Prehistoric Rhodesia: An Examination of the Historical, Ethnological and ArchŠological Evidences as to the Origin and Age of the Rock Mines and Stone Buildings, with a Gazetteer of MediŠval South-east Africa, 915 A.D. to 1760 A.D., and the Countries of the Monomotapa, Manica, Sabia, Quiteve, Sofala, and Mozambique
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