Book Chronicle

March 1984
Antiquity;Mar84, Vol. 58 Issue 222, p14
Academic Journal
Presents a list of books which have been received for review and of importance. "The Celts," by T. G. E. Powell; "Archaeology of the Dreamtime: The Story of Aboriginal Australia and its People," by Josephine Flood; "Cycladic Art: The N. P. Goulandris Collection," by Christos Doumas; "Roman London," by Peter Marsden.


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