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  1. 138 or 128 BC - Athenios son of Athenios composes the First Delphic Hymn (Bélis 1992, 48–49 and 53–54; Pöhlmann and West 2001, 71). 128 BC - Limenios, son of Thoinos composes a "Paean and Prosodion to the God" (i.e., Apollo ), today called the Second Delphic Hymn (Pöhlmann and West 2001, 71). between 200 BC and 100 AD – the Seikilos ...

  2. The 4th century BC started the first day of 400 BC and ended the last day of 301 BC. It is considered part of the Classical era, epoch, or historical period . This century marked the height of Classical Greek civilization in all of its aspects. By the year 400 BC Greek philosophy, art, literature and architecture had spread far and wide, with ...

    • Paleolithic Period
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    • Ancient Near East
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    16000 BC – Kebaranperiod
    13050 to 7050 BC – Natufianculture
    12500 BC – The world's oldest evidence of bread-making has been found at Shubayqa 1, in Jordan
    11000 BC – The oldest known evidence of beer found in Mount Carmel
    10000 BC – Pre-Pottery Neolithic A
    10000 BC – earliest neolithic sanctuaries at Göbekli Tepe in southern Anatolia
    9300 BC – first cultivating of wild emmer in Netiv HaGdud and other sites in Jordan by hunter gatherers
    10000 to 8800 BC — Shepherd Neolithic

    4th millennium BC

    1. 4000 to 3000 BC – domestication of the African wild ass in Egypt or Mesopotamia, producing the donkey 2. 4000 BC – city of Ur in Mesopotamia 3. 4000 to 3100 BC – Uruk period 4. 4000 to 3000 BC – Naqada culture on the Nile 5. 3760 BC – date of creationaccording to some interpretations of Jewish chronology 6. 3650 BC – The foundation of the city of Gaziantep 7. 3600 BC – first civilization in the world: Sumer (city-states) in modern-day southern Iraq 8. 3500 BC – City of Eblain Syria is foun...

    3rd millennium BC

    1. 3000 to 2000 BC – First domestication of the dromedaries in Somaliaand southern Arabia 2. 3000 to 2300 BC – First Kingdom of Ebla 3. 2900 to 2350 BC – First ziggurats in Sumer 4. 2900 to 2500 BC – First Kingdom of Mari 5. 2800 BC – Beginning of Uruk's decline 6. 2700 to 539 BC – Elam 7. 2600 to 2350 BC – early Dynastic III periodin Mesopotamia 8. 2600 to 2300 BC – Kingdom of Nagar 9. 2600 to 2025 BC – Early Assyrian Period 10. 2575 to 2150 BC – Old Kingdom of Egypt 11. 2560 BC – completion...

    2nd millennium BC

    1. 1900 BC – Hittites Old Kingdom in Anatolia 2. 1800 BC – civilization in Canaan 3. 1800 to 1200 BC – the emergence of the city of Ugaritwhen it ruled a coastal kingdom, trading with Egypt, Cyprus, the Aegean, Syria, the Hittites, and others 4. 1792 to 1750 BC – the reign of Hammurabi of the First Babylonian Dynasty, extended control throughout Mesopotamia, known for the Code of Hammurabi, one of the earliest codes of law 5. 1775 to 1761 BC – the reign of Zimri-Lim of Mari, extended control...

    1st millennium AD

    1. 570 – Birth of Muhammad 2. 573 - Birth of Abu Bakr 3. 585 - Birth of Umar 4. 573/576 - Birth of Uthman 5. 601 – Birth of Ali 6. 614 – Persecution of the Muslims by the Quraish (Migration to Abyssinia) 7. 616 – Second migration to Abyssinia 8. 620 – Ascension to the heavens 9. 622 – Constitution of Medina, establishment of the first Islamic state 10. 624: Battle of Badr, expulsion of the Bani Qainuqa Jews from Medina 11. 626 – Siege of Constantinople 12. 629 to 1050 – Arab–Byzantine wars 13...

    2nd millennium AD

    1. 1004 – House of Knowledge built by the Fatimid caliph Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah, said to have contained more than 1,600,000 books 2. 1024 to 1080 – Mirdasid dynasty of Aleppo 3. 1037 to 1194 – arrival of the Turkish Seljuq Empire, and the subsequent end of Arab dominance 4. 1044 or 1048 to 1123 – Al-Khayyam gave a classification of cubic equations with geometric solutions using conic sections, extracted roots using the Indian decimal system 5. 1096 to 1487 – Crusades; four crusader states are...

    2nd millennium AD

    1. 1789 to 1925 – Qajar Iran 2. 1798 – Napoleon Bonaparte leads a campaign in Egypt and Syria 3. 1828 to 1914 – Decline and modernization of the Ottoman Empire 4. 1828 – Al-Waqa'i' al-Misriyya, oldest newspaper ever established in Egypt 5. 1830 to 1950 – Nahdaor "Arab cultural renaissance" 6. 1831 to 1833 – First Egyptian-Ottoman War, Egypt under Muhammad Ali seizes the Levantineprovinces 7. 1834 to 1835 – Syrian Peasant Revolt takes place in the Levant, but is suppressed 8. 1837 – The first...

    3rd millennium AD

    1. 2000 – Israeli troops leave Lebanon 2. 2001 – Members of al-Qaeda attacked sites in the U.S. 3. 2003 – The 2003 Invasion of Iraq 4. 2004 to present – Shia insurgency in Yemen 5. 2005 – Syrian troops leave Lebanon as a result of the Cedar Revolution 6. 2006 – The 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict; Saddam Hussein executed for crimes against humanity. 7. 2010 – Arab Spring, which culminates in the Syrian Civil Warwith involvement of many regional powers to either support the Syrian opposition or t...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 30s_BC30s BC - Wikipedia

    • Significant People
    • Births
    • Deaths
    Mark Antony, Roman politician and general (83–30 BC)
    Pharaoh Cleopatra VII of Egypt (lived 70/69–30 BC, reigned 51–30 BC)
    Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, known in English as Octavian, Roman politician and general (63 BC–AD 14)
    Pharaoh Ptolemy XV Caesarion (lived 47–30 BC, reigned 44–30 BC)

    39 BC 1. Antonia the Elder, daughter of Mark Antony, grandmother of Nero and Messalina (d. bef. AD 25) 2. Julia the Elder, daughter of Caesar Augustus (d. AD 14) 38 BC 1. January 14 – Nero Claudius Drusus, Roman politician and military commander, future stepson of Augustus Caesar (d. 9 BC) 2. Lucius Volusius Saturninus, Roman suffect consul (or 37 ...

    39 BC 1. Quintus Labienus, Roman general (murdered) 38 BC 1. Antiochus I Theos, king of Commagene (b. c. 86 BC) 2. Pacorus I, crown prince of Parthia (b. c. 63 BC) 37 BC 1. Antigonus II Mattathias (Antigonus the Hasmonean) (executed by order of Mark Antony) 2. Aristobulus II, king and high priest of Judea (66–63 BC; assassinated) 3. Jing Fang, Chin...

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    Octavian celebrates, in Rome, three triumphs on consecutive days ( August 13, August 14, and August 15) to commemorate his victories in Illyricum, Actium and Egypt. Marcus Licinius Crassus campaigns successfully in the Balkans, killing the king of the Bastarnae by his own hand, but is denied the right to dedicate the spolia opima by Octavian.

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