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Cover: The Social Lives of Figurines: Recontextualizing the Third-Millennium-BC Terracotta Figurines from Harappa, from Harvard University PressCover: The Social Lives of Figurines in MIXED MEDIA

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The Social Lives of Figurines

Recontextualizing the Third-Millennium-BC Terracotta Figurines from Harappa

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MIXED MEDIA

$85.00 • £61.95 • €76.50

ISBN 9780873652155

Publication Date: 02/20/2017

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362 pages

7-3/4 X 10-5/8 inches

789 color illustrations, 10 line illustrations, 3 maps, 13 tables, CD-ROM

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