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The site of Garumele (700–200 years ago approx.), on the north-western shores of Lake Chad, has long been the subject of speculation by archaeologists and historians, due to its supposed link with the history of the Kanem- Borno polity and because of the presence of fragments of baked bricks at...
This paper presents new information obtained from a recent excavation and reassessment of the stratigraphy, chronology, archaeological assemblages and environmental context of the Apollo 11 rockshelter, which contains the longest late Pleistocene and Holocene archaeological sequence in Namibia....
The emergence of pottery is a compelling issue for archaeologists. In Africa, pottery appeared in what is now the southern part of the Sahara and the Sahel at different localities and in different contexts in the 10 th millennium bp. This paper aims to give an overview of the available data...
The rock art of Uganda has not been extensively explored and its authorship has remained uncertain due to its obscure geometric iconography and unknown date. This paper, developed out of my PhD thesis, provides an analysis of the geometric rock art of Uganda and describes its relationship with...
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