Archaeological Theory, Christmas Pork and Red Herrings: Reply to Comments


  • Bjørnar Olsen Departement of Archaeology and Social Anthropology, Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education, University of Tromsø



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Olsen, B. (2012) “Archaeological Theory, Christmas Pork and Red Herrings: Reply to Comments”, Current Swedish Archaeology, 20(1), pp. 95–106. doi: 10.37718/CSA.2012.10.



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