Rock Paintings

Name ID 881

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract Date: 1982


Extract ID: 4306

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract ID: 4307

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
Page Number: Fig 07
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Extract ID: 4308

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
Page Number: Fig 08
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Extract ID: 4309

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
Page Number: Fig 09
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Extract ID: 4310

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract ID: 4311

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract ID: 4312

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract ID: 4313

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract ID: 4314

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract ID: 4315

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract ID: 4316

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract ID: 4317

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract ID: 4318

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Masao, Fidelis The Rock Art of Kondoa and Singida: A Comparative Description
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Extract ID: 4319

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Map and Guide to Tanzania
Page Number: 02b

Rock Paintings

Numerous archaeological finds around Tanzania prove that vast immigration movements occurred around the 1st and 2nd centuries AD with agriculturist tribes from Cameroon and Nigeria emerging into East Africa and Tanzania and absorbing or expelling the local Bushmen and Hottentots into the Kalahari desert.

More than a thousand places with Rock Paintings, especially around Kondoa at Kolo, Cheke and Kisese, testify that there was an intensely active Stone Age civilisation in the area.

The Hadzapi and Sandawe tribes who lived in that region kept their khoisan click language and, numbering only a few thousand, still live in such primitive conditions that they can rightly be considered as today's only survivors, throughout Africa, of the Stone Age civilisation.

Extract ID: 3989
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