Dating human past culturally in ppt


23-Dec-2017 08:23

The inland areas are predominantly plateaus, with the exception of some rugged mountains in the far north.

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This period includes the great early civilizations of the ancient Near East (think Babylonia), ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, the Etruscans, and the Romans—everything that comes after the invention of writing and before the fall of the Roman Empire. They were expert administrators and engineers and they saw themselves as the inheritors of the great civilizations that came before them, particularly, Greece and Egypt (which they conquered).



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