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Research Outputs (Anthropology and Archaeology)

 

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  • Le Roux, Magdel (2016)
    The last account of the judges is that of Samson (Judges 13–16). This account has all the elements of a blockbuster. All the indications are that Samson would be an extraordinary person. And yet, even though Samson may be ...
  • Le Roux, Magdel (SASNES (Southern African Society for Near Eastern Studies), 2004)
    Similar to oral traditions, written histories may exist in more than one version. The biblical story of the Queen of Sheba's visit to King Solomon has undergone an extensive elaboration in different literary traditions. ...
  • Le Roux, Magdel (Old Testament Society of South Africa (OTSSA), 2005)
    The endeavour to juxtapose the manners and customs of these two communities (African and early Israel), illuminates the understanding of the practices and rituals of both sides, and it stimulates new questions to be asked ...
  • Le Roux, Magdel (Institute for Afro-Hellenic studies, 2008)
    Recent research shows that the cultural remnants of a more distant past were more faithfully preserved in sub-Saharan Africa than in the societies further north. Striking parallels between extant African cultures and written ...
  • Le Roux, Magdel (SASNES (Southern African Society for Near Eastern Studies), 2015)
    Die literêre uitbeelding van die verhale in die boek Rigters weerspieël 'n korporatiewe eenheid van stamme of sibbes waarin individue ook 'n prominente rol speel. Binne die stammeorganisasie kan verwag word dat dié individue ...
  • Le Roux, Magdel; Mark, Thomas; Parfitt, T.; Skorecki, K.; Bradman, N.; Goldstein, D.B. (Elsevier, 2000)
    The Lemba are a traditionally endogamous group speaking a variety of Bantu languages who live in a number of locations in southern Africa. They claim descent from Jews who came to Africa from “Sena.” “Sena” is variously ...
  • Schlebusch C (Ext); Skoglund P (Ext); De Jongh M; Sjodin P; Gattepaille L; Hernandez D; Jay F; Li S; Singleton A; Blum M; Soodyall H; Jakobssen M (2012)
    The history of click-speaking Khoe-San, and African populations in general, remains poorly understood. We genotyped ∼2.3 million single-nucleotide polymorphisms in 220 southern Africans and found that the Khoe-San diverged ...
  • Boeyens, J.C.A.; Plug, I. (2011)
    Systematic excavations have uncovered a faunal assemblage from the central court (kgotla) midden at Kaditshwene, a large stone-walled complex in the Marico. Kaditshwene served as the capital of the Bahurutshe booMenwe, ...