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750 BC

Millennium:
1st millennium BC

Centuries:

9th century BC
8th century BC
7th century BC

Decades:

770s BC
760s BC
750s BC
740s BC
730s BC

Years:

753 BC
752 BC
751 BC
750 BC
749 BC
748 BC
747 BC

750 BC by topic

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750 BC in various calendars

Gregorian calendar
750 BC
DCCXLIX BC

Ab urbe condita
4

Ancient Egypt era
XXV dynasty, 3

– Pharaoh
Piye, 3

Ancient Greek era
7th Olympiad, year 3

Assyrian calendar
4001

Bengali calendar
−1342

Berber calendar
201

Buddhist calendar
−205

Burmese calendar
−1387

Byzantine calendar
4759–4760

Chinese calendar
庚寅年 (Metal Tiger)
1947 or 1887
    — to —
辛卯年 (Metal Rabbit)
1948 or 1888

Coptic calendar
−1033 – −1032

Discordian calendar
417

Ethiopian calendar
−757 – −756

Hebrew calendar
3011–3012

Hindu calendars

 - Vikram Samvat
−693 – −692

 - Shaka Samvat
N/A

 - Kali Yuga
2351–2352

Holocene calendar
9251

Iranian calendar
1371 BP – 1370 BP

Islamic calendar
1413 BH – 1412 BH

Javanese calendar
N/A

Julian calendar
N/A

Korean calendar
1584

Minguo calendar
2661 before ROC
民前2661年

Nanakshahi calendar
−2217

Thai solar calendar
−207 – −206

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Contents

1 Events

1.1 Asia Minor
1.2 Italy

2 Births
3 Deaths
4 References

Events[edit]
Asia Minor[edit]

King Sardur II shows the cities in the kingdom of Urartu strengthen against the Cimmerians.

Italy[edit]

The Ionian Greeks found the cities of Cumae and Naples in the Gulf of Naples.
Romulus, the legendary co-founder of Rome, holds the first Roman triumph to celebrate a military victory following the Rape of the Sabine Women.

Births[edit]

Deaths[edit]

References[edit]

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