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First lipid residue analysis of Early Neolithic pottery from Swifterbant (the Netherlands, ca. 4300–4000 BC)

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First lipid residue analysis of Early Neolithic pottery from Swifterbant (the Netherlands, ca. 4300–4000 BC). / Demirci, Ozge; Lucquin, Alexandre Jules Andre; Craig, Oliver Edward; Raemaekers, Daan C.M. .

In: Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, Vol. 12, 105 (2020), 26.04.2020.

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Demirci, O, Lucquin, AJA, Craig, OE & Raemaekers, DCM 2020, 'First lipid residue analysis of Early Neolithic pottery from Swifterbant (the Netherlands, ca. 4300–4000 BC)', Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, vol. 12, 105 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12520-020-01062-w

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Demirci, O., Lucquin, A. J. A., Craig, O. E., & Raemaekers, D. C. M. (2020). First lipid residue analysis of Early Neolithic pottery from Swifterbant (the Netherlands, ca. 4300–4000 BC). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 12, [105 (2020)]. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12520-020-01062-w

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Demirci O, Lucquin AJA, Craig OE, Raemaekers DCM. First lipid residue analysis of Early Neolithic pottery from Swifterbant (the Netherlands, ca. 4300–4000 BC). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences. 2020 Apr 26;12. 105 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12520-020-01062-w

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Demirci, Ozge ; Lucquin, Alexandre Jules Andre ; Craig, Oliver Edward ; Raemaekers, Daan C.M. . / First lipid residue analysis of Early Neolithic pottery from Swifterbant (the Netherlands, ca. 4300–4000 BC). In: Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences. 2020 ; Vol. 12.

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