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In-text: (Gresky, Haelm and Clare, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Gresky, J., Haelm, J. and Clare, L., 2017. Modified human crania from Göbekli Tepe provide evidence for a new form of Neolithic skull cult. Science Advances, 3(6), pp.1-10.
In-text: (Griffin and Pippett, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Griffin, S. and Pippett, T., 2002. Ground penetrating radar. Geophysical and remote sensing methods for regolith exploration, 144, pp.80-89.
In-text: (Ingamells and Switzer, 1973)
Your Bibliography: Ingamells, C. and Switzer, P., 1973. A proposed sampling constant for use in geochemical analysis. Talanta, 20(6), pp.547-568.
In-text: (Kamrani and », 2017)
Your Bibliography: Kamrani, K. and », V., 2017. Göbekli Tepe Skull Cult. [online] Anthropology.net. Available at: <https://anthropology.net/2017/06/29/gobekli-tepe-skull-cult/> [Accessed 29 March 2018].
In-text: (Leckebusch, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Leckebusch, J., 2003. Ground-penetrating radar: a modern three-dimensional prospection method. Archaeological Prospection, 10(4), pp.213-240.
In-text: (Renfrew and Bahn, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Renfrew, C. and Bahn, P., 2016. Archaeology. 7th ed. Thames & Hudson Ltd.
In-text: (Schmidt, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Schmidt, K., 2011. Göbekli Tepe – the Stone Age Sanctuaries. New results of ongoing excavations with a special focus on sculptures and high reliefs. Documenta Praehistorica, 37(0), p.239.
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