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THE BALKANS IN PREHISTORY
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REPORTS OF PREHISTORIC RESEARCH PROJECTS
Vol. 5, 2001 (2002)
Material Evidence and Cultural Pattern in Prehistory
Compiled and Edited by Lolita Nikolova 
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Part 1
THE PREHISTORIC HOUSEHOLDS AND THEIR BEHAVIOUR

Part 2
PREHISTORIC BURIAL CUSTOMS
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Petur Leshtakov, Stefan Chokhadzhiev. Vaxevo - praistoricheski selishta. Faber. Veliko Turnovo. 2001, p. 97

Tanya Dzhanfezova, Field School at Ludlow, Trinidad, Colorado (USA),  p. 101
Mary Kovacheva, Maria Kostadinova, Neli Jordanova and Valentin Gigov, Bronze Age Sarovka Site Near Dubene (In the Context of New Archaeomagnetic Studies, and Its Synchronization with Other Bronze Age Sites from Bulgaria), p. 89
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DUBENE-SAROVKA PROJECT

Lolita Nikolova, Diversity of Prehistoric Burial Customs. Part 1. Towards the Structure and Meaning of the Burials Burials in Settlements and in Graveyards in Later Balkan Prehistory, p. 53
Tina Jungsma and Haskel J. Greenfield, The Household as Behaviour: An Anthropological Perspective, p. 1

Emanuela Montagnari Kokelj, The Prehistoric Caves at the Trieste Karst (Northeast Italy): Homes, Stables, Cemeteries ...?, p. 13

Krassimir Leshtakov, Some Suggestions Regarding the Formation of the "Thracian Religion" (in the Light of New Archaeological Evidence from South Bulgaria), p. 19
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