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Conservation of the Lacquer Artifacts Excavated from Suchon‐ri, Gongju, Korea
Ji Ae Song, Ah-reum Jeong, Hyeok-nam Kwon, Woo-rim Han, Hyun-sang Lee
J. Conserv. Sci. 2018;34(6):549-556.   Published online December 1, 2018

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