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Bura culture

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The Bura culture (Bura system) refers to a set of Sub-Saharan Africa by 1200 BCE.[2]

The [1]

Named for the Bura archeological site near Bura in southwest Niger, the Bura culture produced a variety of distinctive artifacts made of clay, iron and stone.[3]

However, it is not yet known how the entire Bura system linked up to other [1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c The Bura Archeological Site, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, translated into English
  2. ^ Duncan E. Miller and N.J. Van Der Merwe, 'Early Metal Working in Sub Saharan Africa' Journal of African History 35 (1994) 1-36; Minze Stuiver and N.J. Van Der Merwe, 'Radiocarbon Chronology of the Iron Age in Sub-Saharan Africa' Current Anthropology 1968.
  3. ^ Note the exhibits of Bura culture artifacts at the Hamill Gallery at [1] and the Barakat Gallery at [2]
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