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H. Fokkens , B.J.W. Steffens & S.F.M van As . Farmers, fishers, fowlers, hunters: knowledge generated by development-led archaeology about the Late Neolithic, the Early Bronze Age and the start of the Middle Bronze Age (2850–1500 cal BC) in the Netherlands (Nederlandse Archeologische Rapporten 53). 2016. 345 pages, numerous colour and b&w illustrations. Amersfoort: Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands; 978-90-5799-263-6 hardback.

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