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Invented Ba Gua, a base 2 system that has been used in a variety of different things, including fortune telling. Fu Xis wife Nu Huo was famous for the legendary story of "mending the sky". Fu Xi was also known for teaching Chinese music, painting, fishing with nets, the domestication of animals, and the feeding of silkworms for silk.
First Egyptian Dynasty (3,100 B.C.)- first use of bricks for building cities.
Europe- invention of weaving, villages built of stone.
America- Mayan civilization, and villages and towns on coast of Peru.
As the father of agriculture, Shen Nong invented the wooden ploughs.
He was also the inventor of Chinese herbal medicine and tea.
He also introduced the concept of markets and trade.
Sui Ren Shi
(2,737 2,697 B.C.)
The inventor of cooking to prevent disease of eating raw food.
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