The archeological and African origins related to the study of human origins were focused primary on the prehistory of Africa from archaeological perspective. However the Africans had their own problems about the origins of humans but the effect of scientific and universally accepted evidence emphasis will be place on archeological interpretations some people believe that the earliest humans had a relationship with the apes, chimpanzee and gorilla that were found in central Africa. In Africa and the Middle East there was Homo sapiens; in Asia, Homo erectus and in Europe by 30,000 years ago this taxonomic diversity vanished and humans everywhere had evolved into the anatomically and behaviorally modern form. Many say that two recent anthropological studies support the theory that modern humans emerged from both African and regional sources but the debate is far from over. Decreasing levels of human genetic diversity have been found at increasing distance from Africa as a consequence of human expansion out of Africa but the earliest fossils that were found in Africa had a primate of a sub-Saharan Africa. Dubious had found so many different fossil not known where they could be from or if they a human or an apes from many years ago. Historical archaeology is the study of cultures that existed and may still during the period of recorded history several thousands of years in parts of the Old World, but only several hundred years in the Americas.
The first full civilization emerged by 3500 B.C. in the Tigris-Euphrates valley in the Middle East. Relatively soon thereafter civilization developed along the Nile in Egypt, and later spread to other parts of the Middle East and one region in Africa. The advent of civilization provided a framework for most of the developments in world history. Additionally, the specific early civilizations that arose in the Middle East and Africa had several