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c. 3000 BCE

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c. 2800 BCE

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c. 2500 BCE

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c. 2400 BCE

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2000 BCE

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c. 1750 BCE

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c. 1740 BCE

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c. 1700 BCE

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c. 1500 BCE

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c. 1345 BCE

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c. 1275 BCE

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c. 1100 BCE

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c. 1000 BCE

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c. 950 BCE

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883-859 BCE

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c. 870 BCE

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868 BCE

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853 BCE

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c. 850 BCE

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c. 800 BCE

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722 BCE

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710 BCE

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c. 700 BCE

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663 BCE

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c. 650 BCE

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c. 645 BCE

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c. 600 BCE

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585 BCE

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528 BCE

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332 BCE

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c. 300 BCE

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299 BCE

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c. 200 BCE

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c. 120 BCE

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64 BCE

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c. 50 BCE

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37 BCE

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19

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c. 35

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c. 80

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117

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165

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c. 232

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c. 475

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634

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661
c. 670
750

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1142

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1144

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1154

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c. 1275

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1799

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1845

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1853

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1916
1918

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1920

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c. 1930

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c. 1943

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1946

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1958

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1961

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1963

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1967

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1970

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1971

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1982

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2000

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2005

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2006

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2011

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