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Never Stop Exploring

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on 22 September 2016

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Transcript of Never Stop Exploring

-The history of Europe covers the people inhabiting the European continent from prehistory to the present.

-Some of the best-known civilizations of prehistoric Europe were the Minoan and the Mycenaean, which flourished during the Bronze Age until they collapsed in a short period of time around 1200 BC.
European Continent
-The history of Europe dates back to the dawn of the world. This continent has had a major influence in many of the Epoch’s of the earth.
-However, the European influence didn’t really start to spread across the world until the time of Alexander. The conquering forces of Alexander helped push the values and culture of Southern Europe throughout the world.
This paved a way for a more European view of history, with the rise and fall of Rome led to the dark ages and eventually the Renaissance.

-The date of the start of the history of the United States is a subject of debate among historians.
Older textbooks start with the arrival of Christopher Columbus on October 12, 1492 and emphasize the European background, or they start around 1600 and emphasize the American frontier.
In recent decades,
American schools and universities typically have shifted back in time to include more on the colonial period and much more on the prehistory of the Native people.
American Continent
Columbus
Never Stop Exploring
Lee Seung Eon
-He was born in 1451.
-Some people say he was good mate, but others say he wasn't good mate because he made native slaves.
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