W.J.G. Möhlig (ed.): Cultural Change in the Prehistory of Arid Africa – Perspectives of Archaeology and Linguistics [PDF]


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SUGIA Sprache und Geschichte in Afrika 18/2007

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230 pp.
20 maps, 1 photo, 15 figures and overviews, 1 diagram, 5 tables

Text language: English



Marianne Bechhaus-Gerst / Birgit Keding: Meat or Milk? Archaeological and Linguistic Evidence for the Peridynastic Use of Cattle in the Eastern Sahara
Gerrit J. Dimmendaal: Eastern Sudanic and the Wadi Howar and Wadi el Milk Diaspora
Wilfrid H.G. Haacke: Linguistic Hypotheses on the Origin of Namibian Khoekhoe Speakers
Friederike Jesse / Reinhard Klein-Arendt: Putting together Archaeology and Historical Linguistics – The Case of Pottery
Eileen Kose / Jürgen Richter: The Prehistory of the Kavango People
Wilhelm J.G. Möhlig: Linguistic Evidence of Cultural Change – The Case of the Rumanyo Speaking People in Northern Namibia
Gerda Rossel: The study of Ensete Crop History
Rainer Vossen: Languages of the Desert … and what they can tell us about the Economic History of Southern Africa

General Bibliography

Under these links you will find further publications on the languages and cultures at the Kavango/Namibia and publications of the contributors:

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