June 2008

1. Editorial

  1. Captain Howison’s Poort

2. Research Articles

  1. Geochemical Characterization of Archaeological Ochre at Nelson Bay Cave(Western Cape Province), South Africa
    J.A. Bernatchez
  2. Through the Crystal Ball: Making Sense of Spheroids in the Middle Stone Age
    N. Walker
  3. Blade and Bladelet Function and Variability in Risk Management During the Last 2000 Years in the Northern Cape
    M. Lombard & I. Parsons
  4. A Description of Iron Age Skeletons from the Pilanesberg National Park, South Africa
    E.N. L’abbé, F.P. Coetzee & M. Loots
  5. A War Uncovered: Human Remains From Thabantsho (Maleoskop), South Africa
    W.S. Boshoff & M. Steyn
  6. The Grave of King Mgolombane Sandile Ngqika: Revisting the Legend
    W.C. Nienaber, M. Steyn & L. Hutten

3. Field And Technical Reports

  1. Five Later Stone Age Artefact Assemblages from the Interior Northern Cape Province
  2. The Matjes River Rock Shelter: A Description of the Skeletal Assemblage
    E.N. L’abbé, M. Loots & N. Keough
  3. New Excavations at Klein Kliphuis Rock Shelter, Cederberg Mountains, Westerncape, South Africa: The Late Holocene Deposits
    J. Orton & A. Mackay

4. Discussion Forum

  1. Archaeological Impact Assessments Within South African Legislation
    W. Fourie
  2. Standards for Curation of Archaeological Material: Some Thoughts on the Issues
    Z. Henderson
  3. More on Rock Art Removal
    R.G. Bednarik
  4. A “New History of South Africa”
    R.J. Mason

5. Bookreviews

  1. Currents In African Historical Archaeology At The Turn Of A Millennium: A Review Essay
    By N. Swanepoel
  2. Archaeology And The Modern World: Colonial Transcripts In South Africa And The Chesapeake
  3. Cattle For Beads: The Archaeology Of Historical Contact And Trade On The Namib Coast
  4. An Archaeology Of Elmina: Africans And Europeans On The Gold Coast
  5. Making History In Banda: Anthropological Visions Of Africa’s Past
  6. African Historical Archaeologies
  7. Historical Archaeology In Africa: Representation, Social Memory And Oral Traditions