2 edition of Mining and metallurgy in Negro Africa found in the catalog.
Mining and metallurgy in Negro Africa
Walter Buchanan Cline
|Other titles||Negro Africa., African mining and metallurgy.|
|Statement||by Walter Cline.|
|Series||General series in anthropology,, no. 5|
|LC Classifications||GN4 .G4 no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||38033904|
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AFRICA Mining and Metallurgy in Negro Africa. WALTER CLINE. (General Series in Anthro- pology, No. pp., 16 figs., maps. $ Menasha, Wis.: George Uanta Publishing Company, ) In the United States much interest has long been devoted to Africa, more par- ticularly, perhaps, in circles connected with missionary activities.
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Book Number: Book Title: Mining and metallurgy in Negro Africa Book Author: Cline, Walter. Cline, Mining and Metallurgy in Negro Africa; Martin D. Prendergast, “A New Furnace Type from the Darwendale Dam Basin,” Rhodesian Prehistory (): 16– Webber Ndoro, “Natural Draught Furnaces South of the Zambezi River,” Zimbabwean Prehistory 21 (): 29–Author: Shadreck Chirikure.
[This book is] also an excellent reference to more particular and authoritative literature. It has obvious importance to archaeologists and other scholars interested in ideology and technology.
(Peter Schmidt, University of Florida American Antiquity) If only the rest of the world had the rich record of metallurgy and society that Africa has!2/5(1). Iron production, for example, involved mining iron ore and smelting it to a bloom, a nonmolten mass of metal intermixed with a waste product called slag.
The bloom was then forged into objects by hammering, welding, and other processes. Copper metallurgy seems to have been an indigenous invention in this area, because there is no clear evidence of influences from Northern Africa, and the Saharan wet phase was coming to an end, hindering human interactions across the Saharan region.
It appeared to not be fully developed copper metallurgy, which suggests it was not from external. In the years covered by this volume,the production patterns, in both the European precious and base metal industries, first established in the twelfth century, and described in volume two, continued to be played out.
This now took place however in the context of a continuous process of increasingly acute resource depletion, which finally culminated in the terminal mining crisis of. As a conclusion, African metallurgy, maybe considered to be of important to study because, not only does it include a comprehensive range of study of iron production across the African continent, but it also gives an understanding of how it influenced the aspects of archaeology in Africa.
Cite this Record. Mining and metallurgy in Negro Africa. W Cline. General Series in Anthropology. Menasha. (tDAR id: ). Mining and metallurgy in Negro Africa. The work presented here follows several published papers and book chapters, and is based on research within the region by the author which began in Author: Shadreck Chirikure.
The topic of early iron metallurgy in sub-Saharan Africa encompasses both studies of the technology and archaeology of indigenous iron production, and also an understanding of the role that iron production played in African societies before European colonization.
Some evidence from historical linguistics suggests that iron smelting may have been practiced by the Nok culture of Nigeria from as. Preview this book» What people are Ancient African metallurgy: the sociocultural context Michael S. Bisson, Joseph O. Vogel Snippet view - Common terms and phrases.
Journal of the Chemical, Metallurgical and Mining Society of South Afr Egypt (including Egyptian Nubia), North Africa and the Horn of Africa share the same developmental trajectory where copper and bronze working prefaced iron metallurgy by millennia. Gold, silver, mercury, tin and lead were also known.
This, however, Author: Shadreck Chirikure. Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM) to entrench a forum on base metals that is held regularly throughout southern Africa.
The event is an ideal venue for mining and metallurgical professionals from all countries in the region, as well as internationally, to gain exposure to the latest advances in exploration, resource.
5 •South Africa possesses the world’s largest mineral resources by value. •It is also a significant global producer of many mined commodities.
•The role of metallurgy in the mining value chain will be examined in terms of what is practised currently and the potential to expand. •The optimum degree of metallurgical beneficiation is highly dependent on economic.
The Journal is the organ of The Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, which is the professional body dealing with the interests of managers, engineers and technical and research personnel involved in the mining and minerals industry.
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Two issues are in particular need of consideration. One is the degree to which there was an ideological and ritual component to gold manufacture and use such as has been .