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Journal title CADMO
Author/s Cinzia Angelini, Andrea Tinterri, Luigi Tinella, Andrea Bosco, Isabella Loiodice, Anna Dipace, Gabriella Agrusti, Valeria Damiani, Alberto Fornasari, Matteo Conte
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2022/1
Language Italian Pages 25 P. 99-123 File size 244 KB
DOI 10.3280/CAD2022-001007
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Cinzia Angelini, Andrea Tinterri, Luigi Tinella, Andrea Bosco, Isabella Loiodice, Anna Dipace, Gabriella Agrusti, Valeria Damiani, Alberto Fornasari, Matteo Conte, Ricerche in corso in "CADMO" 1/2022, pp 99-123, DOI: 10.3280/CAD2022-001007