Department of Archaeology and Ancient History

Studies in African Archaeology

Studies in African Archaeology

  1. Sinclair, P.J.J., N. Nydolf & G. Wickman-Nydolf 1987. Excavations at the University Campus Site 2532 Dc 1, Southern Mozambique. Stockholm, Maputo. 96 pp.
  2. Sinclair, P.J.J., M. Törnblom, V. Bohm, B. Sigvallius & B. Hultén 1988. Analyses of Slag, Iron, Ceramics and Animal Bones from Excavations in Mozambique. Stockholm, Maputo. 54 pp.
  3. Morais, J.M.F. 1988. The Early Farming Communities of Southern Mozambique. Stockholm, Maputo. 201 pp.
  4. Duarte, R.T. 1993. Northern Mozambique in the Swahili World: an archaeological approach. Stockholm, Uppsala. 154pp., 24 figs, 24 plates.
  5. Matenga, E. 1993. Archaeological figurines from Zimbabwe. Uppsala, Harare. 63pp., 12 maps, 40 figs, 2 plates.
  6. Pikirayi, I. 1993. The Archaeological Identity of the Mutapa State: towards an historical archaeology of northern Zimbabwe. Uppsala. 199pp., 74 figs, 39 maps, 39 plates.
  7. Chami, F. 1994. The Tanzanian Coast in the First Millennium AD: an archaeology of the iron-working farming communities (with microscopic analyses by A. Lindahl). Uppsala. 120 pp., 27 figs, 19 maps, 3 plates.
  8. Chipunza, K.T. 1994. A Diachronic Analysis of the Architecture of the Hill Complex at Great Zimbabwe. Uppsala. 94 pp., 17 figs. (Out of print)
  9. Swan, L. 1994. Early Gold Mining on the Zimbabwean Plateau: changing patterns of gold production in the first and second millennium AD. Uppsala. 181 pp., 52 figs, 6 plates. (Out of print) Scanned version in pdf:  Part 1 part 2
  10. Walker, N.J. 1995. Late Pleistocene and Holocene Hunter-gatherers of the Matopos: an archaeological study of change and continuity.
  11. Lindahl, A. & E. Matenga 1995. Present and Past: ceramics and homesteads: an ethno-archaeological project in the Buhera district, Zimbabwe. Uppsala. 116 pp., 79 figs.
  12. Jama, A.D. 1996. The Origins and Development of Mogadishu AD 1000 to 1850: a study of urban growth along the Benadir coast of southern Somalia. Uppsala. 135pp., 15 figs, 5 plates.
  13. Pwiti, G. 1996. Continuity and Change: an archaeological study of farming communities in northern Zimbabwe AD 500-1700. Uppsala. 180pp., 43 figs, 38 plates.
  14. Cave, Monuments and Texts: Zimbabwean archaeology today. Pwiti, G. (ed.)1997. Uppsala. 159 pp, 16 figs, 3 plates.
  15. Radimilahy, C. 1998. Mahilaka: an archaeological investigation of an early town in northwestern Madagascar. Uppsala. 293 pp., 165 figs, 38 plates.
  16. Jonsson, J. 1998. Early Plant Economy in Zimbabwe. Uppsala. 141 pp.,30 figs, 11 plates.
  17. Kinahan, J. 2000. Cattle for Beads: the archaeology of historical contact and trade on the Namib coast. Uppsala, Windhoek. Uppsala. 119pp., 22 tables, 62 figs.
  18. Manyanga, M. 2001. Choices and Constraints: animal resource exploitation in south-eastern Zimbabwe c. AD 900-1500. Uppsala. 139 pp., 38 figs, 25 tables.
  19. Ndoro, W. 2001. Your Monument Our Shrine: the preservation of Great Zimbabwe. Uppsala. 130 pp., 3 figs, 15 plates, 9 tables.