It took a village

This week Bill the world traveler takes us to eastern Turkey to ponder some mysteries.

How hunter-gatherers could have been persuaded to labor year in and year out without police, or soldiers, or palace functionaries to do the persuading is hard to imagine. Speaking strictly for myself, I would have just gone and hunter-gathered some other place.

 Read the whole thing, and see the remarkable photos, here.

UPDATE, a little later: Busted link fixed.


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