Western civilization never developed in isolation.
Less than 1 percent of the time that humans have lived on the earth has been recorded.
The story of the In 2500 B.C.E., where a Sumerian schoolboy wrote an essay on the development of Western civilization, must explore his struggles to learn reading and writing.
He claimed in his essay that he practiced these skills in Africa.
He had a diffi cult time in school the next day.
Hundreds of thousands of years ago, Human beings appeared in sub-Saharan Africa for their tardiness and other offenses.
Poor handwriting by archaeologists.
The boy invited the remains of the early humans into the schoolmaster's home to eat.
The father gave the various species and subspecies, most of which were teacher gifts, and the boy began having fewer evolutionary dead ends.
The narrative is from 4,500 years ago and is remarkable for its timeless themes.
Some students, schools, and concerned parents are from 40,000 years ago, when these earliest ancestors appeared.
The roots of what we have hand, including wood and bone, can be found in the village of this.
The tools were made of stone.
A series of cultures that slowly evolved and spread to crafted stones are ideal for impact societies all over the world.
The Middle East was where our ancestors began to live off the land as hunters and gatherers.
Small bands of domestication native to the region were involved in this nomadic life.
The large people who moved to follow the cities came with the division of labor and social animals and the cycles of plant growth.
A culture of relationships other than family.
Anything extra is not a burden.
Estimates suggest that working four hours a day would generate enough food for a group.
The ancient hunters and gatherers faced famine if they ran out of resources.
Our earliest human ancestors were able to use symbols to represent both reality and hopes and fears.
The earliest humans created and appreciated art.
The oldest piece of sculpture in the world is between 35,000 and 40,000 years old, and it shows that art is one of the defi ning characteristics of humans.
It was probably a magic talisman for fertility, showing a pregnant woman.
It was most likely intended to bring back precious bloodstone that could be used in childbirth.
This is a small strik that can be used into strong tools.
The spread of this bloodstone from the dawn of human history marks the widely across northern Europe through trade with the beginning of symbolic thought expressed in sculpture, original sailors.
Writing became established as painting.
People return to the European continent at certain times of the year.
These paintings are similar to the famous.
Although most of the movement of peoples and their goods shows that stones were erected about 3000 B.C.E., it is believed that the first stages of the monument were built in about 7000 B.C.E.
It consists of about 160 massive rocks and some human societies.
Many of them had only stone tools.
Other clans believe that the stones were carefully aligned to show and trade goods and stories.
Evidence shows that shells and stone amazing structure shows a long tradition of tools being traded far away from their origi studying the heavens and humans' impressive curios nal sites.
The Stone Age people lived in ity.
Human society changed dramatically after people learned how to plant crops.
People began to domesticate animals instead of hunting them, just as they discovered how to control crops.
Some people lived off their herds as they traveled around the Middle East looking for pasturage.
Others kept their herds near villages.
Farming and animal domesticationfostered larger populations than hunting and gathering cultures.
The main distances show early human technical skill.
The Middle East was able to observe the heavens thanks to the knowledge gained from many years.
Humans only eat a few societies that were able to marshal the labor needed thousand.
Only a few hundred have been used for complex building projects.
Some of the characteristics that would mark Western would be found in the early Europeans, who are made up of about a dozen species.
The Middle East civilization, which was home to the highest number of the world's prized highly developed political structure, lacked a critical component: writing.
Although wisdom is transmitted solely through memory contrast, people who are domesticated can be impressive, but it is also fragile, and thus engineer local crops in other regions did not enjoy the same ing skills and astronomical knowledge of the earliest abundance.
Europeans were lost.
The Middle East had the same advan lization when it came to animals for domestication.
Around 10,000 B.C.E., people living in what Asia and the Middle East learned how to plant andculti.
The people of the Middle East created their own resources with these grains.
Diets were new and desperate.
People on a grain-based diet need salt.
The locations of the rivers gave the Mediterranean Sea and Egypt.
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Farmers began to use salt in this way.
They serve slaughtered animals.
The Neolithic peoples revolution pushed warfare to a larger scale.
Salt remained valuable until modern times, when abun rewards for the winners, when long-distance trade for this commodity was more popular.
The rise of agriculture allowed some small kin Settlements to arise throughout the Neolithic in groups to stop wandering and slowly settle in Europe and Asia Minor.
It was an earlier site, dating from and more sophisticated cities, and served the details of the development of even larger near Jerusalem.
There were over 2,000 people who lived in round huts.
Between 3000 and 1000 B.C.E., people began to make money in the salt trade, and the wall may have been built to protect the salt supply.
Human social called the cradle or birthplace of forms expanded from small kin groups to include Western civilization with the growth of cities like these.
The schoolboy who we met earlier had to make a point of introducing his teacher to his father's plants and animals because of his lucky possession.
This effort would not have been done in the central location because it was at a crossroads of small hunting clans of the Paleolithic.
A major change in values was caused by the ancient Agriculture.
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