Rock Art

Jill Weintroub is a Research Fellow at the Rock Art Research Institute at the University of the Witwatersrand. In 2006 she completed a M Phil at the University of Cape Town on the Bleek Lloyd archival Collection. It is this collection of notebooks and associated papers collected in the 1870s and beyond that in 1997 were recognized by UNESCO in their Memory of the World Register.

Siyakha Mguni: Termites of the Gods San Cosmology in Southern African Rock Art, Wits University Press, 2015, 202 pages, Illustrated. ISBN 987 186814776 2. I adore books about journeys. Accounts of journeys can be about a personal adventure or a memoir or an ancestral tale or even a journey of research and discovery. This fine original book  combines all these elements as the author sets out on his travels to discover deeper meaning and the symbolic significance in his own life and in specific features of San rock paintings to be found in many parts of So

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