Air pollution is often viewed as a recent problem associated with the 20th century. However, smokey chimneys, smoke and toxic vapours have in fact been subject of complaints since the Roman times. Early documents from the first and second century in ancient Palestine show clearly that people reacted strongly against sources of air pollution; the Mishnah laws called for a minimal distance from a pollution source to residential areas.
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