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Manfred K.H. Eggert & Dirk Seidensticker . Campo: archaeological research at the mouth of the Ntem River (south Cameroon) (Africa Praehistorica 31). 2016. 212 pages, 42 colour and 82 b&w illustrations. Köln: Heinrich-Barth-Institut; 978-3-927688-43-8 hardback €38.

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