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Our knowledge of Senegambian megaliths owes a lot to the works of Guy Thilmans and Cyr Descamps, who have analyzed in-depth funerary monuments in a taphonomic perspective. But the ware unearthed during excavations, namely pottery, has never been thoroughly studied. The article suggests a first...
The advent of copper and iron metallurgy is one of the most fascinating debate taking place in sub-Saharan Africa archaeology today. Challenging data, that may be accurate or not, are usually ignored or dismissed without serious consideration. Sustained long-term research is nonetheless changing...
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