1. Introduction - Across the Generations: The Old and the Young in Past Societies

  • Grete Lillehammer
  • Eileen Murphy

Abstract

Background for the publication

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2019-05-02
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Lillehammer, G., & Murphy, E. (2019). 1. Introduction - Across the Generations: The Old and the Young in Past Societies. AmS-Skrifter, (26), 11-20. https://doi.org/10.31265/ams-skrifter.v0i26.206
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