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4th century  

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Horses strong enough to carry men wearing armour are put to good use by northern barbarians, and by Romans in border regions such as Dacia
4th century BCE

4th century BCE  

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Hippocrates, on the Greek island of Kos, founds an influential school of medicine
5th century

5th century  

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Niall of the Nine Hostages is the first man to be called king of Ireland, though his direct control does not extend beyond Ulster
5th century BCE

5th century BCE  

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A Persian rug, woven with a knotted pile, is placed in the tomb of a Scythian chieftain and survives to this day
6th century

6th century  

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The Czechs are the most powerful of the various Slav tribes by now settled in Bohemia
6th century BCE

6th century BCE  

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The choros, originally danced in a circle by temple virgins, is the centrepiece of the developing Greek theatre
7th century

7th century  

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Ritual intoning of the psalms, derived from Jewish synagogues, is formalized in Christian worship as Gregorian chant
8th century

8th century  

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Shortage of manpower in the Muslim armies causes a change of policy, with non-Arabs now allowed to convert to Islam
9th century

9th century  

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The use of zero, essential in practical mathematics, is now familiar in India and is adopted in Baghdad
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Alexander marries Roxana after subduing the territories of her father, a Bactrian chief in the modern region of Afghanistan

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