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December 2019 (74) (211)

CONTENTS

  65  EDITORIAL 
  65  
Seliyozilahla kunina: Appreciating the colourful skies as the sun sets — N. Ndlovu
  67  RESEARCH ARTICLES
  67  INTEGRATING GEOARCHAEOLOGICAL APPROACHES AND RAINFALL MODELLING AS A PROXY FOR HYDROLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE SHASHE–LIMPOPO BASIN, SOUTH AFRICA 
        B. NXUMALO
  78  A PRELIMINARY STUDY USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS TO DETERMINE THE EXTENT OF URBAN EXPANSION OF SOUTHERN JOHANNESBURG AND ITS EFFECT ON IRON AGE STONE-WALLED STRUCTURES 
        S.L. NAIDU

  87  
WOMEN, HOUSES AND LIMINALITY: A STUDY ON THE REPRESENTATIONS OF WOMEN IN THE 19TH CENTURY ROCK ENGRAVINGS AT GROOTFONTEIN FARM, NORTHERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA
        V. LUPUWANA & S. HALL
104  A MULTIPLE-INSTITUTION CORPORATION’S ENGAGEMENT OF LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT: THE CASE OF OLDUVAI GORGE, NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA (NCA), TANZANIA
        P. M. BUSHOZI  
112  FIELD AND TECHNICAL REPORTS
112  WOOD FOR CHARCOAL: IDENTIFYING TREE SPECIES FROM ARCHAEO-METALLURGICAL SITES AT CHIGARAMBONI, SOUTHEASTERN ZIMBABWE
        J. CHIKUMBIRIKE, M. BAMFORD & A. ESTERHUYSEN
120  AMS DATING AND ANCIENT METALLURGY IN THE TSWAPONG HILLS, BOTSWANA
        T.N. HUFFMAN & S. WOODBORNE
127  REVISITING KLASIES RIVER: A REPORT ON THE LARGE MAMMAL REMAINS FROM THE DEACON EXCAVATIONS OF KLASIES RIVER MAIN SITE, SOUTH AFRICA 
        L.VAN PLETZEN-VOS, J. BRINK, J.P. REYNARD & S. WURZ
138  DISCUSSION FORUM
138  ‘HUMBLE’ KNOWLEDGE IN THE PALAEOSCIENCES: ISN’T IT TIME TO DECOLONISE?
        N. VILAKAZI
141  IN MEMORIAM
141  JAMES SIMPSON BRINK 1957–2019
        L. ROSSOUW
142  EDWIN HANISCH 1950–2018
        A.R. ANTONITES
144  BOOK REVIEWS
144  Who We Are and How We Got Here: Ancient DNA and the New Science of the Human Past — Reviewed by A.G. Morris
145  Fishing: How the Sea Fed Civilization — Reviewed by C. Poggenpoel
145  Visionary Animal: Rock Art from Southern Africa — Reviewed by N. Ndlovu
148  THESES AND DISSERTATIONS
148  Recently Conferred Doctorate and Masters Degrees on Aspects of African Archaeology