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Durham University

Department of Archaeology

Staff

Publication details for Dr Kurt Gron

Gron, K.J., Andersen, S.H. & Robson, H. (2015). Bone fragmentation as a tool for quantification and identification of taphonomic processes and their effects: the case study from Havnø, a stratified Danish “Køkkenmødding.”. In Muge 150th The 150th Anniversary of the discovery of Mesolithic Shellmiddens. Bicho, N., Detry, C., Price, T.D. & Cuhna, E. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2: 189-206.
  • Publication type: Chapter in book
  • ISSN/ISBN: 978-1443882163

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