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Civilization III

Main article: Literature (Civ3)

Civilization IV

Main article: Literature (Civ4)

Other games

Literature is not present in (or the article has not been created for) the following games :

Game Article
Civilization II Literature (Civ2)
Civilization V Literature (Civ5)
Civilization VI Literature (Civ6)
Civilization: Beyond Earth Literature (CivBE)
Civilization Revolution Literature (CivRev)
Civilization Revolution 2 Literature (CivRev2)
Freeciv Literature (Freeciv)
Civilization: Call to Power Literature (CTP1)
Call to Power II Literature (CTP2)
C-evo Literature (C-evo)
FreeCol Literature (FreeCol)
Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri‎ Literature (SMAC)

Not in the following games

It has been confirmed that Literature is not present in the following games :

Civilization IV: Colonization

Future Technology (CivRev)
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The art of writing as literature, bodies of works written thematically, is at least as old in the western world as Greek culture. Surviving records of Babylonian culture refer to at least two epic tales, which infers that literature as a comprehensive body is much older, but neither survive to this day. The development of a living body of literature became indicative of an advanced culture and are always correlated with advances in science, philosophy, theology, and art. Literature in the western world has survived in the forms that the Greeks and Romans established, but the expense and effort of hand copying texts ensured that only the wealthy had access to literate education. Libraries, which served as storehouses of these bodies of text, also became centers for education and the proliferation of ideas. Unfortunately the loss of many such libraries, such as the Great Library of Alexandria in a civil war in the 3rd century AD, also heralded the loss of many of these irreplaceable texts. It wasn't until the invention of the printing press by Johannes Gutenberg that books were printed rather than transcribed. That single advance in literature opened the field up to those other than monks and the wealthy, birthing a proliferation of literature that spread across the world.