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37th century BC

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37th century BC

Millennium: 4th millennium BC
Centuries:
Decades: 3690s BC 3680s BC 3670s BC 3660s BC 3650s BC
3640s BC 3630s BC 3620s BC 3610s BC 3600s BC
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EstablishmentsDisestablishments

Events

Map of Minoan Crete
  • In the south of England, a rapid expansion of monument building occurred around 3700 BC.[1]
  • In the city of Uruk, southern Mesopotamia, groups of tokens representing commercial transactions begin to be enclosed in hollow clay balls and kept in archives.[2]
  • The Maykop culture, a major Bronze Age archaeological culture in the Western Caucasus region of Southern Russia, began around 3700 BC.
  • Lothal Advanced Civilization in India (3700 BCE).

References

  1. ^ "Archaeology dating technique uncovers 'property boom' of 3700 BC".  
  2. ^ "From lumps of clay to arithmetic and grammar".   (subscription required)
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