Knovíz settlement of North-West Bohemia.
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Knovíz settlement of North-West Bohemia. Knovízské osídlení Severozapadnich Čech. Knovizskoe poselenie severozapadnoĭ Chekhii. by Jan Bouzek

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Published by [Narodní muzeum] in Pragae .
Written in English



  • Bohemia (Czech Republic),
  • Czech Republic,
  • Bohemia.


  • Knoviz culture -- Czech Republic -- Bohemia.,
  • Bohemia (Czech Republic) -- Antiquities.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesKnovizske osidleni Severozapádních Čech., Knovizskoe poselenie severozapadnoĭ Chekhii.
Statement[Překład anglického textu: J. Bouzek et al. Překład ruského textu E. Pochitonov]
SeriesFontes archaeologici Pragenses,, v. 10
ContributionsKoutecký, Drahomír., Neustupný, Evžen.
LC ClassificationsGN705 .F65 vol. 10, GN778.2.K5 .F65 vol. 10
The Physical Object
Pagination123 p.
Number of Pages123
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5085528M
LC Control Number74156709

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