Browsing Mapungubwe Archaeological Collection by Title

Browsing Mapungubwe Archaeological Collection by Title

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  • Meyer, Andrie (Pretoria: University of Pretoria, 1998)
    An aerial view of the rugged sandstone hill terrain to the east of Mapungubwe Hill. Several small Iron Age sites in this particular location has been dated to a period later than Mapungubwe.
  • (Pretoria: University of Pretoria, 1998)
    An aerial view of Mapungubwe Hill from the north-west, before excavations, 1933 Mapungubwe Archive.
  • Pretorius, Dotman (Pretoria: University of Pretoria, 1998)
    An aerial view of the Greefswald environment and the main Iron Age sites from the south-west in 1972. K2 is situated in the valley in the foreground, Bambandyanalo Hill can be seen in the centre and Mapungubwe Hill is ...
  • Pretorius, Dotman (Pretoria: University of Pretoria, 1998)
    An aerial view of the K2 site from the south-west. Gardner's large scale excavations can be seen in the centre. The midden known as K1 is situated on the lower valley floor to the right.
  • Meyer, Andrie (Pretoria: University of Pretoria, 1998)
    An aerial view of the north-eastern settlement area at K2, seen from the south-east in 1995. Stone wall ruins can still be seen on the southern cliff of Bambandyanalo Hill, here visible on the right.
  • Du Toit, A.H. (2007-01-10)
    The Rector of the University of Pretoria writes to Prof. Fouche requesting him to find a suitably trained archaeologist to work at Mapungubwe
  • Keough, Natalie; Nienaber, Willem C.; Linden, J.; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Anatomy; Natal Museum (Pietermaritzburg) (University of Pretoria, 2006-08-14)
    A poster on the un-worked and semi-worked pieces of calcite crystals collected at Mapungubwe during the 2003 (or Phase III) Mapungubwe Stabilization Project.
  • Schofield, John F. (Sunday Times, 1926)
    A newspaper article written by John.F. Schofield about ancient Bantu civilizations in Southern Africa
  • Steyn, Maryna; Nienaber, Willem C.; Hutten, Louisa; Loots, Marius; University of Pretoria. Dept. of Anatomy (University of Pretoria, 2006-11-23)
    K2 is an Iron Age site approximately 1 km from Mapungubwe in South Africa. Archaeological excavations were conducted here between 1995 and 1999, intending to differentiate between stock enclosure, midden and living area ...
  • Visser, Heleen (Pretoria: University of Pretoria, 1998)
    Clay pots and stone structures discovered on Mapungubwe Hill, 1933 or 1934 Mapungubwe Archive
  • Du Plessis, Andre (2006-11-17)
    Confluence of the Shashi River and the Limpopo River near Mapungubwe.
  • Tiley-Nel, Sian; Botha, Hazel (Routledge, 2013-03)
    The basic objective of this article is to elucidate the conservation of the African Iron Age Mapungubwe gold collection from South Africa which is curated by the University of Pretoria. This nationally significant ...
  • Tiley-Nel, Sian; Woodbourne, S.; Pienaar, M. (Journal of African Archaeology, 2009)
    This paper presents direct dating evidence for the manufacture of some of the gold artefacts from the Iron Age archaeological site of Mapungubwe Hill (South Africa). The results confirm that the artefacts are contemporaneous ...
  • Van Graan, Jerry Cornelius Olivier (2006-12-04)
    First letter written to Prof. Leo Fouche by Mr. Jerry Van Graan from the Northern Transvaal informing him of his discovery of Mapungubwe Hill
  • Van Graan, Jerry Cornelius Olivier (2007-01-10)
    Van Graan's handwritten account of the discovery of Mapungubwe
  • University of Pretoria (2007-01-10)
    University of Pretoria authorizes Fouche on its behalf to negotiate with the discoverers of Mapungubwe (Van Graan et al)with regard to remuneration for reporting the discovery
  • Paver, F.R. (2006-12-04)
    Paver, assistant editor of The Star, writes to Prof Leo Fouche of the University of Pretoria requesting information on the discovery and archaeology of Mapungubwe
  • Fouche, Leo (2006-12-04)
    Prof. Leo Fouche responds to Jerry Van Graan's report on the discovery of Mapungubwe Hill and requests a meeting
  • Fouche, Leo (2007-01-10)
    Letter from Prof. Fouche to the Rector of the University of Pretoria informing him of an agreement with the Cape Argus re media rights to the story of the discovery of Mapungubwe
  • Libertas (Pretoria: University of pretoria, 1998)
    The early excavators at Mapungubwe, 1934. From left to right: Professor Leo Fouche, Mr John F Schofield, Professor Clarence van Riet Lowe, Reverend Neville Jones and Professor F J Tromp.