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Prehistoric Rock Paintings of the South-West Cape, South Africa*
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*Rock-Paintings of the South-West Cape. Compiled by Townley Johnson, Hyme Rabinowitz and Percy Sieff. Nasionale Boekhandel BPK, Cape Town/Kaapstad, 1959.
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