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Civilization (or civilisation) is an advanced stage of human social development and organization.
Civilization may also refer to:
- Civilization (1980 board game), by Francis Tresham, one of the inspirations for the 1991 computer game
- Civilization (2002 board game), by Glenn Drover, an adaptation of the computer game Civilization III
- Civilization (2010 board game), by Kevin Wilson, an adaptation of the computer game series, particularly Civilization IV
- Civilization (series), is a series of turn-based strategy, 4X video games, also covering Sid Meier's Colonization and Freeciv
- Civilization (video game), the original computer game created by Sid Meier and published by MicroProse in 1991
- Civilization (album), a 2004 album by Vancouver industrial band Front Line Assembly
- "Civilization" (1947 song), a popular song by Carl Sigman
- "Civilization" (Justice song), a 2011 single released by French electro house band Justice
Film and television
- Civilization (film), a 1916 pacifist allegorical film about a submarine commander who refuses to fire at a civilian ocean liner
- Civilisation (TV series), 1969 documentary series by Kenneth Clark outlining the history of Western society
- "Civilization" (Star Trek: Enterprise), a 2001 first season episode of Star Trek: Enterprise
- Civilization: Is the West History?, 2011 British TV documentary
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