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  • c. prehistoric - c. 12,000 BCE
    The Palaeolithic (or Old Stone Age) period, ranging from c. 2,6 million years ago until c. 12,000 years ago.
  • c. prehistoric
    Altamira Cave: Solutrean Period occupations.
  • c. prehistoric - c. 10,000 BCE
    Altamira Cave: Magdalenian Period occupations.
  • prehistoric - 3,500 BCE
    Lithic or Archaic Period in South America.
  • c. 14,500 BCE - c. 300 BCE
    Jomon Period in Japan.
  • 14,500 BCE - 5,000 BCE
    The Incipient phase of the Jomon Period, earliest known pottery in the world made during this time.
  • 7,000 BCE - 2,000 BCE
    The Archaic Period in Mesoamerica during which hunter-gatherer culture moved toward agriculture.
  • c. 6,000 BCE - c. 3,150 BCE
    Anubis is developed as a god of the dead during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
  • c. 6,000 BCE - c. 3,150 BCE
    Heka develops during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
  • c. 6,000 BCE - c. 3,150 BCE
    The sacred bull which is later known as Apis worshiped during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
  • c. 6,000 BCE - c. 3,150 BCE
    Uat-Ur mentioned in latter Predynastic Period in Egypt as name for Mediterranean Sea.
  • c. 6,000 BCE - c. 3,150 BCE
    Art develops in Egypt during the Pre-Dynastic Period.
  • c. 6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE
    The Predynastic Period in Egypt.
  • c. 6,000 BCE - c. 3,150 BCE
    Rulers of the Predynastic Period of Egypt known as "Followers of Horus".
  • c. 6,000 BCE - c. 3,150 BCE
    Djed symbol in use during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
  • c. 6,000 BCE - c. 3,150 BCE
    Worship of Osiris begins in Pre-Dynastic Period of Egypt.
  • c. 6,000 BCE - c. 3,150 BCE
    Nepthys is a popular goddess during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
  • 5,000 BCE - 3,000 BCE
    The Early phase of the Jomon Period.
  • c. 5,000 BCE - 4,100 BCE
    The Ubaid Period in Sumer.
  • c. 4,500 BCE
    Mother Goddess, precursor to Ninhursag, worshipped in Mesopotamia during Ubaid Period.
  • 4,100 BCE - 2,900 BCE
    Uruk Period in Sumer.
  • 4,100 BCE - 2,900 BCE
    Uruk Period in Mesopotamia. First cities.
  • 3,500 BCE - 1,800 BCE
    Preceramic or Formative Period in South America.
  • c. 3,500 BCE - c. 3,100 BCE
    Period V - Writing, crafts and pottery produced. Beer and wine brewed.
  • c. 3,300 BCE - 2,600 BCE
    Neolithic site of Barnhouse Settlement occupied.
  • c. 3,200 BCE - 2,700 BCE
    Proto-Elamite period.
  • c. 3,200 BCE - 3,150 BCE
    Naqada III Period Culture in Ancient Egypt.
  • c. 3,150 BCE - c. 2,613 BCE
    Heka appears in inscriptions during the Early Dynastic Period in Egypt.
  • c. 3,150 BCE - c. 30 BCE
    Worship of Seshat in ancient Egypt from the Early Dynastic Period through the Ptolemaic Dynasty.
  • c. 3,150 BCE - c. 495 CE
    Apis worshiped in Egypt from the Early Dynastic Period through most of the Roman Period.
  • c. 3,150 BCE
    The Narmer Palette is created, a high point in Egyptian art of the period.
  • c. 3,150 BCE - c. 2,613 BCE
    First Obelisks created in Egypt during the Early Dynastic Period.
  • c. 3,150 BCE - c. 2,613 BCE
    Artwork becomes more elaborate during the Early Dynastic Period.
  • 3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE
    The Early Dynastic Period in Egypt; beginning of historic dynasties.
  • c. 3,150 BCE - c. 2,613 BCE
    Set is worshiped as a hero-god during Early Dynastic Period of Egypt.
  • 3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE
  • c. 3,150 BCE - c. 2,613 BCE
    Ankh symbol appears during the Early Dynastic Period in Egypt.
  • c. 3,150 BCE - c. 2,613 BCE
    Kings of the Early Dynastic Period associate themselves with Horus.
  • c. 3,150 BCE
    Serket associated with the Scorpion Kings of the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
  • c. 3,150 BCE - c. 2,613 BCE
    Neith is worshiped as a war goddess during the Early Dynastic Period in Egypt.
  • c. 3,100 BCE - c. 2,500 BCE
    Megalithic Period in which majority of standing stone sites were constructed.
  • c. 3,000 BCE - c. 2,800 BCE
    The Neolithic chambered cairn known as Maeshowe constructed and in use.
  • c. 3,000 BCE
    Aegina inhabited during Neolithic period.
  • c. 3,000 BCE - c. 2,650 BCE
    Period IV - elaborate architecture, metal working. Godin Tepe invaded c. 2400 BCE.
  • 3,000 BCE - 1,000 BCE
    The Middle phase of the Jomon Period.
  • c. 2,950 BCE - c. 2,650 BCE
    The first of the city phases of the Syro-Mesopotamian city of Mari. This period is called "City I" in the archaeological literature.
  • c. 2,900 BCE - 2,700 BCE
    Nisaba first attested to as a grain goddess during the Early Dynastic Period I.
  • 2,900 BCE - 2,334 BCE
    The Early Dynastic Period in Sumer.
  • 2,900 BCE - 2,700 BCE
    Enlil first mentioned as Sumerian god during the Early Dynastic Period I in Mesopotamia.
  • 2,900 BCE - 2,334 BCE
    Early Dynastic Period in Sumer.
  • c. 2,900 BCE - 2,700 BCE
    Ninhursag first appears in written works during the Early Dynastic Period I in Mesopotamia.
  • c. 2,890 BCE - c. 2,670 BCE
    Seshat first mentioned as goddess of writing and measurement in the 2nd Dynasty of the Early Dynastic Period of Egypt.
  • 2,700 BCE - 1,600 BCE
    Old Elamite period.
  • c. 2,630 BCE - 2,613 BCE
    Reign of King Huni in Egypt, last ruler of the Third Dynasty, Early Dynastic Period.
  • c. 2,613 BCE - c. 2,181 BCE
    Egyptian Literature develops during the period of the Old Kingdom.
  • c. 2,613 BCE - c. 2,181 BCE
    Images of Bes first appear in the period of the Old Kingdom of Egypt.
  • c. 2,613 BCE - c. 2,181 BCE
    Serket is invoked in protective spells during the period of the Old Kingdom in Egypt.
  • c. 2,613 BCE - c. 2,181 BCE
    The Period of the Old Kingdom of Egypt.
  • c. 2,613 BCE - c. 2,181 BCE
    The goddess Ma'at first appears during the period of the Old Kingdom in Egypt.
  • c. 2,613 BCE - c. 2,181 BCE
    Anubis is the sole God of the Dead during the Old Kingdom period in Egypt.
  • c. 2,600 BCE - 2,350 BCE
    Enki appears in literature during the Early Dynastic Period IIIa of Mesopotamian History.
  • c. 2,600 BCE - c. 1,600 BCE
    Period III - Godin Tepe at its height with flourishing trade, advances in metal working and arts. Most populous area in the region until destroyed by earthquake.
  • c. 2,550 BCE - c. 2,220 BCE
    The second of three city phases of the Syro-Mesopotamian city of Mari. This period is called 'City II' in the archaeological literature.
  • c. 2,500 BCE - c. 2,000 BCE
    The Balnuaran of Clava (Clava Cairns) is built.
  • 2,334 BCE - 2,218 BCE
    Ereshkigal referenced in fragments from the period of the Mesopotamian empire of Akkad.
  • c. 2,220 BCE - c. 1,761 BCE
    The third and final city phase of the Syro-Mesopotamian city of Mari. This period is called 'City III' in the archaeological literature.
  • 2,218 BCE - 2,047 BCE
    The Gutian Period in Sumer.
  • c. 2,181 BCE - c. 2,040 BCE
    Capital of Egypt moves from Memphis to Herakleopolis during the First Intermediate Period.
  • c. 2,181 BCE - c. 2,040 BCE
  • 2,181 BCE - 2,040 BCE
    Art is mass produced during the First Intermediate period of Egypt.
  • c. 2,061 BCE - c. 2,010 BCE
    Reign of Mentuhotep II of Thebes who unites Egypt under central rule and initiates the period of the Middle Kingdom.
  • 2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE
    Nanna is especially popular during the Ur III Period, seen as judge of the dead.
  • 2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE
    Last mentioned as goddess associated with city of Eresh during Ur III Period.
  • 2,047 BCE - 1,700 BCE
    Ur III Period in which Gudea is worshipped as a god for his piety and Nanshe remains a popular goddess.
  • 2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE
    The Ur III Period in Sumer. Great Wall of Uruk still standing.
  • 2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE
    Ur III Period in Sumer.
  • 2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE
    The Ur III Period in Sumer, known as the Sumerian Renaissance.
  • c. 2,047 BCE - c. 1,750 BCE
    Gula first attested to during the Ur III Period in Mesopotamian History.
  • 2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE
    Assur is first attested to during the Ur III Period of Mesopotamian History.
  • 2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE
    Meslamtaea becomes Nergal/Erra during the Ur III Period of Mesopotamian history.
  • c. 2,040 BCE - c. 1,782 BCE
    The Admonitions of Ipuwer probably composed in latter part of the period of Egypt's Middle Kingdom.
  • 2,000 BCE - 1,600 BCE
    Older dog goddess Bau becomes healing goddess Gula during the Old Babylonian Period in Mesopotamia.
  • c. 2,000 BCE - c. 1,700 BCE
    First Minoan Palatial period.
  • c. 2,000 BCE - 1,600 BCE
    Amorite period in Mesopotamia.
  • c. 2,000 BCE - c. 1,450 BCE
    Minoan Palatial period at Zakros.
  • c. 2,000 BCE - 1,600 BCE
    Ereshkigal grows in popularity during the Old Babylonian Period.
  • c. 1,830 BCE - c. 1,760 BCE
    The Amorite period of Mari.
  • c. 1,800 BCE - c. 1,750 BCE
    Probable period of composition for The Queen of the Night in southern Mesopotamia.
  • 1,800 BCE - 750 BCE
    Intial Period in South America.
  • c. 1,782 BCE - c. 1,570 BCE
    Art is influenced by the Hyksos and Nubians during the Second Intermediate Period of Egypt.
  • 1,782 BCE - c. 1,570 BCE
    Westcar Papyrus dated to Second Intermediate Period in Egypt.
  • c. 1,782 BCE - c. 1,570 BCE
  • c. 1,782 BCE - c. 1,570 BCE
    The Hyksos reign in Lower Egypt during the Second Intermediate Period.
  • c. 1,782 BCE - c. 1,570 BCE
    London Medical Papyrus written during the Second Intermediate Period.
  • c. 1,595 BCE
    Nabu regarded as the son of Marduk during the Kassite Period in Babylon.
  • c. 1,570 BCE
    Hyksos are driven from Egypt by Ahmose I who initiates the period of the New Kingdom.
  • c. 1,570 BCE - c. 1,069 BCE
    Extant papyrus copy of earlier text of The Admonitions of Ipuwer created during the New Kingdom period of Egypt. .
  • 1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE
    Serket included in some versions of the Osiris Myth during the period of the New Kingdom in Egypt.
  • 1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE
    Set is firmly associated with the Osiris Myth as murderer and usurper during the New Kingdom Period in Egypt.
  • c. 1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE
    Seshat associated with the pharaoh during the period of the New Kingdom in Egypt. .
  • 1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE
    The Egyptian Book of the Dead printed on demand throughout Egypt; book is a best-seller from period of the New Kingdom onwards.
  • 1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE
    Widespread popularity of Bes during the period of the New Kingdom of Egypt.
  • c. 1,570 BCE - c. 1,069 BCE
    Obelisks become increasingly popular with pharaohs during the New Kingdom period in Egypt.
  • 770 CE
    Last recorded use of Clava Cairns site in antiquity.
  • 1,850 CE
    Buried Neolithic Age village of Skara Brae uncovered by storm.
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prehistoric - 12,000 BCE: The Palaeolithic (or Old Stone Age) period, ranging from c. 2,6 million years ago until c. 12,000 years ago.
 
prehistoric - prehistoric: Altamira Cave: Solutrean Period occupations.
 
prehistoric - 10,000 BCE: Altamira Cave: Magdalenian Period occupations.
 
prehistoric - 3,500 BCE: Lithic or Archaic Period in South America.
 
14,500 BCE - 300 BCE: Jomon Period in Japan.
 
14,500 BCE - 5,000 BCE: The Incipient phase of the Jomon Period, earliest known pottery in the world made during this time.
 
7,000 BCE - 2,000 BCE: The Archaic Period in Mesoamerica during which hunter-gatherer culture moved toward agriculture.
 
6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE: Anubis is developed as a god of the dead during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
 
6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE: Heka develops during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
 
6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE: The sacred bull which is later known as Apis worshiped during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
 
6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE: Uat-Ur mentioned in latter Predynastic Period in Egypt as name for Mediterranean Sea.
 
6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE: Art develops in Egypt during the Pre-Dynastic Period.
 
6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE: The Predynastic Period in Egypt.
 
 
6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE: Rulers of the Predynastic Period of Egypt known as "Followers of Horus".
 
6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE: Djed symbol in use during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
 
6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE: Worship of Osiris begins in Pre-Dynastic Period of Egypt.
 
6,000 BCE - 3,150 BCE: Nepthys is a popular goddess during the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
 
5,000 BCE - 3,000 BCE: The Early phase of the Jomon Period.
 
5,000 BCE - 4,100 BCE: The Ubaid Period in Sumer.
 
4,500 BCE: Mother Goddess, precursor to Ninhursag, worshipped in Mesopotamia during Ubaid Period.
 
4,100 BCE - 2,900 BCE: Uruk Period in Sumer.
 
4,100 BCE - 2,900 BCE: Uruk Period in Mesopotamia. First cities.
 
3,500 BCE - 1,800 BCE: Preceramic or Formative Period in South America.
 
3,500 BCE - 3,100 BCE: Period V - Writing, crafts and pottery produced. Beer and wine brewed.
 
 
3,300 BCE - 2,600 BCE: Neolithic site of Barnhouse Settlement occupied.
 
3,200 BCE - 2,700 BCE: Proto-Elamite period.
 
3,200 BCE - 3,150 BCE: Naqada III Period Culture in Ancient Egypt.
 
3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE: Heka appears in inscriptions during the Early Dynastic Period in Egypt.
 
 
3,150 BCE - 30 BCE: Worship of Seshat in ancient Egypt from the Early Dynastic Period through the Ptolemaic Dynasty.
 
3,150 BCE - 495 CE: Apis worshiped in Egypt from the Early Dynastic Period through most of the Roman Period.
 
3,150 BCE: The Narmer Palette is created, a high point in Egyptian art of the period.
 
 
3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE: First Obelisks created in Egypt during the Early Dynastic Period.
 
3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE: Artwork becomes more elaborate during the Early Dynastic Period.
 
3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE: The Early Dynastic Period in Egypt; beginning of historic dynasties.
 
3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE: Set is worshiped as a hero-god during Early Dynastic Period of Egypt.
 
 
3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE: Early Dynastic period in Egypt. First Kings.
 
3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE: Ankh symbol appears during the Early Dynastic Period in Egypt.
 
 
3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE: Kings of the Early Dynastic Period associate themselves with Horus.
 
 
3,150 BCE: Serket associated with the Scorpion Kings of the Predynastic Period in Egypt.
 
 
3,150 BCE - 2,613 BCE: Neith is worshiped as a war goddess during the Early Dynastic Period in Egypt.
 
3,100 BCE - 2,500 BCE: Megalithic Period in which majority of standing stone sites were constructed.
 
 
3,000 BCE - 2,800 BCE: The Neolithic chambered cairn known as Maeshowe constructed and in use.
 
3,000 BCE: Aegina inhabited during Neolithic period.
 
3,000 BCE - 2,650 BCE: Period IV - elaborate architecture, metal working. Godin Tepe invaded c. 2400 BCE.
 
3,000 BCE - 1,000 BCE: The Middle phase of the Jomon Period.
 
 
2,950 BCE - 2,650 BCE: The first of the city phases of the Syro-Mesopotamian city of Mari. This period is called "City I" in the archaeological literature.
 
2,900 BCE - 2,700 BCE: Nisaba first attested to as a grain goddess during the Early Dynastic Period I.
 
2,900 BCE - 2,334 BCE: The Early Dynastic Period in Sumer.
 
2,900 BCE - 2,700 BCE: Enlil first mentioned as Sumerian god during the Early Dynastic Period I in Mesopotamia.
 
 
2,900 BCE - 2,334 BCE: Early Dynastic Period in Sumer.
 
2,900 BCE - 2,700 BCE: Ninhursag first appears in written works during the Early Dynastic Period I in Mesopotamia.
 
 
2,890 BCE - 2,670 BCE: Seshat first mentioned as goddess of writing and measurement in the 2nd Dynasty of the Early Dynastic Period of Egypt.
 
2,700 BCE - 1,600 BCE: Old Elamite period.
 
 
2,630 BCE - 2,613 BCE: Reign of King Huni in Egypt, last ruler of the Third Dynasty, Early Dynastic Period.
 
 
2,613 BCE - 2,181 BCE: Egyptian Literature develops during the period of the Old Kingdom.
 
 
2,613 BCE - 2,181 BCE: Images of Bes first appear in the period of the Old Kingdom of Egypt.
 
2,613 BCE - 2,181 BCE: Serket is invoked in protective spells during the period of the Old Kingdom in Egypt.
 
2,613 BCE - 2,181 BCE: The Period of the Old Kingdom of Egypt.
 
2,613 BCE - 2,181 BCE: The goddess Ma'at first appears during the period of the Old Kingdom in Egypt.
 
2,613 BCE - 2,181 BCE: Anubis is the sole God of the Dead during the Old Kingdom period in Egypt.
 
 
2,600 BCE - 2,350 BCE: Enki appears in literature during the Early Dynastic Period IIIa of Mesopotamian History.
 
2,600 BCE - 1,600 BCE: Period III - Godin Tepe at its height with flourishing trade, advances in metal working and arts. Most populous area in the region until destroyed by earthquake.
 
 
2,550 BCE - 2,220 BCE: The second of three city phases of the Syro-Mesopotamian city of Mari. This period is called 'City II' in the archaeological literature.
 
 
2,500 BCE - 2,000 BCE: The Balnuaran of Clava (Clava Cairns) is built.
 
2,334 BCE - 2,218 BCE: Ereshkigal referenced in fragments from the period of the Mesopotamian empire of Akkad.
 
 
2,220 BCE - 1,761 BCE: The third and final city phase of the Syro-Mesopotamian city of Mari. This period is called 'City III' in the archaeological literature.
 
2,218 BCE - 2,047 BCE: The Gutian Period in Sumer.
 
2,181 BCE - 2,040 BCE: Capital of Egypt moves from Memphis to Herakleopolis during the First Intermediate Period.
 
 
2,181 BCE - 2,040 BCE: First Intermediate Period in Egypt.
 
2,181 BCE - 2,040 BCE: Art is mass produced during the First Intermediate period of Egypt.
 
 
2,061 BCE - 2,010 BCE: Reign of Mentuhotep II of Thebes who unites Egypt under central rule and initiates the period of the Middle Kingdom.
 
2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE: Nanna is especially popular during the Ur III Period, seen as judge of the dead.
 
2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE: Last mentioned as goddess associated with city of Eresh during Ur III Period.
 
 
2,047 BCE - 1,700 BCE: Ur III Period in which Gudea is worshipped as a god for his piety and Nanshe remains a popular goddess.
 
 
2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE: The Ur III Period in Sumer. Great Wall of Uruk still standing.
 
2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE: Ur III Period in Sumer.
 
 
2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE: The Ur III Period in Sumer, known as the Sumerian Renaissance.
 
2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE: Gula first attested to during the Ur III Period in Mesopotamian History.
 
2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE: Assur is first attested to during the Ur III Period of Mesopotamian History.
 
2,047 BCE - 1,750 BCE: Meslamtaea becomes Nergal/Erra during the Ur III Period of Mesopotamian history.
 
 
2,040 BCE - 1,782 BCE: The Admonitions of Ipuwer probably composed in latter part of the period of Egypt's Middle Kingdom.
 
2,000 BCE - 1,600 BCE: Older dog goddess Bau becomes healing goddess Gula during the Old Babylonian Period in Mesopotamia.
 
2,000 BCE - 1,700 BCE: First Minoan Palatial period.
 
 
2,000 BCE - 1,600 BCE: Amorite period in Mesopotamia.
 
 
2,000 BCE - 1,450 BCE: Minoan Palatial period at Zakros.
 
2,000 BCE - 1,600 BCE: Ereshkigal grows in popularity during the Old Babylonian Period.
 
 
1,830 BCE - 1,760 BCE: The Amorite period of Mari.
 
 
1,800 BCE - 1,750 BCE: Probable period of composition for The Queen of the Night in southern Mesopotamia.
 
1,800 BCE - 750 BCE: Intial Period in South America.
 
1,782 BCE - 1,570 BCE: Art is influenced by the Hyksos and Nubians during the Second Intermediate Period of Egypt.
 
 
1,782 BCE - 1,570 BCE: Westcar Papyrus dated to Second Intermediate Period in Egypt.
 
1,782 BCE - 1,570 BCE: Second Intermediate Period in Egypt.
 
 
1,782 BCE - 1,570 BCE: The Hyksos reign in Lower Egypt during the Second Intermediate Period.
 
1,782 BCE - 1,570 BCE: London Medical Papyrus written during the Second Intermediate Period.
 
1,595 BCE: Nabu regarded as the son of Marduk during the Kassite Period in Babylon.
 
 
1,570 BCE: Hyksos are driven from Egypt by Ahmose I who initiates the period of the New Kingdom.
 
 
1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE: Extant papyrus copy of earlier text of The Admonitions of Ipuwer created during the New Kingdom period of Egypt. .
 
1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE: Serket included in some versions of the Osiris Myth during the period of the New Kingdom in Egypt.
 
1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE: Set is firmly associated with the Osiris Myth as murderer and usurper during the New Kingdom Period in Egypt.
 
 
1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE: Seshat associated with the pharaoh during the period of the New Kingdom in Egypt. .
 
1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE: The Egyptian Book of the Dead printed on demand throughout Egypt; book is a best-seller from period of the New Kingdom onwards.
 
 
1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE: Widespread popularity of Bes during the period of the New Kingdom of Egypt.
 
 
1,570 BCE - 1,069 BCE: Obelisks become increasingly popular with pharaohs during the New Kingdom period in Egypt.
 
770 CE: Last recorded use of Clava Cairns site in antiquity.
 
 
1,850 CE: Buried Neolithic Age village of Skara Brae uncovered by storm.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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