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Kobylianski, Hershkovitz 1997: E. Kobylianski, I. Hershkovitz. Biology of Desert Populations-South Sinai Beduins: Growth and Development of Children in Human Isolates, (ERAUL, 82), 1997, Liege, 276.
Trotter, Gleser 1952: M. Trotter, G.C. Gleser. Estimation of stature from long bones of Americam Whites and Negroes. - American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 1952, 10, 463-517.
Kavur 2003: B. Kavur. The Things We Did Not Find. In: Tsonev, T., E. Montagnari Kokelj (eds). The Humanized Mineral World: towards social and symbolic evaluation of prehistoric technologies in South Eastern Europe, 115-119. Proceedings of the ESF ExploratoryWorkshop, Sofia, 3-6 September 2003. (ERAUL, 103), Liege-Sofia.
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