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      The Production of Silver in South America

      Archaeology International
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            Journal
            Archaeology International
            AI
            Ubiquity Press, Ltd.
            2048-4194
            1463-1725
            November 20 2011
            : 13
            : 1
            : 76-83
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            [-1]UCL Qatar, PO Box 23689, Education City, Doha, Qatar
            Author notes

            This paper is an English version of a text originally published (2011) as ‘Zur frühen Gewinnung von Silber in Südamerika’, in Slotta, R. and Schnepel, I. (eds) Schätze der Anden - Chiles Kupfer für die Welt, Bochum: Deutsches Bergbau-Museum, 257-264.

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            10.5334/ai.1318
            648b1c74-eb27-404b-97d7-244c0cba392c
            © 2011
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            Archaeology,Cultural studies

            References

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            2. 7 Schultze, C., Stanish, C., Scott, D., Rehren, Th., Kuehner, S. and Feathers, J. (2009) ‘Direct evidence of 1,900 years of indigenous silver production in the Lake Titicaca Basin of Southern Peru’, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sci- ences of the United States of America 106, 17280–3, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/ pnas.0907733106.

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