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These Iron Age people lived in huts built of clay, and stored their grain in hardened clay bins.
As the first agriculturists of the Iron Age of southern Africa, they relied heavily on rainfall.
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This collapse is centered in a huge expanse of the Southern Hemisphere, extending from Zimbabwe to Chile, known as the South Atlantic Anomaly.
We’re turning to some perhaps unexpected data sources, including 700-year-old African archaeological records, to puzzle it out.Using this kind of data, we have a partial history of archaeomagnetism for the Northern Hemisphere.In contrast, the Southern Hemisphere archaeomagnetic record is scant.If we were able to use a compass deep under southern Africa, we would see that in this unusual patch north actually points south.This patch is the main culprit creating the South Atlantic Anomaly.