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The Middle Stone Age of East Africa and the beginnings of regional identity
The history of research into the Middle Stone Age of East Africa and the present state of knowledge of this time period is examined for the region as a whole, with special reference toExpand
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The prehistory of Southern Africa
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The earlier cultures : middle and earlier Stone Age
1. Introduction History of research Geology and sedimentation Chronology J. D. Clark 2. The Stone Age cultural sequence: terminology, typology and raw material J. D. Clark and M. R. Kleindienst 3. AExpand
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The Twin Rivers Kopje, Zambia: Stratigraphy, Fauna, and Artefact Assemblages from the 1954 and 1956 Excavations
Abstract Earlier Lupemban assemblages from brecciated fissure sediments on Twin Rivers Kopje are of great interest in view of the appreciably greater antiquity recently suggested for the earlierExpand
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Interpretations of Prehistoric Technology from Ancient Egyptian and other Sources. Part I : Ancient Egyptian Bows and Arrows and their relevance for African Prehistory.
A study of arrows in various museums coming from Predynastic and early Dynastic Egyptian tombs, has produced a number of examples with heads made of bone, worked stone and fish mandibles which areExpand
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The Prehistoric Origins of African Culture
The paper traces the beginnings of human culture in Africa, its evolution and spread, and shows the feedback relationship that exists between biological evolution and culture. It is demonstrated howExpand
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The prehistory of Africa
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Human Behavioral Differences in Southern Africa During the Later Pleistocene1
An examination of four “Middle Stone Age” archaeological occurrences with specific attention to details of paleo-environmental conditions (determined from archaeological data and by inference fromExpand
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