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From whistling arrows and trumpeting elephants to battle cries and eerie horns, ancient soldiers used sound to frighten and confuse their enemies

By Adrienne Mayor, Research Scholar, Classics and History and Philosophy of Science, Stanford University
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Since antiquity people have harnessed sound as a weapon, and the practice continues – in new high-tech ways – today.The Conversation

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