Close
You have no items in your shopping cart.
Search
Picture for category Archaeology

Archaeology

Archaeology
3 Items in Grid 4 Items in Grid List

Books & bones & other things

Books tell stories about our lifeworld. In this book Jan Coetzee invites us to critically inquire into the aims, the content, and the context of the stories contained in a collection of old books from an old world.
R 331,50 R 390,00

A Little History of Archaeology

The thrilling history of archaeological adventure, with tales of danger, debate, audacious explorers, and astonishing discoveries around the globe
R 344,25 R 405,00

Magicians of the Gods: The Forgotten Wisdom of Earth's Lost Civilisation - The Sequel to Fingerprints of the Gods

New archaeological evidence for a pre-historic civilisation updated with two substantial new chapters brimming with recent reporting of fresh scientific advances.
R 242,25 R 285,00

Ancient Treasures : The Discovery of Lost Hoards, Sunken Ships, Buried Vaults, and Other Long-Forgotten Artifacts

Why are so many people fascinated by treasure? Is it purely a desire for wealth or is it, also, the romantic appeal of tales of lost ancient artifacts? It is certainly true that the stories behind the loss and recovery of a number of ancient treasures read like edge-of-the-seat fiction, somewhere between Indiana Jones and James Bond. In ANCIENT TREASURES, you will read fascinating stories of lost hoards, looted archaeological artifacts and sunken treasures, including: * The Sevso Treasure, a h
R 191,26 R 225,01

Archaeology: A Very Short Introduction

The explorations of archaeology encompass the whole globe, survey 2.5 million years, and range from deserts to jungles, from deep caves to mountain tops, and from pebble tools to GPS. Its efforts to reconstruct and understand the past do not fail to fascinate us. Paul Bahn explores the importance of archaeology in this entertaining introduction.
R 99,41 R 116,95

Europe Between the Oceans : 9000 BC-AD 1000

Europe is, in world terms, a relatively minor peninsula attached to the Eurasian land mass, yet it became one of the most innovative regions on the planet. This title sees Europe not in terms of states and shifting land boundaries, but as a geographical niche particularly favoured in facing many seas.
R 535,50 R 630,00

Five hundred years rediscovered : Southern African precedents and prospects

In the age of the African Renaissance, southern Africa has needed to reinterpret the past in fresh and more appropriate ways.
R 299,20 R 352,00

Handbook to the Iron Age : The Archaeology of Pre-colonial Farming Societies in Southern Africa

Covers the last 2000 years in Southern Africa. This work outlines essential topics such as settlement organisation, stonewalled patterns, ritual residues, long-distance trade and ancient mining. It also presents a comprehensive culture-history sequence through ceramic analyses, showing distributions, stylistic types and characteristic pieces.
R 442,00 R 520,00

Cambridge Manuals in Archaeology: Lithics: Macroscopic Approaches to Analysis

The new edition details key advances in the field related to lithic debitage analysis and lithic tool analysis since publication of the first edition in 1998. It includes new sections on stone tool functional studies, microdebitage analysis and minimal analytical nodule analysis.
R 771,71 R 907,89

Mapungubwe

Between AD 900 and 1300, the Shashe-Limpopo basin in Limpopo Province witnessed the development of an ancient civilisation. Like civilisations everywhere, it consisted of a complex social organisation supported by intensive agriculture and long-distance trade.
R 154,70 R 182,00

Discovering Southern African Rock Art

The rock paintings and engravings of southern Africa have long been considered obscure, yet research has managed to piece together their message and we now know that this beautiful and detailed art can provide us with much information about the San.
R 170,00 R 200,00