Rock Shelter: Some Cave and Cliff Structures in Lesotho
Rock Shelter: Some Cave and Cliff Structures in Lesotho is available to buy in increments of 1
|Date Published||21st July 2010|
|Publisher||Blue Weaver Marketing|
This title is an illustrated record of cave and cliff structures built by people in Lesotho and South Africa. It documents a variety of structures built in caves or in the shelter of cliffs, as well as the people who inhabit/inhabited them. The latter include/d: Nguni and Sotho subsistence farmers, initiates, herbalists and traditional healers; European priests; European farmers; and holiday makers and hikers. The title's topic is unique, and it features some very unusual and interesting structures and people, many of them very colourful. It has a strong African heritage component and it is anticipated that it will appeal not only to southern African people interested in African architecture and ethnography, but also to tourists interested in African cultures. This title is primarily a photographic record of some of these structures and the people who once inhabited, or who still inhabit them.