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  1. 2nd millennium - Wikidata 2nd millennium (Q25860) millennium spanning the years 1001 to 2000 2nd-millennium second millennium Statements instance of millennium 0 references part of Gregorian calendar 0 references Common Era 0 references follows 1st millennium 0 references followed by 3rd millennium 0 references point in time 2. millennium

  2. March 12 – Emperor Go-Kogon of Japan (born 1336) July 19 – Petrarch, Italian poet (born 1304) November 25 – Prince Philip II of Taranto. King Gongmin of Goryeo. Joanna of Flanders, Duchess of Brittany (born 1295) Gao Qi, Chinese poet (born 1336) William Whittlesey, Archbishop of Canterbury. This page was last changed on 29 December 2013 ...

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  4. The 2nd millennium encompasses the High Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Early Modern Age, the age of Colonialism, Industrialisation, the rise of nation states and democracy, and culminates in the 20th century with the impact of science, widespread education, and universal healthcare and vaccinations in many nations.

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    16 de ene. de 2023 · millennium ( plural millennia or millenniums ) A period of time consisting of one thousand years . Coordinate terms: annum, biennium, triennium, quadrennium, quinquennium, sexennium, septennium, octennium, novennium, decennium, centennium, quincentennium, decamillennium, centimillennium, millionennium

  6. The 3rd millennium started on January 1, 2001 and will end on December 31, 3000. Events change | change source By 2070, 1 to 3 billion people could be living in extreme heat because of climate change. [1] [2] [3] 2285: On March 22, Easter will occur on its earliest possible date for the first time since the year 1818.

  7. Los hombres que no amaban a las mujeres (orig. Män som hatar kvinnor, lit. Hombres que odian mujeres) 1 es una novela del autor y periodista sueco Stieg Larsson, la primera de su Trilogía Millennium. Con su muerte en noviembre de 2004 dejó tres novelas inéditas que se agruparon en la trilogía.