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[717]   Andah, Bassey W. (1983) : The Bantu phenomenon: some unanswered questions of ethnolinguistics and ethnoarchaeology
[1934]   Bechhaus-Gerst, Marianne (Ed) (1989) : Nubier und Kuschiten im Niltal: Sprach- und Kulturkontakte im “no man’s land”
[2572]   Blench, Roger M. (1993) : Ethnographic and linguistic evidence for the prehistory of African ruminant livestock, horses and ponies
[2583]   Blench, Roger M. (1999) : The languages of Africa: macrophyla proposals and implications for archaeological interpretation
[2568]   Blench, Roger M. & MacDonald (Ed) (199-) : The origins and development of African livestock: archaeology, genetics, linguistics and ethnography
[2879]   Borland, Colin H. (1986) : Problems in the linguistic reconstruction of Zimbabwean prehistory
[2880]   Borland, Colin H. (1986) : The linguistic reconstruction of prehistoric pastoralist vocabulary
[2881]   Borland, Colin H. (1992) : Computing African linguistic prehistory
[3315]   Bross, Michael (1997) : Some remarks on the history of extinct languages Auyo, Shira and Teshena
[3584]   Cagnat, René Louis Victor & Alfred Merlin (1923) : Inscriptions latines d’Afrique: Tripolitaine, Tunisie, Maroc
[4189]   Clark, John Desmond (1970) : African prehistory: opportunities for collaboration between archaeologists, ethnographers and linguists
[4902]   Dalby, David (1971) : Priorities for a linguist in the study of African history
[5018]   David, Nicholas (1982) : Prehistory and historical linguistics in central Africa: points of contact
[5182]   Denbow, James Raymond (1986) : After the flood: a preliminary account of recent geological, archaeological and linguistic investigations in the Okavango region of northern Botswana
[5706]   Drewes, A. J. (1956) : Nouvelles inscriptions de l’Éthiopie
[6009]   Eggert, Manfred K. H. (1981) : Historical linguistics and prehistoric archaeology: trends and patterns in early iron age research in sub-Saharan Africa
[6024]   Ehret, Christopher (1973) : Patterns of Bantu and central Sudanic settlement in central and southern Africa (ca. 1000 BC - 500 AD)
[6027]   Ehret, Christopher (1976) : Linguistic evidence and its correlation with archaeology
[6053]   Ehret, Christopher (1999) : An African classical age: eastern and southern Africa in world history, 1000 BC to 400 AD
[22582]   Ehret, Christopher (1997) : African languages: an historical introduction
[6032]   Ehret, Christopher & Margaret R. Kinsman (1981) : Shona dialect classification and its implications for iron age history in southern Africa
[6038]   Ehret, Christopher & Merrick Posnansky (Ed) (1982) : The archaeological and linguistic reconstruction of African history
[6022]   Ehret, Christopher & others (1971) : Outlining southern African history: a re-evaluation AC 100-1500
[6680]   Fleming, Harold C. (1968) : Ethiopic language history: testing linguistic hypotheses in an archaeological and documentary context
[6907]   Frend, W. H. C. (1972) : Coptic, Greek and Nubian at Q’asr Ibrim
[6966]   Gabel, Creighton (1965) : Stone age hunters of the Kafue
[7531]   Gramly, Richard Michael (1978) : Expansion of Bantu-speakers versus development of Bantu language in situ: an archaeologist’s perspective
[7709]   Griefenow-Mewis, Catherine & Rainer Maria Voigt (Ed) (1996) : Cushitic and Omotic languages: proceedings of the 3rd international symposium, Berlin, March 17-19, 1994
[8649]   Herbert, Robert K. & Thomas N. Huffman (1993) : A new perspective on Bantu expansion and classification: linguistic and archaeological evidence fifty years after Doke
[8720]   Hetzron, Robert (1977) : Formal rules and historical reality
[8800]   Hiernaux, Jean (1968) : Bantu expansion: the evidence from physical anthropology confronted with linguistic and archaeological evidence
[8965]   Hofmann, Inge (1979) : Sprachkontakte in Nubien zur meroitischen Zeit
[9001]   Hombert, Jean-Marie (1979) : Early Bantu population movements and iron metallurgy: the linguistic evidence
[9190]   Huffman, Thomas N. (1970) : The early iron age and the spread of the Bantu
[9192]   Huffman, Thomas N. & Robert K. Herbert (1994/95) : New perspectives on Eastern Bantu
[9337]   Humphreys, A. J. B. (1993) : The significance of place names in archaeological research, with particular reference to the northern Cape
[11643]   Lang, Karl (1924) : Eine vokabularische Skizze zur Stein- und Eisenkultur in Afrika
[12586]   MacDonald, Kevin C. (1998) : Archaeology, language and the peopling of West Africa: a consideration of the evidence
[12605]   Mack, John & Peter T. Robertshaw (Ed) (1982) : Culture history in the southern Sudan: archaeology, linguistics, ethnohistory
[13066]   Maret, Pierre de & François Nsuka-Nkutsi (1977) : History of Bantu metallurgy: some linguistic aspects
[13352]   McBurney, C. B. M. (1975) : The archaeological context of the Hamitic languages in northern Africa
[13613]   Mendel, Daniela & Ulrike Claudi (Ed) (1991) : Ägypten im afro-orientalischen Kontext: Aufsätze zur Archäologie, Geschicte und Sprache eines unbegrenzten Raumes. Gedenkschrift Peter Behrens
[13752]   Middleton, John F. M. (Ed) (1997) : Encyclopedia of Africa south of the Sahara
[27041]   Nicolle, Steve (2017) : Variation in the expression of information structure in eastern Bantu languages
[15434]   Nurse, Derek (1983) : On dating Swahili
[15446]   Nurse, Derek (1987) : On dating Swahili
[15846]   Oliver, Roland Anthony & Brian M. Fagan (1978) : The emergence of Bantu Africa
[16102]   Ownby, Carolyn Postma (1985) : Early Nguni history: the linguistic evidence and its correlation with archaeology and oral tradition
[16458]   Phillipson, David W. (1975) : The chronology of the Iron Age in Bantu Africa
[16459]   Phillipson, David W. (1976) : Archaeology and Bantu linguistics
[16460]   Phillipson, David W. (1977) : The spread of the Bantu languages
[16705]   Posnansky, Merrick (1982) : Archaeological and linguistic reconstruction in Ghana
[17001]   Rahamut, C. Anne (1983) : The inscriptional and archaeological remains of the Senejem-Ib complex in Giza: three aspects of the tomb of Nekhebu
[17161]   Rendsburg, Gary (1989) : Black Athena: an etymological response
[18300]   Seidensticker, Wilhelm , Michael Bross & Ahmad Tela Baba (Ed) (1997) : Guddiri studies: languages and rock paintings in northeastern Nigeria
[18810]   Sommer, Gabi [Gabriele] (2001) : Towards the limits of archaeolinguistic reconstruction, or how to solve a major multidisciplinary dilemma
[18817]   Soper, Robert C. (1982) : Bantu expansion into eastern Africa: archaelogical evidence
[18989]   Stemler, A. B. L. , J. R. Harlan & J. M. J. Dewet (1975) : Caudatum sorghums and speakers of Chari-Nile languages in Africa
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[20445]   Vogel, Joseph O. & Jean Vogel (Ed) (1997) : Encyclopedia of precolonial Africa: archaeology, history, languages, cultures and environments
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