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Radiocarbon Dates for Sub-Saharan Africa: V
Brian M. Fagan
The Journal of African History
Vol. 8, No. 3 (1967), pp. 513-527
Published by: Cambridge University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/179834
Page Count: 15
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This list contains many scattered dates, most of them from sites either provisionally dated from other sources, or recently excavated. An important series of dates from the Sahara confirm earlier readings for food production in that area. The Daima sequence from Nigeria is dated from the middle of the first millennium A.D. to the closing centuries of the Iron Age. In East and Southern Africa, two important early Iron Age dates from Kenya have been released. Four dates for Ivuna salt-pans place the site as slightly later than the closing stages of the Kalambo Falls sequence. Two more problematical dates for Engaruka have been announced, as well as a date of A.D. 410 for the Iron Age in Swaziland. All dates given in this and subsequent lists are radiocarbon ages, rather than readings in calendar years.
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