cummings (a16), Phillipe Bearéz (a17), Elise Dufour (a17), Olivier Tombret (a17) (a18), Michael Ramirez (a19), Rachel Beavins (a4), Larisa DeSantis (a4), Isabel Rey (a20), Philip Mink (a21), Greg Maggard (a21) and Teresa Franco (a1)...

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Chronology, mound-building and environment at Huaca Prieta, coastal Peru, from 13 700 to 4000 years ago

  • Tom D. Dillehay (a1) (a2), Duccio Bonavia (a3), Steven Goodbred (a4), Mario Pino (a5), Victor Vasquez (a6), Teresa Rosales Tham (a6), William Conklin (a7), Jeff Splitstoser (a8), Dolores Piperno (a9), José Iriarte (a10), Alexander Grobman (a11), Gerson Levi-Lazzaris (a1), Daniel Moreira (a12), Marilaura Lopéz (a13), Tiffiny Tung (a1), Anne Titelbaum (a14), John Verano (a14), James Adovasio (a15), Linda Scott Cummings (a16), Phillipe Bearéz (a17), Elise Dufour (a17), Olivier Tombret (a17) (a18), Michael Ramirez (a19), Rachel Beavins (a4), Larisa DeSantis (a4), Isabel Rey (a20), Philip Mink (a21), Greg Maggard (a21) and Teresa Franco (a1)...

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