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c. 3800 BCE

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c. 580 BCE

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550 BCE

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c. 545 BCE

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539 BCE

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530 BCE

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522 BCE

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518 BCE

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c. 500 BCE

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493 BCE
490 BCE

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414 BCE
331 BCE

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330 BCE

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324 BCE

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106 BCE

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c. 208

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c. 230

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c. 250

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637

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644

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c. 800

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c. 866

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c. 900

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c. 1010

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c. 1020

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1040

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c. 1080

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c. 1100

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1256

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1257

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c. 1265

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c. 1300

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c. 1370

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c. 1450

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c. 1500

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1501

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1587

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1598

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1736

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1818

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c. 1901

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1908

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1921

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1925

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1941

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1951

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1953

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1962

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1963

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1964

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1978

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1979

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1980

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1981
1985
1988

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1989

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2003

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2005

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