Taking Stock

@article{Smith2004TakingS,
  title={Taking Stock},
  author={Benjamin Smith and Sven Ouzman},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2004},
  volume={45},
  pages={499 - 526}
}
Recent archaeological research has identified a widespread southern African rock art tradition that materially affects the debate over what archaeology can tell us about prehistory in southern Africa. This tradition differs from the one attributed to the ancestors of todays San in being dominated by roughpecked and fingerpainted geometric imagery. Using appearance, technique, age, geographic distribution, site preference, and relationship to known Sanproduced rock art, this article considers… Expand
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The relevance of prehistoric rock art in the present
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