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The Evolution of Advertising: From Stone Carving to the Old Spice Guy by Zoe Fox.

2000 BC
The Egyptians invent outdoor advertising, carving public notices in steel.

A stele ( /ˈstiːliː/, historically /ˈstiːl/; Greek: στήλη stēlē; plural: στήλες stēlēz),[1][2] also stela (plural stelae /ˈstiːlaɪ/) Latin,[2] is a stone or wooden slab, generally taller than it is wide, erected for funerals or commemorative purposes, most usually decorated with the names and titles of the deceased or living — inscribed, carved in relief (bas-relief, sunken-relief, high-relief, and so forth), or painted onto the slab. It can also be used as a territorial marker to delineate land ownership.

The birth of the automobile fuels the rise of billboard ads in the U.S.

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