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British monarchs - from 1066

British monarchs - from 1066  

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2012
On his death bed in Westminster, Edward the Confessor designates Harold - foremost among England's barons - as his successor
British prime ministers - from 1830

British prime ministers - from 1830  

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Earl Grey becomes British prime minister at the head of a Whig government committed to reform
Communism

Communism  

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Welsh industrialist Robert Owen takes charge of a mill at New Lanark and develops it as an experiment in paternalistic socialism
Conquest and colonization

Conquest and colonization  

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Thutmose I extends Egyptian control as far up the Nile as Abu Hamad
Democracy and dissent

Democracy and dissent  

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Cleisthenes, brought to power by popular support, puts into effect a major programme of political reform in Athens
Dynasties and royalty

Dynasties and royalty  

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Upper and Lower Egypt are unified into a single kingdom, inaugurating the first Egyptian dynasty
Persecution and repression

Persecution and repression  

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2012
In the Qin dictatorship, all Confucian books are burnt (except those of any practical use) and 460 Confucian scholars are executed
Politics

Politics  

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Sumer develops as the first centre of Mesopotamian civilization
Protest and rebellion

Protest and rebellion  

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The inhabitants of Messenia revolt against Spartan rule and are reduced, in retaliation, to the status of serfs or helots
Rulers and politicians

Rulers and politicians  

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On his death bed in Westminster, Edward the Confessor designates Harold - foremost among England's barons - as his successor

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