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Easter Island not victim of 'ecocide', analysis of remains shows | Popular Archaeology - exploring the past

13.7.17

Easter Island not victim of 'ecocide', analysis of remains shows | Popular Archaeology - exploring the past: "The Rapa Nui people were, not surprisingly, smart about how they used their resources," he said. "And all the misunderstanding comes from our preconceptions about what subsistence should look like, basically European farmers thinking, 'Well, what should a farm look like?' And it didn't look like what they thought, so they assumed something bad had happened, when in fact it was a perfectly smart thing to do. It continues to support the new narrative that we've been finding for the past ten years."


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