Oxford Journal of Archaeology

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Edited By: Nicholas Purcell, Barry Cunliffe, Helena Hamerow and Chris Gosden

Online ISSN: 1468-0092

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Research from Oxford Journal of Archaeology has been referred to in a New Scientist article on acoustic experiments at Stonehenge.

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PALAEOLITHIC LITHOPHONES: DESCRIPTIONS AND COMPARISONS
LYA DAMS
Volume 4, issue 1 (March 1985)

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