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East Africa : Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Somalia, Tanzania, Uganda

> Angoche: An important link of the Zambezian gold trade (paper by Christian Isendahl, pdf format; in 2002, Development of Urbanism from a Global Perspective, Uppsala Universiteit, Uppsala)

> Archaeology photos by Peter Langer : Ethiopia (Lalibela)

> Carnets d'Archéologie, Ministère français des Affaires Etrangères [20 online exhibitions of french excavations in Africa and Arabia]

> Du Nord au Sud du Sahara, Ministère français des Affaires Etrangères [24 online exhibitions of excavations in Africa]

> Evidence for early trade between the coast and interior of east Africa (paper by C.M.Nelson, pdf format; in 2002, Development of Urbanism from a Global Perspective, Uppsala Universiteit, Uppsala)

> Great Zimbabwe World Heritage site (pdf format)

> Nouvelles recherches archéologiques sur le site de Gedi (Kenya, Mission de Juillet-Août 1999) - in french

> Resource exploitation and population aggregation: the case of Kibiro - Uganda (paper by Graham Connah, pdf format; in 2002, Development of Urbanism from a Global Perspective, Uppsala Universiteit, Uppsala)

> Secrets of the dead. Search for the first humans

> The ancient cultural sequence for the central coast of east Africa: a new perspective (paper by Felix Chami, pdf format; in 2002, Development of Urbanism from a Global Perspective, Uppsala Universiteit, Uppsala)

> The character of urbanism in inter-lacustrine eastern Africa (paper by Andrew Reid, pdf format; in 2002, Development of Urbanism from a Global Perspective, Uppsala Universiteit, Uppsala)

> The development of urbanism in the northern Horn of Africa in ancient and medieval times (paper by Rodolfo Fattovich, pdf format; in 2002, Development of Urbanism from a Global Perspective, Uppsala Universiteit, Uppsala)

> The recording of Bet Giorgis, a 12th century Rock-Hewn church in Ethiopia

> The southern Swahili harbour and town on Kilwa island, 800-1800 AD: a chronology of booms and slumps (paper by John Sutton, pdf format; in 2002, Development of Urbanism from a Global Perspective, Uppsala Universiteit, Uppsala)

> The Zagwe period re-interpreted: post-Aksumite Ethiopian urban culture (paper by Tekeste Negash, pdf format; in 2002, Development of Urbanism from a Global Perspective, Uppsala Universiteit, Uppsala)

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