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Each one of these branches eventually evolved into the languages and dialects we know today. - Archaic Indians / Newfoundland - "More than 5,000 years ago, this barren, sea-lashed coast [Labrador & Newfoundland] was home to the Maritime Archaic Indians [MAI], who hunted and fished the coasts of Labrador and Newfoundland for more than 2,000 years.[....]" [Based on: Angel Saenz-Badillos, A History of the Hebrew Language, 2000 edition, p. The first evidence of the Maritime Archaic culture was discovered more than 30 years ago when James A. P., the dead - along with offerings of tools, animal bones, carved animal effigies, and small, white quartz pebbles - were covered in red ochre, earning them the moniker the 'Red Paint People.' Tool kits contained woodworking implements for building dwellings and watercraft; finely wrought bone and ivory fishhooks, harpoons, and harpoon heads, bone foreshafts; and long, narrow ground slate lances for hunting whale and walrus; and fragments of fish spears, all of which pointed to a lifeway dependent on the deep sea."3,000 B. - Maize Cultivation / Mesoamerica - "Evidence of maize cultivation in Mesoamerica." [Based on: Compact History Of The World, edited by Geoffrey Parker, copyright 2003, p.
Astrology was always traditionally regarded very highly in China, and indeed Confucius is said to have treated astrology with respect saying: 'Heaven sends down its good or evil symbols and wise men act accordingly'.
 The 60 year cycle combining the five elements with the twelve animal signs of the zodiac has been documented in China since at least the time of the Shang (Shing or Yin) dynasty (ca 1766BC - CA 1050BC).
Oracles bones have been found dating from that period with the date according to the 60 year cycle inscribed on them, along with the name of the diviner and the topic being divined about. a group of people called Akkadians drifted into the Tigris-Euphrates valley along the northern fringes of Sumeria. In tablets almost 5,000 years old, and others less than 3,000 years old - the 'Noah figure' of Utnapishtim is known variously as Zisudra, Xisuthros or Atrahasis." - Burial sites / Oman - " '[....] An area of 600sqkm has been covered and many new sites have been found that will shed light on Oman and its glorious past,' informs to Biubwa Ali Al Sabri, Director of Excavation and Archaeological Sites at the Ministry of Heritage and Culture. P.] She added that many of the sites found in Sohar are burial sites belonging to the Wadi Souq period (1900- 1100 BC).
[....] The two temples belong to the Cupisnique culture that developed in the region between 30BC.
[....] The Collud and Zarpn temples are from a time of consolidation of high civilisation in northern Peru, whereas the nearby temple of Ventarrn, which last year it was discovered to be 4500 years old, is from a time when the first civilisations were only just beginning to form.One of the most famous astrologers in China was Tsou Yen who lived in around 300 BC, and who wrote: 'When some new dynasty is going to arise, heaven exhibits auspicious signs for the people'. They spoke a language entirely unrelated to Sumerian, one of a group we call 'Semitic' today, because the people who speak it are described, in the Bible, as having been descended from Shem, the oldest son of Noah." *Trivia: "[....] The spread of Akkadian as the language of administration throughout the Near East led to contacts with Indo-European languages and also facilitated the borrowing of hundreds of its lexical items by languages like Hebrew. - Trivia / Cuneiform - "It is estimated that 99 percent of the Babylonian tablets have yet to be dug. 'Also older sites that are as old as 5000 years have been found and a distinctive pattern can be seen within the area that stretches from Liwa to Gyal as Shabol," pointed out the Omani archaeology expert.