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Las pinturas rupestres de las Sierras de Cordoba (Bepublica Argentina) y sus normas convencionales de representacion


, : Las pinturas rupestres de las Sierras de Cordoba (Bepublica Argentina) y sus normas convencionales de representacion. Anales de Parques Nacionales Buenos Aires, 8: 51-57


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