Nyame Akuma: A Newsletter of African Archaeology
Land settlement -- Ghana -- Social aspects, Villages -- Ghana, Ethnoarchaeology -- Ghana, Ghana -- Social life and customs -- History
This article is an ethnoarchaeologial study aimed at discovering rules that might explain the dynamics of spatial distribution of cultural remains of the Nchumuru, a Guang people who, in prehistoric times, inhabited large parts of Ghana and still maintain their traditional social system and subsistence practices.
Agorsah, E.K. (1983). Patterns of Spatial Behavior Among the Nchumuru. Nyame Akuma: A Newsletter of African Archaeology, 23, 6-8