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Research Papers 13 "Rethinking
the Italian Neolithic" is a special issue.
It publishes the specialist workshop held at the UCL Institute
of Archaeology in May 2010, with the addition of some
invited papers. Publication will be during 2013.
Houses at Morgantina:
(Excavations on the Cittadella of Morgantina in Sicily,
A New Book by Robert Leighton
for details, see Publications
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Literacy in Social Context: a new book containing
papers from this Conference is being prepared for publication.
We are working hard, so please be patient!
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