God began His greatest work of creation. When God said, "Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, over all the earth, and over all the creatures that move along the ground"(Genesis 1:26).
As with the story of Adam and Eve in the Hebrew Bible, their goal was to define the moral principles that people thought should govern their dealing with the supernatural world, with each other, and with the rest of nature (Bulliet, “et al.” p.5). Evidences began to accumulate that human being had quite different origins somewhere in the nineteenth century. How can anyone believe in evolution, how could they think that it was possible for humanity to exist after being evolved from apes? To believe that this statement is true is to also believe that God was an ape too if we were created in his image.
Evidences has also point out discoveries found of humans living in other part of the continents by their paintings and engravings on stone from thousands of years early. Migrations from Africa early humans first expanded their range in eastern and southern Africa. They ventured out of Africa. This also points out that this new species displaced older human populations, such as the Neanderthals in Europe, and penetrated for the first time into the Americas, Australia, and the Arctic. People would have been able to cross a land bridge from northeastern Asia in to North America, perhaps beginning around 18,000 B.C.E. some scholar date it earlier or later (Bulliet, “et al” p.9).
It is believe that some early colonizer of the Americas may also have come by boat along the Pacific coast. Some of these early colonizers of the Americas have migrated southward, penetrating southern South America by 10,500 B.C.E. allowing human to travel by boat from Java about 46,000 yeas ago. Being a single landmass both New Guinea and Australia allowed other to cross the land bridge that exists between the Asian mainland and Japan.
Being referred to as the Pre-Columbian era or the time preceding Christopher Columbus’ voyages of 1492, the Ancient Americas were a vas and complex patchwork of Indian Tribes, confederacies, and nomadic hunters that thrived long before European civilizations discovered the new world.
Medieval is literally the middle age because it comes between the era of Greco-Roman civilization and the intellectual, artistic, and economic changes of the renaissance in the fourteenth century, medieval culture that are as rich and creative as those that came earlier and later. Between 600 -1000 the period of Early Medieval Europe. A new threat to western appeared in 793, when the Viking, sea raider from Scandinavia, attacked and plundered a monastery of the English coast, the first of hundreds of such raids. Local sources from France, the British Isles, and Muslim Spain attest to widespread dread raids (Bulliet, “et al” p.261). These Viking were also shipbuilders they...