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§North Africa

Beginning of the desertification of North Africa, which ultimately lead to the creation of the Sahara desert. It's possible this process pushed some natives into migrating to the region of the Nile in the east, thereby laying the groundwork for the rise of Egyptian civilization.

§Eastern North America

c. 5600 BC: The Red Paint People become established in the region from present-day Labrador to New York state.



The oldest finds related to the Swifterbant culture, Autochthonous hunter-gatherers, dated to circa 5600 BC, cannot be distinguished from the Ertebølle culture, normally associated with Northern Germany and Southern Scandinavia.

§Black Sea

Favored date of the Black Sea deluge hypothesis.


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