Tracking in Caves
Our staff member Tsamkxao Ciqae will join the up-coming International Conference in the Neanderthal Museum and the Institute of Prehistoric Archaeology - African Archaeology on PREHISTORIC HUMAN TRACKS - May 11-13, 2017, Mettmann & Cologne, Germany
“This project, labelled Tracking in Caves, started in 2013 with the purpose to better understand the late Pleistocene* human footprints that can be found in some of the caves with rock art in southern France. For this research assistance and expertise was sought among the Ju/’hoansi San of the Namibian Kalahari. Three professional, indigenous trackers were invited to Europe and contributed substantially to the research in the caves.”
* The footprints are about 17,000 years old.
The participating experts come from: Asia, Australia, Europe, South & North America and Southern Africa – see here the program: http://www.tracking-in-caves-online.de/program-may-11-13-2017/
A visualization can be seen at U-Tube (in German)