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Testing a new methodological approach to define the use of dolerite outcrops for prehistoric tool production in Mediterranean Iberia

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Testing a new methodological approach to define the use of dolerite outcrops for prehistoric tool production in Mediterranean Iberia. / Orozco KÖHLER, Teresa; Gallello, Gianni.

Raw materials exploitation in Prehistory: Sourcing, processing and distribution. ed. / Telmo Pereira; Xavier Terradas; Nuno Bicho. Vol. First 2017. ed. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017. p. 193-205 Chapter 15.

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Orozco KÖHLER, T & Gallello, G 2017, Testing a new methodological approach to define the use of dolerite outcrops for prehistoric tool production in Mediterranean Iberia. in T Pereira, X Terradas & N Bicho (eds), Raw materials exploitation in Prehistory: Sourcing, processing and distribution. 2017 edn, vol. First, Chapter 15, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, pp. 193-205.

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Orozco KÖHLER, T., & Gallello, G. (2017). Testing a new methodological approach to define the use of dolerite outcrops for prehistoric tool production in Mediterranean Iberia. In T. Pereira, X. Terradas, & N. Bicho (Eds.), Raw materials exploitation in Prehistory: Sourcing, processing and distribution (2017 ed., Vol. First, pp. 193-205). [Chapter 15] Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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Orozco KÖHLER T, Gallello G. Testing a new methodological approach to define the use of dolerite outcrops for prehistoric tool production in Mediterranean Iberia. In Pereira T, Terradas X, Bicho N, editors, Raw materials exploitation in Prehistory: Sourcing, processing and distribution. 2017 ed. Vol. First. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2017. p. 193-205. Chapter 15

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Orozco KÖHLER, Teresa ; Gallello, Gianni. / Testing a new methodological approach to define the use of dolerite outcrops for prehistoric tool production in Mediterranean Iberia. Raw materials exploitation in Prehistory: Sourcing, processing and distribution. editor / Telmo Pereira ; Xavier Terradas ; Nuno Bicho. Vol. First 2017. ed. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017. pp. 193-205

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