Southern Africa has one of the longest histories of occupation by modern humans and their ancestors anywhere in the world: over three million years. Research in Southern Africa is central to many key debates in contemporary archaeology, including hominid origins, the origins of anatomically modern humans and modern forms of behavior, and the development of ethnographically informed perspectives for understanding its rich heritage of rock art. This is the first attempt at a synthesis of the sub-continent's past in over forty years.


Title: The Archaeology of Southern Africa Series: CAMBRIDGE AFRICA COLLECTION


ISBN: 9780521533843 Author: Peter Mitchell


Publisher: Cambridge University Press Applicable Grades/


Level: Academic Publication


Language: English


Format: Paperback Type: Academic Resources


The Archaeology of Southern Africa 9780521533843


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Southern Africa has one of the longest histories of occupation by modern humans and their ancestors anywhere in the world: over three million years. Research in Southern Africa is central to many key debates in contemporary archaeology, including hominid origins, the origins of anatomically modern humans and modern forms of behavior, and the development of ethnographically informed perspectives for understanding its rich heritage of rock art. This is the first attempt at a synthesis of the sub-continent's past in over forty years.


Title: The Archaeology of Southern Africa Series: CAMBRIDGE AFRICA COLLECTION


ISBN: 9780521533843 Author: Peter Mitchell


Publisher: Cambridge University Press Applicable Grades/


Level: Academic Publication


Language: English


Format: Paperback Type: Academic Resources