Conceptual premises in experimental design and their bearing on the use of analogy: an example from experiments on cut marks
Author(s): Manuel Domínguez Rodrigo
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Conceptual premises in experimental design and their bearing on the use of analogy: an example from experiments on cut marks. Manuel Domínguez Rodrigo. World Archaeology. 40 (1): 67-82. 2008 ( tDAR id: 422111)
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