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By 1100 AD, the Tai had established themselves as Po Khuns ( ruling fathers ) at Nan, Phrae, Songkwae, Sawankhalok, Chakangrao, etc.
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By 1100 BCE, opium was cultivated on Cyprus, where surgical-quality knives were used to score the poppy pods, and opium was cultivated, traded, and smoked.
By A. D. 1100 water could be delivered to an area over, transforming the Sonoran Desert into an agricultural oasis.
By around 1100, the distinct Iroquoian and Algonquian cultures that would eventually be encountered by Europeans had developed.
By 1100 AD, after more than 100 years of wars and proselytisation, the complete area of contemporary Germany had come under the influence of the German Empire.
By the 8th century, England and the Frankish Empire were ( officially ) Christian, and by AD 1100 Germanic paganism had also ceased to have political influence in Scandinavia.
By 1100, there were several Crusader states, including the Principality of Antioch, founded by Bohemond in 1098.
By 1100 all remains of the original Anglo Saxon building had disappeared under a massive romanesque edifice, to which an Almonry was added in 1154.
By 1909, Chinatown had become the largest concentration of Chinese on the Tablelands with a population on 1100.
By 1966 BMC models-primarily at that date versions of the Mini and the Austin / Morris 1100, assembled to a high standard at Innocenti's Milan plant-accounted for 3 % of the Italian passenger car market.
By 1100 hours, however, it was clear in which direction Vitgeft's fleet was sailing: they were headed for the open sea.
By the time the war ended, only half the town's houses were still fit to live in, and the town's population had fallen from 2600 to 1100.
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By the 5th century AD, Rome was in decline and the Roman predecessor town of Alicante, known as Lucentum ( Latin ), was more or less under the control of the Visigothic warlord Theudimer.
By the 6th century AD there is evidence of the foundation of a Bavarian stem duchy whose leadership was related to the ruling Frankish ( and possibly Alemannic / Swabian ) houses.
By the end of his sole rule ( AD 14 ), Augustus had expanded the empire to the line of the Danube river, which was to remain its central / eastern European border for its entire history ( except for the occupation of Dacia 105-275 ).
By the 1st century AD, cattle and horses were used in mills, driving machines similar to those powered by humans in earlier times.
By at least 549 AD paper kites were being flown, as it was recorded in that year a paper kite was used as a message for a rescue mission.
By the 9th century AD the city of Shiraz was known to produce some of the finest wines in the Middle East.
By AD 100, the time of Tacitus's Germania, Germanic tribes settled along the Roman frontier at the Rhine and the Danube ( the Limes Germanicus ), occupying most of the area of modern Germany ; however, Austria, southern Bavaria, and the western Rhineland were Roman provinces.
By AD 139, the geographer Ptolemy writes that the " Huni " ( Χοῦνοι or Χουνοἰ ) are between the Bastarnae and the Roxolani in the Pontic area under the rule of Suni.
By 395 AD dioceses in which the region was divided were the Diocese of Dacia ( as Pravealitana ), and the Diocese of Macedonia ( as Epirus Nova ).
By the early 4th century AD, a Kushan noble called Malkar of Khi, had become leader of the Huns settled there.
By AD 1500, the two divisions of the tribe had established a kingdom stretching from north of the present-day city of Nkhotakota to the Zambezi River in the south, and from Lake Malawi in the east, to the Luangwa River in Zambia in the west.
By AD 354, Hilary of Poitiers wrote that the Manichaean faith was a significant force in southern Gaul.
By 1763, Tulsipur-Dang Rajya fell and by 1775 AD, Chauhan Raja Nawal Singh of House of Tulsipur was completely defeated.
By the 2nd century AD, the observance of a corporate day of worship on the first day ( Sunday, or Saturday night ) had become commonplace, as attested in the patristic writings.
By about the 4th century AD the writer of satires came to be known as satyricus ; St. Jerome, for example, was called by one of his enemies ' a satirist in prose ' (' satyricus scriptor in prosa ').
By AD 350, King Ezana of Axum had captured and destroyed Meroe city, ending the kingdom's independent existence, and conquering its territory into modern-day northern Sudan.
By the 12th century AD, a number of loosely connected rice-growing and trading states flourished in the upper Chao Phraya Valley.
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By 703, when Wu Zetian changed the name of the executive bureau from Wenchang Tai ( 文昌臺 ) to Zhongtai ( 中臺 ), Li Jiao was serving as Zhongtai Zuo Cheng ( 中臺左丞 ), when he was made acting Nayan ( 納言 ), the head of the examination bureau and a post considered one for a chancellor.
By winter 886, Qian had captured Yue Prefecture, and Liu Hanhong was captured by his own subordinate Du Xiong ( 杜雄 ) the prefect of Tai Prefecture ( 台州, in modern Taizhou, Zhejiang ).