2 edition of Anthropology of maternity= found in the catalog.
Anthropology of maternity=
Anthropologia Maternitatis Prague, TchГ©coslovaquie 1975.
Comprend des bibliographies et un index.
|Statement||proceedings of the conference held in Prague, November 26-29, 1975, edited by Antonin Dolez̆al, Jaroslav Gutvirth, [translation, Ladislav Syllaba, Pavla Borkertová, Vladimir Mach].|
|Contributions||Dolez̆al, Antonin., Gutvirth, Jaroslav.|
|LC Classifications||RG558 A57 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||350|
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