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  1. Etimológicamente, la palabra «civilización» deriva indirectamente del latín civitas ( ciudad) que entronca con civitio o sentimiento comunitario 16 y de civis ( ciudadano) a través de civil y civilizar.

  2. 1991: Designed by Sid Meier and Bruce Shelley, the original Civilization is widely considered one of the most influential turn-based strategy games ever made. Civilization launched with many innovative features and a sweeping strategic framework that persist in the series to this day. LEARN MORE.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › CivilizationCivilization - Wikipedia

    A civilization (British English: civilisation) is any complex society characterized by the development of the state, social stratification, urbanization, and symbolic systems of communication beyond signed or spoken languages (namely, writing systems and graphic arts).

  4. Civilization VI is the newest installment in the award winning Civilization Franchise. Expand your empire, advance your culture and go head-to-head against history’s greatest leaders.

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  5. 16 de ago. de 2022 · Civilization (from the Latin civis =citizen and civitas = city) is a term applied to any society which has developed a writing system, government, production of surplus food, division of labor, and urbanization. The term is difficult to define because not all 'civilizations' include every one of the above facets.

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  6. human society with its well developed social organizations, or the culture and way of life of a society or country at a particular period in time: Some people think that nuclear war would mean the end of civilization. Cuzco was the centre of one of the world's most famous civilizations, that of the Incas.

  7. 6 de mar. de 2024 · noun. location recognized by the United Nations as important to the cultural or natural heritage of humanity. Civilization describes a complex way of life characterized by urban areas, shared methods of communication, administrative infrastructure, and division of labor.

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