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JIMÉNEZ PASALODOS, R. and P. P. HOLMES (2018): “The Aulos and the Trumpet: Music, Gender and Elites in Iberian Culture (4th to 1st Centuries BCE),” in The Study of Musical Performance in Antiquity. Archaeology and Written Sources, eds. A. Garcia-Ventura, C. Tavolieri and L. Verderame. Newcaslte: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 173-206.

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DÍAZ-ANDREU, M., G. GARCÍA ATIÉNZAR, C. GARCÍA BENITO and T. MATTIOLI (2017): Do you hear what I see? Analyzing visibility and audibility through alternative methods in the rock art landscape of the Alicante mountains. Journal of Anthropological Research 73(2), 181-213.

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MATTIOLI, T. and M. DÍAZ-ANDREU (2017): Hearing rock art landscapes. A survey of the acoustical perception in the Sierra de San Serván area in Extremadura (Spain). Time and Mind 10(1), 81-96.

MATTIOLI, T., A. FARINA, E. ARMELLONI, P. HAMEAU and M. DÍAZ-ANDREU (2017): Echoing landscapes: echolocation and the placement of rock art in the Central Mediterranean. Journal of Archaeological Science 83, 12-25.

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DÍAZ-ANDREU, M. and C. GARCÍA BENITO (2015): Acoustic rock art landscapes: a comparison between the acoustics of three Levantine rock art areas in Mediterranean Spain. Rock Art Research 32(1), 46-62.

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DÍAZ-ANDREU, M., C. GARCÍA BENITO and M. LAZARICH (2014): The sound of rock art: the acoustics of the rock art of southern Andalusia (Spain). Oxford Journal of Archaeology 33(1), 1-18.

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DÍAZ-ANDREU, M. and C. GARCÍA BENITO (2013): “Sound and ritual in Levantine art: a preliminary study,” in Music and Ritual: Bridging Material and Living Cultures, eds. R. Jiménez Pasalodos, R. Till and M. Howell. Berlin: Ekho Verlag, 227-256.

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DÍAZ-ANDREU, M. and C. GARCÍA BENITO (2012): Acoustics and Levantine Rock Art: Auditory Perceptions in La Valltorta Gorge (Spain). Journal of Archaeological Science 39, 3591-3599.

JIMÉNEZ PASALODOS, R. (2012): “The Lyres of the Far West. Chordophones in the Bronze Age Warrior Stelae of the Southwest Iberian Peninsula,” in Sound from the Past. The Interpretation of Musical Artifacts in an Archaeological Context, eds. R. Eichmann, F. Jianjung and L.-C. Koch. Rahden, Westf: Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, 215-255.

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