C1778

1. Hottentot Corn Thrashers. 2. Hottentot Huts or Krales

A scene of the local farmers called ‘Hottentot’ by Europeans but were in actual fact the Khoisan people native to southwestern Africa.  The Khoikhoi traditionally practised nomadic pastoral agriculture. From Charles Theodore Middleton’s A Complete System of Geography.

$A 30

S/N: NCSGM-021-AFR–229917
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Full Title:

1. Hottentot Corn Thrashers. 2. Hottentot Huts or Krales

Date:

C1778

Artist:

Unknown

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Copper engraving.

Image Size: 

155mm 
x 280mm

Platemark Size: 

170mm 
x 290mm
AUTHENTICITY
1. Hottentot Corn Thrashers. 2. Hottentot Huts or Krales - Antique Print from 1778

Genuine antique
dated:

1778

Description:

A scene of the local farmers called ‘Hottentot’ by Europeans but were in actual fact the Khoisan people native to southwestern Africa.  The Khoikhoi traditionally practised nomadic pastoral agriculture.

From Charles Theodore Middleton’s A Complete System of Geography.

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