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View of flat land with bare earth in foreground, hill with scrub in background. Granary structure made out of dried mud [?], "daga", raised from ground on rocks. Granary has two openings visible at top. Middle-ground: raised structure made of wood, with large baskets used for grain storage placed on it. Four baskets stopped with gourds. Gourds on ground.
Medium: Gelatin silver print.
- Production date
- 1929 (August)
Length: 7.85 centimetres
Width: 10.50 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Cataloguer's comment: Size of album, 218 photographs.
Main themes: visits to archaeological sites, including Stone Age caves and rock art, to indigenous settlements in Northern Transvaal and Zimbabwe, to Johanesburg, Cape Town and Victoria Falls.
Circumstances: [BRA-] PIC DOC 01, and as attached in album.
Braunholtz went to South Africa in 1929 for a conference of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. (B J Mack 24/11/1994)
Biography: d. 04/06/1963.
Keeper of the Ethnography Department of the British Museum, 1945-1953.
- Not on display
- Good condition.
- Acquisition notes
- Copyright: British Museum.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
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