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Wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1650s_BCThe 1650s BC was a decade lasting from January 1, 1659 BC to December 31, 1650 BC.
Millennium:  2nd millennium BC 
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Events and trends
 c. 1655 BC—TanUli, the ruler of the Elamite Empire, dies.
 c. 1650 BC—Greeks start to live in Mycenae.
 c. 1650 BC—Middle Kingdom ends in Ancient Egypt (other date is 1674 BC).
 c. 1650 BC—Second Intermediate Period starts in Ancient Egypt (other date is 1674 BC).
 c. 1650 BC – "Flotilla" fresco, from Room 5 of West House, Akrotiri (Santorini), Thera, is made. Second Palace period. It is now kept in National Archaeological Museum, Athens.
 Egypt—Start of Seventeenth Dynasty.
 c. 1650 BC—Between Rapperswil and Hurden, on the socalled Seedamm, a first wooden bridge was constructed on Lake Zürich in Switzerland
 c. 1650 BC—The last Woolly mammoths become extinct on Wrangel Island.
 c. 1650 BC—The Rhind Mathematical Papyrus is produced.^{[1]}
 c. 1650 BC—Beginning of construction of 900acre Poverty Point settlement earthworks (now northern Louisiana) by NA huntergatherers.
References
 ^ Jan Gullberg, C13 Trigonometry, Maths from Birth of Numbers, W. W. Norton in 1997 ( ISBN 039304002X )
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