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Doug Bailey. Breaking the Surface: An Art/Archaeology of Prehistoric Architecture (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, 338 pp., 121 illustr., pbk, ISBN 9780190611880)

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Helen Wickstead
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Kingston School of Art, Kingston University London, UK

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