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This tribute to Sara A. Immerwahr includes a brief biography, her complete bibliography, and 20 articles written by means of fellow students celebrating her contributions to the sector, in addition to her encouragement and beneficiant help of scholars and associates over decades. 13 students of Bronze Age archaeology current papers that tackle facets of social, political, spiritual, and formality importance in wall work, issues of chronology, local alternate and interplay, and Cretan structure. Seven students of the Archaic, Classical, and Roman classes discover problems with sculpture, structure, pottery, and dedications.

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