Current Issue
June 2016 (71) (203)

CONTENTS

GUEST EDITORIALS
Archaeological Science and Southern African Archaeology Today - J. Sealy
The Language of Science in Archaeology - J. Pargeter

RESEARCH ARTICLES
LEAVING A MARK: SOUTH AFRICAN WAR-PERIOD (1899-1902) REFUGE GRAFFITI AT TELPERION SHELTER IN WESTERN MPUMALANGA, SOUTH AFRICA
T. FORSSMAN & C. LOUW

ZHIZO AND LEOKWE PERIOD HUMAN REMAINS AND BURIAL PRACTICES AT SCHRODA
A.R. ANTONITES

RE-VIEWING THE SEHONGHONG RAINMAKERS: VISUAL INTERPRETATIONS AND COPIES OF A KEY SOUTH AFRICAN ROCK ART MOTIF
A. SOLOMON

GEOPHYTES, GRASSES AND GRINDSTONES: REPLANTING IDEAS OF GATHERING IN SOUTHERN AFRICA'S MIDDLE AND LATER STONE AGES
L. NIC EOIN

FIELD AND TECHNICAL REPORTS
LARGE MAMMAL REMAINS FROM THE 100 KA MIDDLE STONE AGE LAYERS OF BLOMBOS CAVE, SOUTH AFRICA
S. BADENHORST, K.L. VAN NIEKERK & C.S. HENSHILWOOD

INDICATIONS OF PRESSURE FLAKING MORE THAN 70 THOUSAND YEARS AGO AT UMHLATUZANA ROCK SHELTER
A. HÖGBERG & M. LOMBARD

A PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION OF LITHIC TECHNOLOGY AT HOLKRANS ROCK SHELTER, VREDEFORT DOME, SOUTH AFRICA
D. WITELSON

FILLING IN THE GAPS AND TESTING PAST SCENARIOS ON THE CENTRAL WEST COAST: HUNTER-GATHERER SUBSISTENCE AND MOBILITY AT 'DEURSPRING 16' SHELL MIDDEN, LAMBERTS BAY, SOUTH AFRICA
A. JERARDINO, J. KAPLAN, R. NAVARRO & P. NILSSEN

DISCUSSION FORUM
BEATING THE SAME DRUM FOR A LIFETIME AND SMOKE SCREENS: A REPLY TO PARKINGTON ET AL. (2015)
A. JERARDINO

MEGAMIDDENS: A REPLY TO A. JERARDINO
J. PARKINGTON

MEGAMIDDENS AND MEGA-REFUSALS OVER THE YEARS: A FINAL REPLY TO PARKINGTON
A. JERARDINO

OBITUARIES
COBUS DREYER, 14 January 1944 - 28 December 2015
J.S. BRINK & J.C. LOOCK

JANE ELIZABETH KLOSE, 30 October 1938 - 12 February 2016
A. MALAN, M. HALL & C. SCHRIRE

BRONWEN VAN DOORNUM, 29 May 1976 - 19 October 2015
G. WHITELAW

BOOK REVIEWS
Termites of the Gods. San Cosmology in Southern African Rock Art - Reviewed by J. Loubser
Forgotten Worlds. The Stone-Walled Settlements of the Mpumalanga Escarpment - Reviewed by I. Pikirayi
Historical Archaeology in South Africa. Material Culture of the Dutch East India Company at the Cape - Reviewed by R. Ross