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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8150 9781
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Charles Thurstan Shaw (antropoloog uit Nigeria (1914-2013))
Charles Thurstan Shaw (archéologue)
Charles Thurstan Shaw (English archaeologist)
Shaw, Charles Thurstan
Shaw, T.
Shaw, Thurstan
Dates: 
1914-2013
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Aiyedun, Kolawole David
Andah, Bassey W.
Daniels, S.G.H.
Folorunso, Caleb Adebayo
Ibadan, Nigeria. University. Institute of African Studies
Institute of African studies Ibadan, Nigéria
Okpoko, Alex Ikechukwu
Vanderburg, Joel
Webster, J. B.
Webster, John B.
Titles: 
African archaeology: looking back and looking forward
Andah
Archaeological evidence and effects of food-producing in Nigeria
Archaeology and Nigeria; an expanded version of an inaugural lecture delivered at the University of Ibadan on 29 November, 1963.
archaeology of Africa food, metals and towns, The
archaeology of Africa, The : food, metals, and towns
bibliography of Nigerian archaeology, A
Changes in African archaeology in the last forty years
Cultural resource management : an African dimension
Discovering Nigeria's past
Early agriculture in Africa
Early crops in Africa : a review of evidence
Excavation at Dawu : report on an excavation in a mound at Dawu, Akuapim, Ghana
Excavations at Iwo Eleru, Ondo State, Nigeria
Gao and Igbo-Ukwu: beads, interregional trade, and beyond
Ife and Raymond Mauny
Igbo-Ukwu : an account of archaeological discoveries in eastern Nigeria.
Imprints of West Africa's past : forum on West African archaeology at the conference in honour of Thurstan Shaw, founding editor of WAJA
Iron-using peoples in Sub-Saharian Africa
Late Stone Age in West Africa and the beginnings of African food production, The
Mallam Umaru Garba Gol
Man in Africa : from the earliest beginnings to the coming of metal
neolithic of Africa
Nigeria : its archaeology and early history
Prehistoric settlement and subsistence in the Kaduna Valley, Nigeria
Report of second conference of West African archaeologists, Ibadan, June 8-10, 1967
study of Africa's past, The
tribute to the life and work of Professor Bassey Wai Andah, A
Why "darkest" Africa ? archaeological light on an old problem
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