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Please help. I need to complete an extensive early civilizations matrix from Prehistory to the time of the Romans, Egyptians, Greeks and Juadeo Christians. Its a little complicated for me and assistance will be greatly appreciated. The task is as follows:

For each civilization (see the list), note the details of key political, socioeconomic, technological, artistic, musical, architectural, philosophical, and literary developments which were evidenced in the humanities. Provide names, titles, dates, brief desriptions of salient impacts.
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Civilzations List:
Prehistoric,Mesopotamian, Ancient Egyptian,Archaic Greek, Aegean, Classical Greek, Hellenistic, Roman, Judaic , early Christian, Byzantium, Islamic

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