<span>Adullam Cave, eastern Free State, South Africa: test excavations at a multiple-occupation Oakhurst Industry site</span>

  • L. Wadley University of the Witwatersrand
  • G. Laue University of the Witwatersrand

Abstract

Test excavations at Adullam Cave show that it contains a palimpsest of undated Oakhurst Industry occupations and an ephemeral recent Later Stone Age occupation. Faunal remains include Burchell's zebra and bovids in the size range one to three. Charcoal analysis suggests that the vegetation near the site was of low species diversity.To cite this article: Wadley L. & Laue, G. 2000. Adullam Cave, eastern Free State, South Africa: test excavations at a multiple-occupation Oakhurst Industry site. Natal Museum Journal of Humanities 12: 1-13.
How to Cite
Wadley, L., & Laue, G. (1). <span>Adullam Cave, eastern Free State, South Africa: test excavations at a multiple-occupation Oakhurst Industry site</span&gt;. Southern African Humanities, 12, 1-13. Retrieved from https://www.sahumanities.org/ojs/index.php/SAH/article/view/153

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