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The exploitation of aquatic resources in Holocene West Africa  

Veerle Linseele

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Mar 2017
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Apr 2017
In sub-Saharan West Africa, substantial archaeological evidence only appears from about 2000 bc. From that time onwards, sites with large proportions of fish-bones and large numbers of ... More

Middle and Later Stone Age hunters and their prey in southern Africa  

Ina Plug

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Mar 2017
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Apr 2017
Identifications of animal remains from southern African Stone Age sites are complicated by the abundancy of taxa, skeletal differences, a wide variety of habitats, and the fragmented ... More

The zooarchaeology of Iron Age farmers from southern Africa  

Shaw Badenhorst

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Mar 2017
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Apr 2017
The Iron Age of southern Africa covers the spread and occupation of Bantu-speaking farmers during the last 1,500 years. Archaeological research of these farmers was heavily influenced by ... More

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