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Workshops in Mecklenburg. Craftsmen´s traces and metal compositions reveal centres of production 1550-1100 BC

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Workshops in Mecklenburg. Craftsmen´s traces and metal compositions reveal centres of production 1550-1100 BC. / Nørgaard, Heide Wrobel.

2011. Poster session præsenteret ved 3rd Archaeometallurgy, Bochum, Tyskland.

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Nørgaard HW. 2011. Workshops in Mecklenburg. Craftsmen´s traces and metal compositions reveal centres of production 1550-1100 BC. Poster session præsenteret ved 3rd Archaeometallurgy, Bochum, Tyskland.

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Nørgaard HW. Workshops in Mecklenburg. Craftsmen´s traces and metal compositions reveal centres of production 1550-1100 BC. 2011. Poster session præsenteret ved 3rd Archaeometallurgy, Bochum, Tyskland.

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