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African Archaeological Review

, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp 3–5 | Cite as

B. Mark Lynch 20 February 1952–14 December 1982

  • Lawrence H. Robbins
  • Dorothy Nelson
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Publications and Papers on Africa by B. M. Lynch

  1. Angel, J. L., Phenice, T. W., Robbins, L. H., and Lynch, B. Mark. 1980.Late Stone-Age fishermen of Lothagam, Kenya. Michigan State University Museum. Anthropological Series, vol. 3, no. 2 (See chapters 4 and 6 for contributions by Lynch).Google Scholar
  2. Lynch, B. M. 1975. Rhodesian ruins: a test of the utility of central place theory. Paper presented to the Third Meeting of theSociety of Africanist Archaeologists in America, April 25, Boston, Massachusetts.Google Scholar
  3. Lynch, B. M. 1977. Namoratunga: mortuary behavior west of Lake Turkana, northwest Kenya. Paper presented to the Fourth Meeting of theSociety of Africanist Archaeologists in America, April 27, New Orleans, Louisiana.Google Scholar
  4. Lynch, B. M. 1977. Preliminary report on the 1975–76 excavations at Namoratunga.Azania 12:193–208.Google Scholar
  5. Lynch, B. M. and Robbins, L. H. 1977. Excavations at Lothagam 1975: a comparison between a typological and computer study of stone artifacts.Azania 12:43–52.Google Scholar
  6. Lynch, B. M. and Robbins, L. H. 1977. Animal brands and the interpretation of rock art in East Africa.Current Anthropology 18(3):538–39.Google Scholar
  7. Lynch, B. M. 1978.The Namoratunga sites of northwest Kenya: a study of early pastoralist social organization. Ph.D. Thesis, Michigan State University.Google Scholar
  8. Lynch, B. M. and Robbins, L. H. 1978. New evidence for the use of microliths in East Africa.Current Anthropology 19(3):619–20.Google Scholar
  9. Lynch, B. M. and Robbins, L. H. 1978. Namoratunga: the first archaeo-astronomical evidence from Subsaharan Africa.Science 200(4343):766–68.Google Scholar
  10. Lynch, B. M. 1979. Archaeo-astronomical evidence from East Africa. Paper presented to the Fifth Meeting of theSociety of Africanist Archaeologists in America, April 21, Calgary, Canada.Google Scholar
  11. Lynch, B. M. 1979. Rock art as a tool in reconstructing social organization. Paper presented to theAmerican Anthropological Association meeting, Nov. 27 – Dec. 1, Cincinnati, Ohio.Google Scholar
  12. Lynch, B. M. 1979. Four Turkana graves from Namoratunga in northwest Kenya.Azania 14:161–62.Google Scholar
  13. Lynch, B. M. and Robbins, L. H. 1979. New archaeological evidence from northwest Kenya with special reference to Cushitic and Nilotic prehistory. Paper presented to the Fifth Meeting of theSociety of Africanist Archaeologists in America, April 21, Calgary, Canada.Google Scholar
  14. Lynch, B. M. and Robbins, L. H. 1979. Cushitic and Nilotic prehistory: new archaeological evidence from northwest Kenya.Journal of African History 20(2):319–28.Google Scholar
  15. Lynch, B. M. and Donahue, R. 1980. A statistical analysis of two rock-art sites in northwest Kenya.Journal of Field Archaeology 7:75–85.Google Scholar
  16. Lynch, B. M. 1980. Rock art and sociopolitical boundaries among East African pastoralists.Anthropology 4(2):77–90.Google Scholar
  17. Lynch, B. M. 1982. Namoratunga: a study of early pastoralist social organisation. InCulture history in the Southern Sudan: archaeology, linguistics and ethnohistory (eds J. Mack and P. Robertshaw): pp. 149–64.Google Scholar
  18. Lynch, B. M. 1982. Comments on R. Soper, ‘Archaeo-astronomical Cushites: some comments.’Azania 17:157–60.Google Scholar

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© Cambridge University Press 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • Lawrence H. Robbins
    • 1
  • Dorothy Nelson
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of AnthropologyMichigan State UniversityUSA

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