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Bulletin SGA 2006_2 (n°12_2)

Bulletin SGA 2006_2 (n°12_2)

Bulletin SGA 2012_2

- A. KEMKES, Swiss passport applications as a research tool for migration history: Deciphering motifs from 19th century micro-data

- M. HERMANUSSEN, I. KÜHLI, Adolescent growth in Bronze Age and Iron Age people

- M.-F. CHRISTEN, N. CUENDET, Zahnbefunde der Schädel aus dem früh- bis hochmittelalterlichen Gräberfeld von Oberbüren-.Chilchmatt. bei Büren an der Aarz

- K. HAEBLER, S. ZINTI, G. GRUPE, Lebensbedingungen und Mobilität im frühmittelalterlichen Perlach

- C. COOPER, Expertendialog .Wissenschaftliche Integrität. 20. März 2007 in Bern

- C. PAPAGEORGOPOULOU, Conference Report: VI World Congress on Mummy Studies in Lanzarote


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