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English: Prehistoric pottery sherds from archaeological excavations at Kamabai Rock Shelter, Sierra Leone (West Africa)

The piece on the lower left is part of a ceramic pipe --- the part that fits onto the stem. The bowl would have been where the visible hole is now.by jorge lucus.


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Date 1967/68
Source Prehistoric pottery sherds from archaeological excavations at Kamabai Rock Shelter, Sierra Leone (West Africa)
Author John Atherton


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