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An Anthropological Study Of The Burials In Marae Te Tahata, Tepoto (Tuamotu Archipelago, French Polynesia), By Eric Conte And John Dennison, P 397-428 (Journal of the Polynesian Society)

Volume 104 1995 > Volume 104, No. 4 p 397-428 ; This present study concerns the physical anthropological aspects of burials discovered between 1984-85 in the marae Te Tahata on the island of Tepoto. The results of the research undertaken here have been reported only briefly, (Calaque and Conte 1984), and although a publication of the collecti...
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