Vol. 42 / No. 3

By: Kathleen Ryan

Edible Wild Plants as Digestive Aids: Ethnoarchaeology in Maasailand: Science & Archaeology

Indigenous cultures around the world retain knowledge of a diversity of plants in their environments, including plants used for medicinal […]

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Vol. 47 / No. 3

By: Kathleen Ryan and Karega-Münene

The Origins of Pastoralism in Eastern Africa: Archaeological Exploration on the Laikpia: Research Notes

How do cattle herders such as the pastoral Maasai of East Africa, manage to survive and often prosper in harsh […]

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Vol. 51 / No. 3

By: Kathleen Ryan, Williams Fitts, Mulu Muia, Nina Johnson and Hannah Lau

Tracking East African Cattle Herders from Prehistory to the Present

The herding of domesticated animals permits food production to be extended into many areas of the world too arid for […]

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