Archaeological formation processes: the representativity of archaeological remains from Danish prehistory
Eighteen papers devoted to discussion of the `representativity of archaeological remains from Danish Prehistory'. The volume is obviously an important one for Denmark, but is widely referred to for its method of approach that is applicable elsewhere. Hb, 280pp with illus. (Nat. Mus. Copenhagen, 1985)
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Early Bronze Age Burial
A Short History of Danish HENRIK THRANE Bronze Age Settlements
Legislation Concerning Ancient Iron Age
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