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The basic characteristics of a civilization include population centers, monumental architecture, written language, distinct art styles, division of labor, a system of administering territories and division of social clas... More »

Five of the characteristics of a civilization are literacy, public architecture, public wealth, professions and a social hierarchy. The existence of urban centers, infrastructure and permanent habitations are also consid... More »

Five of the key traits of a civilization are a writing system, public architecture, professions, urban centers and the existence of a class of elites who remain exempt from manual labor. Literacy is an important part of ... More »

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