Who was the First Person to Make Perfume?

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The first person to make perfume can not be pinned down to one person. using scented oils and flowers can be tracked down to the beginning of time and only has been developed for longer shelf life and the adding of alcohols and other scents.
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perfume or perfumery began in ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt was developed further refined by the Romans and Arabs.
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Arabians were the first people to make perfume over 1,300 years ago. This was done by using rose petals to make rose water. However, long before this invention people were using different types of wood, leaves, and gums to create nice smells.
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