Drainage galleries in the Iberian Peninsula during the Islamic period

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ROTOLO, Antonio, 2014. Drainage galleries in the Iberian Peninsula during the Islamic period. In: Water History. 6(3), pp. 191-210. ISSN 1877-7236. eISSN 1877-7244. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s12685-013-0093-z

@article{Rotolo2014Drain-32975, title={Drainage galleries in the Iberian Peninsula during the Islamic period}, year={2014}, doi={10.1007/s12685-013-0093-z}, number={3}, volume={6}, issn={1877-7236}, journal={Water History}, pages={191--210}, author={Rotolo, Antonio} }

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