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**29th century BC**was a**century**which lasted from the year 2900**BC**to 2801**BC**.**Events**[ edit ] The grove in which the Prometheus Tree grew, with the Wheeler Peak headwall in the distance.- 2890s
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The

**29th century BC**is a**century**which was from the year 2900**BC**to 2801**BC**.**Events**[ change | change source ] The grove in which the Prometheus Tree grew, with the Wheeler Peak headwall in the distance.- 30th
**century BC**,**29th century BC**, 28th**century BC** - 3rd millennium
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- 30th
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**century BC**, also known as the last**century****BC**and the last**century**BCE, started on the first day of 100**BC**and ended on the last day of 1**BC**.The AD/**BC**notation does not use a year zero; however, astronomical year numbering does use a zero, as well as a minus sign, so "2**BC**" is equal to "year –1".