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Zat er nog wat in? Archeobotanisch onderzoek aan een Westeinder raatakker

Arnoldussen, S. & Smit, L., 2017, Paleo-Palfenier: Met Rita van Egypte tot Ezinge. Aalbersberg, G., Boersma, S. & Schepers, M. (eds.). Eelde: Barkhuis/University of Groningen, p. 53-63

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APA

Arnoldussen, S., & Smit, L. (2017). Zat er nog wat in? Archeobotanisch onderzoek aan een Westeinder raatakker. In G. Aalbersberg, S. Boersma, & M. Schepers (Eds.), Paleo-Palfenier: Met Rita van Egypte tot Ezinge (pp. 53-63). Barkhuis/University of Groningen.

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Arnoldussen, Stijn ; Smit, Linda. / Zat er nog wat in? Archeobotanisch onderzoek aan een Westeinder raatakker. Paleo-Palfenier: Met Rita van Egypte tot Ezinge. editor / Gerard Aalbersberg ; Siebe Boersma ; Mans Schepers. Eelde : Barkhuis/University of Groningen, 2017. pp. 53-63

Harvard

Arnoldussen, S & Smit, L 2017, Zat er nog wat in? Archeobotanisch onderzoek aan een Westeinder raatakker. in G Aalbersberg, S Boersma & M Schepers (eds), Paleo-Palfenier: Met Rita van Egypte tot Ezinge. Barkhuis/University of Groningen, Eelde, pp. 53-63.

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Zat er nog wat in? Archeobotanisch onderzoek aan een Westeinder raatakker. / Arnoldussen, Stijn; Smit, Linda.

Paleo-Palfenier: Met Rita van Egypte tot Ezinge. ed. / Gerard Aalbersberg; Siebe Boersma; Mans Schepers. Eelde : Barkhuis/University of Groningen, 2017. p. 53-63.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterProfessional

Vancouver

Arnoldussen S, Smit L. Zat er nog wat in? Archeobotanisch onderzoek aan een Westeinder raatakker. In Aalbersberg G, Boersma S, Schepers M, editors, Paleo-Palfenier: Met Rita van Egypte tot Ezinge. Eelde: Barkhuis/University of Groningen. 2017. p. 53-63


BibTeX

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