National History Museum

Scientific articles

Brink, J.S., Dreyer, J.J.B. & Loubser, J.H.N. 1992. Rescue excavations at Pramberg, Jacobsdal, south-western Orange Free State. Southern African Field Archaeology 1: 54-60.

Jacobson, L., Loubser, J., Peisach, M., Pineda, C. & van der Westhuizen, W. 1991. Pixe analysis of pre-European pottery from the northern Transvaal and its relevance to the distribution of ceramic styles, social interaction and change. South African Archaeological Bulletin 46: 19-24.

Loubser, J. 1989. Archaeology and early Venda history. In: Deacon, J. (ed.). South African Archaeological Society Goodwin Series 6: 54-61.

Loubser, J. 1990. Oral traditions, archaeology and the history of Venda mitupo. African Studies 49: 13-43.

Loubser, J., Brink, J. & Laurens, G. 1990. Paintings of the extinct blue antelope, Hippotragus leucophaeus, in the eastern Orange Free State. South African Archaeological Bulletin 45: 106-111.

Loubser, J.H.N. 1991. The ethnoarchaeology of Venda-speakers in southern Africa. Navorsinge van die Nasionale Museum, Bloemfontein 7: 146-464.

Loubser, J. 1991. The conservation of rock paintings in Australia and its applicability to South Africa. Navorsinge van die Nasionale Museum, Bloemfontein 7: 114-143.

Loubser, J. & Verhagen, B. 1991. Radiocarbon dates covering the last thousand years in the Soutpansberg area, northern Transvaal. South African Journal of Science 87: 470-472.

Loubser, J. & Brink, J. 1992. Unusual paintings of wildebeest and a zebra-like animal from north-western Lesotho. Southern African Field Archaeology 1: 103-107.

Loubser, J. 1993. Ndondondwane: the significance of features and finds from a ninth century site on the lower Thukela River, Natal. Natal Museum Journal of Humanities: 5: 109-151.

Loubser, J. 1993. Rock paintings of domestic ungulates in the Caledon River Valley area of southern Africa: understanding the interaction between hunter-gatherers and agriculturalists. In: Faulstich. P. & Taçon, P.S.C. (eds.). Dating and spatial considerations in rock art studies. Melbourne: AURA Occasional Publication 8: 101-110.

Loubser, J. 1993. A guide to the rock paintings of Tandjesberg. Navorsinge van die Nasionale Museum, Bloemfontein 9: 345-384.

Loubser, J. 1994. The conservation of rock engravings and rock paintings: removals to museums or selected exhibitions in the field? South African Journal of Science 90: 454-456.

Loubser, J.H.N. 1994. Ndebele archaeology of the Pietersburg area. Navorsinge van die Nasionale Museum, Bloemfontein 10: 61-147.

Loubser, J. & Laurens, G. 1994. Depictions of domestic ungulates and shields: hunter-gatherers and agro-pastoralists in the Caledon Valley area. In: Dowson, T. & Lewis-Williams, J.D. (eds.). Contested images: diversity in southern African rock art research: 83-118. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.

Loubser, J.H.N. &. P. Zietsman. 1994. Rock paintings of the postulated Brunsvigia sp. (Amaryllidaceae) at Thaba Bosiu, western Lesotho. South African Journal of Science 90: 611-612.

Loubser, J.H.N. 1996. A tale of two shelters: contrasting site management strategies in South Africa and Lesotho. In: Ward, G.K. (ed.) Management of rock art imagery. Melbourne: AURA Occasional Publication 9: 22-25.

Moodley, S. 2006. Rock Art and National Identity: A museum perspective. South African Museum Associations Bulletin 32: 85-87.

Moodley, S. 2008. Koma: Crocodile motif in the rock art of the Northern Sotho. South African Archaeological Journal 63(188): 116-124.

Ouzman, S. 1995. Spiritual and political uses of rock engravings by San and Tswana-speakers. South African Archaeological Bulletin 50: 55-67.

Ouzman, S. 1995. The fish, the shaman and the peregrination: San rock paintings of mormyrid fish as religious and social metaphors. Southern African Field Archaeology 4: 3-17.

Ouzman, S. 1996. Thaba Sione: place of rhinoceroses and rain-making. African Studies 55: 31-59.

Ouzman, S. 1997. Landscape/Mindscapes. The Semiotic Review of Books 8(3): 3-5.

Ouzman, S. 1997. Between margin and centre: the archaeology of southern African bored stones. In: Wadley, L. (ed.). Our gendered past: archaeological studies of gender in southern Africa: 71-106. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press.

Ouzman, S. 1997. Hidden in the common gaze: collective and idiosyncratic rock paintings at Rose Cottage Cave, South Africa. Navorsinge van die Nasionale Museum, Bloemfontein 13: 225-256.

Ouzman, S. & Wadley, L. 1997. A history in paint and stone from Rose Cottage Cave, South Africa. Antiquity 71: 386-404

Ouzman, S. 1998. Mindscape. In: Bouissac, P. (ed.). Encyclopedia of Semiotics: 419-421. New York: Oxford University Press.

Ouzman, S. 1998. Rock Art. In: Bouissac, P. (ed.). Encyclopedia of Semiotics: 544-547. New York: Oxford University Press.

Ouzman, S. 1998. Toward a mindscape of landscape: rock-art as expression of world-understanding. In: Chippindale, C. & Taçon, P.S.C. (eds.). The Archaeology of Rock-Art: 30-41. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ouzman, S. 2001. Seeing is deceiving: rock-art and the non-visual. World Archaeology 33(2): 237-256.

Ouzman, S. 2002. Encountering an encultured nature: some edifying examples from Indigenous Southern Africa. In: Gauer-Lietz, S. (ed.). Nature and culture: ambivalent dimensions: 199-217. Cottbus: Drukzone.

Ouzman, S., Taçon, P.S.C., Mulvaney, K. & Fullagar. R . 2002. Extraordinary engraved bird track from North Australia: extinct fauna, Dreaming Being and/or aesthetic masterpiece? Cambridge Archaeological Journal 12(1): 103-112.

Peisach, M., Pineda, C., Jacobson, L. & Loubser, J. 1991. Analytical study of pottery from Soutpansberg. Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 151: 229-237.

Taçon, P.S.C., Fullagar R.K., Ouzman S. & Mulvaney K. 1997. Cupule engravings from Jinmium-Granilpi (Northern Australia) and beyond: exploration of a widespread and enigmatic class of rock markings. Antiquity 71(274): 942-965.