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African Archaeological Review

, Volume 17, Issue 4, pp 235–240 | Cite as

Book Review: Ditswa Mmung: The Archaeology of Botswana. Edited by Paul Lane, Andrew Reid and Alinah Segobye. Botswana Society, Gaborone (ISBN 99912 60 39 0) and Pula Press (ISBN 99912 61 58 3), 1998, 263 pp.

  • Gilbert Pwiti
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  • Gilbert Pwiti
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  1. 1.Archaeology Unit History DepartmentUniversity of Zimbabwe HarareZimbabwe

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