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J. Lacarrière, Q. Goffette, Ivan Jadin, C. Peschaux, H. Salomon and N. Goutas (2020)

A review of the Gravettian collections from the excavation of Maisières "Canal" (Prov. of Hainaut, Belgium). A combined study of fossil and non-fossil animal resources for alimentary and technical exploitation

In: North-Western Europe during the Gravettian. Contributions of recent research to the understanding of the societies and their environments. Symposium of University of Liège, 12-13 April 2018, ed. by Noiret P., Touzé O., Salomon H. & Goutas N. . Liège-Bruxelles, PULg, ERAUL, 144 – Anthropologica et Praehistorica, 129, chap. -, pp. 19 p. + 7 fig. + 5 tabl.

ULg Publication(s), RBINS Collection(s), Proceedings, Peer Review, International Redaction Board

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