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30th century BC

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30th century BC

Millennium: 3rd millennium BC
Decades: 2990s BC 2980s BC 2970s BC 2960s BC 2950s BC
2940s BC 2930s BC 2920s BC 2910s BC 2900s BC
Categories: BirthsDeaths

The 30th century BC is a century which lasted from the year 3000 BC to 2901 BC.


  • Events 1
  • Significant people 2
  • Inventions, discoveries, introductions 3
  • Fiction 4
  • References 5


Stele bearing the name of Djet

Significant people

Inventions, discoveries, introductions


  • ~5,000 years ago: Setting for Dawn of Empire by Sam Barone (the Eskkar Saga book 1)
  • 3157 BC: Setting for Empire Rising by Sam Barone (the Eskkar Saga book 2)[3]
  • In the TV show, Stargate: SG-1, the native people of Earth successfully rebel against the Goa'uld in 2995 BC.
  • 3000 BC: A zombie outbreak in Egypt in The Zombie Survival Guide
  • 3000 BC: The birth of possibly the first mutant in X-Men, En Sabah Nur.
  • 3000 BC (5,000 years ago): The Crystal Gems, led by Rose Quartz, enter open rebellion against the Homeworld Gems over the fate of life on Earth and win, becoming the protectors of Earth in Steven Universe.


  1. ^ Memory and Monuments at the Hill of Tara by Erin McDonald, Chronika Journal
  2. ^ National Geographic, June 2008
  3. ^
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