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AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE ORIGIN OF INCISED LINES ON A 4000-YEAR-OLD ENGRAVING FROM WONDERWERK CAVE, NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCE

JUSTIN BRADFIELD, J. FRANCIS THACKERAY and DAVID MORRIS
The South African Archaeological Bulletin
Vol. 69, No. 199 (JUNE 2014), pp. 72-79
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24332732
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Topics: Rock paintings, Hunting, Engraving, Zebras, Caves, Hunter gatherers, Dolomite, Hair, Grinding, Intentionality
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