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  • ISBN 0521069629
  • ISBN13 978-0521069625
  • Language English
  • Author J. D. Clark
  • Publisher Cambridge University Press (May 2, 1969)
  • Pages 270
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Palaeoecology and Detailed Stratigraphy of the Excavations.

The Geology, Palaeoecology and Detailed Stratigraphy of the Excavations. With contributions by Cole G. Haldemann E. Kleindienst M. and Barker E. M. Van Zinderen. xvi + 253 pages, 42 figures, 32 plates. Cambridge University Press, 1969. Price £4 10. 0. P. A. Mellars. Published: 1 December 1970. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, Volume 36, pp 388-389; doi:10.

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The Twin Rivers Kopje, Zambia: stratigraphy, fauna, and artefact assemblages from the 1954 and 1956 excavations.

Kalambo Falls prehistoric site, Volume I: the geology, palaeoecology and detailed stratigraphy of the excavations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The Sangoan culture of Equatoria: the implications of its stone equipment, in E. Ripoll-Perello (e. Miscellanea en honenaje al Abate Henri Breuil, Volume 1: 309-21. The Twin Rivers Kopje, Zambia: stratigraphy, fauna, and artefact assemblages from the 1954 and 1956 excavations. Journal of Archaeological Science 28(3): 305-30.

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The Kalambo falls prehistoric settlement is located about 30 kilometres .

The Kalambo falls prehistoric settlement is located about 30 kilometres North-West of Mbala district, Northern province. The site was excavated by professor John desmond Clark duringthe period 1956-1959. The excavations conducted in the lake-beds revealed exposed a stone age sequence extending from the early stone age through to the iron age, most of it stratified in living floors. The site was gazzetted a national monument under notice number 454 0f 1964. Like many other national monuments, the site is protected and managed under the national heritage conservation act, ca. 3 of 1989 of the laws of Zambia.

The prehistoric site, created by the periodic damming of the Kalambo river channel, lies behind the lip of the falls. The lake was used by hominins for toolmaking and other activities. 1969, Kalambo Falls Prehistoric Site I, the Geology, Palaeoecology and detailed stratigraphy of the excavations, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. tools; a) ‘striations’ indicate the Clark, . 1970, The Prehistory of Africa, Thames and Hudson, London. trajectory of implement Clark, . 2001, Kalambo Falls Prehistoric Site III, the Earlier Cultures: Middle and Earlier Stone Age, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

The site would eventually emerge as one of the most important archaeological finds of the twentieth century, providing a record of more than two hundred and fifty thousand years of human history. The Prehistoric Cultures of the Horn of Africa: An Analysis of the Stone Age Cultural and Climatic Succession in the Somalilands and Eastern Parts of Abyssinia (Paperback) - Common.