Deep-Site Excavation Strategy As a Sampling Problem. In: Sampling in Archaeology
Author(s): James A. Brown
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Deep-Site Excavation Strategy As a Sampling Problem. In: Sampling in Archaeology. James A. Brown. Tucson: University of Arizona. 1975 ( tDAR id: 177363)
min long: -87.635; min lat: 24.396 ; max long: -79.974; max lat: 31.001 ;
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