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19th century

19th century  

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Napoleon appoints a commission to prepare a code of civil law, which becomes known as the Code Napoléon
1st century BCE

1st century BCE  

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The Essenes, a Jewish sect, withdraw from secular life to form monastic communities in the desert
1st century CE

1st century CE  

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The period of stability achieved during the reign of Augustus Caesar has been given the name Pax Romana ('Roman peace')
20th century

20th century  

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Daimler cars develop a new brand using the name Mercedes, that of the ten-year-old daughter of the investor and distributor Emil Jellinek
21st century

21st century  

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Trade unionist Morgan Tsvangirai leads a newly formed party in Zimbabwe, the MDC (Movement for Democratic Change)
2nd century

2nd century  

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A naturalistic style of Buddhist sculpture develops in the Gandhara region, part of modern Pakistan
2nd century BCE

2nd century BCE  

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Cement is in use for construction in Asia Minor, possibly developed first in Pergamum
3100-1000 BCE

3100-1000 BCE  

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Sumer develops as the first centre of Mesopotamian civilization
3rd century

3rd century  

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The potato is cultivated in the Peruvian Andes
3rd century BCE

3rd century BCE  

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Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma emerge as India's trio of main gods, with the Vedic religion of the Aryans evolving into Hinduism

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