The first city the first cities which fit both chandlers and wirths definitions of a city and also the early work of the archaeologist childe developed in the region known as mesopotamia between 4500 and 3100 bce the city of uruk today considered the oldest in the world was first settled in c 4500 bce and walled cities for defence were common by 2900 bce throughout the region. San francisco on tuesday became the first city in the united states to ban the use of facial recognition software by city agencies and the police dealing a swift symbolic blow to a key technology . The first city also known as the city of enoch among other names is recognized by noddist scholars to be the first city of cainite mythology as documented by the book of nod what we know of the first city comes from a tiny selection of tablet fragments vase shards and carved monuments. By around 3200 bc the largest settlement in southern mesopotamia if not the world was uruk a true city dominated by monumental mud brick buildings decorated with mosaics of painted clay cones embedded in the walls and extraordinary works of art
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