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Den grubekeramiske kontakt. / Iversen, Rune.

Ressourcer og Kulturkontakter: Arkæologi rundt om Skagerrak og Kattegat. red. / Liv Appel; Kjartal Langsted. Bind 1 Gilleleje : Holbo Herreds Kulturhistoriske Centre, Gilleleje Museum , 2011. s. 9-18 (Kulturhistoriske skrifter fra Nordsjælland; Nr. 1).

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Harvard

Iversen, R 2011, Den grubekeramiske kontakt. i L Appel & K Langsted (red), Ressourcer og Kulturkontakter: Arkæologi rundt om Skagerrak og Kattegat. bind 1, Holbo Herreds Kulturhistoriske Centre, Gilleleje Museum , Gilleleje, Kulturhistoriske skrifter fra Nordsjælland, nr. 1, s. 9-18.

APA

Iversen, R. (2011). Den grubekeramiske kontakt. I L. Appel, & K. Langsted (red.), Ressourcer og Kulturkontakter: Arkæologi rundt om Skagerrak og Kattegat (Bind 1, s. 9-18). Gilleleje: Holbo Herreds Kulturhistoriske Centre, Gilleleje Museum . Kulturhistoriske skrifter fra Nordsjælland, Nr. 1

Vancouver

Iversen R. Den grubekeramiske kontakt. I Appel L, Langsted K, red., Ressourcer og Kulturkontakter: Arkæologi rundt om Skagerrak og Kattegat. Bind 1. Gilleleje: Holbo Herreds Kulturhistoriske Centre, Gilleleje Museum . 2011. s. 9-18. (Kulturhistoriske skrifter fra Nordsjælland; Nr. 1).

Author

Iversen, Rune. / Den grubekeramiske kontakt. Ressourcer og Kulturkontakter: Arkæologi rundt om Skagerrak og Kattegat. red. / Liv Appel ; Kjartal Langsted. Bind 1 Gilleleje : Holbo Herreds Kulturhistoriske Centre, Gilleleje Museum , 2011. s. 9-18 (Kulturhistoriske skrifter fra Nordsjælland; Nr. 1).

Bibtex

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