Perhaps the most famous statement about the Indus civilization is the opening paragraph of an article in the Illustrated London News published in 1924 by John Marshall, director general of the Archaeological Survey of India.
The Minoans, considered the first advanced civilization in Bronze Age Europe, left behind massive building complexes, stunning artwork and hieroglyphs—but few clues about their origins. Archaeologists suggest that they must have been used for storing water and food.
Stele depicting a military wagon from France. Roman Civilization. Donkeys and other animals were main type of transportation for wars.
One of the most interesting aspects of ancient Egypt is its religion. The depth of Egyptian thinking and the rich imagination displayed in the creation of ideas and images of the gods and goddesses artwork. Religion is also thought to be the beginning of civilization.