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Provenancing the stones : Mapping the Stonehenge Bluestones using mineralogy. / Ixer, Rob; Bevins, Richard; Pirrie, Duncan.

In: Current Archaeology, Vol. 366, 06.08.2020, p. 34-41.

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Ixer, R, Bevins, R & Pirrie, D 2020, 'Provenancing the stones: Mapping the Stonehenge Bluestones using mineralogy' Current Archaeology, vol. 366, pp. 34-41.

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Ixer, R., Bevins, R., & Pirrie, D. (2020). Provenancing the stones: Mapping the Stonehenge Bluestones using mineralogy. Current Archaeology, 366, 34-41.

Vancouver

Ixer R, Bevins R, Pirrie D. Provenancing the stones: Mapping the Stonehenge Bluestones using mineralogy. Current Archaeology. 2020 Aug 6;366:34-41.

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Ixer, Rob ; Bevins, Richard ; Pirrie, Duncan. / Provenancing the stones : Mapping the Stonehenge Bluestones using mineralogy. In: Current Archaeology. 2020 ; Vol. 366. pp. 34-41.

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