Monuments and Sites: Zimbabwe (1996)

ms zimbabwe

 

149 pages


Out of Stock / Epuisé / Agotado


Contents

1. Historical Background
Dawson Munjeri
2. History of Monuments Legislation in Zimbabwe
Ivan Murambiwa
3. Documenting the Stones on the Walls of Great Zimbabwe
Edward Matenga
4. Past and Present Conservation Policy on the Dry Stone Heritage of Zimbabwe
Webber Ndoro
5. Rock Art in Zimbabwe
George Tafirenyika Mvenge
6. Conservation of Rock Art in Zimbabwe
Lorraine Swan
7. Archaeological Excavation in Zimbabwe. Past Present and Future Trends
Paul Mupira
8. Towards the Revival of By-Gone Cultures - The Case of Old Bulawayo
D. Munjeri et. al
9. Tourism Policy in Zimbabwe or the Lack of It
Tafirenyika Masona
List of Authors

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