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World Civilizations: v. 1 (College). Written by. Frank Roy Willis. Manufacturer: Houghton Mifflin (Academic) Release date: 1 January 1986 ISBN-10 : 0669093599 ISBN-13: 9780669093599.
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A cradle of civilization is a location where civilization is understood to have emerged. Current thinking is that there was no single "cradle", but several civilizations that developed independently, with the Fertile Crescent (Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia), Ancient India, and Ancient China understood to be the earliest. The extent to which there was significant influence between the early civilizations of the Near East and those of East Asia (Far East) is disputed.
is Honorary Fellow in Social Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh. This is a college level text book with good illustrations and broad coverage. I like the organization by theme and geographic regions, and appreciate the attempt to draw parallels when appropriate.