Who Invented the First Pair of Shoes?

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The first pair of shoes were invented approximately 4000 B.C. in ancient Egypt worn by people known as murals. Other people who wore shoes in the past were Romans in 200 B.C., and the Saxons in 1,000 B.C.
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