1. of the period before the Common Era; preferred by some writers who are not Christians
    in 200 BCE
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  • Between the years 133 and 70 B.C.E., the tribunate was used by a number of men for reforms.
  • Known as far back as 400 B.C.E. Greece, comfrey is an extraordinary plant whose name derives from the Latin conferva, meaning "water plant healer. Mother Earth News Latest 10 Articles
  • Of particular significance to ancient Arabia was the domestication of the dromedary (one-humped camel) in the southern part of the peninsula between 3000 and 2500 B.C.E.
  • For example, spending problems began to be evident in the early years of the Roman Empire, and they became huge in the third century C.E. Perhaps as early as the third century B.C.E., Rome began minting a gold coin that came to be known as the aureus. Forbes.com: News
  • These Mesolithic cultures (Mesolithic, meaning “Middle Stone Age, ” describes post–Ice Age European hunter-gatherers) achieved some degree of social complexity in Scandinavia, where richly decorated individuals were buried in cemeteries by 5500 B.C.E. These same cultures were the indigenous societies of Europe, farmers who first spread north and west across central Europe from the Balkans after 4500 B.C.E. 1 3. Mesolithic Hunter-Gatherers in Europe
  • Archaeological evidence dating back to the third millennium B.C.E. indicates that the main island probably was settled by Sumerians.
  • T. Livius (Livy, 64 B.C.E. –12 C.E.) capped the annalistic tradition by writing a monumental history of Rome from its origin. 3. Civil War and Renewal, 70 B.C.E.-14 C.E
  • B.C.E., the word "case-harden" didn't forge its way into the English language until the late Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
  • Psalm 137, one of the most evocative in the psalter, speaks from the perspective of the Israelites driven into exile and slavery after the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem in 587 B.C.E.
  • Shelomith was the daughter of Zerubbabel, a governor (c. 520 – 510 b.c.e.) of the postexilic province of Yehud. Shelomith 2: Bible.
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