The 16th century BC is a century which lasted from 1600 BC to 1501 BC.
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This is a list of solar eclipses in the 16th century BC. During the period 1600 to 1501 BC there were 225 solar eclipses of which 78 were partial, 67 were annular (two non-central), 59 were total, and 21 were hybrids. The greatest number of eclipses in one year was four, in 1600 BC, 1582 BC, 1564 BC, and 1535 BC.
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c. 1500 BC — Formative/Preclassic period starts in Mesoamerica. c. 1500 BC: Many scholars date early parts of the Rig Veda to roughly the 16th century. c. 1500 BC: Queen Hatsheput in Egypt (18th Dynasty). c. 1500 BC: The element Mercury has been discovered in Egyptian tombs dating from this decade.
The earliest attested Indo-European language, the Hittite language, first appears in cuneiform in the 16th century BC (Anitta text), before disappearing from records in the 13th century BC. Hittite is the best known and the most studied language of the extinct Anatolian branch of Indo-European languages.
1504 BC – 1492 BC: Egypt conquers Nubia and the Levant.; 1500 BC – 1400 BC: The Battle of the Ten Kings took place around this time. 1500 BC: Coalescence of a number of cultural traits including undecorated pottery, megalithic burials, and millet-bean-rice agriculture indicate the beginning of the Mumun Pottery Period in the Korean peninsula.