Early State Economics (Political and Legal Anthropology, Vol 8)

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ContributionsHenri Claessen (Editor), Pieter van de Velde (Editor)
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Number of Pages336
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Open LibraryOL9354104M
ISBN 10088738885X
ISBN 109780887388859

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