if gave us smart asians
The oracle bones tell us that when you burn them, there are cracks. The Chinese thought that the gods are trying to tell them something. The cracks also make the Chinese handwriting used today.
Shang Oracles or oracle bones are pieces bones used by the shang dynasty to divine the future, get answers to important questions and communicate with their ancestors. They are the earliest known records of ancient chinese writing and confirm the existence of the often doubted shang dynasty. The shang writing is a very old but direct ancestor of the moderm chinese script. The writing style is pictographic in nature and the bones show it evolving over time, so you can see the growth of the language. These writing tell us a great deal about the shang dynasty and archaic chinese culture.
Polonium is an element with minor importance today.
it gives us light when we can't see
help us bulid some amazing bulidings
Pottery has a huge impact on us today. It is used as a cheap and versatile material in everyday life. In archaelology it gives us huge amounts of information about the past which develops our understanding of people who came before us.
she impacts us today because she gave us information about the past and i like hotdogs ans WEENEIRS Peace
Homer has an impact on the world today because he wrote all of those epics that teach us many important lessons.
the englissh civil war impact on us today because look around where ur at look where u live at look where ur are or will be at............................. i rest my case
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They help us swim!
he changes the entire religion in the country
He has created the foundation of modern-day protestantism.
tudors have shown us what they were like in the past
It has given everyone the freedom to build what they WANT to build.
He inspired the world to do magic.
We still laugh at his last name.
They helped by giving us more detail in paintings for one.
Realism helped us have a better focus on the realistic way things look.
Which senate, the Italian one? The answer is no.
If the verdict of the Scopes trial had not been overturned, scientific education in the US would be much further behind than today.