21 de nov. de 2023 · List of years This page indexes the individual years pages. Each year is ordered. 1st millennium BC 7th century BC 700 699 698 697 696 695 694 693 692 691 690 689 688 687 686 685 684 683 682 681 680 679 678 677 676 675 674 673 672 671 670 669 668 667
Há 4 dias · Archaeological discoveries suggest that trade routes between Mesopotamia and the Indus were active during the 3rd millennium BCE, leading to the development of Indus–Mesopotamia relations. Boat with direction-finding birds to find land. Model of Mohenjo-daro tablet, 2500–1750 BCE.(National Museum, New Delhi).
Há 1 dia · Proto-Celtic and Proto-Italic may have developed from Indo-European languages coming from Central Europe to Western Europe after the 3rd millennium BCE Yamnaya migrations into the Danube Valley,   while Proto-Germanic and Proto-Balto-Slavic may have developed east of the Carpathian mountains, in present-day Ukraine,  moving north and sp...
Há 2 dias · Map detailing the approximate locations of regions and kingdoms that are known from Mesopotamian written evidence of the third millennium BC. In the middle third millennium BC, Elam emerged as a powerful political entity in the area of southern Lorestan and northern Khuzestan.
Há 6 dias · Habitat loss and predation by introduced dogs, pigs, and rats.  1830s-1840s Engraving of a Réunion giant tortoise by Johann David Schoepf (1792). Last record. Common name. Binomial name. Former range. Declared extinct. Causes.
Há 6 dias · It was the first domesticated equid in the region and became the most important beast of burden in the Near East (the dromedary was only domesticated in the 3rd millennium BC, in Arabia). With its high transport capacity (about double that of a human), it enabled the further development of trade over short and long distances.
Há 2 dias · The final volume on the history and philology of third millennium BC Mesopotamia of the ESF-funded ARCANE-project (Associated Regional Chronologies for the Ancient Near East and the Eastern Mediterranean), for example, did not list any of the pre-Sargonic rulers from the SKL in its chronological tables unless their existence was ...