5 edition of The Archaeology and History of the European Academic Press found in the catalog.
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The Journal of European Archaeology was established inas the academic journal of the European Association of Archaeologists. It was dedicated to debate about archaeological methods, interpretations, issues, and theories in European archaeology. José Manuel Vargas Girón holds a BA degree in History ()—including an Extraordinary Graduation Prize—an MA in Archaeological-Historical Heritage () and a PhD in Maritime History and Archaeology (), all awarded by the University of Cádiz.
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