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ArchaeologicalTraces.org is an international editorial space for prehistorical archaeology, managed by A.T.P.G. (Archaeological Traces Project Group), an Italian Archaeological Collective based in Rome. It is open to researchers and students in archaeology, to develop their instruments, approaches and knowledge in a sharing, free and open access environment. It also aims at the creation of a space of dialogue and discussion for a new generation of archaeologists.
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