Stone-worker's progress: a study of stone implements in the Pitt Rivers Museum
Author(s): Francis Howe Seymour Knowles
Reprint from 1953.
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Stone-worker's progress: a study of stone implements in the Pitt Rivers Museum. Francis Howe Seymour Knowles. Occasional Papers on Technology. Oxford: Pitt Rivers Museum. 1976 ( tDAR id: 421447)
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