The South African Archaeological Bulletin


Tanged arrowheads from Later Stone age sites in the Seacow River Valley. Pressure- flaked points in Lesotho:dating distribution of radiocarbon dates for the Iron Age in Southern Africa. An infant grave from K2 Greefswald. Capturing the spoor:towards explaning Kudu in San rock art of the Limpopo,Shashi,confluence area. Mary Elizabeth Barber,the Bowkers and South African prehistory,Divination animals further evidence of San/Nguni borrowing. Taphonomy and the micromammals from Elands Bay cave. ‘Meaning’in Southern African San rock-art: another impasse.

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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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