Africa through the mists of time
In this fascinating study of African prehistory, Brenda Sullivan expands on her investigation of a "pre-San" race. She dismisses the theory that all rock art is the work of the Bushmen, based on her research that the San married outside of their clans. She launches into a compelling study of the San bloodlines based on evidence of their wanderings and the knowledge that Africa was circumnavigated for the second time as early as 470 BCE at the request of King Xerxes.
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Through the mists of time
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