Images of Woman and Child from the Bronze Age: Reconsidering Fertility, Maternity, and Gender in the Ancient World

@inproceedings{Budin2011ImagesOW,
  title={Images of Woman and Child from the Bronze Age: Reconsidering Fertility, Maternity, and Gender in the Ancient World},
  author={S. L. Budin},
  year={2011}
}
1. Introduction 2. Egypt 3. The Levant and Anatolia 4. Mesopotamia and Iran 5. Cyprus 6. Aegean 7. Conclusions. 
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