The Later Prehistory of Eastern and Southern Africa.


This book summarises present knowledge of the prehistory of eastern and southern Africa during the last twenty-thousand years,up to the time when history takes over.This is the period whose cultural richness and diversity often comes as a surprise to the outsider,and which saw the inception of food production,techniques in regions where man had previously gained his livlihood by hunting, gathering and fishing.Particular attention is paid to the evidence for the origin and spread of the Iron Age peoples.

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Limp illustrated card covers,both coppies nice and clean and sharp.Sizes 9×6 pp XII+323,inc,index,references,b/w photographic prints,sketches and diagrams of artifacts in text,page maps,list of plates and figures.All hinges strong.Both bindings good to firm.Both copy’s slightly hand-soiled on the outer edges.No foxing,staining or browning.Both copy’s internally clean and bright throughout.


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