South African Early Iron Age in Zambia

  • John H. Robertson
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Abstract

RELATIVE TIME PERIOD: Follows the Southern and Eastern Africa Late Stone Age, precedes the historic period.

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Clay Sandstone Jurassic Excavation Bark 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • John H. Robertson
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  1. 1.Behavioral Sciences DepartmentMount Royal CollegeCalgaryCanada

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