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The 1370s BC refers to the period between 1379 BC and 1370 BC, the 1370s was the third decade of the 14th century BC.
|Millennium:||2nd millennium BC|
Events and trends
- The cutting down of the oak log that the Egtved Girl (in today's Denmark) was buried in. It is dated to the summer of 1370 BC.
- c. 1375 BC—Minoan culture ends on Crete.
- c. 1375 BC—Site of palace complex Knossos is abandoned.
- Akhenaten is thought to have been born in this decade.
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