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HOW HUMANS EVOLVED TO HURT EACH OTHER A MASSIVE NEW STUDY DETAILS WHEN AND WHERE WE BEAT THE CRAP OUT OF EACH OTHER

HOW HUMANS EVOLVED TO HURT EACH OTHER A MASSIVE NEW STUDY DETAILS WHEN AND WHERE WE BEAT THE CRAP OUT OF EACH OTHER

Tapestry with Dragons and Flowers 11th–12th century Eastern Central Asia Silk tapestry 21 x 13 in. (53.3 x 33 cm) The decorative style of this silk tapestry is typical of Central Asia, where motifs enjoyed great longevity and creative recombination. The form of the dragon, with its long snout and its tail hooked behind its leg, represents a Tang-dynasty convention

Tapestry with Dragons and Flowers 11th–12th century Eastern Central Asia Silk tapestry 21 x 13 in. (53.3 x 33 cm) The decorative style of this silk tapestry is typical of Central Asia, where motifs enjoyed great longevity and creative recombination. The form of the dragon, with its long snout and its tail hooked behind its leg, represents a Tang-dynasty convention

A painting of traditional Mongolian life in one of the buildings of the 18th century home of the Tsetsen Khaan, a Mongol prince who governed most of eastern Mongolia during the Manchu reign; it is now the Ethnography Museum of Öndörkhaan.

A painting of traditional Mongolian life in one of the buildings of the 18th century home of the Tsetsen Khaan, a Mongol prince who governed most of eastern Mongolia during the Manchu reign; it is now the Ethnography Museum of Öndörkhaan.

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