The early metallurgy of copper, tin and iron in Europe, as illustrated by ancient remains, and the primitive process surviving in Japan
Author(s): W Gowland
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The early metallurgy of copper, tin and iron in Europe, as illustrated by ancient remains, and the primitive process surviving in Japan. W Gowland. Archaeologia. 56 (2): 267-322. 1899 ( tDAR id: 415550)
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Ethnoarchaeology • Metal
min long: 127.652; min lat: 26.086 ; max long: 145.812; max lat: 45.486 ;
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ExArc Id(s): 1802
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