Civilization

In humanities, civilization (TR:107) is []

Overview
The following, see: larger photo (Ѻ), shows the state of human civilization from 8,000BC to 500BC: [1]

Civilization (7000 BC)

Here, we see that, following the rise of humans from ape-like ancestors (6.5 MYA) apes, from the East African Rift Valley (200,000 YA), that the three major civilizations to develop were the Egyptian civilization, around the Nile River, the so-called "fertile crescent" civilization, around the Tigris river, and the Chinese civilization, around the Yellow River.

See also
Rise and fall of civilization

References
1. Haywood, John. (2001). Cassells’ Atlas of World History (§1.3). Barnes & Noble.

External links
Civilization – Wikipedia.

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