African Civilizations: An Archaeological Perspective / Edition 2by Graham Connah, Douglas Hobbs
This edition of African Civilizations, first published in 2001, re-examines the physical evidence for developing social complexity in tropical Africa.See more details below
This edition of African Civilizations, first published in 2001, re-examines the physical evidence for developing social complexity in tropical Africa.
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Table of Contents1. The context; 2. Birth on the Nile: the Nubian achievement; 3. The benefits of isolation: the Ethiopian Highlands; 4. An optimal zone: the West African savanna; 5. Brilliance beneath the trees: the West African forest and its fringes; 6. The edge or the centre: cities of the East African coast and islands; 7. A question of context: Great Zimbabwe and related sites; 8. In the heart of Africa: the Upemba Depression and the Interlacustrine Region; 9. What are the common denominators?
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