BIBLIOGRAPHIE DE L'ARCHÉOLOGIE DE L'AFRIQUE CENTRALE -:- BIBLIOGRAPHY ON CENTRAL AFRICA'S ARCHAEOLOGY

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- ALLSWORTH-JONES (P.), HARVATI (K.) & STRINGER (C.), 2010, The archaeological context of the Iwo Eleru cranium from Nigeria and preliminary results of new morphometric studies, in ALLSWORTH-JONES (P.) ed., West African archaeology: new developments, new perspectives, British Archaeological Reports, International Series, 2164, Oxford, pp.29-42.

- ALPERN (S.B.), 2005, Did they or didn't they invent it ? Iron in Sub-Saharan Africa, History in Africa, 32, pp.41-94.

- BADENHORST (S.), 2018, Exploitation of sheep (Ovis aries) and goats (Capra hircus) by Iron Age farmers in southern Africa, Quaternary International, 495, pp.79-86.

- BAHUCHET (S.), 2018, La longue histoire des chasseurs-cueilleurs d'Afrique, In FAUVELLE (F.-X.) dir., De l'Acacus au Zimbabwe, 20.000 avant notre ère - XVIIe siècle, Belin, Paris, pp.545-567.

- BARBIERI (C.), VICENTE (M.), OLIVEIRA (S.), BOSTOEN (K.), ROCHA (J.), STONEKING (M.) and PAKENDORF (B.), 2014, Migration and Interaction in a Contact Zone: mtDNA Variation among Bantu-Speakers in Southern Africa, PLoS ONE 9(6): e99117. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0099117.

- BARROS (P.de), 1997, Ironworking in its cultural context, in VOGEL (J.O.) éd., Encyclopedia of precolonial Africa : archaeology, history, languages, cultures and environments, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek-London-New Delhi, pp.135-149.

- BASELL (L.), 2010, Middle Stone Age Sangoan-Lupemban lithic assemblages of Africa, in ALLSWORTH-JONES (P.) ed., West African archaeology: new developments, new perspectives, British Archaeological Reports, International Series, 2164, Oxford, pp.15-27.

- BAYON (G.), DENNIELOU (B.), ETOUBLEAU (J.), PONZEVERA (E.), TOUCANNE (S.) et BERMELL (S.), 2012, Intensifying Weathering and Land Use in Iron Age Central Africa, Science. Online.

- BAYON (G.), BAYONA (G.), SCHEFUß (E.), DUPONT (L.), BORGES (A.V.), DENNIELOU (B.), LAMBERT (T.), MOLLENHAUER (G.), MONIN (L.), PONZEVERA (E.), SKONIECZNY (C.) & ANDRE (L.), 2019, The roles of climate and human land-use in the late Holocene rainforest crisis of Central Africa, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 505, pp.30–41.

- BISSON (M.), 1997, Copper metallurgy, in VOGEL (J.O.) éd., Encyclopedia of precolonial Africa : archaeology, history, languages, cultures and environments, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek-London-New Delhi, pp.125-132.

- BLENCH (R.), 2009, Bananas and plantains in Africa: reinterpreting the linguistic evidence, Ethnobotany research and applications, 7, pp.363-380.

- BLENCH (R.), 2013, Language, Linguistics; and Archaeology: Their Integration in the Study of African Prehistory, In MITCHELL (P.) & LANE (P.) eds., The Oxford Handbook of African Archaeology, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.49-64.

- BLENCH (R.), 2018, Linguistique et archéologie. Comment reconstruire l'histoire depuis 12 000 ans ?, In FAUVELLE (F.-X.) dir., De l'Acacus au Zimbabwe, 20.000 avant notre ère - XVIIe siècle, Belin, Paris, pp.574-588.

- BLENCH (R.), 2018, The Translocation of Useful Trees in African Prehistory, In MERCURI (A.M.), D'ANDREA (A.C.), FORNACIARI (R.), HÖHN (A.) eds., Plants and People in the African Past, Springer International Publishing, pp.177-193.

- BOCOUM (H.) éd., 2004, The origins of Iron Metallurgy in Africa : new light on its antiquity, UNESCO, Paris, 240 pages.

- BON (F.) & MENARD (C.), 2018, L'Afrique après le Grand Aride, In FAUVELLE (F.-X.) dir., De l'Acacus au Zimbabwe, 20.000 avant notre ère - XVIIe siècle, Belin, Paris, pp.411-433. [Africa]

- BOSTOEN (K.), 2004, Etude comparative et historique du vocabulaire relatif à la poterie en bantou, Thèse de Doctorat, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 540 pages.

- BOSTOEN (K.), 2005, Des mots et des pots en bantou. Une approche linguistique de l'histoire de la céramique en Afrique, Schriften zur Afrikanistik - Research in African Studies, Vol.9, Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt am Main - Berlin - Bern - Bruxelles - New York - Oxford - Wien, 483 pages, nombr. ill. et tabl.

- BOSTOEN (K.), 2006-2007, Pearl millet in early bantu speech communities in Central Africa: a reconsideration of the lexical evidence, Afrika und Uberzee, 89, pp.183-213.

- BOSTOEN (K.), 2018, The Bantu expansion. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of African History. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

- BOSTOEN (K.), CLIST (B.), DOUMENGE (C.), GROLLEMUND (R.), HOMBERT (J.-M.), KONI MULUWA (J.) and MALEY (J.), 2015, Middle to Late Holocene Paleoclimatic Change and the Early Bantu Expansion in the Rain Forests of Western Central Africa, Current Anthropology, 56 (3), pp.354-384.

- CAHEN (D.), 1971, La place de l'archéologie de l'Afrique, Forum-ULB, 21, pp.1-7.

- CAHEN (D.), 1976, Préhistoire de l'Afrique noire, in L'Afrique noire, Meddena, Bruxelles, pp.23-26 et pp.41-43.

- CAHEN (D.), 1977-1978, L'archéologie en Afrique Centrale : synthèse, Etudes d'Histoire Africaine, IX-X, pp.133-136.

- CAHEN (D.), 1978, Vers une révision de la nomenclature des industries préhistoriques de l'Afrique Centrale, l'Anthropologie, 82, n°1, pp. 5-36.

- CAHEN (D.), 1979, La fin des Ages de la Pierre et le début de l'Age du Fer en Afrique Centrale, African Economic History, 7, pp.66-74.

- CAHEN (D.), 1982, The Stone Age in the South and West, in VAN NOTEN (F.) éd., The archaeology of Central Africa, Akademische Drück- und Verlagsantstalt, Graz, pp.41-56.

- CALVOCORESSI (D.) et DAVID (N.), 1979, A new survey of radiocarbon and thermoluminescence dates for West Africa, Journal of African History, 20, 1, pp.1-19.

- CAPELLE (S.), 2003, La métallurgie du cuivre en Afrique Centrale, Mémoire de maîtrise, Université Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris I, 157 pages, 22 planches.

- CASEY (J.), 2005, Holocene occupations of the forest and savanna, in STAHL (A.) éd., African Archaeology: A Critical Introduction, Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology, Blackwell Publishing, London, pp.225-248

- CAULIEZ (J.), DACBY (T.) & GUTHERZ (X.), 2018, Les premières sociétés de production en Afrique, In FAUVELLE (F.-X.) dir., De l'Acacus au Zimbabwe, 20.000 avant notre ère - XVIIe siècle, Belin, Paris, pp.469-497. [Africa]

- CHEVRIER (B.), HUYSECOM (E.), SORIANO (S.), RASSEC (M.), LESPEZ (L.), LEBRUN (B.) & TRIBOLO (C.), 2018, Between continuity and discontinuity: An overview of the West African Paleolithic over the last 200,000 years, Quaternary International, 466 (A), pp.3-22.

- CHILDS (S.T.) et HERBERT (E.W.), 2004, Metallurgy and its Consequences, in STAHL (A.) éd., African Archaeology: A Critical Introduction, Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology, Blackwell Publishing, London, pp.276-300.

- CLIST (B.), 1986, Le néolithique en Afrique centrale : état de la question et perspective d'avenir, l'Anthropologie, 90, 2, pp.217-232.

- CLIST (B.), 1987, Early bantu settlements in west-central Africa : a review of recent research, Current Anthropology, 28, 3, pp.380-382.

- CLIST (B.), 1990, Des derniers chasseurs aux premiers métallurgistes: sédentarisation et débuts de la métallurgie du fer (Cameroun, Guinée-Equatoriale, Gabon), in LANFRANCHI (R.) et SCHWARTZ (D.) éds., Paysages quaternaires de l'Afrique centrale atlantique, Collection Didactiques, ORSTOM, Paris, pp.458-478.

- CLIST (B.), 1991, Synthèse régionale du Néolithique, in LANFRANCHI (R.) et CLIST (B.) éds., Aux origines de l'Afrique Centrale, Ministère de la Coopération et du Développement / Centre Culturel français de Libreville / Sépia, Paris, pp.181-183.

- CLIST (B.), 1991, Synthèse régionale sur l'Age du Fer Ancien, in LANFRANCHI (R.) et CLIST (B.) éds., Aux origines de l'Afrique Centrale, Ministère de la Coopération et du Développement / Centre Culturel français de Libreville / Sépia, Paris, pp.225-226 .

- CLIST (B.), 1991, L'archéologie du royaume Kongo, in in LANFRANCHI (R.) et CLIST (B.) éds., Aux origines de l'Afrique Centrale, Ministère de la Coopération et du Développement / Centre Culturel français de Libreville / Sépia, Paris, pp.253-258.

- CLIST (B.), 2006, Mais où se sont taillées nos pierres en Afrique Centrale entre 7.000 et 2.000 bp?, in WOTZKA (H.-P.) éd., Grundlegungen. Beiträge zur europäischen und afrikanischen Archäologie für Manfred K.H. Eggert, Francke Attempto Verlag GmbH and Co. KG, Tübingen, pp.291-302.

- CLIST (B.), 2006, Coexistences matérielles entre 6000 et 20 cal BC en Afrique centrale : une mosaïque culturelle, in ASTRUC (L.), BON (F.), LEA (V.), MILCENT (P.-Y.) et PHILLIBERT (S.) éds., Normes techniques et pratiques sociales. De la simplicité des outillages pré- et protohistoriques, XXVIe rencontres internationales d'archéologie et d'histoire d'Antibes, Editions APDCA, Antibes, pp.377-383.

- CLIST (B.), 2012, Vers une réduction des préjugés et la fonte des antagonismes: un bilan de l'expansion de la métallurgie du fer en Afrique sud-saharienne, Journal of African Archaeology, 10, 1, pp.71-84. [Central Africa]

- CLIST (B.), 2012, Pour une archéologie du royaume Kongo: la tradition de Mbafu, Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 47, 2, pp.175-209. [Angola, RDC, Congo]

- CLIST (B.), 2013, Our iron smelting 14C dates from Central Africa: from a plain appointment to a full blown relationship, in HUMPHRIS (J.) and REHREN (T.) eds., The World of Iron, Archetype Publications, London, pp.22-28.

- CLIST (B.), 2019, L'archéologie sur Internet - 20 ans après l'esquisse présentée dans 'Les nouvelles de l'archéologie', Les Nouvelles de l'Archéologie, 155 (3), pp.26-32. (contains information on African archaeology web sites)

- CLIST (B.), BOSTOEN (K.), de MARET (P.), EGGERT (M.K.H.), HÖHN (A.), MBIDA (C.), NEUMANN (K.) & SEIDENSTICKER (D.), 2018, Did human activity really trigger the late Holocene rainforest crisis in Central Africa?, PNAS: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1805247115

- CLIST (B.), de MARET (P.) & BOSTOEN (K.), 2018, Les débuts de la céramique, de la sédentarisation et de la métallurgie du fer, In CLIST (B.), de MARET (P.) & BOSTOEN (K.) (eds.), 2018, Une archéologie des provinces septentrionales du royaume Kongo, Archaeopress, Oxford, pp.45-50.

- CLIST (B.), HUBAU (W.), TSHIBAMBA MUKENDI (J.), BEECKMAN (H.) & BOSTOEN (K.), 2019, The earliest iron-producing communities in the Lower Congo region of Central Africa: New insights from the Bu, Kindu and Mantsetsi sites, Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 2, pp.221-244.

- CLIST (B.), KAUMBA (M.), MATONDA (I.) & BOSTOEN (K.), 2019, Kitala Ware: A New Early Iron Age Pottery Group from the Lower Congo Region in Central Africa, African Archaeological Review, 36(4), pp.455-477.

- CLIST (B.) & LANFRANCHI (R.), 1989, Etat des structures de recherches archéologiques dans les états-membres du CICIBA, Nsi, 6, pp.139-150 .

- CLIST (B.) & LANFRANCHI (R.), 1990, Datations absolues archéologiques des Etats-Membres du Centre International des Civilisations Bantu (CICIBA) et du sud-Cameroun: datations radiocarbones et thermoluminescences, série Documents du Département d'Archéologie, n°1, CICIBA, Libreville, 51 pages.

- CLIST (B.) & LANFRANCHI (R.), 1991, Archéologie et histoire ancienne, In OBENGA (Th.) dir., Racines bantu / Bantu roots, CICIBA /Sépia, Paris, pp.29-45. [Afrique centrale, orientale et australe]

- CONNAH (G.), 2013, Archaeological practice in Africa: A historical perspective, In MITCHELL (P.) & LANE (P.) eds., The Oxford Handbook of African Archaeology, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.15-36.

- CORNELISSEN (E.), 1997, Central african transitional cultures, in VOGEL (J.) éd., Encyclopedia of precolonial Africa, AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek-London-New Delhi, pp.312-320.

- CORNELISSEN (E.), 2002, Human responses to changing environments in Central Africa between 40,000 and 12,000 BP, Journal of World Prehistory, 16, 3, pp.197-235.

- CORNELISSEN (E.), 2003, On microlithic quartz industries at the end of the Pleistocene in Central Africa : the evidence from Shum Laka (NW Cameroon), African archaeological review, 20, 1, pp.1-24.

- CORNELISSEN (E.), 2016, The Later Pleistocene in the Northeastern Central African Rainforest, in JONES (S.C.) & STEWART (B.A.) eds. Africa from MIS 6-2: Population Dynamics and Paleoenvironments, Dordrecht, Springer: 301-319.

- COUPÉ (C.), HOMBERT (J.-M.), LE NÉCHET (F.), MATHIAN (H.) & SANDERS (L.), 2017, Modélisation de l'expansion des populations Bantu dans un espace déjà habité par des populations de chasseurs-collecteurs, In SANDERS (L.) dir., Peupler la Terre: de la préhistoire à l'ère des métropoles, Tours, Presses universitaires François Rabelais, Collection "Villes et Territoires", pp.143-172.

- CROWTHER (A.), PRENDERGAST (M.E.), FULLER (D.Q.) & BOIVIN (N.), 2018, Subsistence mosaics, forager-farmer interactions, and the transition to food production in eastern Africa, Quaternary Iternational, 489, pp.101-120.

- DAVID (N.), 1980, Early bantu expansion in the context of Central African prehistory : 4000-1 BC, in BOUQUIAUX (L.) éd., L'expansion bantoue (= Actes du Colloque international du CNRS, Viviers, France, 1977), vol.II, SELAF, Paris, pp.609-647.

- DAVID (N.), 1981, Unknown regions preserved : an essay on the state of archaeology in North Central Africa, in RAY (D.I.), SHINNIE (P.) et WILLIAMS (D.) éds., Into the '80s : proceedings of the 11th annual congress of the canadian association for african studies, Tantalus Research Ltd., Vancouver, pp.37-51.

- DAVID (N.), 1982, Prehistory and historical linguistics in Central Africa : points of contact, in EHRET (C.) et POSNANSKY (M.) éds., The archaeological and linguistic reconstruction of african history, University of California Press, Berkeley, pp.78-95.

- DE BUSSCHERE (P.), 1988, Analyse des données archéologiques, ethnographiques et historiques relatives aux circuits d'échanges dans l'ancien royaume Kongo, Mémoire de Licence, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 2 volumes.

- DE LANGHE (E.), VRYDAGHS (L.), MARET (P.de), PERRIER (X.), et DENHAM (T.), 2009, Why Bananas Matter: An introduction to the history of banana domestication, Ethnobotany Research and Applications, 7, pp.165-177.

- de MARET (P.), 1982, New survey of archaeological research and dates from West-Central and North-Central Africa, Journal of African History, 23, pp.1-15.

- de MARET (P.), 1982, From the Stone Age to the Iron Age : the "Neolithic" problem in the West and South, in VAN NOTEN (F.) éd., The archaeology of Central Africa, Akademische Drück- und Verlagsantstalt, Graz, pp.59-65.

- de MARET (P.), 1982, The Iron Age in the West and South, in VAN NOTEN (F.) éd., The archaeology of Central Africa, Akademische Drück- und Verlagsantstalt, Graz, pp.77-96.

- de MARET (P.), 1982, Rock art, in VAN NOTEN (F.) éd., The archaeology of Central Africa, Akademische Drück- und Verlagsantstalt, Graz, pp.97-99.

- de MARET (P.), 1984, L'archéologie en zone Bantu jusqu'en 1984, Muntu, 1, pp.37-60.

- de MARET (P.), 1985, Recent archaeological research and dates from Central Africa, Journal of African History, 26, 2-3, pp.129-148.

- de MARET (P.), 1989, Le contexte archéologique de l'expansion bantu en Afrique Centrale, in OBENGA (Th.) éd., Les peuples Bantu : migrations, expansion et identité culturelle (= Actes du Colloque International, Libreville 1-6 avril 1985), l'Harmattan, Paris, Tome 1, pp.118-138.

- de MARET (P.), 1990, Le "néolithique" et l'Age du Fer Ancien dans le sud-ouest de l'Afrique Centrale, in LANFRANCHI (R.) et SCHWARTZ (D.), éds., Paysages quaternaires de l'Afrique Centrale Atlantique, ORSTOM, Collection Didactiques, Paris, pp.447-457.

- de MARET (P.), 1990, Phases and facies in the archaeology of Central Africa, in ROBERTSHAW (P.) éd., A history of african archaeology, James Currey/Heinemann, London (UK)/Portsmouth (USA), pp.109-134.

- de MARET (P.), 1994, Archaeological and other prehistoric evidence of traditional african religious expression, in BLAKELY (T.D.) et al eds, Religion in Africa: experience and expression, Heinemann, Portsmouth, pp.183-196.

- de MARET (P.), 1995, Pits, pots and the far west stream, Azania, 29-30, pp.318-323.

- de MARET (P.), 1996, Bantous dites-vous ?, Bulletin des séances de l'Académie Royale des Sciences d'Outre-Mer, 42, 4, pp.709-718.

- de MARET (P.), 1996, Shum Laka (Cameroon) : general perspectives, in PWITI (G.) et SOPER (R.) éds., Aspects of African Archaeology : papers from the 10th Congress of the Panafrican Association for Prehistory and Related Studies, University of Zimbabwe Publications, Harare, pp.275-280.

- de MARET (P.), 1997, Savanna states, in VOGEL (J.O.) & VOGEL (J.) éds., Encyclopedia of precolonial Africa : archaeology, history, languages, cultures and environments, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek-London-New Delhi, pp.496-501.

- de MARET (P.), 1999, The power of symbols and the symbols of power through time: probing the Luba past, In MCINTOSH (S.K.) (ed.), Beyond chiefdoms. Pathways to complexity in Africa, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp.151-165.

- de MARET (P.), 2002, L'Afrique centrale: le savoir "fer", in BOCOUM (H.) éd., Aux origines de la métallurgie du fer en Afrique. Une ancienneté méconnue. Afrique de l'ouest et Afrique centrale., UNESCO, Paris, pp.123-131.

- de MARET (P.), 2003, Synthèse des données archéologiques récentes sur l'Afrique centrale forestière : des mosaïques dans la quatrième dimension, in FROMENT (A.) et GUFFROY (J.) éds., Peuplements anciens et actuels de des forêts tropicales (= Actes du séminaire-atelier Orléans 15-16 octobre 1998), IRD Editions, Collection Colloques et Séminaires, Paris, pp.169-179.

- de MARET (P.), 2004, Central Africa : knowing Iron, in BOCOUM (H.) éd., The origins of Iron Metallurgy in Africa : new light on its antiquity, UNESCO, Paris, pp.127-134.

- de MARET (P.), 2004, From Pottery Groups to Ethnic Groups in Central Africa, in STAHL (A.) éd., African Archaeology: A Critical Introduction, Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology, Blackwell Publishing, London, pp.420-440.

- de MARET (P.), 2012, From Kinship to Kingship: An African Journey into Complexity, Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 47 (3), pp.314-326.

- de MARET (P.), 2013, Archaeologies of the Bantu expansion, In MITCHELL (P.) and LANE (P.) Eds., The Oxford Handbook of African Archaeology, Oxford Handbooks in Archaeology, pp.627-643.

- de MARET (P.), 2018, Les royaumes Kongo et Luba, cultures et sociétés dans le bassin du Congo, In FAUVELLE (F.-X.) dir., De l'Acacus au Zimbabwe, 20.000 avant notre ère - XVIIe siècle, Belin, Paris, pp.311-341. [Central Africa]

- de MARET (P.), LAVACHERY (P.) & GOUEM GOUEM (B.), 2008, Grands travaux publics, grandes opportunités archéologiques ? Evaluation d'un siècle d'expérience en Afrique, in NAFFE (B.O.M.), LANFRANCHI (R.) et SCHLANGER (N.) dir, 2008, L'archéologie préventive en Afrique : enjeux et perspectives, Actes du colloque de Nouakchott, 1-3 février 2007, Editions Sépia, Saint Maur, pp.142-152.

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- de MARET (P.) & THIRY (G.), 1996, How old is the Iron Age in Central Africa ?, in SCHMIDT (P.R.) éd., The culture and technology of African Iron production, University Press of Florida, Gainesville, pp.29-39.

- de MARET (P.), VAN NOTEN (F.) & CAHEN (D.), 1977, Radiocarbon dates from West Central Africa : a synthesis, Journal of African History, 18, 4, pp.481-505.

- DENBOW (J.), 2014, The Archaeology and Ethnography of Central Africa, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 232 pages.

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- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 1980, Der Keramikfund von Bondongo-Losombo (Région de l'Equateur, Zaïre) und die Archäologie des Aquatorialen Regenwaldes, Beiträge zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Archäologie, Band 2, pp.381-427.

- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 1981, Historical linguistics and prehistoric archaeology : trend and pattern in Early Iron Age research of sub-saharan Africa, Beiträge zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Archäologie, Band 3, pp.277-324.

- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 1983, Remarks on exploring archaeologically unknown rain forest territory : the case of Central Africa, Beiträge zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Archäologie, Band 5, pp.283-322.

- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 1984 (1986), Imbonga und Lingonda : zur frühesten Besiedlung des Zentralafrikanischers Regionwaldes, Beiträge zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Archäologie, Band 6, pp.247-288.

- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 1987, Imbonga and Batalimo : ceramic evidence for early settlement of the equatorial rain forest, The African Archaeological Review, 5, pp. 129-145.

- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 1987, Archäologische Forschungen im Zentralafrikanischen Regenwald, in Portner (R.) et Niemeyer (H.G.) éds., Die grossen Abentener der Archäologie, Band 9, Andreas Verlag, Salzburg, pp.3217-3240.

- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 1992, The central african rain forest : historical speculations and archaeological facts, World Archaeology, 24, 1, pp.1-24.

- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 1993, Central Africa and the archaeology of the equatorial rainforest : reflections on some major topics, in SHAW (Th.), SINCLAIR (P.), ANDAH (B.) et OKPOKO (A.) éds., The archaeology of Africa : food, metals and towns, Routledge, London, pp.289-329.

- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 1994-1995, Pots, farming and analogy : early ceramics in the Equatorial Forest, Azania, 29-30, pp.332-338.

- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 1997, Equatorial Iron Age, in VOGEL (J.O.) and VOGEL (J.) éd., Encyclopedia of precolonial Africa, Altamira Press, Walnut Creek-London-New Delhi, pp.429-435.

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- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 2005, The Bantu Problem and African Archaeology, in STAHL (A.) éd., African Archaeology: A Critical Introduction, Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology, Blackwell Publishing, London, pp.301-326.

- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 2012, Bantu und Indogermanen, Saeculum - Jahrbuch für Universalgeschichte, 62, 1, pp. 1-63.

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- EGGERT (M.K.H.), 2019, Agriculture, horticulture, vegeculture, arboriculture and related problems in the Central African rainforest: Old questions revisited, In EICHHORN (B.) & HÖHN (A.) (eds.), Trees, grasses and crops. People and plants in sub-Saharan Africa and beyond, Frankfurter Archäologische Schriften, 37, Rudolf Habelt, Bonn, pp. 73-80.

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