The South African Archaeological Bulletin


Through the veil: San Rock Paintings and the rock face. Symbols of poyency in the paintings of Zimbabwe. The use of ‘Stone Scrapers’ by semi-sedentary Pasoralist groups in Namaqualand,South Africa. ‘Of commomers and Kings’. Faunal remaines from Ondini. The faunal remains from recent excavations at Umgungundlovu. Mini counts as estimated of species abundance. Analysis of South African Rock Art pigments by X-Ray,fluorescene spectroscopy.

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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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