Urewe

Urewe

[oo-rey-wey]
adjective Archaeology.
of or pertaining to an early Iron Age pottery tradition of central Africa beginning in the second half of the first millennium b.c. and associated with the spread of ironworking and possibly cattle raising and the Bantu language.

Origin:
after the type site in Kenya, near the NE shore of Lake Victoria

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