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c. 3000 BC: Jawa, Jordan is founded along with the world's first known dam.  c. 2960 BC: Death of Egyptian First Dynasty pharaoh, Semerkhet, whose name marks the first definitive use of a Nebty name. c. 2920 BC: Troy is founded on this date (assuming the interpretation of Manfred Korfmann is followed).
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