Ann Gibbons / Science
The discovery of a woman buried 9,000 years ago in the Andes Mountains with weapons and hunting tools challenges the long-held notion that prehistoric men hunted while women gathered. An analysis of other burial sites in the Americas also challenges this widely accepted division of labor in hunter-gatherer society.
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