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Claudia Abatino: Exploitation and Management of Animal Resources During the Middle Iron Age, Northern Limpopo Province, South Africa

BAR Publishing, Oxford, 2021, 160 pp., ISBN 978-1407357263

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Shenjere-Nyabezi, P. Claudia Abatino: Exploitation and Management of Animal Resources During the Middle Iron Age, Northern Limpopo Province, South Africa. Afr Archaeol Rev (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10437-021-09461-7

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