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Austria

Austria  

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A Stone Age sculptor shapes a timeless image of female fecundity in the famous Willendorf Venus
Austrian Empire

Austrian Empire  

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Baroque

Baroque  

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A performance in the Oratory in Rome, with music by Emilio de' Cavalieri, is in effect the first oratorio
Battles

Battles  

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The Egyptian pharaoh Thutmose III defeats his enemies at Megiddo, in history's first fully described battle and siege
Belgium

Belgium  

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The Netherlands, or 'low countries' around the Rhine delta, enter history as the Roman province of Germania Inferior
Bohemia

Bohemia  

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Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers use mammoth tusks and bones to support hide-covered tents at Dolni Vestonice (in the Czech Republic)
Brazil

Brazil  

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In negotiations about the New World at Tordesillas, the king of Portugal insists on a new demarcation line which later brings him Brazil
Britain

Britain  

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Humans are by this time living in Britain, in what is now Norfolk, and are making stone tools
Britain 1066-1500

Britain 1066-1500  

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On his death bed in Westminster, Edward the Confessor designates Harold - foremost among England's barons - as his successor
Britain 1500-1750

Britain 1500-1750  

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The marriage of James IV, king of Scotland, to Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII, leads a century later to the Union of the Crowns

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