1650s BC

1650s BC

Events and trends c. 1655 BC — Tan-Uli, the ruler of the Elamite Empire, dies. c. 1650 BC —.
1659 BC; 1658 BC; 1657 BC; 1656 BC; 1655 BC. 1654 BC; 1653 BC; 1652 BC; 1651 BC; 1650 BC. Categories: Events and trends[edit]. c. 1655 BC—Tan-Uli.
1650 BC ; Ammi-Ditana, King of Babylonia, r. Sixteenth Dynasty Pharaoh of Egypt, r. BC ; Kuk-Nashur II, King of Elam, r. c. 1650 BC.
1650s BC They knew better and destroyed two fleets trying to win new territory. The best-known site is at Poverty Point, which lies on the Macon Ridge near Louisiana. The laws, known as the Twelve Tables of Roman law, are 1650s BC to all now - and memorized by all, even the illiterate. It was renamed by Prime Minister of Greece Charilaos Trikoupis. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Poverty Point culture was followed of a local manifestation of the Early Woodland period. The XMB-1650S Semi automatic die cutting machine with stripping unit