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Beyond chiefdoms: Pathways to complexity in Africa.
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Cattle herds and the redistribution of cattle resources
Abstract This paper seeks to review approaches to the significance of mortality profiles of cattle herds represented by animal remains from archaeological sites in eastern and southern Africa. InExpand
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Symbolism and the social contexts of iron production in Karagwe
Abstract Technology is intrinsically rooted within social contexts. Archaeological approaches which do not take this into account fail to fully understand technology. The social contexts of ironExpand
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An ivory cache from Botswana
Research at Mosu I. northern Botswana, has discovered a 10th-century AD ivory cache. Although small, this is one of the largest single concentrations of ivory recovered from southern Africa.Expand
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Early Settlement and Social Organization in the Interlacustrine Region
Cet article aborde plusieurs problemes issus de recherches de terrain conduites dans le sud de l'Ouganda entre 1987 et 1991. La principale question concerne le processus de formation des etats au IIeExpand
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Local communities, politics and the management of the Kasubi tombs, Uganda
Abstract The Kasubi tombs are the resting place of the previous four kings of Buganda. All four kings are buried within the Muzibu-Azaala-Mpanga, a unique structure which offers an unparalleledExpand
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Ancient Egypt in Africa
This edited volume explores the relationships between Ancient Egypt and Africa, both as imagined by the public in recent times and as evidenced in the ancient archaeological record.
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Archaeology on Lolui Island, Uganda 1964–5
The archaeological significance of Lolui was first realized by Mary Leakey when she briefly visited the island in 1953 and made a large collection of Dimple-based pottery (since renamed Urewe ware),Expand
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Access to Cattle Resources in a Tswana Capital
This chapter considers the archaeology of historical African societies and their use in generating models for the understanding of earlier communities. There is nothing new in suggesting suchExpand
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