Author(s): Gaines, S.W. , S. Lerner
Gaines, S.W. and S. Lerner 1984. The Role of a Large Scale, Automated Data Base in On-Going Excavations: an Example from the American Southwest, in: Laflin, S. (ed.), Computer Applications in Archaeology 1984. Conference Proceedings. Centre for Computing and Computer Science, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, pp. 63-77.
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Year of publication: 1984
Year of CAA: 1984