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Inventaria archaeologica Africana. Congo (Léopoldville).
|Statement||General ed.: Jacques Nenquin.|
|Contributions||Nenquin, Jacques A. E., Musée royal de l"Afrique centrale., Pan-African Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||portfolios ( plates) :|
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INVENTARIA ARCHAEOLOGICA AFRICANA It was decided during the Vth Panafrican Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies, held at Santa Cruz de Tenerife in September I, to follow the example of the Inventaria Archaeologica edited by the International Congress of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences, and to publish similar illustrated cards.
INVENTARIA ARCHAEOLOGICA AFRICANA by JACQUES NENQUIN It was decided during the Vth Pan-african Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies, held at Santa Cruz de Tenerife in Septemberto fol-low the example of the Inventaria Ar-chaeologica edited by the International Congress of Prehistoric and Protohis-toric Sciences, and to publish similar.
Inventaria Archaeologica Africana: Congo (Léopoldville). CL Kisale ware from Sanga, Cl Mulongo ware from Sanga, CL Red slip from Sanga. Pan African Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies.
Mus. Roy. de l'Afrique Centrale. 8 pp, 23 plts. in original folder, mint, 4to. € Nenquin, J. (ed.) (). The laws of Hywel Dda (The book of Blegywryd). Liverpool, Liverpool University Press. Walam Olum or Red Score. The migration legend of the Lenni Lenape or Delaware Indians.
A new translation, interpreted by linguistical, historical, archaeological, ethnological and physical anthropological studies. Indianapolis, Indiana Historical Society. 19 Cf. Inventaria Archaeologica Africana, e.g. CL 4 6 (6) Sanga (J. Nenquin), Z 2 22 (18) and Z 2 22 (20) Ingombe Ilede (B.
Fagan). Note bent handles in Ingombe Ilede specimen. Note bent handles in Ingombe Ilede by: In his book Afro-Portuguese Ivories (Batchworth Press, London, n.d.), William Fagg established the identity of an interesting hybrid art-form in a number of ivory objects—spoons, forks, salt-cellars and horns—carved for European use and to European design, but fashioned according to the canons of the African artist.
While certain that the carvers were Africans, Fagg is unable to assign. Africana Linguistica DOM, S. & K. BOSTOEN. Examining variation in the expression of tense/aspect to classify the Kikongo language cluster.
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Contents. The Underworld. Inventaria Archaeologica Africana I: Congo (Leopoldville) Kiasale / Mulongo / Red Slip Ware from Sanga NENQUIN, Jacques (Edited by) Published by Koninklijk Museum Voor.
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ment of a new publication series, Inventaria Archaeologica Africana. The cost of this is to be borne by the Musee Royal de l'Afrique Cen-trale at Tervuren, Belgium, and it will take the form of illustrated cards depicting both cultural type-series and material from important sites.
Another Congress-inspired project, now nearing completion, is. follow the example of the Inventaria Archaeologica edited by the International Congress of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences, and to publish similar illustrated cards devoted to pre- and protohistoric closed finds and type-series from the African continent.
The series is to be called Inventaria Archaeologica Africana (I.A.A.).Evidence of some of the earliest inhabitants was found in and by J. Preuss at Bikoro in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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