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Luc Moreau, Paul Fernandes, Michael Brandl, Peter Filzmoser, Eric Goemaere, Ivan Jadin, Anne Hauzeur, Jason Day and Sally A. Gibson (ed.) (2016)

Renewed petrographical and geochemical studies of flint from secondary deposits: implications for the study of early Upper Palaeolithic raw material provisioning and land-use in the Mons Basin, Western Belgium.

Abstract book of the 22nd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA), Vilnius, Lituania, 31/08-04/09/2016, Vilnius, Lituania, vol. Abstract book(x), European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) x.

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(6.5) lithique approvisionnement, (6.2) lithique technologie, (21) archéologie expérimentale, (15) géologie, (1) généralités, (6.5) lithique matières premières, Paléolithique
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