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scarre

(skɑː)
vb
to scare
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In 2686 B.C., Djoser became the first king of the third dynasty (Scarre, 2005), and he accomplished a feat that ultimately defined the beginning of the Old Kingdom (Holly, 2014).
Neil, Samantha, Jane Evans, Janet Montgomery, and Chris Scarre. 2016.
Simon Cunningham has a pot of tea and a pile of books in front of him (Somme by Lynne Macdonald, Sinatra: The Life by Anthony Summers and Chronicles of the Roman Emperors by Chris Scarre).
7.2; Scarre 2002, 84) and in France (Scarre 2002, 84, fig.
"The Land, the Sky and the Scottish Stone Circle." In Monuments and Landscape in Atlantic Europe: Perception and Society During the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age, edited by Charles Scarre, 122-139.
O'SULLIVAN, Muiris, SCARRE, Chris and DOYLE, Maureen (eds).
Others have explored the modeling of seafaring, incorporating the sailing properties of particular boat types and environmental conditions likely for particular voyages (e.g., Heyerdahl 1963; Levison, Ward, and Webb 1973; Irwin, Bickler, and Quirke 1990; Callaghan and Scarre 2009).
Cooper, Geoffrey Scarre, Ian James Kidd and two anonymous reviewers for the helpful comments they provided on drafts of this paper.