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Caliphs

Caliphs  

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2012
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The death of Muhammad at Medina is followed by the election of the first caliph, Abu Bakr, a father-in-law of the prophet
Catholic and orthodox

Catholic and orthodox  

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Constantine founds several churches in Rome, among them the first St Peter's
Christianity

Christianity  

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According to the Gospel account, Jesus Christ is born in Bethlehem two years before the death of Herod the Great - making the date 6 BC
Islam

Islam  

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2012
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Mecca develops into a place of pilgrimage, with a famous collection of idols in the Ka'ba
Judaism

Judaism  

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Later selected by Hebrew scholars as the date when the world began, this becomes the first year (AM 1) in Jewish chronology
Monasticism

Monasticism  

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2012
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Buddha introduces a vigorous tradition of monasticism, in the order of Buddhist monks known as Sangha
Papacy

Papacy  

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St Peter, believed to have come to Rome as leader of the Christian community, is subsequently considered the first pope
Reformation

Reformation  

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2012
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Clement V moves the papacy to Avignon, in a move which is expected to be temporary but which lasts for nearly seventy years
Religion

Religion  

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2012
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A passage grave with a superb corbelled dome is constructed on the île Longue off the southern coast of Brittany

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