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1st millennium BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (519 words)
The 1st millennium BC encompasses the Iron Age and sees the rise of successive empires.
Towards the close of the millennium, the Han Dynasty extends Chinese power towards Central Asia, where it borders on Indo-Greek and Iranian states.
World population greatly increases in the course of the millennium, reaching some 170 to 400 million people at its close depending on the estimates used.
Begram Web (1901 words)
The architectural evidence from Begram provides a date of the 1st century CE for the construction of the buildings where the ivory and bone carvings were found.
The discovery of the Tillya-tepe ivory comb dating to the 1st century BCE or, in some scholarsÂ’ opinion, to the early 1st century CE, suggests that commerce in Begram-type ivory and bone objects occurred at least that early and thus provides additional support for a possible 1st century CE date for the Begram objects themselves.
Given the establishment of a consistent 1st century CE dating for all the comparative ivory and bone objects, however, the question in a comparison to stone monumental art should be not whether the ivories might conceivably be dated in separated eras, but rather whether they can be dated contemporaneously.
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