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One might wonder why the ancient Egyptians would have even needed ox-drawn plows when the majority of the Egyptian nation consists of deserts. Our main strength is the personalized service, where we are working together with our clients from the start to the finish, and we ensure the unchanged personnel attendance at all time during the life of the project. E. various Sumerian cities dominated Mesopotamia. Pythagoras, Archimedes, Socrates, Euclid, Plato, Aristotle, Alexander the great… the history books are full of such names whose inventions, theories, beliefs and heroics have had a significant influence in the subsequent civilizations that came.

Pages: 120

Publisher: Stationery Office; First Edition edition (October 1990)

ISBN: 0112500404

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