Glass fragments from Central located European Trading Centres (3rd - 5th century AD). The Lower Danube in Antiquity (VI BC - VI C AD). International Archaeological Conference Bulgaria-Tutrakan, 6.-7.10.2005.

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Glass fragments from Central located European Trading Centres (3rd - 5th century AD). The Lower Danube in Antiquity (VI BC - VI C AD). International Archaeological Conference Bulgaria-Tutrakan, 6.-7.10.2005. / Hansen, Ulla Lund.

1 udg. Sofia : Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2007. 20 s. (National Institute of Archaeology and Museum. Tutrakan History Museum.).

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportBogForskningfagfællebedømt

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Hansen, UL 2007, Glass fragments from Central located European Trading Centres (3rd - 5th century AD). The Lower Danube in Antiquity (VI BC - VI C AD). International Archaeological Conference Bulgaria-Tutrakan, 6.-7.10.2005. National Institute of Archaeology and Museum. Tutrakan History Museum., 1 udg, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia.

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Hansen, U. L. (2007). Glass fragments from Central located European Trading Centres (3rd - 5th century AD). The Lower Danube in Antiquity (VI BC - VI C AD). International Archaeological Conference Bulgaria-Tutrakan, 6.-7.10.2005. (1 udg.) Sofia: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. National Institute of Archaeology and Museum. Tutrakan History Museum.

Vancouver

Hansen UL. Glass fragments from Central located European Trading Centres (3rd - 5th century AD). The Lower Danube in Antiquity (VI BC - VI C AD). International Archaeological Conference Bulgaria-Tutrakan, 6.-7.10.2005. 1 udg. Sofia: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2007. 20 s. (National Institute of Archaeology and Museum. Tutrakan History Museum.).

Author

Hansen, Ulla Lund. / Glass fragments from Central located European Trading Centres (3rd - 5th century AD). The Lower Danube in Antiquity (VI BC - VI C AD). International Archaeological Conference Bulgaria-Tutrakan, 6.-7.10.2005. 1 udg. Sofia : Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2007. 20 s. (National Institute of Archaeology and Museum. Tutrakan History Museum.).

Bibtex

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