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\This series explores the history of European peoples, with the first book focusing on ancient history.
To understand the evolution of Europeans, we must go back to the end of the Paleolithic Age. In all probability, from 40,000 BC onward, there was a slow migration from the South across the Middle East, which continued during the Paleolithic Age, and all human languages stem from three principal branches: African, Indo-European, and Chinese.
The author shares a detailed account on the origins of Europeans and shares interesting facts that anyone who enjoys history will find valuable.
He also examines the twelve tribes of Israel from the very beginning of their history, the causes of various migrations, the affect sailing technology had on the world, and the role that religion played in the development of leagues, tribes, and cities.
Delve into the fascinating history of the origins of the European peoples and explore the development of various nations, including their linguistic and physical characteristics, with this well-researched book.