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Who Invented the First Drum?

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Drums first appeared as far back as 6000 BC. Mesopotamian excavations realised small cylindrical drums dated 3000 BC. Several wall markings which were found in caves in Peru show drums used in various aspects of societal life. It is believed that drums were invented by Africans as a way of life.
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The inventor of the first drum dates back to 3000 B.C. making it nearly impossible to figure out who was the exact creator of it. It dates back to Latin America and Africa.
You will never get a correct answer for who invented the drum. The drum was once used to drum on to call in members of a tribe.Drums first appeared as far back as 6000 BC.
Drums date all the way back to 6,000 B.C. The first findings of drum were found by the Mesopotamians who are an extinct people. They used drums for civil reasons such as communication with one another.
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