Via Siberia-Alaska (15 kya by boat, 11 kya by land)
in Anatolia, Balkans, or Caucasus.
This country was not officially founded in that radical's name, nor are his theories officially recognized here, but the person's work and life supposedly has many adherents in this country. You could fool me.
, and Egypt comes under Roman rule the next year.
His ideas were far ahead of his time back then, and they seem equally far ahead of the present time. When ever will the example of the life of Jesus actually be taken seriously? I hope soon, for the sake of us all, including those awful Iraqis.
delineates the eventual New World domains of Portugal and Spain.
The American flag was originally the British Union Jack with white stripes added. The American flag was created solely because ships needed to carry a flag. Adopting a flag was a trifling formality for the Founding Fathers. No flags flew in the early days of the American republic, and even the Founding Fathers were not sure what it looked like. A year after the American flag was adopted, a letter to the king of Naples, signed by Ben Franklin and John Adams, informed the king that the American flag "consists of thirteen stripes, alternately red, white and blue." In 1794, a bill was introduced to add two stars to the flag, because Vermont and Kentucky were admitted to the union. Congressmen objected that their important time was being wasted by such a trivial matter, and the bill was quickly adopted “as the quickest way of terminating” discussion of it. The Betsy Ross “stitching-the-flag” story is a fabrication, concocted by her grandson. There are no contemporary depictions of the American flag in American Revolution artwork. Francis Scott Key, who wrote the poem that was wedded to a drinking song to become the national anthem, thought that the USA had begun the War of 1812 and deserved to lose it.