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EMPOWERING PLACES: ROCK SHELTERS AND RITUAL CONTROL IN FARMER-FORAGER INTERACTIONS IN THE NORTHERN PROVINCE*
'I In this paper we examine evidence from rock shelters in the Northern Province that points towards a complex sequence of interaction between foragers and farmers. Farmers underwent radical shiftsExpand
Hunter-gatherer-fishers of the Fish River basin : a contribution to the Holocene prehistory of the eastern Cape
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Climate change and agropastoralist settlement in the Shashe-Limpopo River Basin, southern Africa: AD 880 to 1700
The expansion and decline of complex socio-politicalfarming systems in the Shashe-Limpopo River Basin, southern Africa, has been linked to large-scale climate shifts in which increased rainfallExpand
LATER STONE AGE BURIAL VARIABILITY IN THE CAPE: A SOCIAL INTERPRETATION *
Burial complexes from mid- to late Holocene Later Stone Age occupations atKlasiesRiverMouth Cave Sand Welgeluk Shelterare described and analysed. The data indicate thatthe expected relationshipExpand
Identity and Political Centralisation in the Western Regions of Highveld, c.1770–c.1830: An Archaeological Perspective
Political centralisation in the area of present-day North West Province in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries has conventionally been associated with a broad identity, homogenised asExpand
Forager lithics and Early Moloko homesteads at Madikwe
Two lithic scatters are reported that appear to be associated with Early Moloko homesteads. On the basis of the spatial location of the lithic scatters within the homesteads, some ideas are presentedExpand
Shona ethnography and the archaeology of the K2 burials
The early second-millenium K2 burial collection is the largest recovered from a southern African Iron Age site. Even though most of these came from Gardner's excavations in the 1930s, the quality ofExpand
AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF COPPER AND IRON PRODUCTION AT MAROTHODI, AN EARLY 19 TH CENTURY TSWANA TOWN, RUSTENBURG DISTRICT, SOUTH AFRICA
The archaeological evidence for iron and especially copper production at Marothodi indicates that output far exceeded local requirements. Preliminary analyses of slag and metal provide insight intoExpand
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