The Use of Prehistoric Ritual and Funerary Sites in Roman Spain: Discussing Tradition, Memory and Identity in Roman Society 

  • Sanjuán L
  • González P
  • Gómez F
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García Sanjuán, L.; Lozano, F. and Garrido, P. 2008. The use of prehistoric ritual and funerary sites in Roman Spain: discussing tradition, memory and identity in Roman society, in Fenwick, C.; Wiggins, M. & Wythe, D. (Eds.): TRAC 2007. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Oxford, 1-14.

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Sanjuán, L. G., González, P. G., & Gómez, F. L. (2008). The Use of Prehistoric Ritual and Funerary Sites in Roman Spain: Discussing Tradition, Memory and Identity in Roman Society . Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal, 0(2007), 1. https://doi.org/10.16995/trac2007_1_13

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