The 13th century BC was the period from 1300 to 1201 BC. Events. 1300 BC: Cemetery H culture comes to an end in the Indus Valley. 1292 ...
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12th century BC - 734 BC Arzawa: 2300 - 1200 BC Assyria: 2025 - 911 BC Assuwa: 1300 - 1250 BC Alashiya: 1450 - 1050 BC Athens: 1556 - 355 BC Ba: 13th century - 311 BC Babylonia: 1894 - 732 BC Bashan: 1330 - 928 BC Byblos: 1800 - 970 BC Karuwa: 1250 - 560 BC Chedi: 1250 - 344 BC Chola: Chorasmia: 1290 - 180 BC Chorrera: 1800 - 300 BC Colchis: 1300 BC - 2nd century AD Crestonia
- Africa: Northeast
This is a list of state leaders in the 13th century BC.
Egypt: New Kingdom 1. Eighteenth Dynasty of the New Kingdom – Horemheb, King
The 13th century was the century which lasted from January 1, 1201 through December 31, 1300 in accordance with the Julian calendar.The term is often used to refer to the 1200s, the century between 1200 and 1299.
See also: 14th century BC in architecture, other events of the 13th century BC, and the timeline of architecture. Events Edit c. 1300 BC – End of Harappan architecture .
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Varies depending on time period. 13th century BC (Troy VI): 300,000 square metres (74 acres) Height: The unexcavated hill of Hisarlik was 31.2 metres (102 ft) high, 38.5 metres (126 ft) elevation. The city began as a citadel at the top, ended by covering the entire height to the south (the north being precipitous) History; Builder
13th century. 13th century: Rocket for military and recreational uses date back to at least 13th-century China. 13th century: The earliest form of mechanical escapement, the verge escapement in Europe. 13th century: Buttons (combined with buttonholes) as a functional fastening or closing clothes appear first in Germany.