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Physical Anthropology 99/00 (Annual Editions) by Elvio Angeloni99/00
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 00/01 by Elvino Angeloni00/01
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 01/02 by Elvio Angeloni01/02
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 02/03 (2002-2003) by Elvio Angeloni02/03
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 03/04 by Elvio Angeloni03/04
Physical Anthropology by Elvio Angeloni04/05
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 05/06 (Annual Editions : Physical Anthropology) by Elvio Angeloni05/06
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 06/07 (Annual Editions : Physical Anthropology) by Elvio Angeloni06/07
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 07/08 (Annual Editions : Physical Anthropology) by Elvio Angeloni07/08
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 08/09 by Elvio Angeloni08/09
Annual Editions-PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 93/94 by Elvio Angeloni93/94
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology 94-95 by Elvio Angeloni94/95
Annual Editions: Physical Anthropology, 95-96 by Elvio Angeloni95/96
Physical Anthropology 96/97 (Introduction to Physical Anthropology, Annual Edition) by Elvio Angeloni96/97
Annual Editions Physical Anthropol 98 by Elvio Angeloni97/98

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