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Title: Paleodiet of individuals buried in the burial mound in Gabułtów


Szostek, Krzysztof

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Sprawozdania Archeologiczne Vol. 58 (2006) ; Paleodieta osób pochowanych w kurhanie w Gabułtowie


Szczepanek, Anita ; Głąb, Henryk


Instytut Archeologii i Etnologii Polskiej Akademii Nauk

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P. 465-475 : ill. ; 25 cm ; Bibliography p. 469-472 ; Text paralel in English and Polish


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