The first man is believed to have been created by gods or gods in the creation mythologies of different religions and nations. According to the theory of evolution, human evolution is the result of a process that takes millions of years and consists of small changes, and there is not a single creature that could be called the first human.
Abrahamic religions, also known as Abrahamic religions, are a group of Semitic religions, starting from Judaism, founded by the ancient Israelites, descendants of Abraham. Abrahamic religions are monotheism-based religions named after the ancestor Abraham. All three Abrahamic religions link their origins to both sons of Abraham. For Jews and Christians, his youngest son Ishak (Yishak) is important, and for Muslims, his eldest son Ismail (Yismael) is important.
Australian Indians or Australian Aborigines is the name given to the Australian Indians. Aborigines came to Australia from Southeast Asia. They lived in motion along the borders of a nomadic life. They used spears and boomerangs while hunting, and canoes for fishing, collecting fruits and vegetables. Although they do not have a written language, a lot of information was passed by mouth through songs.
Ancient Greece is the name of the region where the states and civilizations established by the societies living in the lands of today’s Greece and Asia Minor (Anatolia) ruled between 756 BC (Archaic period) and 146 BC (Roman occupation).
The Greek city-states established by the Greek tribes who migrated to the Balkans are the places where the first foundations of democracy were laid. Major cities such as Athens, Sparta, Thebes and Naxos, where great philosophers such as Aeschylum, Aristophanes, Euripides, Sophocles, Aristo, Plato, Socrates, Herodot and Xenophon were raised, fought for supremacy with each other and with the Persians, one of the most important powers of that period.
Hinduism (सनातन धर्म; also known as Sanātana Dharma – सनातन धर्म, and Vaidika-Dharma – वैदिक धर्म) is the collection of a very comprehensive belief and philosophy of life. It is particularly common in India, Nepal and Bangladesh. Today, almost all followers of the Hinduism faith, which ranks third after Christianity and Islam with approximately 900 million followers, are in and around India. Hinduism does not have anything in common with monotheistic religions, and different paths such as Buddhism and Zen Buddhism have emerged from it.
Its origin, as it gets its name, is based on India. People who belong to this religion are called Hindus. Hindus adopt their beliefs as a way of life and way. The oldest classical texts of Hinduism are the Vedas.
Indians or Native Americans Common unifying name used for all Native Americans except Siberian Eskimo – Aleut peoples. Linguistics are grouped into two main groups that are not related to each other: Na-Dene languages of Siberian origin and Amerind languages, which include all Native American languages except Na-Dene languages.
The name Alaskan Indians is used collectively to describe the Eskimo-Aleut peoples and Indians living in Alaska. Native Americans, American Indians or Indians for short in other states of the USA
Canadian Indians The name Aboriginal peoples is used collectively to describe the Inuit, First Nations and Métis living in Canada.
Most matrilineal and hunter and gatherers, some of them Mesoamerican Indians such as Olmecs and Mayans, South American Indians such as maize, queches and Aymaras are peoples who cultivated potatoes even before the discovery.
In North America, Indians legally congregate in restrictive private settlements with certain borders, and these places are called Indian reservations in the United States and Indian reserves in Canada.
How the Indians should be named is still a matter of debate.
The Turkish Native American name is a translation of the English name Redskin red skin and is also used in Persian (سرخپوست surḫ-post) among world languages. The English definition of Redskin is literally a translation from the Spanish nomenclature Piel Roja, and this Spanish name derives from the fact that the Caribbean, still known as the West Indies of the West Indies, dyed the bodies of the Bixa orellana, the first point where Christopher Columbus reached his chest in India in 1492. In English, the Red Indians are also referred to as Red Indians, but it has not become so common and the name en: Redskin slang is nowadays only considered slang. The name Indians in Turkish is not slang.
Native American languages are classified into three main phyla: Eskimo-Aleut languages spoken by Eskimo and Aleut, Na-Dene languages spoken by Native American Na-Dene peoples, and Amerind languages spoken by all Native American peoples. In addition to these mother tongue phyla, there are also isolated languages that do not belong to any language family. According to UNESCO, many of them are either depleted or in danger of their spokenness.