Introduction: framing catastrophes archaeologically

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Introduction : framing catastrophes archaeologically. / Riede, Felix; Sheets, Payson D.

Going forward by looking back: archaeological perspectives on socio-ecological crisis, response, and collapse. red. / Felix Riede; Payson Sheets. New York : Berghahn Books, 2020. s. 1-14 (Catastrophes in Context, Bind 3).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/proceedingBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

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Riede, F & Sheets, PD 2020, Introduction: framing catastrophes archaeologically. i F Riede & P Sheets (red), Going forward by looking back: archaeological perspectives on socio-ecological crisis, response, and collapse. Berghahn Books, New York, Catastrophes in Context, bind 3, s. 1-14.

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Riede, F., & Sheets, P. D. (2020). Introduction: framing catastrophes archaeologically. I F. Riede, & P. Sheets (red.), Going forward by looking back: archaeological perspectives on socio-ecological crisis, response, and collapse (s. 1-14). Berghahn Books. Catastrophes in Context Bind 3

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Riede F, Sheets PD. 2020. Introduction: framing catastrophes archaeologically. Riede F, Sheets P, red. I Going forward by looking back: archaeological perspectives on socio-ecological crisis, response, and collapse. New York: Berghahn Books. s. 1-14. (Catastrophes in Context, Bind 3).

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Riede, Felix og Payson D. Sheets "Introduction: framing catastrophes archaeologically". og Riede, Felix Sheets, Payson (red.). Going forward by looking back: archaeological perspectives on socio-ecological crisis, response, and collapse. New York: Berghahn Books. (Catastrophes in Context, Bind 3). 2020, 1-14.

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Riede F, Sheets PD. Introduction: framing catastrophes archaeologically. I Riede F, Sheets P, red., Going forward by looking back: archaeological perspectives on socio-ecological crisis, response, and collapse. New York: Berghahn Books. 2020. s. 1-14. (Catastrophes in Context, Bind 3).

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Riede, Felix ; Sheets, Payson D. / Introduction : framing catastrophes archaeologically. Going forward by looking back: archaeological perspectives on socio-ecological crisis, response, and collapse. red. / Felix Riede ; Payson Sheets. New York : Berghahn Books, 2020. s. 1-14 (Catastrophes in Context, Bind 3).

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