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Events[edit  edit source]
 Varna Necropolis: what have been claimed to be the earliestknown worked gold artifacts are manufactured.
 Malta: Construction of the Ħaġar Qim megalithic temples, featuring both solar and lunar alignments. "Tarxien period" of megalithic temple construction reaches its apex.
 c. 3150 BC — Narmer (First Dynasty) started to rule in Ancient Egypt.
 Ancient Egypt: Earliest known Egyptian hieroglyphs, beginning of the Early Dynastic Period.
 c. 3125 BC — Narmer died.
 Crete: Rise of Minoan civilization.
 Neolithic settlement built at Skara Brae in the Orkney Islands, Scotland. (pictured)
 New Stone Age people in Ireland build the 250,000 ton (226,796.2 tonne) Newgrange solar oriented passage tomb.
Significant persons[edit  edit source]
 Enoch, son of Jared, (3138 BC–2873 BC?) according to the Hebrew Calendar
 Narmer, successor of King Scorpion and founder of the First dynasty of Ancient Egypt
Inventions, discoveries, introductions[edit  edit source]
 3114 BC — According to the most widelyaccepted correlations between the Western calendar and the calendar systems of preColumbian Mesoamerica, the mythical starting point of the current Mesoamerican Long Count calendar cycle occurs in this year.^{[1]} The Long Count calendar, used and refined most notably by the Maya civilization but also attested in some other (earlier) Mesoamerican cultures, consisted of a series of interlocked cycles or periods of daycounts, which mapped out a linear sequence of days from a notional starting point. The system originated sometime in the Mid– to Late Preclassic period of Mesoamerican chronology, during the latter half of the 1st millennium BC.^{[2]} The starting point of the most commonly used highestorder cycle^{[3]} Although it is still contended which of these three dates forms the actual starting base of the Long Count, the correlation to one of this triad of dates is definitively accepted by almost all contemporary Mayanists. All other earlier or later correlation proposals are now discounted.^{[4]}
 3102 BC — Year 0 of the Kali Yuga begins.
 c. 3100 BC the earliest phase of Stonehenge construction begins.
Decades and years[edit  edit source]
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[[::CenturiesCenturies]] and [[::MillenniaMillennia]]
Millennium  Century  

Before Christ / Before Common Era (BC/BCE)  
[[::4th millennium BC4th]]:  [[::40th century BC40th]]  [[::39th century BC39th]]  [[::38th century BC38th]]  [[::37th century BC37th]]  [[::36th century BC36th]]  [[::35th century BC35th]]  [[::34th century BC34th]]  [[::33rd century BC33rd]]  [[::32nd century BC32nd]]  [[::31st century BC31st]] 
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Anno Domini / Common Era (AD/CE)  
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Notes[edit  edit source]
 ^ See Finley (2002), Houston (1989, pp.49–51), Miller and Taube (1993, pp.50–52), Schele and Freidel (1990, pp.430 et seq.), Voss (2006, p.138), Wagner (2006, pp.281–283). Note that Houston 1989 mistakenly writes "3113 BC" (when "3113" is meant), and Miller and Taube 1993's mention of "2 August" is a (presumed) erratum.
 ^ Miller and Taube (1993, p.50), Schele and Freidel (1990)
 ^ Most commonly used in the Classic period Maya inscriptions; some other Maya calendar; sources which have used this 584285 correlation include Houston (1989, p.51), and in particular Schele and Freidel (1990, pp.430 et seq.). See also commentary by Finley (2002), who although making an assessment that the "[584285 correlation] is now more popular with Mayanists", expresses a personal preference for the 584283 correlation.
 ^ See survey by Finley (2002).
References[edit  edit source]
 Finley, Michael (2002). "The Correlation Question". The Real Maya Prophecies: Astronomy in the Inscriptions and Codices. Maya Astronomy. http://members.shaw.ca/mjfinley/corr.html. Retrieved 20070604.
 Miller, Mary; and Karl Taube (1993). The Gods and Symbols of Ancient Mexico and the Maya. London: Thames and Hudson. ISBN 0500050686.
 Schele, Linda; and David Freidel (1990). A Forest of Kings: The Untold Story of the Ancient Maya. New York: William Morrow. ISBN 0688074561.
 Voss, Alexander (2006). "Astronomy and Mathematics". In Nikolai Grube (Ed.). Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest. Eva Eggebrecht and Matthias Seidel (assistant eds.). Cologne: Könemann Press. pp. pp.130–143. ISBN 3833119578. OCLC 71165439.
 Wagner, Elizabeth (2006). "Maya Creation Myths and Cosmography". In Nikolai Grube (ed.). Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest. Eva Eggebrecht and Matthias Seidel (Assistant Eds.). Cologne: Könemann Press. pp. pp.280–293. ISBN 3833119578. OCLC 71165439.
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