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Fra/gmen/te/d me/gali/th/s

Holtorf, Cornelius LU (2003) In 3rd Stone 47(1369-1791). p.26-31
Abstract
It is curious that, even though megaliths usually consist of several stones, archaeologists tend to study each of them as single units. In this paper, I argue that it makes much more sense to consider megaliths as assemblages of distinct fragments.
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megaliths, prehistoric monuments, menhirs, landscape, war memorials
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3rd Stone
volume
47
issue
1369-1791
pages
26 - 31
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Devizes
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1369-1791
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English
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acff1005-034f-4387-9495-20029067c56f (old id 165372)
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http://rubens.anu.edu.au/cornelius_megs.pdf
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  keyword      = {megaliths,prehistoric monuments,menhirs,landscape,war memorials},
  language     = {eng},
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  pages        = {26--31},
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  year         = {2003},
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