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The ethics of sustainable archaeology

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 December 2019

Erika Guttmann-Bond*
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Independent researcher (Email: guttmann.bond@gmail.com)

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Antiquity , Volume 93 , Issue 372 , December 2019 , pp. 1666 - 1668
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Copyright © Antiquity Publications Ltd, 2019

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