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Another brick in the wall: fifth millennium BC earthen-walled architecture on the Channel shores

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Another brick in the wall : fifth millennium BC earthen-walled architecture on the Channel shores. / Laporte, Luc; Bizien-Jaglin, Catherine; Wattez, Julia; Guyodo, Jean-Noël; Barreau, Jean-Baptiste; Bernard, Yann; Aoustin, David; Guitton, Véronique; Hamon, Gwenaelle; Jallot, Luc; Lucquin, Alexandre Jules Andre; March, Ramiro; Marcoux, Nancy; Mens, Emmanuel; Soler, Ludovic; Werthe, Elise.

In: Antiquity, Vol. 89, No. 346, 08.2015, p. 800-817.

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Laporte, L, Bizien-Jaglin, C, Wattez, J, Guyodo, J-N, Barreau, J-B, Bernard, Y, Aoustin, D, Guitton, V, Hamon, G, Jallot, L, Lucquin, AJA, March, R, Marcoux, N, Mens, E, Soler, L & Werthe, E 2015, 'Another brick in the wall: fifth millennium BC earthen-walled architecture on the Channel shores', Antiquity, vol. 89, no. 346, pp. 800-817. https://doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2015.55

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Laporte, L., Bizien-Jaglin, C., Wattez, J., Guyodo, J-N., Barreau, J-B., Bernard, Y., Aoustin, D., Guitton, V., Hamon, G., Jallot, L., Lucquin, A. J. A., March, R., Marcoux, N., Mens, E., Soler, L., & Werthe, E. (2015). Another brick in the wall: fifth millennium BC earthen-walled architecture on the Channel shores. Antiquity, 89(346), 800-817. https://doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2015.55

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Laporte L, Bizien-Jaglin C, Wattez J, Guyodo J-N, Barreau J-B, Bernard Y et al. Another brick in the wall: fifth millennium BC earthen-walled architecture on the Channel shores. Antiquity. 2015 Aug;89(346):800-817. https://doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2015.55

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Laporte, Luc ; Bizien-Jaglin, Catherine ; Wattez, Julia ; Guyodo, Jean-Noël ; Barreau, Jean-Baptiste ; Bernard, Yann ; Aoustin, David ; Guitton, Véronique ; Hamon, Gwenaelle ; Jallot, Luc ; Lucquin, Alexandre Jules Andre ; March, Ramiro ; Marcoux, Nancy ; Mens, Emmanuel ; Soler, Ludovic ; Werthe, Elise. / Another brick in the wall : fifth millennium BC earthen-walled architecture on the Channel shores. In: Antiquity. 2015 ; Vol. 89, No. 346. pp. 800-817.

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