Capturing the Spoor: An Exploration of Southern African Rock Art

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New Africa Books, 2006 - Art - 216 pages
Set in Swaziland, this novel explores the landscape of childhood on two levels: at the surface, the life of a young white child and her brother in an English colonial environment and, beneath, the current of traditional African values, change and upheaval.
 

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Contents

Foreword
7
CAPTURING THE SPOOR
13
Chapter 1
33
Part III
171
Chapter 7
180
TRACKING THE PAST
193
Northern Limpopo Province rock art sites
201
Index
211
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About the author (2006)

ED EASTWOOD was born in 1946 in the Soutpansberg and graduated with a BSc in Zoology from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1969. His working experience includes seven years at the South African Institute for Medical Research and the South African Museum conducting research on arachnids. His knowledge of the environment derives also from working as a parks manager and horticulturist in his hometown in Limpopo Province. He is a research associate of the University of the Witwatersrand's Rock Art Research Institute and co-director of Palaeo-Art Field Services.

CATHELIJNE EASTWOOD was born in the Soupansberg in 1946 and graduated from art school and business college. She worked for 16 years for the Dutch government. She has also worked as a liaison officer for the United Nations on foreign aid projects and on development projects in Ivory Coast and Zambia. She and Ed founded Palaeo-Art Field Services in 1

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