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1 of a wooden hut found at Terra Amata, near Nice in France, was dated to the Mindel Glaciation, or between 450, 000 and 380, 000 BCE.
2 high priestess lived from 2285 to 2250 BCE and many contemporary feminist scholars continuously hold her up as an icon of women's empowerment.
3 Erectus was a tool user (more than a tool-maker), had campsites, and was using fire as early as 3, 000, 000 BCE.
4 Characteristic of the late Jomon period (10, 000–300 BCE) are the striking clay figurines known as dogu, which mostly depict human females and may have functioned as fertility symbols.
5 Its centrality was restored by the conquest and destruction of the northern Kingdom of Israel by the Assyrians in 722 BCE.
6 First evidence of the item was in diagrams on ancient clay tablets: there were pictures of a potter's wheel that was used in Ur in Mesopotamia, c. 3,500 BCE.
7 We do have a victory hymn, a victory hymn that's inscribed on a stele that's a slab of stone — which was erected in the year 1204 BCE.
8 The earliest evidence of a man-made habitat dates to about 2, 000, 000 BCE and comes from Olduvai Gorge in Central Africa.
9 Thus, Aristophanes' (450-388BCE) play Lysistrata can be read as proto-feminist or a parody of women. But let me use a simple example.
10 It can stylistically be compared to fortifications from Aria and Bactria from the first centuries BCE and ce.
11 all Latter-day Saints is the Book of Mormon, which recounts the history of a group of Hebrews, led by the prophet Lehi, who migrated from Jerusalem to America about 600 BCE.
12 Although researchers aren't sure when people first added medicinal herbs to their wine, the earliest written evidence of such wines in ancient Egypt comes from papyri dating to about 1850 B.C.E..
13 Pompey was the general who cleaned the pirates out of the Mediterranean in the first century BCE.
14 And some of these works are referred to as the Apocrypha — so you will have heard that term.These are writings that were composed somewhere around here, sort of 200 BCE to 100 CE.
15 Herod the Great was appointed king by the Roman Senate and he ruled from the year 37 to year 4 BCE.
16 Alexander himself was born in 356, BCE of course.
17 The Romans, when they came on the scene, in the East, and they gradually became more and more powerful, they destroyed Corinth in a big battle in 144 BCE.
18 The Hasmonean Dynasty was in power from the year 165 to the year 60 BCE.
19 The stone, created in 196 BCE, inscribes three translations of a single passage—one each in hieroglyphics, Demotic (an Egyptian script), and classical Greek.
20 Epic of Gilgamesh: as with other ancient texts, historians and literary critics cannot pinpoint the exact date when the Epic of Gilgamesh was written, though it was likely around 2000 BCE.
21 For example, silk has been found in the Valley of the Kings in a tomb of a mummy dating from 1070 BCE.[12]
22 Epic of Etana: Legendary king of Kish Etana is the subject of an epic dating back to around 2600 BCE, though information on the ancient Akkadian story remains sadly scarce on the internet.
23 Scraps of silk were found in a Liangzhu culture site at Qianshanyang in Huzhou, Zhejiang, dating back to 2700 BCE.[1][2]
24 Upper paleolithic huts from Mezin, Ukraine. These huts date to about 10, 000 BCE.
25 Upper paleolithic huts from Mezin, Ukraine. These huts date to about 10,000 BCE.
26 Upper Paleolithic huts from Buret, Siberia. These structures date from about 10, 000 BCE.
27 Code of Ur-Nammu: Written and between 2100 and 2050 BCE, the Code of Ur-Nammu discusses the legal philosophies of the titular Sumerian king.
28 's kind of where the story of the Jews or the Israelites ends at the end of the sixth century BCE.
29 It dates to about 23,000 BCE.
30 the Bible is this assemblage of books and writings we're going to hear very diverse opinions about down to the second century: the last book within the Hebrew Bible was written in the 160s BCE.