Mapungubwe National Park

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Pretoria, South Africa. The Mapungubwe Museum, The University of Pretoria. \nPatrick Boroughs, age 11, admires Golden Rhino (Rhinoceros) an icon of Mapungubwe. Made from gold foil. Found in royal grave. Golden sceptre and bowl in background\nMapungubwe was an ancient African civilisation (civilization) in the Limpopo River valley, in South Africa. It existed from approx A.D. 1220 to 1300. \nMR Model Release Available\n31 August 2006 © 2006 Don Boroughs Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa.\nklipspringer (Oreotragus oreotragus), male. In typical pose.\n1 September 2006 © 2006 Don Boroughs Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa.\nPatrick Boroughs, age 11, and guide Ali Chauke playing mefuvha on board carved into rock on top of Mapungubwe Hill, which was the center of Mapungubwe civilisation, and home of Mapungubwe royalty. Game also called mancala or bao in other parts of Africa. \nA World Heritage Site. Mapungubwe was an ancient African civilisation (civilization) in the Limpopo River valley, in South Africa. It existed from approx A.D. 1220 to 1300. \n1 September 2006 © 2006 Don Boroughs Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa.\nHand of man playing mefuvha on board carved into rock on top of Mapungubwe Hill, which was the center of Mapungubwe civilisation, and home of Mapungubwe royalty. Game also called mancala or bao in other parts of Africa. \nA World Heritage Site. Mapungubwe was an ancient African civilisation (civilization) in the Limpopo River valley, in South Africa. It existed from approx A.D. 1220 to 1300. \n1 September 2006 © 2006 Don Boroughs Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa.\nGrinding stones used for grain. On top of Mapungubwe Hill, which was the center of Mapungubwe civilisation, and home of Mapungubwe royalty. \nA World Heritage Site. Mapungubwe was an ancient African civilisation (civilization) in the Limpopo River valley, in South Africa. It existed from approx A.D. 1220 to 1300. \n1 September 2006 © 2006 Don Boroughs Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa.\nWooden steps to top of  Mapungubwe Hill, which was the center of Mapungubwe civilisation, and home of Mapungubwe royalty. \nA World Heritage Site. Mapungubwe was an ancient African civilisation (civilization) in the Limpopo River valley, in South Africa. It existed from approx A.D. 1220 to 1300. \n1 September 2006 © 2006 Don Boroughs Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa.\nHole from archaeological dig at base of Mapungubwe Hill, which was the center of Mapungubwe civilisation, and home of Mapungubwe royalty. \nGuide Ali Chauke, left. Patrick Boroughs, age 11, center, in hole.\nA World Heritage Site. Mapungubwe was an ancient African civilisation (civilization) in the Limpopo River valley, in South Africa. It existed from approx A.D. 1220 to 1300. \n1 September 2006 © 2006 Don Boroughs Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa.\nLeokwe Camp. Eastern side of park. Accommodation. Cottages.\nA World Heritage Site. Mapungubwe was an ancient African civilisation (civilization) in the Limpopo River valley, in South Africa. It existed from approx A.D. 1220 to 1300. \n1 September 2006 © 2006 Don Boroughs