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The Matatiele Archaeology and Rock Art (MARA) Program Excavations: The Archaeology of Mafusing 1 Rock Shelter, Eastern Cape, South Africa

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Affiliations: 1: Department of Anthropology, University of TorontoCanada ; 2: Department of Human Evolution, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology LeipzigGermanyDepartment of Archaeology, University of Cape TownSouth Africa ; 3: Rock Art Research Institute, University of the WitwatersrandSouth Africa ; 4: Rock Art Research Institute, University of the WitwatersrandSouth AfricaDepartment of Archaeology, University of Cape TownSouth Africa ; 5: Centre for Anthropological Research, Faculty of Humanities, University of JohannesburgSouth Africa ; 6: Rock Art Research Institute, University of the WitwatersrandSouth Africa sam@rockart.wits.ac.za

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