Who Invented Houses?

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You would probably have to ask the very first human. Human beings have been making dwellings of one type or another since the beginning of time. We would use caves, thatched reeds, sticks, dung, and any other number of things to make dwellings and shelters.
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ok I can't tell you who invented them but I can tell you some secrets of how they work. In general the lowest number is nearest the most major road that joins or the centre of town.
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One of the oldest known house structures, dated to about 10,000 B.C. and made out of mammoth bones, was found near Kiev in Ukraine, though housing structures made of perishable materials were made long before then.
Humans have used types of housing since prehistoric times. The first houses were most likley caves and used only at night. Then we started to use branches, leaves and animal skins to make shelters at different locations. There is no name for inventor. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caveman
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