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BRITISH INSTITUTE IN EASTERN AFRICA.
Azania, Archaeological Research in Africa. Volume 51 (2016 ) 4 Parts, 548pp. , Softbacks
. Volume 51/1: Past imperfect, present tense: the archaeology of Africa's past 200 years By Natalie Swanepoel // American plants in Sub-Saharan Africa: a review of the archaeological evidence by Daphne Gallagher // A global perspective on the pyrotechnologies of Sub-Saharan Africa by David Killick // An isotopic generation: four decades of stable isotope analysis in African archaeology by Emma Loftus, Patrick Roberts & Julia A. Lee-Thorp // Contributions of archaeological geophysics to field research in Sub-Saharan Africa: past, present, future by Carlos Magnavita. Volume 51/2: Poison arrows and bone utensils in late Pleistocene eastern Africa: evidence from Kuumbi Cave, Zanzibar by Michelle C. Langley, Mary E. Prendergast, Ceri Shipton, Eréndira M. Quintana Morales, Alison Crowther & Nicole Boivin // Soapstone birds in soapstone nests: ethnohistorical interpretation of the Zimbabwe birds based on sixteenth- to nineteenth-century Portuguese documents by Gai Roufe // Reinvestigation of Kuumbi Cave, Zanzibar, reveals Later Stone Age coastal habitation, early Holocene abandonment and Iron Age reoccupation by Ceri Shipton, Alison Crowther, Nikos Kourampas and many others // A technological and anthropological study of iron production in Venda, Limpopo Province, South Africa by Eric Ndivhuwo Mathoho, Foreman Bandama, Abigail J. Moffett & Shadreck Chirikure // The Wadi Khashab ceremonial complex - a manifestation of cattle keepers in the Eastern Desert of Egypt before the end of the fifth millennium BC by Piotr Osypi?ski & Marta Osypi?ska. Volume 51/3: Revisiting the Kalahari debate in the highlands: ancient DNA provides new faunal identifications at Sehonghong, Lesotho by K. Ann Horsburgh, José Víctor Moreno-Mayar & Anna L. Gosling // Iron Age fauna from Sibudu Cave in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa by Andreas le Roux & Shaw Badenhorst // The archaeometallurgical reconstruction of early second-millennium AD metal production activities at Shankare Hill, northern Lowveld, South Africa by Thomas Panganayi Thondhlana, Marcos Martinón-Torres & Shadreck Chirikure // Archaeological evidence for modes of air supply into iron smelting furnaces in the African Great Lakes region by Edwinus C. Lyaya // Imperceptible realities: an ethnoarchaeological perspective on the acquisition, ownership and management of cattle by women in southeastern Zimbabwe by Plan Shenjere-Nyabezi. Volume 51/4: SPECIAL ISSUE: Mobility and African Archaeology: Mobility and African archaeology: an introduction by Ceri Z. Ashley, Alexander Antonites & Per Ditlef Fredriksen // The role of mobility in Saharan archaeological research (1960-present) by Marina Gallinaro & Stefano Biagetti // Shifting sedentism in the Upper Casamance (Senegal) by Sirio Canós Donnay // The mobilities turn and archaeology: new perspectives on socio-political complexity in thirteenth-century northern South Africa by Alexander Antonites & Ceri Z. Ashley // The mobility of memory: space/knowledge dynamics in rural potting workshops in Limpopo Province, South Africa by Per Ditlef Fredriksen & Foreman Bandama // The Green, Green Grass of Home: an archaeo-ecological approach to pastoralist settlement in central Kenya by Oliver J.C. Boles & Paul J. Lane. new set.
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Book number: F3196
GBP 45.00 [Appr.: EURO 51 US$ 62.47 | JP¥ 6721]
Catalogue: Africa
Keywords: Archaeology Archeology Africa Africana

 
DE VILLIERS, M.
Nederlands En Afrikaans.
. Kaapstad and other S.A. cities, Nasou Beperk. 1969, 3e Druk./ [3rd edn. ] [1] 101pp. Soft cover. signature on 1st f.e.p. (ISBN: 0 625 00202 4) .
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Book number: F3161
GBP 7.50 [Appr.: EURO 8.5 US$ 10.41 | JP¥ 1120]
Catalogue: Africa
Keywords: Linguistrics South Africa Afrikaans Nederlands 0625002024

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