The Archaeological Heritage of Africa by Gilbert Pwiti, Webber Ndoro Cambridge University Press

The Archaeological Heritage of Africa by Gilbert Pwiti, Webber Ndoro

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Book Title
The Archaeological Heritage of Africa by Gilbert Pwiti, Webber Ndoro
Author
Cambridge University Press
ISBN
9780521128445
The Archaeological Heritage of Africa reclaims the richness of Africa’s ancient past and demonstrates its significance to the modern world. From the rock art of Africa, to the palaces and trading centres of East Africa, the stone tradition of Great Zimbabwe to the cultures of West Africa and the Sahara – this book showcases the spectacular achievements and diversity of ancient cultures across the African continent. Heritage sites in all corners of the continent demonstrate highly developed ancient knowledge systems, from Late Stone Age to early farming communities.
The Archaeological Heritage of Africa reclaims the richness of Africa’s ancient past and demonstrates its significance to the modern world. From the rock art of Africa, to the palaces and trading centres of East Africa, the stone tradition of Great Zimbabwe to the cultures of West Africa and the Sahara – this book showcases the spectacular achievements and diversity of ancient cultures across the African continent. Heritage sites in all corners of the continent demonstrate highly developed ancient knowledge systems, from Late Stone Age to early farming communities.
The Archaeological Heritage of Africa reclaims the richness of Africa’s ancient past and demonstrates its significance to the modern world. From the rock art of Africa, to the palaces and trading centres of East Africa, the stone tradition of Great Zimbabwe to the cultures of West Africa and the Sahara – this book showcases the spectacular achievements and diversity of ancient cultures across the African continent. Heritage sites in all corners of the continent demonstrate highly developed ancient knowledge systems, from Late Stone Age to early farming communities.