The Mousterian Musical Instrument from the Divje babe I cave (Slovenia): Arguments on the Material Evidence for Neanderthal Musical Behaviour

@article{Turk2018TheMM,
  title={The Mousterian Musical Instrument from the Divje babe I cave (Slovenia): Arguments on the Material Evidence for Neanderthal Musical Behaviour},
  author={Matija Turk and Ivan Turk and Ljuben Dimkaroski and Bonnie A. B. Blackwell and Francois Zoltan Horusitzky and Marcel Otte and Giuliano Bastiani and Lidija Korat},
  journal={L'Anthropologie},
  year={2018}
}
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