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What would remain of human constructs after ~3000 years?

It depends. In naturally dry areas, your structures might survive for millenia. If you have a area, that is naturally poor regarding moisture and rain, you can keep mumies and structures for long time....
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What would remain of human constructs after ~3000 years?

The Pyramids lasted 5000. The Parthanon 2,500 Contemporary structures, 100 years average. The dead sea scrolls lasted because they were stored in a dry salt cave. Stone, lime mortar, clay fired bricks ...
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