When First Farmers Arrived in Europe, Inequality Evolved

When First Farmers Arrived in Europe, Inequality Evolved
(AP Photo/Martin Meissner)

Eight thousand years ago small bands of seminomadic hunter-gatherers were the only human beings roaming Europe's lush, green forests. Archaeological digs in caves and elsewhere have turned up evidence of their Mesolithic technology: flint-tipped tools with which they fished, hunted deer and aurochs (a now extinct species of ox), and gathered wild plants.

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