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Ancient Civilizations
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    Brian Boyd
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All dates are approximate subject to revision based on new discoveries or analyses. See Timeline of human evolution, Timeline of natural history for earlier evolutionary history.

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28,000–20,000 BP – Gravettian period in Europe. Harpoons, needles, and saws invented. c. 8,000 BC, 7000 BCE – In northern Mesopotamia, now northern Iraq, cultivation of barley and wheat begins. 26,500 BP – Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). At first they are used for beer, gruel, and soup, eventually for bread. In early agriculture at this time the planting stick is used, but it is replaced by a primitive plow in subsequent centuries

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In archaeology today, Brian Fagan is among the very best writers who are able to clearly and effectively communicate with the general public. This excellent book is no exception. Jeremy A. Sabloff, author of Archaeology Matters. Brain Fagan is a masterful storyteller. In this history of, he captures the personality of archaeology though the principal voices of those who have directed its course for well over two centuries. He is an internationally recognized authority on global prehistory and the author of dozens of books on archaeological topics, including Fishing: How the Sea Fed Civilization.

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more than 10 000 years. Social Zooarchaeology: Humans and Animals in Prehistory. probably arrived in Finland later in prehistory, especially with the spread of the Comb Ware (c. 7000–5000 calBP), Corded Ware (c 5000 calBP). This is the first book to provide a systematic overview of social zooarchaeology, which takes a holistic view of human–animal relations in the past.

From 300,000 years ago, most of the different human species lived in small hunter-gatherer societies. also in terms of the other animals in existence.

Charting the diverse changes over millennia that culminated in the emergence of the world's first agricultural communities, this study questions current assumptions about the nature of the relationship between people, their animals and their technologies. Brian Boyd criticizes the prevailing technological emphasis in the study of agriculture and offers a new view of the invention and use of cultural products.