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NYAME AKUMA

CONTENTS (#31, September 1989)

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Editorial and Announcement....................................................................................................1

Algeria

New finds of late Round Head paintings in northern Tassili
      A. Muzzolini.........................................................................................................................2

Botswana

Microwear on tools from the Tsodilo Hills Depression site
      R.E. Donahue and L.H. Robbins..........................................................................................8

Cameroon

Houlouf Archaeological Project 1988
      A. Holl, T.E. Levy, C. Lechevalier and A. Bridault...........................................................11

Egypt

The Badari region revisited
      D.L. Holmes and R.F. Friedman.......................................................................................15

Ethiopia

Archaeological studies at the Gona River, Hadar
      J.W.K. Harris and S. Semaw.............................................................................................19

Kenya

Palaeoecology of the Olorgesailie Formation
      C.P. Koch..........................................................................................................................21

Plant remains from Gogo Falls
      P. Robertshaw and W. Wetterstrom..................................................................................25

Nigeria

An Igbo watch tower (Uno-Aja)
      A.M. Ibeanu.......................................................................................................................28

Ugwele stone age site
      E.E. Okafor.......................................................................................................................30

Somalia

The LSA industry of Buur Ad (Middle Juba Valley)
      M. Mussi............................................................................................................................32

Sudan

Kerma, 1988-1989 season
      C. Bonnet...........................................................................................................................35

Excavations in Geili Province 1988
      I. Caneva...........................................................................................................................37

Mesolithic settlements in the Khartoum region
      I. Caneva...........................................................................................................................38

Radiocarbon dates from Mahal Teglinos, Kassala
      R. Fattovich and S. Vitagliano..........................................................................................39

Zaire

Paleolithic studies in the Lusso Beds, Upper Semliki Valley
      J.W.K. Harris and T.W. Spang..........................................................................................40

Zambia

Continuity and discontinuity in Copperbelt and North-western Province ceramic sequences
      M.S. Bisson........................................................................................................................43

Film

African iron working on film and video
      E.W. Herbert and L. Pole..................................................................................................47

Meetings

A note on "The Longest Record: The Human Career in Africa"
      J.W.K. Harris.....................................................................................................................49

Society for American Archaeology............................................................................................50

African Protohistory: Multidisciplinary Perspectives....................................................................51

Archaeology and Precolonial History.........................................................................................52

Publications.............................................................................................................................52