As farming developed, so did cooperation – and violence

March 6, 2020 - General

The growth of agriculture led to unprecedented cooperation in human societies, a team of researchers, has found, but it also led to a spike in violence, an insight that offers lessons for the present.

Woodland Period Village Mural by Andy Buttram [Credit: Dickson Mounds/
Illinois State Museum]A new study in Environmental Archaeology by collaborators from UConn, the University of Utah, Troy University, and California State University,…

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