Summary details for Other archaeological or cultural heritage feature


All archaeological sites and remains in Namibia are protected by law (National Heritage Act 27 of 2004). Some incidental protection is provided by the Environmental Management Act (7 of 2007) which includes man-made features in its definition of the environment.

Recorders should not collect anything from the site, ever.

You should never moisten paintings to enhance them for photography.


 

Other archaeological or cultural heritage feature

Cluster of windbreaks
Cluster of windbreaks © Photo: J. Kinahan
Holocene windbreak
Holocene windbreak © Photo: J. Kinahan
Windbreak among outcropping boulders
Windbreak among outcropping boulders © Photo: J. Kinahan
Windbreak on rocky ridge
Windbreak on rocky ridge © Photo: J. Kinahan
Windbreak
Windbreak © Photo: J. Kinahan
Honey collecting site note stone cairn and climbing pegs
Honey collecting site note stone cairn and climbing pegs © Photo: J. Kinahan
Honey collecting site - note stone cairn and entrance of bees nest
Honey collecting site - note stone cairn and entrance of bees nest © Photo: J. Kinahan
Hunting blind
Hunting blind © Photo: J. Kinahan
Hunting blind
Hunting blind © Photo: J. Kinahan
Remains of storage cairn
Remains of storage cairn © Photo: J. Kinahan
Scars of honey climbing pegs in baobab trunk
Scars of honey climbing pegs in baobab trunk © Photo: J. Kinahan
Storage cairn
Storage cairn © Photo: J. Kinahan
Traditional large stock well
Traditional large stock well © Photo: J. Kinahan
Traditional shaft well
Traditional shaft well © Photo: J. Kinahan