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. Annals of the South African Museum = Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum. Natural history. EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY ECONOMIC SYSTEM IN AFRICA 175. Fig. 5. Locations of Phungashe's four capitals. upper end of the site. This decision was made for two principal reasons. Firstly, this midden area seemed to be better preserved than the exposures in the side of the farm road. Secondly, experience at Mgungundlovu, capital of the Zulu king Dingane several decades after Phungashe's chiefship located some twenty kilometres to the south-east, had taught that middens at the upper end of a royal umuzi, where

. Annals of the South African Museum = Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum. Natural history. EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY ECONOMIC SYSTEM IN AFRICA 175. Fig. 5. Locations of Phungashe's four capitals. upper end of the site. This decision was made for two principal reasons. Firstly, this midden area seemed to be better preserved than the exposures in the side of the farm road. Secondly, experience at Mgungundlovu, capital of the Zulu king Dingane several decades after Phungashe's chiefship located some twenty kilometres to the south-east, had taught that middens at the upper end of a royal umuzi, where Stock Photo
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. Annals of the South African Museum = Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum. Natural history. EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY ECONOMIC SYSTEM IN AFRICA 175. Fig. 5. Locations of Phungashe's four capitals. upper end of the site. This decision was made for two principal reasons. Firstly, this midden area seemed to be better preserved than the exposures in the side of the farm road. Secondly, experience at Mgungundlovu, capital of the Zulu king Dingane several decades after Phungashe's chiefship located some twenty kilometres to the south-east, had taught that middens at the upper end of a royal umuzi, where the chief and his entourage would most likely have lived, tend to be archaeologically richer. For excavation the midden deposits were gridded and the turf removed from one 10 x 8 m quadrant. It was apparent from the condition of the exposed deposit that there had been some disturbance by ant-bear (Orycteropus afer),. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. South African Museum. Cape Town : The Museum

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