Getting to the point: making, wayfaring, loss and memory as meaning-making in virtual archaeology

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Translated title: Llegando al punto: fabricación, expedición, pérdida y memoria como construcción del significado en arqueología virtual
Journal Title: Virtual Archaeology Review
Author: William Michael Carter
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Language: English
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Source: Virtual Archaeology Review; Vol 8, No 16 (Year 2017).
Publisher: Universitat Politècnica de València
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Knowledge areas / Categories: Social Sciences/Humanities --> Archaeology

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