Previous Issue
DECEMBER 2020 (75) (213)

CONTENTS

97    EDITORIAL
97    Looking back, looking forward — N. Swanepoel
 
99    RESEARCH ARTICLES
99    WORK OR STARVE: DRY HARTS FORCED LABOUR CAMP, NOVEMBER 1901–DECEMBER 1902
        G. BENNEYWORTH
111  HUMAN BURIALS FROM SOMNAAS FARM, NAMAQUALAND, SOUTH AFRICA
        G. DEWAR, J. SEALY & D. HALKETT
120  ANIMALS AND SPIRITS OF THE ROAD IN NAMA AND DAMARA FOLKLORE AND FOLK BELIEF
        S. SCHMIDT
 
128  FIELD AND TECHNICAL REPORTS
128  A FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT OF THE NOTCHED BONE ARTEFACTS FROM KLASIES RIVER MAIN SITE
        J. BRADFIELD & S. WURZ
137  A TSWANA STONE-WALLED STRUCTURE NEAR STERKFONTEIN CAVES IN THE CRADLE OF HUMANKIND
        T. FORSSMAN, M. LOTTER, M.V. CARUANA & D. STRATFORD
146  AN INTRODUCTION TO THE FORMAL TOOLS FROM THE ACHEULEAN SITE OF PENHILL FARM, LOWER SUNDAYS RIVER VALLEY, SOUTH AFRICA
        M.G. LOTTER
156  BABOONS, MARULA AND ARCHAEOLOGY: ASSESSING THE ROLE OF BABOON FAECES FOR THE PRESENCE OF MARULA REMAINS AT OLIEBOOMSPOORT, SOUTH AFRICA
        C. SIEVERS, M. VAN DER RYST & S. NAIDU

161  
DISCUSSION FORUM
161  NEW METHODS FOR DIRECT DATING OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN ROCK PAINTINGS – TESTING THE METHODS
        P. JOLLY
164  RESPONSE TO DISCUSSION: NEW METHODS FOR DIRECT DATING OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN ROCK PAINTINGS – TESTING THE METHODS, BY PIETER JOLLY
        D. BONNEAU, D.G. PEARCE, P.J. MITCHELL & T.F.G. HIGHAM
168  REPLY TO BONNEAU ET AL. (2020)
        P. JOLLY

170  IN MEMORIAM
170  REVIL JOHN MASON 1929–2020
        S. HALL

172  BOOK REVIEWS
172  Climate, Clothing and Agriculture in Prehistory: Linking Evidence, Causes, and Effects — Reviewed by C. Sievers
173  
Metals in Past Societies: A Global Perspective on Indigenous African Metallurgy — Reviewed by A. Esterhuysen
173  Prehistoric Stone Tools of Eastern Africa: a Guide — Reviewed by P. de la Peña

175  THESES AND DISSERTATIONS
175  Recently Conferred Doctorate and Masters Degrees on Aspects of African Archaeology