Archaeologists find grim proof of man's earliest war
Yet some believe prehistoric man was largely amiable: Hunter-gatherers could simply move on.
Cultural clashes leading to war are evidently as old as man himself. Now archaeologists studying human remains in the Sudan believe they have found evidence of the world’s first outright, large-scale war, some 13,000 years ago - and it seems to have been about race.
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