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The bronze age / by V. Gordon Childe
Bib ID 749905
Format BookBook
Author
Childe, V. Gordon (Vere Gordon), 1892-1957
 
Edition [1st ed.]. 
Description Cambridge [Eng.] : The University Press, 1930 
xii, 258 p. : ill., map ; 20 cm. 
Series

Hallstrom Pacific Collection (Hallstrom 1954).

Notes

Includes index.

Includes bibliography.

Subjects Bronze age.  |  Bronze age -- Europe.  |  Europe -- Antiquities.

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