Author(s): Curk, I. M.
Curk, I. M. 2001. Quantities, Possibilities and Probabilities: Some Experiences from the Research of the Roman Age in Slovenia, in: Stančič, Z. and T. Veljanovski (eds.) Computing Archaeology for Understanding the Past. CAA 2000. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 28th Conference, Ljubljana, April 2000 (BAR International Series 931). Archaeopress, Oxford, pp. 63-68.
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Year of publication: 2001
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