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50,999 BC-10,001 BC:

Textiles are a booming industry; many prehistoric civilizations possibly develop over millennia on dry lands which afterwards are drowned or washed away by rising sea levels and glacial flooding; growing populations and scarcer food force agriculture and fixed settlements onto people who were previously nomads; geography heavily shapes the development of human civilization

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