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What did the people use to exchange their ideas
The beginning of human communication
( using the oral way to communication )
People were speaking for something like 100,000 years before it ever occurred to anyone to scratch down any record of it at all
About 10,000 years ago, hunting and gathering began to be replaced by agriculture. After a period this settled life, around 8,000 years ago farming peoples seem to have invented ways of keeping count of things that went a step beyond tying knots in a rope. By around 4500 B.C., people in Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq) were making large numbers of clay tokens marked with lines and dots. One token for each category of things the clay tokens that had been used for many centuries. Egyptian hieroglyphic writing, which even more obviously consists of little pictures, seems to have evolved at the same time, about 3000 BC
And that was slowly evolved into the writing systems we are familiar with
We are unable to imagine a society without writing
Means of human communication through time.
As long ago as 25,000-30,000 years B.C. first humans painted descriptive pictures on cave walls. The narrative compositions left on the walls of Lascaux represented their own way of communicating with the spiritual world and another. The well-preserved drawing depicted their deep religious beliefs, fears, and every day life. The pictorial type found in caves of Southern France and Spain is the beginning of written communication for the human kind.
Interesting video series. Is it JW?
The German Higher Critics were professors, scholars and priests of the Holy Roman Catholic order, who took it as a solemn duty to rip the ancient world apart and put it back together again in a way that would elevate the papacy's view of the biblical cannon above everything else -- bar none.
The Andronovo culture, or Sintashta-Petrovka culture is actually a collection of similar local Bronze Age cultures that flourished ca. 2300–1000 BCE in western Siberia and the west Asiatic steppe
(see link for map I could not post it)
Map of the approximate maximal extent of the Andronovo culture. The formative Sintashta-Petrovka culture is shown in darker red. The location of the earliest spoke-wheeled chariot finds is indicated in purple. Adjacent and overlapping cultures (Afanasevo culture, Srubna culture, BMAC) are shown in green.
Historical distribution in 100 BC: shown is Sarmatia, Scythia, Bactria and the Parthian Empire.
The Indo-Iranian languages are thought to have originated in Central Asia. The Andronovo culture
Originally posted by masonicon
Sorry! the Islamic Allah that I worship is Different from Zeus because Allah is Far from temperamental and Unlike the gods that worshipped by Pagans Allah is Completely Immortal while Alien Gods that Worshipped by Pagans Like Sumerians, Egyptians, and Greeks are little or no more than Mortal beings simply because they can die while Allah are Simply Can't die