“Earliest” Evidence of Human Violence

“Earliest” Evidence of Human Violence

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A healed fracture discovered on an ancient skull from China may be the oldest documented evidence of violence between humans, a study has shown. The individual, who lived 150,000 to 200,000 years ago, suffered blunt force trauma to the right temple—possibly from being hit with a projectile.

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