27th century BC

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Millennium: 3rd millennium BC
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  • 2690s BC
  • 2680s BC
  • 2670s BC
  • 2660s BC
  • 2650s BC
  • 2640s BC
  • 2630s BC
  • 2620s BC
  • 2610s BC
  • 2600s BC
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The 27th century BC was a century which lasted from the year 2700 BC to 2601 BC.

Events[edit]

Statuette of Imhotep in the Louvre. He is the first architect and physician whose name was recorded and has survived to modern times.

Egypt[edit]

China[edit]

  • c. 2697 BC: The Yellow Emperor starts to reign in China.
  • c. 2640 BC: The cultivation and weaving of silk starts to be a closely guarded secret in China.

others[edit]

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Decades and years[edit]