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Archaeologically yours. A personal journey into the prehistory of Southern Africa/Namibia

Archaeologically yours. A personal journey into the prehistory of Southern Africa/Namibia

Archaeologically yours introduces research methods and their results in the prehistory of southern Africa and the recent history in Namibia.
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Title: Archaeologically yours
Subtitle: A personal journey into the prehistory of Southern Africa/Namibia
Author: Beatrice Sandelowsky
Publisher: Namibia Scientific Society
Windhoek, 2004
ISBN 9991640576 / ISBN 99916-40-57-6
Softcover, 17x24 cm, 203 pages, many bw- and colour photos

Description:

This highly interesting and entertaining book begins with the "...thought of being invited to join an expedition with internationally famous scientists had a dreamlike quality for me as a graduate student...". And then Beatrice Sandelowsky describes the research she did in Malawi under the guidance of Professor Desmond Clark, Keith Robinson, Sonia Cole and others. The following chapters are devoted to her archaeological work in Namibia under the Apartheid regime and a spate of teaching at a tribal university in South Africa. The pace is fast and humorous. Two final chapters relate the trials and tributations in setting up The University Centre for Studies in Namibia (TUCSIN) and the Rehoboth Museum in Namibia. The reader ends up with a good idea about research methods and their results in the prehistory of southern Africa and the recent history in Namibia.

Content: Archaeologically yours. A personal journey into the prehistory of Southern Africa/Namibia

A Research expedition to Malawi
Mwanganda's Site
Up to the Nyika Plateau
FingiraHill Rock Shelter
Once more to Malawi
Phopo Hill
Lovely Livingstonia
Chowo Rock
Timeline
Coming home to South West Africa / Namibia
Stone Tuyeres
Work at the Windhoek State Museum
Meob Bay
Rehoboth
The Drierivier excavation
Working on the Battle Front
The great wood carvers of Kavango
The San and the Iron Age
Dikundu
The University of the Western Cape
The Central Namib Desert
Ancient tracks near Tsondab Vlei
Mirabib Hill Shelter in the Central Namib Desert
An Ethno-Archaeological study of the !Naranin/Topnaar
Getting to know plants through the microscope
Owl pellets as indicators of climatic change
Managing with the help of my friends
Hennops Cave
The University Centre for Studies in Namibia (TUCSIN)
The Rehoboth Museum
Drierivier Cairn 2, Tree Cairn site and Boorgat
Selected Bibliography
Selected Index
Maps


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