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In an interview for the BBC Home Service Wells stated that: the eminent Belgian physician Paul Janssens gave the work a glowing review, calling it a work of great value to archaeologists, medical doctors and the general reader.The only exception to the largely enthusiastic response to saw the author as ‘underestimating the reading ability and intelligence of people most likely to read such books’.Migration by an Indo-European people was first hypothesized in the late 18th century, following the discovery of the Indo-European language family, when similarities between western and Indian languages had been noted.Given these similarities, a single source or origin was proposed, which was diffused by migrations from some original homeland.The proto-Indo-Iranians then migrated southwards to the Bactria-Margiana Culture, from which they borrowed their distinctive religious beliefs and practices.

In addition to selling sufficiently well to merit a second print, the book was translated into numerous and has the remarkable honour of being the only general work on palaeopathology in the Portuguese language.These writings include unpublished work on palaeopathology as well as vast array of other subjects, including anthropology, history medicine, art history, and more.By unlocking the archive material we hope to give researchers the ability to reassess Calvin Wells’ ‘strange and scholarly’ life and work.The second major criticism, possibly the sharpest blow to the self-confessed pedant Wells, was that the book suffered from vague and inaccurate referencing.Overall, Brothwell felt the book fell ‘below par’ of the usual standard featured in the ‘Ancient People and Places’ series.

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