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John R. Stewart, An Evolutionary Study of some Archaeologically Significant Avian Taxa in the Quaternary of the Western Palaearctic. (Oxford: Archaeopress [British Archaeological Reports S1653], 2007, xix+272 pp., 217 figures, 108 tables, pbk, ISBN 978 140 730089 4) - Erika Gál, Fowling in Lowlands. Neolithic and Chalcolithic Bird Exploitation in South-East Romania and the Great Hungarian Plain. (Budapest: Archaeolingua [Series Minor 24], 2007, 149 pp., 14 figures, 5 maps in colour, 12 tables, 2 photographic plates, pbk, ISBN 978 963 8046 85 7)

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John R. Stewart, An Evolutionary Study of some Archaeologically Significant Avian Taxa in the Quaternary of the Western Palaearctic. (Oxford: Archaeopress [British Archaeological Reports S1653], 2007, xix+272 pp., 217 figures, 108 tables, pbk, ISBN 978 140 730089 4) - Erika Gál, Fowling in Lowlands. Neolithic and Chalcolithic Bird Exploitation in South-East Romania and the Great Hungarian Plain. (Budapest: Archaeolingua [Series Minor 24], 2007, 149 pp., 14 figures, 5 maps in colour, 12 tables, 2 photographic plates, pbk, ISBN 978 963 8046 85 7)

  • László Bartosiewicz (a1)

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