Msuluzi Confluence: a seventh century Early Iron Age site on the Tugela River
Msuluzi Confluence is one of several sites excavated as part of a project on the Early Iron Age in Natal. In size and environmental setting it is typical of inland sites of this period, and it has provided economic information, including the earliest on domestic stock in Natal. It is the first excavated and dated assemblage belonging to Schofield's class NC 3. The early date and the Early Iron Age affinities of the pottery, however, make Schofield's term obsolete.
To cite this article: Maggs, T. 1980. Msuluzi Confluence: a seventh century Early Iron Age site on the Tugela River. Annals of the Natal Museum 24 (1): 111-45.