New developments in submerged prehistoric archaeology: an overview

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New developments in submerged prehistoric archaeology: an overview. / Bailey, Geoff.

Prehistoric Archaeology of the Continental Shelf: a Global Review. ed. / Amanda M. Evans; Joseph C. Flatman; Nicholas C. Flemming. New York : Springer, 2014. p. 291-300.

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Bailey, G 2014, New developments in submerged prehistoric archaeology: an overview. in AM Evans, JC Flatman & NC Flemming (eds), Prehistoric Archaeology of the Continental Shelf: a Global Review. Springer, New York, pp. 291-300.

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Bailey, G. (2014). New developments in submerged prehistoric archaeology: an overview. In A. M. Evans, J. C. Flatman, & N. C. Flemming (Eds.), Prehistoric Archaeology of the Continental Shelf: a Global Review (pp. 291-300). Springer.

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Bailey G. New developments in submerged prehistoric archaeology: an overview. In Evans AM, Flatman JC, Flemming NC, editors, Prehistoric Archaeology of the Continental Shelf: a Global Review. New York: Springer. 2014. p. 291-300

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Bailey, Geoff. / New developments in submerged prehistoric archaeology: an overview. Prehistoric Archaeology of the Continental Shelf: a Global Review. editor / Amanda M. Evans ; Joseph C. Flatman ; Nicholas C. Flemming. New York : Springer, 2014. pp. 291-300

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