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The fact that hunter-gathering, provided enough edible flora and fauna are available, can sustain a complex civilization provides supporting evidence to theories that, prior to the neolithic revolution, paleolithic hunters were inventing proto-writing around 11,000 BC, an endeavor that would not be resumed until around 6000 BC in southeastern Europe. It may surprise some to find out that hunting provided more food than early agriculture but climate change and rising populations made hunting and gathering impractical.