When a stone tool is a dingo

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of Landscape Archaeology
EditorsBruno David, Julian Thomas
Place of PublicationWalnut Creek, California, USA
PublisherLeft Coast Press, Inc
Pages633 - 637
Number of pages5
Edition1
ISBN (Print)978-1-59874-294-7
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Bradley, J. J. (2008). When a stone tool is a dingo. In B. David, & J. Thomas (Eds.), Handbook of Landscape Archaeology (1 ed., pp. 633 - 637). Walnut Creek, California, USA: Left Coast Press, Inc.
Bradley, John James. / When a stone tool is a dingo. Handbook of Landscape Archaeology. editor / Bruno David ; Julian Thomas. 1. ed. Walnut Creek, California, USA : Left Coast Press, Inc, 2008. pp. 633 - 637
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Bradley, JJ 2008, When a stone tool is a dingo. in B David & J Thomas (eds), Handbook of Landscape Archaeology. 1 edn, Left Coast Press, Inc, Walnut Creek, California, USA, pp. 633 - 637.

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Handbook of Landscape Archaeology. ed. / Bruno David; Julian Thomas. 1. ed. Walnut Creek, California, USA : Left Coast Press, Inc, 2008. p. 633 - 637.

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Bradley JJ. When a stone tool is a dingo. In David B, Thomas J, editors, Handbook of Landscape Archaeology. 1 ed. Walnut Creek, California, USA: Left Coast Press, Inc. 2008. p. 633 - 637