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Toys Are Us! Childhood Objects May Have Shaped Human History

Richard Bradbury | Jeff Sandhu | Christine Wong

27-Dec-18 12:15

Toys Are Us! Childhood Objects May Have Shaped Human History

What is the wheel, weaving and projectile weapons all came from a children’s mind in prehistoric days? While the adults were out ensuring the group’s survival, could have our human history with innovation started with toys? That’s the idea behind one archaeologist in Denmark who believes toys are really us.


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