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Dietary stable carbon isotope signatures of the Early Iron Age inhabitants of Ngamiland
(Botswana Society, http://www.botsoc.org.bw, 2011)
The wide spread presence of Late Stone Age (LSA) and Early Iron Age (EIA) communities such as at the Tsodilo Hills, Matlapaneng, Serondela, Qogana, and other sites have been documented in Ngamiland, nofthwestetn Botswana ...
An ethnographic study of initiation schools among the Bakgatla ba ga Kgafela at Mochudi (1874-1988)
(University of Botswana, www.ub.bw, 2001)
In and around the Makgadikgadi Pans there are several archaeological sites that have been interpreted as places were initiation rites took place in ancient times. But how can one tell they were initiation sites? This paper ...
A Leopard's Kopye burial at Mathangwane in northeastern Botswana
(South African Archaeological Society, http://www.archaeologysa.co.za, 2013)
We report on a rare northern Leopard's Kopje grave in Botswana of a male from a small settlement, who, nonetheless, was buried with nine pots and many trade beads. The set of whole and decorated pots with traces of the ...