Canthares danubiens du IIIe siècle avant notre ère. Un exemple d’influence hellénistique sur les Celtes orientaux

@article{Kruta1982CantharesDD,
  title={Canthares danubiens du IIIe si{\`e}cle avant notre {\`e}re. Un exemple d’influence hell{\'e}nistique sur les Celtes orientaux},
  author={Venceslas Kruta and Mikl{\'o}s Szab{\'o}},
  journal={{\'E}tudes Celtiques},
  year={1982},
  volume={19},
  pages={51-67}
}
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