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  1. 12th century BC - Wikipedia 12th century BC The 12th century BC is the period from 1200 to 1101 BC. The Late Bronze Age collapse in the ancient Near East and eastern Mediterranean is often considered to begin in this century. [1] Contents 1 Events 2 Inventions, discoveries, introductions 3 Sovereign states 4 References Events [ edit]

  2. 2025 - 911 BC Athens: 1556 - 355 BC Ba: 13th century - 311 BC Babylonia: 1155 - 689 BC Bashan: 1330 - 928 BC Bithynia: 297 - 74 BC Bit-Istar: 12th century - 710 BC Chedi: 1250 - 344 BC Chola: 3th century BC - 1279 AD Chorasmia: 1290 - 180 BC Chorrera: 1800 - 300 BC Colchis: 1300 BC - 2nd century AD Danda: 1100 - 450 BC Dasarna: 1150 - 600 BC Deng: 1200 - 678 BC Diauehi

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    1200 - 753 BC
    1380 - 550 BC
    12th century BC - 734 BC
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  4. Jun 28, 2018 · English: The 12th century BC started the first day of 1200 BC and ended the last day of 1101 BC. Subcategories This category has the following 15 subcategories, out of 15 total. 12th century BC by continent ‎ (4 C) 12th century BC by country ‎ (9 C) 12th century BC by year ‎ (2 C) 1 12th-century BC preserved artefacts ‎ (1 C) B

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  5. The 12th century BC consists of the years 1200-1101 BC. 1180 BC. The Philistines, part of the Sea Peoples confederacy originally from Greece, arrive in SW Canaan. 1177 BC. Gideon dies, Abimelech proclaimed king of the tribe of Ephraim. Abimelech kills his 70 brothers. (Judges 8:29-9:57) 1176 BC...

  6. c. 1300–1200 BC: Approximately 4,000 men fight a battle at a causeway over the Tollense valley in Northern Germany, the largest known prehistoric battle north of the Alps. [19] c. 1300–500 BC: The Lusatian culture in Poland, parts of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, eastern Germany and northern Ukraine. [20]

  7. Births – Deaths. Establishments – Disestablishments. The 11th century BC comprises all years from 1100 BC to 1001 BC. Although many human societies were literate in this period, some of the individuals mentioned below may be apocryphal rather than historically accurate.

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