An exploration of interpersonal violence among Holocene foragers of Southern Africa.


A common assertion that humans are inherently aggressive toward one another is based in part on interpretation of anthropological evidence, including observational reports of Khoesan immediate-return hunter-gatherers of southern Africa. Bioarchaeological evidence from 446 dated South African Cape Holocene skeletons representing Khoesan ancestors provides an… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpp.2016.01.001


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