What is the world’s oldest civilization?

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What is the world’s oldest civilization?

Sumerian civilization

Q. What ancient civilization lived in the Andes?

Chavín Civilization

Q. Which ancient civilization was located in the Andes Mountains of South America?

the Incan Empire

The Maya were native people of Mexico and Central America, while Aztec covered most of northern Mesoamerica between c. 1345 and 1521 CE, whereas Inca flourished in ancient Peru between c. 1400 and 1533 CE and extended across western South America. … The Maya used two calendars.

Q. Who was first in North America?

In Brief. For decades archaeologists thought the first Americans were the Clovis people, who were said to have reached the New World some 13,000 years ago from northern Asia. But fresh archaeological finds have established that humans reached the Americas thousands of years before that.

Q. Which American civilization was the most advanced?

Maya

Q. How many times has civilization collapsed?

NASA-funded study: Over 32 advanced civilizations have collapsed before us, and we’re next in line.

Q. How old is the first human civilization?

about 6,000 years

Q. What are the four major civilizations?

Only four ancient civilizationsMesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus valley, and China—provided the basis for continuous cultural developments in the same location.

Q. Who made the first civilization?

Civilizations first appeared in Mesopotamia (what is now Iraq) and later in Egypt. Civilizations thrived in the Indus Valley by about 2500 BCE, in China by about 1500 BCE and in Central America (what is now Mexico) by about 1200 BCE. Civilizations ultimately developed on every continent except Antarctica.

Q. Which period is the longest period of human civilization?

Old Stone Age

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