A map showing the location of archaeological sites and their associated occupational phases in the Banda Traditional Area, Bono Region, Ghana. Occupational phases are part of a working chronology based on absolute dates (radiocarbon dates) and artifact sequences from excavated archaeological sites. Occupational phases of sites are shown in parentheses from earliest (1) to most recent in time (7).
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University of Victoria Libraries
Maps; Banda (Brong-Ahafo Region, Ghana); Archaeology; Excavations (archaeology)
Technical note: Projection WGS 1984, UTM Zone 30N; Data sources: Ann Stahl (Banda border, point locations); Natural Earth (country boundaries); Humanitarian Data Exchange, Open Street Map (roads); DIVA GIS, Open Street Map (rivers and elevations)
An educational poster with pictures and text which describes how scholars learn about the past through oral history, written sources and archaeology. It addresses questions including 'why do archaeologists dig?', 'how do things come to be buried in the ground?', and how do we know how old something is? It is one of five posters prepared for a Banda community event held in July, 2011. Printed versions of the posters are housed in the Banda Cultural Centre, Ahenkro.
An educational poster with pictures and text focused on how and what we can learn from the past. The poster encourages young people to talk to their elders to learn more about life in the past. It is one of five posters prepared for a Banda community event held in 2014. Printed versions of the posters are housed in the Banda Cultural Centre, Ahenkro.