COLQUI Erica Paola
capítulos de libros
The Construction of Social Memory in Cerro Colorado Rock Art (Córdoba, Argentina) During the Late Pre-Hispanic Period (ca. 1500–450 BP)
Rock Art and Memory in the Transmission of Cultural Knowledge
Año: 2022; p. 171 - 193
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