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Title: The human fabric in antiquity and other facets
Authors: Boffa, Charles J.
Keywords: Mediterranean Region -- Antiquities
Mediterranean Region -- Civilization
Medicine -- History
Issue Date: 2006-06
Publisher: Malta College of Family Doctors
Citation: Boffa, C. J. (2006). The human fabric in antiquity and other facets. Maltese Family Doctor, 15(1), 23-30.
Abstract: Fossil evidence indicates that the genus Homo probably originated from crude ancestors in East Africa, perhaps around two million years ago. These early Men very gradually spread, including northwards until eventually in due course they reached the shores of the Mediterranean. Some very ancient human remains were found in Algeria. It was probably the success of simple tools in antiquity that started the trend of development, besides other factors and very gradually led to the civilizations that developed much later.
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