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KNOWLEDGE OF WARNING: END OF NEOLITHIC AGE USHERED IN BRONZE AGE?

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KNOWLEDGE OF WARNING: BECAUSE THE END OF THE NEOLITHIC AGE USHERED IN THE BRONZE AGE RIVER VALLEYS EMERGENCE OF CIVILIZATIONT. PUT YOUR CURRENT ULTIMATE ATTENTION HERE. THE ANSWER OF SODOMY GOOGLE BELOW ARE TRUE, BUT ARE 100% CONTRADICTORY TO HOMOSEXUAL TAKROVER OF THE ELOHIM CIVILIZED WORLD,WITH UNCIVILIZED MONOTHEISM CHRISTIANITY: NOW... World History P. 30

(1)    What major historical event led to the emergence of civilizations?

The earliest civilizations developed between 4000 and 3000 BCE, when the rise of agriculture and trade allowed people to have surplus food and economic stability.

(2)     What is the common factor of the emergence of early civilizations around the world?

Although there may be dissimilarities between civilizations, there are 4 common factors that form a basic civilization. They are government, religion, education, and a military power.

(3)   What were the most important contributions of early civilizations

The important contributions made by ancient civilizations are summarized as follows: Assyrians & Mesopotamians - Farming, agriculture and metallurgy. Aztecs - Geometry and astronomy. Egyptians - Ancient architecture, art of writing, medicines and surgery.

(4)    What events happened in AD?

A.D. Time Period

  • 14 A.D. Death of Augustus, the first emperor of the Roman Empire.
  • 18 A.D. Publius Ovidius Naso (Ovid), poet of Heroides, Amores, and Metamorphoses dies.
  • 27 A.D. ...
  • 30 A.D. ...
  • 30 A.D. Crucifixion of Jesus ordered by Pilate.
  • 34 A.D. The disciple Paul makes his first visit to Jerusalem.

Explain the difference between the species-culture separating B.C. Civilization vs. A.D. anno  domini.

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