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c. 550 BCE

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c. 500 BCE

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c. 450 BCE

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423 BCE
c. 400 BCE

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399 BCE

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387 BCE

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c. 380 BCE

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367 BCE

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c. 330 BCE

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c. 170

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c. 244

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c. 413

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c. 525

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529

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c. 930

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c. 1020

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1078

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c. 1180

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c. 1266

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c. 1300

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c. 1340
1462

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c. 1595

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1644

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c. 1677

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1690

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1710

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1714

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1739

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1762

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1781

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1789
1794

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1807

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1818

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1836

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1840

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c. 1845

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1859
1862
1872

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1883

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1884

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1902

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1903
1905

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1907

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1912
1913
1921
1923

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1927

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1936
1943

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1945

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