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WHAP * - hunting and gathering was the base of society and life - Eurasia Africa and the Americans - then agricultural revolution happened - then leading to civilization and empires -lead to the global world history - transformation of human life - Eurasia had 85% - Africa was a land mass, not a culture - Africa housed many civilizations - nubia and Egypt were across from each other - cultures influenced each other - military campaigns between them - nubia took over Egypt at one point Continental comparison - super continents - Eurasia was where most of the Population Was Civilizations of Africa Mero : continuing a nite valley civilization - mero? was ruled by powerful monarchs - housed economic specialties

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