The third of a seminars in the Mapping Ancient African project took place on Monday 17 January 2022 and was given by
Emmanuel Ndiema (National Museums of Kenya). You can watch the seminar now on the Ecology of the Past YouTube channel. Seminar details can be found here.
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The third in
Mapping Ancient Africa (MAA) online seminar series will take place on Monday 17 January at 18:00 CET (20:00 EAT). This seminar will focus on the archaeology of eastern Africa.
Speaker: Emmanuel Ndiema (National Museums of Kenya) Title: The Later Prehistory of South Eastern Lake Turkana basin
The seminar will be delivered via Zoom. The link for the seminar can be obtained from the MAA Slack page, or from seminar chair and chaired by MAA hub coordinator
For further information on seminars in this series visit the
MAA schedule page.
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