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Israel's Archeology is Very Strong. They keep digging....

Thousands of pieces of tools, jewelry, figurines, seeds and other objects have been found at the site of a huge 9,000-year-old settlement from the Neolithic period uncovered in Israel......... [bbc.com]

World's 10 Oldest Civilizations as of Yesterday

  1. Mesopotamia was the first civilization to emerge in human history. ...

  2. Ancient Egypt civilization took place between 3100 BC and 2686 BC. ...

  3. The Roman civilization dates back to the 6th Century BC. ...

  4. Norte Chico. ...

  5. Mayan. ...

  6. Aztecs. ...

  7. Indus Valley Civilzation. ...

  8. Jiahu.

  9. Aboriginal Australians

  10. Inca

[worldatlas.com]

St-Sinner 8 July 16

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I'm really interested in the recent claims that civilisation goes back further than we are taught. I first came across it in Graham Hancock's YT videos about a civilisation destroyed by flood around 12,000 BC. I'm reading Harari's Sapiens right now and he also claims that civilisation began with foraging tribes rather than agrarian communities. That seems counter-intuitive but I'm always curious to hear more about this distant past.

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