Bibliography: p. 254-272.
|Series||Cambridge monographs in African archaeology ;, 19, BAR international series ;, 339|
|LC Classifications||GN865.D73 O67 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 272 p. :|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||87176820|
The Later Stone Age of the Drakensberg Range and its Foothills, British Archaeological Reports International Series, , Oxford. Google Scholar. Opperman, H., and Heydenrych, B. (). A 22, year old Middle Stone Age camp site with plant food remains from the north-eastern by: ‘Project Piedemonte’: between the Maloti-Drakensberg and the Great Escarpment in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa - Volume 94 Issue - Paloma de la Peña, David M. Witelson. in the Drakensberg or its foothills by the colonial powers (Wright 45–; The Later Stone Age of the Drakensberg range and its foothills. Oxford: Book. Full-text available. By late in the 20th century the majority of land along the length of the Drakensberg had become consolidated and was administered in its entirety by the Natal Parks Board. The Board later combined with the KwaZulu Department of Nature Conservation and the new KwaZulu-Natal Nature Conservation Service was formed.
Drakensberg, the main mountain range of Southern Drakensberg rises to more t feet (3, metres) and extends roughly northeast to southwest for miles (1, km) parallel to the southeastern coast of South and cave art several thousands of years old has been found in the range. The Later Stone Age (LSA) is a period in African prehistory that follows the Middle Stone Age. The Later Stone Age is associated with the advent of modern human behavior in Africa, although definitions of this concept and means of studying it are up for debate. The transition from the Middle Stone Age to the Later Stone Age is thought to have. Evocative names, both equally applicable to South Africa’s mightiest mountain range with its spear-like peaks – reminiscent of the saw-toothed spine of a gigantic dragon.” Panorama April This blog is all about the Drakensberg Mountains and its Wilderness area, South Africa. The Drakensberg (Afrikaans: Drakensberge, Zulu: uKhahlamba, Sotho: Maluti) is the name given to the eastern portion of the Great Escarpment, which encloses the central Southern African plateau. The Great Escarpment reaches its greatest elevation – 2, to 3, metres (6, to 11, feet) within the border region of South Africa and Lesotho.
The Later Stone Age of the Drakensberg Range and its Foothills (British Archaeological Reports, ). Ellenberger, V. La Fin Tragique des Bushmen (Amiot Dumont, ). Visitors to the National Park can take guided walks up to one of the many caves or rock over-hangs to view examples of these Later Stone Age people's art. Some of the artwork dates back to over 1 years ago while other examples are 'newer' depicting ox-wagons and men with rifles and cattle that have been dated back to around years ago. the first book devoted solely to UDP rock art in and Patricia Vinnicombe, who was raised in the Drakensberg foothills, took up the challenge of recording and writing about the paintings. They were joined in the s by Woodhouse (), Lewis-Williams () and Pager (). Between and , Val Ward and Aron. CCI - Catalogue Collectif indexé du réseau FRANTIQ Your cart is empty. Cart; Lists. Public lists; MOM Don Laurent Chrzanovski