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Minerva Magazine 192

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Current Archaeology 380

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Current World Archaeology 109

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Military History Matters 124

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Current Archaeology 379

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Minerva Magazine 191

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Current Archaeology 378

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Current World Archaeology 108

• The Antikythera Mechanism
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Military History Matters 123

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Current Archaeology 377

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Minerva Magazine 190

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Current Archaeology 376

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Current World Archaeology 107

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Military History Matters 122

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Current Archaeology 375

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Minerva Magazine 189

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Current Archaeology 374

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Current World Archaeology 106

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