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Chapter 2 The Rise of Civilization in the Middle East and Africa chapter summaryChapter 2 The Rise of Civilization in the Middle East and Africa chapter summary
Both civilizations encountered difficulties around 1000 B. C. E. as the rivervalley period ended, but by then they produced offshoots in neighboring regions
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Selected Bibliography on Xiongnu Archaeology and Related SubjectsSelected Bibliography on Xiongnu Archaeology and Related Subjects
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