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By Bruno Aguilera-Barchet

The e-book outlines the ancient improvement of Public legislations and the country from precedent days to the trendy day, delivering an account of appropriate occasions in parallel with a basic historic history, setting up and explaining the relationships among political, non secular, and monetary events.

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1 From Nomadic to Sedentary Society: The Neolithic Revolution The first scholars to study the prehistoric era sought to establish a timeline based exclusively on material evidence of human intelligence, specifically in the form of tools found at archeological sites. Thus was established the first classifications of the ages prior to the appearance of writing: The Stone Age and the Metal Age. The first of these was, in turn, divided into the Paleolithic (meaning “old stone”) and the Neolithic (“new stone”), according to the sophistication of the instruments used.

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