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Vergleichende paläoethnobotanische Untersuchung zur Vegetationsgeschichte und zur Entwicklung der prähistorischen Landnutzung in Bulgarien

Series: Dissertationes Botanicae Volume: 401
By: Elena Marinova
164 pages, illus and tabs
Vergleichende paläoethnobotanische Untersuchung zur Vegetationsgeschichte und zur Entwicklung der prähistorischen Landnutzung in Bulgarien
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Language: German

A comparative ethnobotanical study of vegetation history and development of prehistoric land use of Bulgaria

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Series: Dissertationes Botanicae Volume: 401
By: Elena Marinova
164 pages, illus and tabs
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