Übersetzung für 'BCE' von Englisch nach Deutsch
biochemical engineering <BCE>
Biochemietechnik {f}
basal-cell epithelioma <BCE> [Epithelioma basocellulare]
Basalzellepitheliom {n}
before the Christian Era {adv} <BCE, B.C.E.>vor unserer Zeitrechnung <v. u. Z.>
before the Common Era {adv} <BCE, B.C.E.>vor unserer Zeitrechnung <v. u. Z.>
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  • are in the "Chuci" and "Shanhaijing", two Chinese classic texts containing Warring States period (475 BCE – 221 BCE) materials compiled during the Han Dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE).
  • Later evidence of human habitation includes pollen dated to 4600 BCE, seeds from 2600 BCE, and evidence of maize cultivation from 2000 BCE.
  • During the Han Dynasty (202 BCE – 220 CE), statesmen Huo Guang (d.
  • ... 2nd century BCE) was a queen of the Seleucid Empire by marriage to Demetrius II Nicator.
  • Together with evidence of the rite of Adonai in the Liber Linteus in the 7th column, there is a strong likelihood that the ritual was practiced in (at least) the southern part of Etruria from at least circe 500 bce through the second century bce (depending on one's dating of the Liber Linteus).

  • The inscription is datable to the late 3rd to early 2nd century bce, so near 200.
  • Minor Chinese and sinicized states and polities continued to exist well into the Warring States Era, such as Shu (annexed by Qin in 316 BCE), Zhongshan (annexed by Zhao in 296 BCE), Song (annexed by Qi in 286 BCE), Lu (annexed by Chu in 256 or 249 BCE).
  • Several names of theorists are known before these works, including Pythagoras (c. 570 – c. 495 BCE), Philolaus (c. 470 – c. 385 BCE), Archytas (428–347 BCE), and others.
  • Chalcolithic (2000-1000 BCE), Iron Age (1000-400 BCE) and early historic period (400-200 BCE).
  • –2599? BCE), King Tang of Shang (r. 1617?–1588?

  • Agde (525 BCE) is one of the oldest towns in France, after Béziers (575 BCE) and Marseille (600 BCE).
  • In the Aïr Mountains region of Niger, copper was independently smelted between 3000 BCE and 2500 BCE. By 1500 BCE, the quality of the smelting process became more developed.
  • The legion was stationed in Hispania Tarraconensis from 25 to 13 BCE.
  • was a Hasmonean (Maccabean) leader and Jewish high priest of the 2nd century BCE (born 164 BCE, reigned from 134 BCE until his death in 104 BCE).
  • "Masudpur" is an early Harappan (4600 BCE - 2800 BCE), mature Harappan (2600 BCE - 1400 BCE) and late Harappan (after 1400 BCE) Indus Valley civilization site.

  • The first textual references to "avoiding grains/cereals" are found in Chinese classics from the Warring States period (475–221 BCE), Qin Dynasty (221 BCE–206 BCE), and Han Dynasty (206 BCE–220 CE).
  • ] BCE to 483 BCE, but more recent research dates his death to between 486 and 483 BCE or, according to others, between 411 and 400 BCE (or between 623 and 624 BCE).
  • Activity in this area is known to date from 3,500 bce as a log boat was discovered in nearby Shardlow which contained stones quarried at King's Mill.
  • The territory of present-day Oklahoma was long settled by ancient cultures of prehistoric American Indians, including the Clovis, 11500 BCE; Folsom, 10600 BCE; and Plainview, 10000 BCE cultures.
  • The Sotades Painter ("fl." 470 BCE&ndash;450 BCE) was a 5th-century BCE Athenian vase painter, "one of the most familiar names in vase painting".

  • ] BCE). Following the reorganisation of satraps by Darius I, he was succeeded by Megabazus (circa 500 BCE) and then his son Oebares II ([...] BCE) and Artabazus (479 BCE), who established the Persian Pharnacid dynasty, which would rule Hellespontine Phrygia until the conquests of Alexander the Great (338 BCE).
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