Reflections on the Kafue Flats

Fagan, Brian
September 1988
Archaeology;Sep/Oct88, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p16
Shares the author's experience in an archaeological expedition on the Kafue Flats in Zambia. Study of 3,500-year-old Stone Age hunting camp at the Gwisho hot springs on the edge of the flats; Insights about Frederick Courtney Selous, who was the epitome of the 1880s Victorian hunter; Opportunities for archaeologists to achieve a complete picture of the past.


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