Prehistoric medicine refers to medicine before humans were to read and write. It covers a vast period, which varies according to regions and cultures. Anthropologists, people who study the history of humanity, can only make calculated guesses at what prehistoric medicine was like by collecting and studying human remains and artifacts.
Related Journals for Prehistoric medicine
American Anthropologist, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, American Journal of Human Biology, Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, Critique of Anthropology