This is for me Egypt, the promised land of Ra-Ta if my readers have followed my good ideas. Indeed, Edgar Cayce, in his mediumship, spoke about the departure of his hero from Mount Ararat (there is only one in the world) with his tribe to invade Egypt. So far, I have traveled the world and the Americanand Eurasian world in terms of migration of survivors of Atlantis and I made many discoveries that would serve the community. I hope not to be mistaken in my deductions; it is true that there are some time lags in the emergence of civilizations, but all stands logically. That's why I approach the final straight with a little apprehensive as I hit the official version of "fertile crescent". Although it is already undermined by many authors from all disciplines, it has a hard time.
What is it? Wikipedia meets "The Fertile Crescent is a term for regions of Mesopotamia and the Levant in the Middle East. It includes the current US territories of Lebanon, Cyprus, Kuwait, Israel, Palestine (West Bank and Gaza) and parts of Jordan, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Egypt (on this point, there appears to be no consensus) and south-eastern Turkey. The term "Fertile Crescent" was given by archaeologist James Henry Breasted at the University of Chicago as the arc formed by the different areas like a crescent. Irrigated by the Jordan, the Euphrates, the Tigris and the Nile (four rivers of the Middle East), covering some 400 000 to 500 000 square kilometers and a population of 40 to 50 million people, the region extends from alluvial plains of the Nile, continuing on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean, around the northern Syrian desert and across the Arabian Peninsula and Mesopotamia to the Persian Gulf. The western zone around the Jordan and upper Euphrates rivers gave rise to the first agrarian settlements known there are 11 000 years. The earliest settlements known to date are in Iraq ed-Dubb (Jordan) and Tell Aswad (Syria), followed closely by Jericho. The oldest cities, states, known writings appeared later in Mesopotamia (whose etymology means "between the rivers", referring to the land between the Euphrates and Tigris) to the east. These discoveries have dubbed the area "the cradle of civilization."
We have seen many civilizations since hatched entirely outside of this region and the Eurasian population was carried out not by the Ethiopian Cro-Magnon, but by the Basque country. That of America cannot be explained in this way. Also, if the memories are still vivid, England is populated by the Basque Country:How to derive the Fertile Crescent to Scotland? NO, definitely NOT the Fertile Crescent is not the cradle of civilization, but there are still many surprises and again on arrival. Let's start with the departure Ra-Ta at the foot of Mount Ararat, set, go!
We stopped at the foot of Mount Ararat in Volume V; it is now part of Turkey that we will go to get a little later in Egypt:
Turkey, as a crossroads between Africa, Asia and Europe, is a key area for understanding the early settlements of Europe and continental Asia. The presence of prehistoric occupation is attested in Turkey by the discovery of sites such as that delivered Yarimburgaz Dursunlu and older cut stones (pebble and chips) dated about a million years. Then it is the cultures tell bifacial, coming also from Africa, which develop in Anatolia. They are so far not known in Thrace, suggesting that prehistoric people have not reached Europe via this route but bypassing the Black Sea to the east. Few remains are known in Turkey. Only an exceptional series of teeth and skeletal elements, attributed to Neanderthals, was discovered in levels dated to more than 120,000 years of the E Karain cave near Antalya. More recently, elements of a Homo erectus skull that could have 500,000 years were unearthed by chance in a quarry in the Denizli region, near the village of Kocabaç.
The Anatolian peninsula (or Asia Minor), which now represents 97% of modern Turkey, is one of the globe who have been continuously inhabited throughout the history of mankind. The first settlements like those of Çatalhöyük, ÇayöŶü, HaĐılar, Goďekli Tepe aŶd MersiŶ are aŵoŶg the oldest iŶ the ǁorld. The first empire to emerge in Anatolia has undoubtedly been the Hittite Empire, eighteenth in the thirteenth century BC. Subsequently, the Phrygians, another Indo-European people, ruled these lands until annihilation by the Cimmerians in the seventh century. Other Indo-European peoples have succeeded in Anatolia, the Lydians and Lycians. Towards -1200, the west coast of Anatolia was invaded wind and Ionian Greeks. Then the Achaemenid Persian Empire dominates Asia Minor in the sixth and fifth centuries BC. In
334 BC, Alexander the Great, beginning his great achievements, invaded Anatolia, divided after his death in Greek kingdoms like those of Bithynia, Cappadocia, Pergamum or Bridge. They are overwhelmed by the Roman conquest. In 324 AD, the Roman emperor Constantine I chose Byzantium as the new capital of the Empire. It is called Constantinople, the New Rome. Conquered by Sultan Mehmed II in 1453, she became Istanbul.
This is what is written in Wikipedia, but it is not a summary of the country, far from it. You guess that after the first volumes have been read, there are many other things. For example,it was in 1921 that the Tuvans, Turkish people of Altai established the People's Republic of Tuva. And the capital Kyzyl this inscription is found there Orkhon.
What Orkhon you say? Alphabet Orkhon is the oldest known writing employed to Rate Turkish. It was developed by Göktürks (a Turkish group who founded the first high-Asian empire to carry the Turkish name for the mid-sixth century). The oldest traces of this alphabet are the Orkhon inscriptions of the Orkhon Valley in Mongolia. It is also called köktürk, named after the first Turkish group known to have used. In addition, the letters which it is composed are, because of their resemblance to the Scandinavian runes, sometimes called runes Orkhon Turkish or runes. The language is written with the alphabet of the Orkhon is the old-Turkish.
"The first evidence known to date of writing dates back to the Turkish VII & VIII AD The monument located in Mongolia in the Orkhon River valley was discovered in 1730 by a Swedish officer named Strahlenberg . In 1893 the Danish Scholar Professor Thomsen manages to decipher the writing. This first Turkish writing is the rune type. It is important to note that the Turkish of that time has what linguists call language traces of erosion which clearly indicate that Turkish was already spoken for a long time. Another interesting once transcribed in Latin characters adopted by Turkey in 1923 in the linguistic reform, the talk is pretty close today spoke Turkish unlike the French who even more recent times requires knowledge to be transcribed in the current French (see the text of the oath of Strasbourg-842). This runic alphabet was borrowed by the Kirghiz and probably Tuva populations, it was also used by Uighurs. Alphabet lasted juqu'à dawn of the eleventh century. The famous book of omens Irk Bitig (about 950), Chinese-Turkish manuscript Te Ouen-huang (950-987) are written with this alphabet. "