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Among the factors which determine the birth and development of the basic elements of a civilization, one of the most important — perhaps the most important because it represents the synthesis of all the others — is race, that is to say, the ensemble of the physical, moral and intellectual qualities which characterize a people. At the moment when the races of mankind first appeared in history, they has in general already acquired fairly stable qualities which could only be transformed very slowly afterwards. The oldest Egyptian bas-reliefs, upon which are found reproduced the diverse peoples which the Pharaohs were in touch with, show us that our present-day large classifications of races may already be applicable to the dawn of history. Human races, or the diverse human species which live on the surface of the globe, took shape over the hundreds of thousands of years that have preceded historical times...

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2017
January 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
36
Pages
PUBLISHER
Editions Le Mono
SIZE
163.6
KB

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