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    Thus, if the mohenjodaro site can be positioned in the ceremonial centres of the late formative period, it is important that the differences in architecture between the Kotosh and mohenjodaro sites becomes clear by this investigation, because this result will be a key to understand the functional relationship between the sites that co-existed in the Huanuco Basin during the Formative Period.

    Are the commas correct in the above sentence?

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    It's a hefty sentence, but it is correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    It's a hefty sentence, but it is correct.
    I agree with both comments. :wink:

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