Social Memory and Mortuary Practices in Neolithic Anatolia

Pilloud, Marin A.
Haddow, Scott D.
Knusel, Christopher J.
Larsen, Clark Spencer
Somel, Mehmet


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M. A. Pilloud, S. D. Haddow, C. J. Knusel, C. S. Larsen, and M. Somel, “Social Memory and Mortuary Practices in Neolithic Anatolia,” POETICS OF PROCESSING, pp. 145–165, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: