Weaving

I started over again with early prehistory, because there is a story, or set of stories, that are clamoring for me to write them, and involve beginning at the beginning. At present, I have reached the 30th century BC, and there are three strands to be woven together: Egyptian peoples, North African peoples, and Greek peoples. There are of course more than these, such as Mesopotamian, Anatolian, and Levantine peoples, but I haven’t worked them back to this period. I have identified Egyptian cities and Greek cities as centers of development, although this is probably not balanced, and agrarian society. There are connections to pagan religion, various international governments, government activity, and structure, and economic systems. Although most of these don’t quite have enough detail to be woven together to make a story, there is progress.

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