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This paper explains that the history of human kind started with the Paleolithic era, continued through the Neolithic and the emergence of the ancient civilizations of the Middle East and Greece. Human beings of the Paleolithic era, which can be considered the basic period for the evolution of the human kind, the author relates, have several distinguished features that characterize the period. The Neolithic period, which accounts for a considerable improvement of the evolution of man, is often considered a revolution in the history of the human kind. Next, the author discusses the Mesopotamian, Egyptian and the early Greek civilizations.
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