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"The Agricultural Revolution, beginning around 10,000 years ago, transformed human societies from hunter-gatherers to settled agriculturalists, drastically changing lifestyles and social structures."

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Explore the epic journey of Homo sapiens in "Sapiens," as Yuval Noah Harari unveils how cognitive leaps, agriculture, and revolutions shaped our world.

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