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Whos History Is It From the beginning of time African history and creation has been astonished and marveled many people For many years it has been wondered where it all came from Why is there so much rich history in Africa and why is much of it seen in our US culture There are tons of facts to date the first people in Africa and where the term Africa comes from But what intrigues many is how it all started Africa comes from the Latin term Aprica which means sunny This name was developed far after the first human creatures on this land were there The first humans on this earth were found in Africa It was discovered under the name Lucy Australopithecus This dates back to 35-4 billion years ago The first step pyramids were also developed in Africa by Imhotep This was the beginning of a long line of creation and firsts for Africa In 1500 BC an period in Africa New Kingdom developed In this period it is believed that Akhenoton developed the first monotheistic principles Once again the question arises to where it all began What started the world for the Africans In our book the creation stories all have one Supreme Being and many other figures of importance to their societies These monotheistic views are ones believed by most African cultures Even though it has not been concluded to which story or groups of stories are right it is very interesting to learn where so many of the worlds great attributes come from For example the creation of numbers which we learned about in class was very interesting to the true depth of the numeral It gives a more clear and interesting meaning as to why certain numbers are used for certain things and also why certain numbers are considered taboo Like the number 13 or 666 Another interesting phenomenon found in the stories was that
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