The Prehistory of East Africa.


Probably more is known about the very earliest phases of man’s existance in East Africa than any other part of the world.This is the first book to treat the prehistory of East Africa as a whole.Although focused mainly on Kenya the neighbouring territories of Tanganyika,Uganda,the Somalilands,Abyssinia,and the Sudan are woven into the cultural pattern.A brilliant study.

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limp printed card covers,some slight edge-wear,and a little on the brubby side.Size 8×5 pp 301,inc,index,references,illustrations in text,page maps,some black and white reproduced photographic plates Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread) A little foxing in the prelims.But generally age-browned throughout.


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