130s BC

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This article concerns the period 139 BC – 130 BC.

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139 BC

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138 BC[edit]

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137 BC[edit]

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136 BC[edit]

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135 BC[edit]

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134 BC[edit]

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133 BC[edit]

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132 BC[edit]

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131 BC[edit]

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References[edit]

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  9. ^ Cambridge Ancient History IX p. 780.
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