A Wiki list of impact craters less than 10,000 years old.
Then we have the Burckle Crater in the Indian Ocean that appears to have impacted during or right before the rise of Sumeria, when the known written history begins:
And the big one in the “news” lately, is the newly discovered impact crater in Greenland, which may very well be the cause of the Younger Dryas Period, and the subsequent extincion of most North American mega-fauna.
Now, we can compare the ages and yield of these impact craters and compare them to the oxygen isotopes in Greenland:
The impact of a one-mile-wide comet on Earth would create a blast yield dozens of times more powerful than the world’s combined nuclear arsenals.
Did civilization start 10,000 - 12,000 years ago, or did civilization reboot?
Did written history begin 5,000 years ago, or did it restart?