When was soap invented?

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The earliest known time of soap was from clay in Babylonian clay cylinders dating from 2800 BC and they contained a soap like substance. An actual formula for soap was made in 2200 BC.
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It is said that soap was invented somewhere around 2800 B.C. I know one thing, I commend whoever came up with the idea. Now, to get a few people I have ran across to use this fine
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William Shepphard of New York, NY was granted a patent on 8/22/1865 for his soft soap
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Ipods is a great invention that allows you to listen to the radio, store music, and video's all on one small device. The start of the wonderful ipod was invented on July 24,2000.
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Soap was believed to have been used since 2200 BC in the Babylonian city. But the first soap that we all know is the Ivory soap which was invented in 1879.
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