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  1. 30th century BC - Wikipedia

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    The 30th century BC was a century which lasted from the year 3000 BC to 2901 BC.

    • 31st Century BC

      The 31st century BC was a century which lasted from the year...

  2. 30th century BC | Religion-wiki | Fandom

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    The 30th century BC consists of the years 3000-2901 BC. (All events are approximate, based on Abraham's birth in 1900 and a literal reading of Genesis). 2973 BC.

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  4. Category:30th century BC - Wikimedia Commons

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    May 26, 2018 · 30th century BC (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584) Follows: 31st century BC; Followed by: 29th century BC; Authority control

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    • Events
    • Inventions, Discoveries, Introductions
    • Decades and Years
    c. 3000 BC — Neolithicperiod ends.
    3000 BC — Djer, second pharaoh of Egypt, starts to reign.
    c. 3000 BC — Narmer Palette from Hierakonpolis, First Dynasty, is made. It is now at Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt.
    3000 BC — Caral, building of the first city in the Americasstarted.
    3000 BC–2000 BC; Hieroglyphic writing Egypt, potter's wheel in China, first pottery in Americas (Ecuador)
    c. 3000 BC — Sumeriansestablish cities
    3000 BC — Sumeriansstart to work in various metals
    The shekal was introduced in Mesopotamia as a monetary and weight unit; see ancient weights and measures

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  6. Sumerian language - Wikipedia

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    Late Sumerian – 20th–18th century BC Post-Sumerian – after 1700 BC. Archaic Sumerian is the earliest stage of inscriptions with linguistic content, beginning with the Jemdet Nasr (Uruk III) period from about the 31st to 30th centuries BC.

  7. 35th century BC - Wikipedia

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    The 35th century BC in the Near East sees the gradual transition from the Chalcolithic to the Early Bronze Age. Proto-writing enters transitional stage, developing towards writing proper. Wheeled vehicles are now known beyond Mesopotamia , having spread north of the Caucasus and to Europe .

  8. 40th century BC - Wikipedia

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    During the 40th century BC, the Eastern Mediterranean region was in the Chalcolithic period (Copper Age), transitional between the Stone and the Bronze Ages. Northwestern Europe was in the Neolithic.

  9. 20th century BC - Wikipedia

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    1950 BC—The copper bar cubit of Nippur defines the Sumerian cubit (approximately 51.72 cm). [citation needed] c. 1900 BC - Cacao is domesticated by the Mokaya in Guatemala. Sovereign states. See: List of sovereign states in the 20th century BC. References

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  10. September - Wikipedia

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    In the 1st century BC, an extra day was added in honor of the deified Julius Caesar on 4 September. Epulum Jovis was held on September 13. Ludi Triumphales was held from September 18–22. The Septimontium was celebrated in September, and on December 11 on later calendars. These dates do not correspond to the modern Gregorian calendar.