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  1. The 30th century BC was a century which lasted from the year 3000 BC to 2901 BC. Events Stele bearing the name of Djet. Before 3000 BC: Image of a deity, detail from ...

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    • 3rd millennium BC
  2. The 30th century BC consists of the years 3000-2901 BC. (All events are approximate, based on Abraham's birth in 1900 and a literal reading of Genesis). 2973 BC. Birth of Lamech. 2917 BC. Death of Adam.

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  4. May 26, 2018 · Point in time. 30th century BC (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584) Follows. 31st century BC. Followed by. 29th century BC. Authority control. Q211523.

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  5. c. 3000 BC — Neolithic period ends. 3000 BC — Djer, second pharaoh of Egypt, starts to reign. c. 3000 BC — Narmer Palette from Hierakonpolis, First Dynasty, is made. It is now at Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt. 3000 BC — Caral, building of the first city in the Americas started. c. 3000 BC — Troy is founded. 3000 BC–2350 BC — Scarlet Ware vase, from Tutub (modern Tell Khafajeh ...

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    2050s

    1. 2050: 1.1. Three-North Shelter Forest Programis expected to be completed. 1.2. President Joe Bidensays his plan will ensure that the United States will be a 100% clean energy economy and reach net-zero emissions by 2050. 1.3. Arnulf Jaeger-Walden of the European commission's Institute for Energy believes that solar power from North Africa can provide 100 GWto the entire continent of Europe. 1.4. Under a plan announced in July 2016, New Zealand aims to eradicate all non-native rats, possums...

    2060s

    1. 2061: 1.1. September 1: A time capsule at St. Gabriel School in Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada is scheduled to be opened for its 150th anniversary of its school division (Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools). 1.2. July 24: Halley's comet expected to be visible for the first time since the perihelionwas last reached in 1986. 1.3. December 31: Expiration of the Singapore-Malaysia Water Agreement. 2. 2065: On November 22, Venus occults Jupiter, the first planet-planet occultationsince 3 January...

    2100s

    1. 2100: On 14 March (which will be 29 February in the Julian calendar), the difference between the Julian calendar and the Gregorian calendar reaches 14 days. Since 14 is divisible by 7, this will be the first time in history since its inception that the Gregorian calendar has the same day of the week for each day of the year as the Julian calendar. This will last until 28 February, 2200 of the Gregorian Calendar. 2. 2103: Per an agreement between the National Archives and Caroline Kennedy,...

    2110s

    1. The Chernobyl New Safe Confinementreaches end of designed lifetime in the 2110s. 2. 2110: On 19 September, a time capsule at the Plaza de Armas in Santiago, Chileis intended to be opened. It was buried in 2010. 3. 2111: The will of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburghis scheduled to become public knowledge. 4. 2112: 4.1. November 18: The city of Beaumont, Californiain the United States is scheduled to open a time capsule in honour of its bicentennial. 4.2. A time capsule buried in Weavers Acad...

    2120s

    1. 2120: In November, a South African vault of thousands of time capsules containing present-day information for future generations' use will be opened, 101 years after burial. The Vault 2120 is located at Maropeng in the Cradle of Humankind and was sealed in November 2019. The vault will only be opened in the year 2120. The vault and its thousands of time capsules have been buried at least two metres underground at the Maropeng Visitor Centre.

    2227–2247: Pluto will be closer to the Sun than Neptuneis for the first time since the year 1999.
    2265: Return of the Great Comet of 1861.
    2284: Possible the perihelion of Halley's Cometmight come back after the year 2209.
    2285: On March 22, Easter will occur on its earliest possible date for the first time since the year 1818.
    2453: 1,000 years since the fall of the Eastern Roman Empire
    2476: 2,000 years since the collapse of the Western Roman Empire
    October 12, 2492: 1000 years since Christopher Columbus arrived on Bahamas and discovered Americas.

    2640: On September 5, the 639-year-long performance of John Cage's organ work As Slow as Possible (began in 2001) is scheduled to finish at the St. Burchardi Church in Halberstadt, Germany.

    The St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery (Happy Valley) in Hong Kong lease on Wanzai's Saint Fulan gentleman street will end after a 999-year lease, assuming no legal status changes before that date.[ci...
    2883: On January 4, the CPR (Canadian Pacific Railway) lease on the O&Q (Ontario and Quebec) will end, after a 999-year lease.[citation needed]
    2968: The Helium Centennial Time Columns Monument in Amarillo, Texas, contains four separate time capsules, the last of which is intended to be opened 1,000 years after the Time Columns Monument wa...
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    290s BC

    1. 299 BC: The Samnites, seizing their chance when Rome is engaged on the Lombard plain, start the Third Samnite War with a collection of mercenaries from Gaul and Sabine and Etruscanallies to help them. 2. 298 BC: The Samnites defeat the Romans under Lucius Cornelius Scipio Barbatus in the Battle of Camerinum, the first battle of the Third Samnite War. 3. 294 BC: Antipater II of Macedon is killed by Lysimachus, allowing Demetrius I to become king of Macedonia, thus ending the Antipatrid dyna...

    280s BC

    1. 285 BC: The Pharos of Alexandriais completed. 2. 281 BC: Antiochus I Soter, on the assassination of his father Seleucus becomes emperor of the Seleucid empire. 3. 281 BC: Achaean Leaguefounded in Greece. 4. 280 BC: King Pyrrhus of Epirus invades Italy in an attempt to subjugate the Romans and bring Italyunder a new empire ruled by himself. 5. 280 BC: Construction of the Colossus of Rhodesis completed.

    270s BC

    1. 279 BC: Singidunum and Taurunum, today's Belgrade and Zemun, are founded by ScordisciCelts. 2. After failing to decisively defeat the Romans, Pyrrhus of Epirus withdraws from Italy. 3. Gallic migration to Macedon, Thrace and Galatia. During the Gallic invasion of Greece, the Macedonian king Ptolemy Keraunos is killed in battle by the forces of the Celtic ruler Bolgios. However, both he and Brennus are driven out of Macedonian territory by Sosthenes of Macedon. 4. 277 BC: in the Battle of L...

    Eratosthenes accurately calculates Earth's circumference and introduces the sieve of Eratosthenes, an algorithm for identifying prime numbers.
    Weiqi well-established in China, and may date back to the 2nd millennium BC.
    Crucible steel was first produced in Southern India.
    Canopus stele of Ptolemy III implements the leap yearin Egypt. Leap year not formally recognized until Caesar in 55 BC.

    Politics

    1. Appius Claudius Caecus, Roman statesman 2. Aratus of Sicyon, Greek statesman 3. Arsinoe II, co-ruler of Egypt 4. Ashoka, Mauryan ruler of India 5. Bindusara, ruler of the Mauryan Empire 6. Diodotus I, first ruler of Greco-Bactrian Kingdom 7. Emperor Gaozu of Han (高皇帝), founder of the Han Dynastyin China 8. Hamilcar Barca, Carthaginiangeneral and politician 9. Hannibal, Carthaginian general and politician 10. Hanno the Great, Carthaginian politician 11. Ilamchetchenni , king of the Chola dy...

    Military

    1. Bai Qi(白起), Chinese general 2. Gaius Lutatius Catulus, Roman general 3. Han Xin, Chinese general 4. Hasdrubal Barca, Carthaginian general 5. Lian Po, Chinese general 6. Li Mu, Chinese general 7. Mago Barca, Carthaginian general 8. Manius Curius Dentatus, Roman general 9. Marcus Atilius Regulus, Roman general 10. Marcus Claudius Marcellus, Roman general 11. Meng Tian, Chinese general 12. Xanthippus of Carthage, Greek general 13. Wang Jian, Chinese general 14. Xiang Yu(項羽), Chinese rebel gen...

    Literature

    1. Apollonius of Rhodes, Greek poet 2. Aratus, Greek poet 3. Callimachus, Greek poet and scholar 4. Gnaeus Naevius, Roman poet 5. Herodas, Greek satirist 6. Menander, Greek playwright 7. Menippus, Greek satirist 8. Plautus, Old Latin playwright 9. Song Yu(宋玉), Chinese poet 10. Theocritus, Greek poet 11. Timaeus, Greek Historian 12. Qu Yuan(屈原), Chinese poet and scholar 13. Sangam literature(300BC-100AD), of the Tamil language

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