con bibliografía anterior

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English - UK
Hello, please could someone suggest a translation for this? The context is a reference in an academic article: "Jones 2011: 111-112, con bibliografía anterior". I've seen it translated as "older literature", but 2011 isn't old enough for that! I wondered if it is "aforementioned", but Jones 2011 isn't mentioned before (although Jones 2016 is).

Any thoughts?

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    English (U.S.)
    Es muy posible que aommoa tenga razón. De todos modos, nunca he visto una cita bibliográfica con semejante frase.
    That's my impression, as well. Is there no way you could get your hand on the Jones 2011 article and see what it is? That should tell you how to translate the reference.
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