Test excavations at Liz 197: a K2-period homestead in the Limpopo Valley, South Africa<br />

Authors

  • T. N. Huffman University of the Witwatersrand

Abstract

Salvage excavations of a K2-period homestead (Liz 197) near Mapungubwe yielded a ceramic assemblage useful to the debate about Mapela Hill. At the same time, the homestead contributes to understanding settlement locations in the Limpopo Valley during the Middle Iron Age. Liz 197 is also one of the rare Leopard’s Kopje sites with Leokwe pottery.

Published

2016-12-23

How to Cite

Huffman, T. N. (2016). Test excavations at Liz 197: a K2-period homestead in the Limpopo Valley, South Africa<br />. Southern African Humanities, 28, 135-52. Retrieved from http://sahumanities.org/ojs/index.php/SAH/article/view/374

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