2 edition of Dimple-based pottery from Central Kavirondo, Kenya Colony found in the catalog.
Dimple-based pottery from Central Kavirondo, Kenya Colony
Mary D. Leakey
|Statement||by M. D. Leakey, the late W. E. Owen and L. S. B. Leakey.|
|Series||Coryndon Memorial Museum. Occasional papers -- No. 2., Occasional papers (Coryndon Memorial Museum) -- No. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Pottery finds in the shores of Lake Victoria in western Kenya and surrounding areas such as Wadh Lang’o, Siror and Gogo Falls, are evidence that such specialised hunting and gathering led to the development of highly decorated ceramics known as Kansyore (or Oltome) pottery. The making and use of Kansyore pottery spans 8, – 3, years ago. Sheep, goats, and pottery typical of Turkana began to trickle into Kenya’s south-central Rift Valley ~ BP (7, 8), but it was not until ~ BP that specialized pastoralism spread across Kenya and northern Tanzania, transforming the economic, social, and physical landscapes of .
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Dimple-based pottery from Central Kavirondo, Kenya Colony. Nairobi, Kenya: Coryndon Memorial Museum, (Cambridge, [Cambridgeshire]: University Press) (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mary D Leakey; W E Owen; L S B Leakey.
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By M. Leakey W. Owen L. Leakey. (Coryndon Memorial Museum Occasional Papers, No. 2.)Cited by: 2. Dimple-based pottery from Central Kavirondo, Kenya Colony (Coryndon Memorial Museum occasional papers) by Mary D Leakey | Jan 1, Unknown Binding.
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Google Scholar. The developed Elementeitan, Hyrax Hill and Gumban A wares of Kenya are part of an early, though isolated, complex of possible pre-Iron Age cultures. The first true Iron Age pottery, the Dimple-based wares of Kenya and Uganda are part of a common Central African complex.
The roulette cord decoration appears in East Africa within the. Mitochondrial DNA diversity in two ethnic groups in Southeastern Kenya: Perspectives from the northeastern periphery of the bantu expansion.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol.Issue. 3, p. Soper, P. 'Kwale: an Early Iron Age site in south-eastern Kenya', Azania, II, pp. (forthcoming) 'Early Iron Age pottery-types from East Africa:comparative analysis', Paper to VIth Panafrican Congress of Prehistory, Dakar, THE EARLY HISTORY OF KILWA KIVINJE Around Dr.
Velten collected a number of historical accounts. from central Kavirondo, Kenya, collected by Owens Attributes of Dimple Based pottery. Dimple-base pottery from central Kavirondo. Coryndon Mem. Museum. Occ. paper 2. Acknowledgments. My thanks to Jeff Fleisher, Kate de Luna, and Susan McIntosh for their kind invitation to participate in the “Thinking Across the African Past” symposium at Rice University, to them and to Ann Stahl for comments on earlier drafts of this paper, and to Dave Killick, Peter Mitchell, and Sonja Magnavita for information and advice on funding sources for African archaeology.
A new date of B.P. on pottery from Mt Suswa suggests that the distribution of the early Holocene wares extends at least as far south as the Central Rift Valley, Kenya. Kenya - Kenya - Kenya colony: In the East Africa Protectorate was turned into a colony and renamed Kenya, for its highest mountain.
The colonial government began to concern itself with the plight of African peoples; in the colonial secretary issued a White Paper in which he indicated that African interests in the colony had to be paramount, although his declaration did not.
The Colony and Protectorate of Kenya, commonly known as British Kenya, was part of the British Empire in Africa from until It was established when the former East Africa Protectorate was transformed into a British Crown colony in Technically, the 'Colony of Kenya' referred to the interior lands, while a 16 km (10 mi) coastal strip (nominally on lease from the Sultan of.
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Dimple-based pottery from Central Kavirondo, Kenya Colony Leakey, MD; Owen, WE; Leakey, LSB Late-Holocene environmental variability at Munsa archaeological site, Uganda: A multicore, multiproxy approach.Dimple-Based Pottery from Central Kavirondo, Kenya Colony (Nairo-bi: Coryndon Memorial Museum Occasional Papers #2, ).
Excavations at the Njoro River Cave: Stone Age Cremated Burials in Kenya Colony (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ). Exhibition of Some of .occurrences recognized in this survey appear to fit best within the "Kenya Wilton" industry as defined by Leakey and others.2 1.
M. D. Leakey, W. E. Owen, and L. S. B. Leakey, "Dimple-Based Pottery from Central Kavirondo," Coryndon Museum Occasional Paper No. 2 (Nairobi, ). 2. S. Cole, The Prehistory of East Africa (New York, ),