Archaeology in Southern Africa.


The fossilised man-apes of Makapansgat,the might of Monomotapa.The gold rhinoceros of Mapungubwe,the painted eland of the Drakensberg.The hand axes of the Earlier Stone Age,the ritual burials of the Later Stone Age.Cosmetic mines in Swaziland,goldmines in Rhodesia.These are just a few of the intriguing subjects covered by this lively account of archaeology and prehistory in Southern Africa.

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Printed h/b in nice clean boards,slight wear to bottom edges and corners,in a nice clean illustrated d/w,a little wear to bottom edges and to both ends of spine.Size 9×6 pp 170,inc,index,plates,some in colour,no maps.Hinges strong.Binding good.No staining,browning,or foxing.Internally nice and clean throughout. A v/g–v/g++ clean copy.


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