The South African Archaeological Bulletin


In at the deep end:a field training remembered. Three decades of Iron age research in South Africa:some personal reflections. The Cinderella metaphor:the maturing of archaeology as a profession in South Africa. The long shadow of Ray Inskeep. Planting an idea: an archaeology of Stone Age gatherers in South Africa. The neglected alternative:historical narrative at Nelsons Bay Cave. Mythical African ‘Australoids’ and triangular bricks:the Cape flats skull in retrospect. Personal reminiscences of Ray Inskeep in Northern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) 1957-1959. Ray Inskeep and the Kalomo culture.

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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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