Reseña del libro “Ceramics and Society. A technological approach to archaeological assemblages” de Valentine Roux


  • Mary Ownby University of Arizona. School of Anthropology; Estados Unidos.
  • Isabelle Druc University of Wisconsin–Madison. Department of Anthropology; Estados Unidos.



Reseña de libro: Ceramics and Society. A Technological Approach to Archaeological Assemblages (Springer, Switzerland, año 2019), de la autora Valentine Roux en colaboración con Marie-Agnès Courty.


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Cómo citar

Ownby, M., & Druc, I. (2022). Reseña del libro “Ceramics and Society. A technological approach to archaeological assemblages” de Valentine Roux . Anuario De Arqueología, 14(14).