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Contextualising the birth of Mediterranean archaeoseismology

Bibliographic reference Jusseret, Simon. Contextualising the birth of Mediterranean archaeoseismology. In: Antiquity : a quarterly review of world archaeology, Vol. 88, no. 341, p. 964-974 (2014)
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