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Checua: Una secuencia cultural entre 8500 y 3000 años antes del presente

@inproceedings{Mahecha1992ChecuaUS,
  title={Checua: Una secuencia cultural entre 8500 y 3000 a{\~n}os antes del presente},
  author={Groot de Mahecha and Ana Mar{\'i}a.},
  year={1992}
}
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