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John Parkington, David Morris and Neil Rusch 2008 Karoo Rock Engravings. Cape Town, Krakadouw Trust. Other publications are being added when available such as Heaven's things: a story of the /Xam and A story is the wind: Representing time and space in San narratives.


John Parkington 2006 Shorelines, Strandlopers and Shell Middens. Cape Town, Krakadouw Trust. The third in this ongoing series. It looks at how information are been extracted from shells, bones and artefacts along the South African shores to write the history of our species.


John Parkington Cederberg Rock Paintings. Cape Town, Krakadouw Trust., published in October 2003, is the scond publication in the Follow the San series. The text, written by Professor John Parkington, is illustrated with over 200 colour photographs, tracings, and diagrams. As noted on the cover blurb these Cederberg rock paintings are, as Wilhelm Bleek observed in the late 19th century, about the things that "most deeply moved the Bushman mind". The book appears at an important moment when the insights offered to Bleek and his sister-in-law Lucy Lloyd by their /Xam informants have transformed the analysis of painted images from speculation to understanding.


Geoff Bailey and John Parkington (eds) 2009 The Archaeology of Prehistoric Coastlines. Paperback Edition. Cambridge. CUP.

John Parkington, David Morris and Neil Rusch 2008 Karoo Rock Engravings. Cape Town, Krakadouw Trust.

John Parkington 2006 Shorelines, Strandlopers and Shell Middens. Cape Town, Krakadouw Trust.

John Parkington 2003 Cederberg Rock Paintings. Cape Town, Krakadouw Trust.

Geoff Bailey and John Parkington (eds) 2009 The Archaeology of Prehistoric Coastlines. Paperback Edition. Cambridge. CUP.

John Parkington, David Morris and Neil Rusch 2008 Karoo Rock Engravings. Cape Town, Krakadouw Trust.

John Parkington 2006 Shorelines, Strandlopers and Shell Middens. Cape Town, Krakadouw Trust.

John Parkington 2003 Cederberg Rock Paintings. Cape Town, Krakadouw Trust.