Before Farming

Response

Before Farming (2006), 2006, (4), 1–4.

Abstract

Access Token
£25.00
READ THIS ARTICLE
If you have private access to this content, please log in with your username and password here

Layton, R 2000. Shamanism, totemism and rock art: Les Chamanes de la Préhistoire in the context of rock art research. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 10:169-186. Shamanism, totemism and rock art: Les Chamanes de la Préhistoire in the context of rock art research Cambridge Archaeological Journal 10 169 186 Google Scholar

Lewis-Williams, JD 1972. The syntax and function of the Giant's Castle rock paintings. South African Archaeological Bulletin 27-65. The syntax and function of the Giant's Castle rock paintings South African Archaeological Bulletin 27 65 Google Scholar

Lewis-Williams, JD 1974. Superpositioning in a sample of rock paintings from the Barkly East district. South African Archaeological Bulletin 29:93-103. Superpositioning in a sample of rock paintings from the Barkly East district South African Archaeological Bulletin 29 93 103 Google Scholar

Lewis-Williams, JD 1977. Believing and seeing: symbolic meanings in southern San rock paintings. Doctoral thesis, University of Natal. Google Scholar

Lewis-Williams, JD 1984a. The empiricist impasse in southern African rock art studies. South African Archaeological Bulletin 39:58-66. The empiricist impasse in southern African rock art studies South African Archaeological Bulletin 39 58 66 Google Scholar

Lewis-Williams, JD 1984b. Ideological continuities in prehistoric southern Africa: the evidence from rock art. In Schrire, C (ed) Past and present in hunter-gatherer societies. New York: Academic Press:225-252. Past and present in hunter-gatherer societies 225 252 Google Scholar

Lewis-Williams, JD 1992. Vision, power and dance: the genesis of a southern African rock art panel. (Fourteenth Kroon Lecture) Amsterdam: Stichting Nederlands Museum voor Anthropologie en Praehistorie. Vision, power and dance: the genesis of a southern African rock art panel Google Scholar

Lewis-Williams, JD 2006. Rock art and ethnography: a case in point from southern Africa. In Keyser, JD, Poetschat, G & Taylor, MW (eds) Talking with the past: the ethnography of rock art. Portland: Oregon Archaeological Society:30-44. Talking with the past: the ethnography of rock art 30 44 Google Scholar

Lewis-Williams, JD & Loubser, JHN 1986. Deceptive appearances: a critique of southern African rock art studies. Advances in World Archaeology 5:253-289. Deceptive appearances: a critique of southern African rock art studies Advances in World Archaeology 5 253 289 Google Scholar

Mazel, AD & Watchman, AL 1997. Accelerator radiocarbon dating of natal Drakensberg paintings: results and implications. Antiquity 71:445-449. Accelerator radiocarbon dating of natal Drakensberg paintings: results and implications Antiquity 71 445 449 Google Scholar

Mazel, AD & Watchman, AL 2003. Dating rock paintings in the Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg and the Biggarsberg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Southern African Humanities 15:59-73. Dating rock paintings in the Ukhahlamba-Drakensberg and the Biggarsberg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Southern African Humanities 15 59 73 Google Scholar

Pearce, DG in press. Ethnography and history: the significance of social change in interpreting rock art. In Smith, BW & Engelstad, E (eds) Rock art and indigenous knowledge. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press. Rock art and indigenous knowledge Google Scholar

Rossano, MJ 2007. Did meditating make us human? Cambridge Archaeological Journal 17:47-58. Did meditating make us human? Cambridge Archaeological Journal 17 47 58 Google Scholar

If you have private access to this content, please log in with your username and password here

Details

Author details

Lewis-Williams, J