Book Review: The Tanzanian Coast in the First Millennium AD. An Archaeology of the Iron-Working, Farming Communities (Studies in African Archaeology 7).By Felix Chami. Societas Archaeological Upsaliensis, Uppsala, 1994, 106 pp.
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