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Françoise Mouly is a Paris-born New York-based designer, editor, and publisher. She married the cartoonist responsible for Maus, Art Spiegleman; the couple had two children. The least compatible signs with Scorpio are generally considered to be Leo and Aquarius. Like many celebrities and famous people, Francoise keeps her personal and love life private.
She is best known as co-founder, co-editor, and publisher of the comics and graphics magazine Raw (19801991), as the publisher of Raw Books and Toon Books, and since 1993 as the art editor of The New Yorker. Check back often as we will continue to update this page with new relationship details.
The next animals to be domesticated were those associated with the development of agriculture: sheep in southwest Asia (11,000-9000 BCE); goats in Iran (11,000-8000 BCE); pigs in the Near East, China and Germany (9000-7000 BCE); cats in Cyprus and the Near East (8500-7500 BCE); cattle in India, the Middle East and North Africa (8000-7000 BCE); chickens in India and southeast Asia (6000 BCE); horses in the Eurasian steppes (4000-3000 BCE); llamas and alpacas in South America (3000 BCE); asses (3000 BCE); silk moths (3000 BCE); elephants in India (2000 BCE); red jungle fowl in India and Asia (2000 BCE); camels in Arabia (1500 BCE); and rabbits in Ancient Rome (100 BCE).
11,000 BCE AGRICULTURE & DOMESTICATION OF PLANTS After humans spent many millennia as hunter-gatherers, they developed agriculture by humans gradually, at different times in different places.
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As with inventions, the discovery is often one link in a chain of scientific work that extends before and after the discovery in time, or is a collaboration (sometimes rivalry) among multiple discoverers.
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Evidence of humans exerting some control over wild grain is found in Israel in 20,000 BCE.
There is evidence of planned cultivation and trait selection of rye at a Syrian site dating to 11,000 BCE.
Archaeologists in the Czech Republic found a dog buried with a mammoth bone in its mouth that dates to 25,000-24,000 BCE.
Joint burials of humans and their dogs have been found in Germany, dating to 15,000-14,000 BCE and Israel, from 12,000 BCE.