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[[Media:RobBoydAgenda2-23-12.pdf | Agenda]]
[[Media:fortunato2011HumBioMar.pdf | Fortunato, L. Reconstructing the history of marriage strategies in Indo-European speaking societies: Monogamy and polygyny]]
[[Media:FortunatoMarchettiJEB2010EvolutionOfMonogamousMarriage.pdf | Fortunato, L. Evolution of monogamous marriage by maximization of inclusive fitness]]
[[Media:HenrichBoydRichersonPhilTransB12Monogamy.pdf | Henrich, J. EtAl The puzzle of monogamous marriage]]
[[Media:ScheidelHistHumFam09APeculiarInstitution.pdf | Scheidel, W. A peculiar Insititution? Greco-Roman monogamy in global context]]
[[Media:FiledAffidavitofShoshanaGrossbard.pdf | Filed Affidavit of Shoshana Grossbard]]
[[Media:Karras_History_of_Marriage_and_Myyth_of_Friedelehe.pdf | R. Karras The History of Marriage and Myth of Friedelehe]]
[[Media:Harper_Marriage_and_Family_in_Late_Antiquity.pdf | K. Harper Marriage and Family in Late Antiquity]]

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