The paintings of the Bushmen in South Africa.

San Bushman, paintings, South Africa, Schooma, Xalanga, Ettrik, Kala
Fig. 1. Schooma, Xalanga. Fig. 2. Ettrik, Kala. Fig. 3. Jochemspruit, Barkly East. Fig.4. Minard, Xalanga. Fig. 5. Jochemspruit, Barkly East. Fig. 6. Flooikraal. Fig. 7. Schooma, Xalanga. Fig. 8. Dorishmore, Kala.

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Bushman paintings from South Africa

Fig. 1. Schooma, Xalanga. Fig. 2. Ettrik, Kala. Fig. 3. Jochemspruit, Barkly East. Fig.4. Minard, Xalanga. Fig. 5. Jochemspruit, Barkly East. Fig. 6. Flooikraal. Fig. 7. Schooma, Xalanga. Fig. 8. Dorishmore, Kala.

San, Bushman, paintings, South Africa, Sacred, rock art, Moszeik,
Fig. 1. Carabas, Barkly East. Fig. 2. Mosheshsford, Brakly East. Fig. 3. Jochemspruit. Fig.4. Burly. Fig. 5. Ettrik, Kala. Fig. 6. Ettrik, Kala.

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Fig. 1. Carabas, Barkly East. Fig. 2. Mosheshsford, Brakly East. Fig. 3. Jochemspruit. Fig.4. Burly. Fig. 5. Ettrik, Kala. Fig. 6. Ettrik, Kala.

San, Bushman, paintings, South Africa, Sacred, rock art, Moszeik,
Fig. 1. Reedsdell, Barkly East. Fig. 2. Glengyle. Fig. 3. Barkly East. Fig.4. Ben Faraday, Maclear.

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Fig. 1. Reedsdell, Barkly East. Fig. 2. Glengyle. Fig. 3. Barkly East. Fig.4. Ben Faraday, Maclear.

Source. The paintings of the Bushmen in South Africa by Dr. Otto Mosaik. Berlin 1910. Edited by Dietrich Reimer (Ernst Fosen).

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