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  1. The naval history of Japan began with early interactions with states on the Asian continent in the 3rd century BCE during the Yayoi period.It reached a pre-modern peak of activity during the 16th century, a time of cultural exchange with European powers and extensive trade with the Asian continent.

  2. 450 BC, Decemvirate of Appius Claudius Crassus: Appius and Virginia: John Webster (and [?] Thomas Heywood) written c. 1626: 63–62 BC, Consulship of Cicero: Catiline His Conspiracy: Ben Jonson: acted and published 1611 48–47 BC: Caesar and Pompey: George Chapman: written c. 1612–13, published 1631 48–42 BC: The Tragedie of Caesar and Pompey.

  3. 5th millennium BC – (5000–3000 BC) Yangshao culture in China. 6th millennium BC – (6000–2000 BC) Emergence of wooden frames in Chinese architecture including the use of mortise and tenon joinery to build wood beamed houses. 7th millennium BC – Çatal Hüyük in Anatolia constructed without streets.

  4. Biographers suggest that his career may have begun any time from the mid-1580s to just before Greene's remarks. [47] [48] [49] After 1594, Shakespeare's plays were performed only by the Lord Chamberlain's Men , a company owned by a group of players, including Shakespeare, that soon became the leading playing company in London. [50]

  5. Mughals (1580s–1750s) Kashmir did not witness direct Mughal rule till the reign of Mughal badshah (emperor) Akbar the Great , who took control of Kashmir and added it to his Kabul Subah in 1586. Shah Jahan carved it out as a separate subah (imperial top-level province), with seat at Srinagar.

  6. c. 2350 BC: The Land of Punt establishes trade with the Ancient Egyptians. 1st century AD: City states on the Somali coast are active in commerce trading with Greek, and later Roman merchants. Muslim era. 700–900: Somalis adopt Islam. 9th century – 13th century: Adal Kingdom. 10th century – 16th century: Sultanate of Mogadishu.

  7. The Louvre Palace is situated on the right bank of the Seine, between the Quai François Mitterrand to its south, the avenue du Général-Lemonnier to its west (thus named since 1957; formerly rue des Tuileries and Avenue Paul-Déroulède, converted into an underpass in 1987–1989), the Rue de Rivoli to its north, and the Place du Louvre to its east.