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6 July 2002

 

THE NORDESTE TRADITION:
INNOVATION AND CONTINUITY IN BRAZILIAN ROCK ART


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Ab'Sáber through Galvão

Geib through Lowie

Manenti through Pessis

Picchi through Young


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Manenti through Pessis



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