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  1. The 17th century BC was a century which lasted from 1700 BC to 1601 BC. Nebra sky disk, central Europe 1600 BC. The inlaid gold depicted the crescent moon and the Pleiades star cluster in a specific arrangement forming the earliest known depiction of celestial phenomena.

  2. The 17th century BC started in the 1690s BC and ended in the 1600s BC This page was last changed on 5 June 2021, at 04:36. Text is available under the Creative ...

    • 18th century BC, 17th century BC, 16th century BC
    • 2nd millennium BC
  3. The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ). 17th century BC. 1600s BC (decade) 1610s BC. 1620s BC.

  4. This is a list of political entities in the 17th century BC (1700–1601 BC). Sovereign states. Sovereign state Years Akkadian Empire: 2334–2193 BC Amorite: 2000 ...

  5. Wikimedia Commons has media related to 17th century BC. Subcategories. This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. 1. 1610s BC‎ (2 C) B.

    • Events
    • Significant Persons
    • Deaths
    c. 1700 BC — The last species of mammoth became extinct on Wrangel Island.
    c. 1700 BC: Indus Valley Civilization comes to an end but is continued by the Cemetery H culture
    1700 BC — Belu-bani became the King of Assyria.

    Jie , The last ruler of Xia Dynasty, ruled China for 52 years until 1600 BC according to the Xia Shang Zhou Chronology Project.

    1686 BC — Hammurabi (short chronology)
    1684 BC — Heremon, Irish legend
    1677 BC — Terah, father of Abraham, according to the Hebrew Calendar
  6. The 17th century BC consists of the years 1700-1601 BC. (All dates are approximate). Events. 1695 BC. Death of Eber. 1690 BC. Death of Shem. 1678 BC. Joseph born. 1661 BC. Joseph sold into slavery to the Midianites and Kenites, who in turn sell him to the Egyptian Potiphar. Potiphar's wife attempts to seduce Joseph, but Joseph resists. Joseph is imprisoned, interprets dreams of Pharoah's chief baker and chief cupbaker, who were imprisoned with him.

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