The South African Archaeological Bulletin


The Grand Parade,Cape Town:archaeological excavations of the seventeenth century Fort De Goede Hoop. Preliminary report on the Koebee rock paintings,Western Cape Province,South Africa. To strike the necessary fire:acquisition of guns by the Seacow Valley Bushmen. Sliding doors at Mokgaties,a nineteenth century Tswana town in the Central Transvaal. Organic materials from wet archaeological sites:the conservation of waterlogged wood. Charcoal yields from dry wood samples of ten Savanna trees. Southern African archaeology in the 1900’s.

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All in limp printed card covers,generaly in good condition,some slightly hand-soild.Sizes al 12×8 pp ranging from 47 to b/w photographic prints,diagrams and sketched in text,illustrations of artifacts,various tables and charts,graphs and page maps,site plans.All internally clean and bright throughout.This is very interesting material


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