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Antequera - History - Bronze Age and Early History
... the Dólmen de Menga and the Dólmen de Viera, dating from the 3rd millennium BC ... The Dólmen del Romeral, which dates from the early 2nd millennium (about 1800 BC), is outside the city ... From the 7th century BC, the region was settled by the Iberians, whose cultural and economic contacts with the Phoenicians and Greeks are demonstrated by many archaeological discoveries ...
Art Pottery - Europe - The Ancient Mediterranean
... Glazed Egyptian faience goes back to the third millennium BC, with painted but unglazed pottery developed even earlier in the Naqada culture ... finds created by the Minoans dating to the third millennium BC, with the original settlement at Akrotiri dating to the fourth millennium BC excavation work continues at the principal ...
Luristan Civilization - History
... In the 3rd and 4th millennium BC, migrant tribes settled down in the mountainous area of the Zagros Mountains ... invaded and settled by the Iranian Medes in the 2nd millennium BC The Medes absorbed the indigenous inhabitants of the region, primarily the Elamites and Kassites, by the time the area was conquered by the Persians ...
Metallurgy During The Copper Age In Europe
... the Copper Age could be situated chronologically between the 5th and 6th millennium BC, in places like the archaeological sites of Majdanpek, Јarmovac and Pločnik (a ...
Timeline Of Prehistoric Scotland - Timeline - Bronze and Iron Ages
... the commencement of the Bronze Age to about 2000 BC the archaeological record shows a decline in the number of large new stone buildings constructed ... grew to perhaps 300,000 in the second millennium BC ... During the 1st millennium BC as the Iron Age emerged from the preceding Bronze Age, it becomes legitimate to talk of a Celtic culture in Scotland ...

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    At the end of one millennium and nine centuries of Christianity, it remains an unshakable assumption of the law in all Christian countries and of the moral judgment of Christians everywhere that if a man and a woman, entering a room together, close the door behind them, the man will come out sadder and the woman wiser.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)