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An Ancient African Egalitarian Civilization

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Jerome will present research tracing the long duration and resilience of a Central African hunter-gatherer 'civilisation'. This civilisation cannot be traced through archaeological evidence, but rather by combining genetic, ethnographic and ethnomusicological studies. These suggest a structural form or style that endures across different 'Pygmy' societies today despite genetic and other differences, such as speaking different languages.


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