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Author Name    Bruce E. Trigger

Title   Understanding Early Civilizations: A Comparative Study

Binding   Hard Cover

Book Condition   Fine

Jacket Condition   No Jacket

Edition   First Edition

Size   18.5 Cms x 24 Cms

Publisher   Cambridge, UK Cambridge University Press 2003

ISBN    0521822459 / 9780521822459

Seller ID   008392

Printed Pages: 770. Slightly bumped edges. A small chip on the spine.

Civilizations

Price = 70.00 USD


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