A consideration on the interest of a pottery typology adapted to the late Sasanian and early Islamic monastery at al‐Qusur (Kuwait)

@article{Perrogon2021ACO,
  title={A consideration on the interest of a pottery typology adapted to the late Sasanian and early Islamic monastery at al‐Qusur (Kuwait)},
  author={R{\'e}mi Perrogon and Julie Bonn{\'e}ric},
  journal={Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy},
  year={2021}
}
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