Show simple item record Garlake, Peter S. 2006-09-19T15:10:52Z 2006-09-19T15:10:52Z 1987
dc.identifier.isbn 0-941934-51-9
dc.description.abstract Explores pre-historic art in Zimbabwe. The author acknowledges that, although there are probably thousands of painted sites in the country, most of them are unrecorded. Studies, therefore, including his own, are necessarily based on comparatively small samples. en
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dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher African Studies Program, Indiana University en
dc.relation.ispartofseries Hans Wolff Memorial Lecture Series en
dc.relation.ispartofseries 17th Annual Hans Wolff Lecture en
dc.subject Art en
dc.subject Zimbabwe en
dc.subject Pre-History en
dc.title Structure and Meaning in the Prehistoric Art of Zimbabwe en
dc.type Other en

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