Literatures

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Waldren 19721972WaldrenWaldren, W. H. (1972), "Determinación de la edad por medio del C14, Boletín de la Sociedad de Historia Natural de Baleares, XVII, pp. 34-50.6Show
Waldren 1982a1982aWaldrenWaldren, W. H. (1982a), Balearic Prehistoric Ecology and Culture: The Excavation and Study of Certain Caves, Rock Shelters and Settlements. British Archaeological Reports, International Series, 149. Oxford.86Show
Waldren 1982a1982bWaldrenWaldren, W. H. (1982b), Radiocarbon Determination in the Balearic Islands. The Donald Baden-Powell Quaternary Research Centre. Pitt-Rivers Museum, University of Oxford, Oxford.67Show
Waldren 19861986WaldrenWaldren, W. H. (1986), The Balearic Pentapartite Division of Prehistory. Radiocarbon and other age determination inventories. British Archaeological Reports, International Series, 282, Oxford.98Show
Waldren 19871987WaldrenWaldren, W. H. (1987), "A Balearic Beaker Model. Ferrandell-Oleza, Valldemosa, Mallorca, en WALDREN, W. H. y KENNARD, R.-C. (eds.), Bell Beakers of the Western Mediterranean. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 331 (i), pp. 207-266.4Show
Waldren 19921992WaldrenWaldren, W. H. (1992), Radiocarbon and other isotopic age determinations from the Balearic Islands. A comprehensive inventory. DAMARC, 26, Deià.86Show
Waldren 19961996WaldrenWaldren, W. H. (1996), "The prehistoric sanctuary of Son Mas 1995: a radiocarbon analysis survey, Complutum Extra, 6 (I), Homenaje a M. Fernández-Miranda, pp. 191-215.2Show
Waldren 19971997WaldrenWaldren, W. H. (1997), "The Definition and Duration of the Beaker Culture in the Spanish Balearic Islands: A Radiocarbon Survey, Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 16, pp. 25-48.9Show
Waldren 19981998WaldrenWaldren, W. H. (1998), The Beaker Culture of the Balearic Islands. An inventory of evidence from caves, rock shelters, settlements and ritual sites. British Archaeological Reports, International Series, 709-Western Mediterranean Series, 1. Oxford.5Show
Waldren 20012001WaldrenWaldren, W. H. (2001), "A new megalithic dolmen from the Balearic Island of Mallorca: its radiocarbon dating and artefacts, Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 20 (3), pp. 241-262.9Show
Waldren 20022002WaldrenWaldren, W. H. (2002), "Links in the chain: evidence of sustained prehistoric contact and cultural interaction between the Balearic Islands and continental Europe, en8Show
Waldren et al. 19901990Waldren et al.Waldren, W. H./Ensenyat Alcover, J./Cubí, C. (1990), Prehistoric architectural elements. Ferrandell- Oleza Chalcolithic Old Settlement. DAMARC, 20 & University of Oxford, Oxford.17Show
Waldren et al. 20022002Waldren et al.Waldren, W. H./Ensenyat Alcover, J. A./Orvay, J. (2002), "New Coals on Old Fires: The Question of Early Balearic Island Settlement, en WALDREN, W. H. y ENSENYAT, J. A. (eds.), World Islands in Prehistory. International Insular Investigations. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1095, Oxford, pp. 68-90.7Show
Waldren/Grimalt 19951995Waldren/GrimaltWaldren, W. H./Grimalt, C. (1995), "A case history: the function and origin of Mallorcan cast lead votive funerary jewelry, DAMARC, 19, Deià.0Show
Waldren/Kopper 19671967Waldren/KopperWaldren, W. H./Kopper, J. S. (1967), "Mallorca chronology for Prehistory based on radiocarbon method, Pyrenae, 3, pp. 45-65.6Show
Waldren/Rosselló Borooy 19751975Waldren/Rosselló BorooyWaldren, W./Rosselló Bordoy, G. (1975), "Cueva de Muleta (Sóller, Mallorca). Estudio de los materiales arqueológicos, Noticiario Arqueológico Hispánico - Prehistoria , 3, pp. 91-107.1Show
Waldren/Vanstrydonck 19931993Waldren/VanstrydonckWaldren, W. H./Van Strydonck, M. (1993), Ferrandell-Oleza-Mas Prehistoric Settlement Complex Younger Settlement (Valldemossa, Mallorca, Baleares, Spain). Talayot 1. Dating the Activity Sequence of the Structure. A Radiocarbon Analysis Survey. DAMARC 22, Deià.36Show
Waldren/Van Strydonck 19941994Waldren/Van StrydonckWaldren, W. H./Van Strydonck, M. (1994), A Radiocarbon Analisys Survey Dating the Activity Sequences of the Sanctuary. Prehistoric Sanctuary of Son Mas (Valldemossa, Mallorca, Baleares, Spain). DAMARC, 24, Deià.1Show
Yll et al. 19941994Yll et al.Yll, E. I./Pérez-Obiol, R./Julià, R. (1994), "Vegetational change in the Balearic Islands (Spain) during the Holocene, Historical Biology, 9, pp. 83-89.5Show
Yll et al. 19971997Yll et al.Yll, E. I./Pérez-Obiol, R./Pantaleón-Cano, J./Roure, J. Ma (1997), "Palynological Evidence for Climatic Change and Human Activity during the Holocene on Minorca (Balearic Islands), Quaternary Research, 48, pp. 339- 347.5Show