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Is archaeology only ideologically biased rhetoric? A report of WAC Inter-Congress on the Destruction and Conservation of Cultural Property, Brač, Croatia, May 1998

  • Pedro Paulo A. Funari (a1) and Irina Podgorny (a2)

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Is archaeology only ideologically biased rhetoric? A report of WAC Inter-Congress on the Destruction and Conservation of Cultural Property, Brač, Croatia, May 1998

  • Pedro Paulo A. Funari (a1) and Irina Podgorny (a2)

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