The Early Microlithic Assemblages of Southern Africa.


Here again we have another accademic volume,entirely devoted to the archaeologist.This vol. is a study of early microlithics (That is a study of the production and the assemblages of various small tools,blades and implements),that were produced from larger stones using various techniques.Set out in 11 chapters it opens with the historical background to the study of the early Later Stone Age,Southern Africa in general,Basutoland,The cape province,Natal and the Transvaal,and various other areas are studied.Serious stuff.

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Limp printed card covers,in fine as new condition.Size 11x 8, pp 10+311,inc,bibliography,various tables and charts,graphs,illustrations in text,site maps,page actual plates typed text only.Hinges strong,binding tight (suggest unread) No foxing,staining or browning ,internally and externally clean and bright throughout. A as new clean copy.


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