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Header: Ruins of the Temple at Great Zimbabwe. Dated c.a. 1335 C.E., however, older authorities have suggested the ninth and sixth century C.E. Whilst other authorities have even suggested between 2000 and 1100 B.C.E.

Top row: (1) Wall of the Temple at Great Zimbabwe, styled in a chevron pattern. (2) Bantu Bushman. (3) Inside the Temple at Great Zimbabwe. (4) Outer wall of the Temple at Great Zimbabwe.

Bottom row: (1) Children from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, on a school trip to Great Zimbabwe. (2) The Temple at Great Zimbabwe, with the Conical Tower at the centre. (3) Monomotapa woman. (4) Another angle of the outer wall of the Temple at Great Zimbabwe.

The Temple at Great Zimbabwe, with the Conical Tower at the centre. c.a. 1335 C.E. or 2000 B.C.E.?

Images above: (1) Shona children demonstrating Shona Culture. (2) Temple of Great Zimababwe walls with soap-stone-birds. (3) The famous Soap Stone Birds of Zimbabwe, appearing on the national flags and coats of arms of both Zimbabwe and Rhodesia, as well as on banknotes and coins. (4) Two Soap Stone Birds of Zimbabwe.

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