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Listen to this podcast from the 3 June 2015 seminar, part of the Trinity term 2015 IMI Seminar Series

This seminar 'What archaeological data tell us about the movement of populations in the last millennia? An anthropological / distant perspective on migrations', was presented by Nicolas Zorzin (Université Panthéon - Sorbonne).

Duration 46:04

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