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  Encyclopedia: 1st millennium BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Encyclopedia: 1st millennium BC Updated 131 days 15 hours 46 minutes ago.
(3rd millennium BC – 2nd millennium BC – 1st millennium BC – other millennia) Events Second dynasty of Babylon First Bantu migrations from west Africa The Cushites drive the original inhabitants from Ethiopia, and establish trade relations with Egypt.
(1st millennium BC – 1st millennium – 2nd millennium – other millennia) Events Beginning of Christianity (30s) and Islam (7th century) London founded by Romans as Londinium Diaspora of the Jews The Olympic Games observed until 393 The Library of Alexandria, largest library in the world, burned Rise and fall of the Roman...
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 Millennium - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This ordinal numbering is still present in the names of the millennia and centuries, for example 1st Millennium or the 20th century, and sometimes in the names of decades, e.g.
Those holding that the new millennium should be celebrated in the transition from 2000 to 2001 (i.e.
The majority of "millennium" celebrations were held at midnight on December 31 1999 / January 1 2000 reflecting the popular mood.
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A millennium is a period of one thousand consecutive years.
Others argued that under the Gregorian Calendar centuries should be observed at the first numerical departure from the previous millennium (ie: we are in a new millennium when we stop being in the 1900s).
Millennium was also a suspenseful television series, produced by the creators of The X-Files and set during the run-up to the new millennium (it premiered in 1996).
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 Learn more about 1st millennium AD in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 Akkadian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Further evidence of an original VSO or SVO ordering can be found in the fact that direct and indirect object pronouns are suffixed to the verb.
Word order seems to have shifted to SVO/VSO late in the 1st millennium BC to the 1st millennium AD, possibly under the influence of Aramaic.
Among the works written in Akkadian cuneiform are the Epic of Gilgamesh and the Atrahasis Epic.
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 3rd millennium 1st Jan 2001
Most of the travel industry was selling flights, hotels and vacations on the premise that 1/Jan/2000 is the new millennium, and that the year 2000 is the first year of the new millennium.
The 1st century began in the year 1 and ended in the year 100.
And it follows that the second millennium begins on January 1st 2001 and will end at the end of the year 3000.
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 Pre Colombian America
There, the Chavín style (which reached its height from about 800 bc to about 400 bc), with its jaguar motifs, was succeeded in the Classic period (1st millennium ad) by one of the finest pre-Columbian potteries, that of the Mochica culture of the north coast.
This ceramic figure made about ad 600-800 is a representation of a maize god with jewelry made of kernels and an elaborate headdress.
In the Mississippi Valley the Mound Builders of the 1st millennium bc produced painted, modeled, and incised ware.
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 Athena Review 3,1: Original Sources: The Buried Silk Road Cities of Khotan
In the 10th century AD, the region witnessed the weakening of the T’ang dynasty in the East and invasions by Arabs in the West, who brought Islam to the area at the expense of Buddhist practices and art.
Another clue that the Khotan region flourished for centuries in the 1st millennium AD is the abundance of precious stones.
Aramaic, meanwhile, became an international language during the 1st millennium BC and the root of many new languages, as it was carried with travellers and traders from the eastern Mediterranean spreading east, south, and north.
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 1st century BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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The 1st century BC starts on January 1, 100 BC and ends on December 31, 1 BC.
(2nd millennium BC - 1st millennium BC - 1st millennium AD)
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 1st millennium AD
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The Olympic games are observed until 393 AD
Viking raids become common in northern Europe from 800-1000 AD
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 History of ASIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
After another lengthy gap, in about the 11th century AD, members of the largest Dravidian community, the Tamils, move into Sri Lanka from southern India and settle in the north of the island.
In the 1st century BC Indian traders penetrate Burma.
Early in the next millennium their turn will come, first with minor groups gaining territory in northern China and then with the violent eruption of the Mongols.
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 Compudava - About Moldova   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Their forefathers, the Thracian tribes, had populated a larger area as early as the 2nd millennium BC.
In the 1st century BC, as the Roman empire was expanding and Roman provinces were being created in Pannonia, Dalmatia, Moesia and Thracia, the Danube became the border between the Roman Empire and the Dacian world along 1,500 Km.
After the empire split in 395 AD, they stayed in the sphere of the Byzantine Empire, which was later transformed into the Eastern Roman Empire.
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 ninemsn Encarta - Celts
Celts, a people who dominated much of western and central Europe in the 1st millennium bc, giving their language, customs, and religion to the other peoples of that area.
Between the 5th and 1st centuries bc, Celtic influence extended from Spain to the shores of the Black Sea.
The Celts of northern Italy were eventually subjugated by the Romans in the 2nd century bc; Transalpine Gaul (much of southern France) was subdued by Julius Caesar in the 1st century bc, and most of Britain came under Roman rule in the 1st century ad.
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 Search Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Mauritania -> History Early History through Colonialism By the beginning of the 1st millennium AD Sanhaja Berbers had migrated into Mauritania, pushing the fl African inhabitants (especially the Soninké) southward toward the Senegal River.
Morocco -> History Early History to the Nineteenth Century Berbers inhabited Morocco at the end of the 2d millennium BC In Roman times Morocco was roughly coextensive with the province of Mauretania Tingitania.
AD four bishoprics were created in the province.
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The sijdda society that developed during the 1st millennium AD was organised to achieve co-operation among specialised task groups, redistribution and satisfactory exchange relationships with outsiders.
Until recent centuries the dominant economy of the inland regions was wild reindeer hunting, and seasonal use of the mountains was connected with the fur trade during the millennium that ended with the onset of intensive pastoral nomadism in the 17th century.
Hook-shaped iron anchors are known from southern England as early as the 1st century AD (McGrail 1998: 254), but nothing similar exists from Scandinavia until the small anchor found in the Oseberg ship burial of 834 (Brøgger and Shetelig 1953: 98).
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 MSN Encarta - Celts
Between the 5th and 1st centuries bc, their influence extended from what is now Spain to the shores of the Black Sea.
The “Cisalpine Gauls” of northern Italy were conquered by the Romans in the 2nd century bc; Transalpine Gaul (modern France and the Rhineland) was subdued by Julius Caesar in the 1st century bc, and most of Britain came under Roman rule in the 1st century ad.
The Christian faith was well established in Celtic Britain by the 4th century ad, but in the 5th century the Saxons and other Germanic peoples invaded the country, driving most of the Celtic Christians into Wales and Cornwall.
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 Fluent NEWS - Spring 2004 - CFD in the 1st Millennium AD
CFD in the 1st Millennium AD By Gavin Tabor, School of Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Exeter, Exeter, Devon, UK
(also from the University of Exeter) have uncovered an extensive, yet previously unknown, iron-producing industry dating to the 1st Millennium AD.
The industry displayed a high degree of organization and produced high quality iron and steel, which was traded throughout the region, reaching as far as the Islamic world.
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 1st millennium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 1st millennium AD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 1st millennium AD - Wikipedia
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 Coins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This is the first of my three millennium coins (the third is simply a year 2000 quarter).
It is from the Byzantine Empire, Ruler--Basil II Bulgaroktonos (976-1025 AD).
It is a colonial (from Edessa in Macedonia) bronze of Augustus (27 BC-14 AD, successor of Julius Caesar, founder of the Julian Calendar which, with some 16th c.
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 1st Millennium AD Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 1st millennium BC -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 2nd millennium AD: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about 2nd millennium AD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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But it seems that at Hammat al Qa other 3rd and 2nd millennium BC sites in the Yemen highlands conditions were sufficiently moist for terraced fields to have been in use on slopes that today cannot be farmed because they are too dry.
Towards the end of the 3rd millennium BC Indian Ocean cores suggest an input of dust around 2300-2200 BC, which I suspect results from a phase of wind blown dust, either from interior Arabia or from the Fertile Crescent.
This is in part because abstraction of water from long canals (along the Balikh and Khabur rivers) would have decreased the discharge of rivers during the 2nd and 1st millennia BC and 1st millennia AD (but varying from place to place).
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 1st millennium AD
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 Facts on Africa | History | Eastern Africa
AD 100), which described the commercial life of the region and its ties to the world beyond Africa.
Indonesian immigrants reached Madagascar during the 1st millennium AD bringing new foodstuffs, notably bananas, which soon spread throughout the continent.
Bantu-speaking peoples settled in the immediate interior in clan-oriented polities, absorbing the Khoisan peoples, and Nilotic peoples occupied the so-called interlacustrine, or interlake, areas further inland.
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 Tiruchirapalli   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Trichy's long history goes back to before the Christian era when it was a Chola citadel.
During the 1st millennium AD, both the Pallavas the Pandyas took power many times before the Cholas regained control in the 10th century.
When the Chola empire finally decayed, Trichy came into the realm of the Vijayanagar emperors of Hampi until their defeat in 1565 AD by the forces of the Deccan sultans.
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 Minerva Magazine Online - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Having survived the centuries, not least the regional earthquakes of AD 178 and 262, the site is excellently preserved beneath alluvial soils.
Similarly, the 300-hectare city of Gur, first capital of the Sasanian dynasty founded by Ardashir I (AD 224-241), is being irreparably damaged by irrigation, ploughing, and land leveling.
A similar picture has emerged at Aveh in Central Province, where a 100-hectare site dating between the fourth millennium BC and the Early Islamic era is being targeted by what are termed an ‘international gang of smugglers’ trading on-site with looters.
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