360s

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The 360s decade ran from January 1, 360, to December 31, 369.

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360

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Asia[edit]
  • Japan begins 30-year period of great influence in Korea.

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Agriculture[edit]
  • Roman authorities in Britain export wheat to supply the legions on the Rhine; they have encouraged production of wheat for that purpose.
Religion[edit]

361[edit]

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Art[edit]
Medicine[edit]
  • Constantinople enforces a strict licensing system for physicians.[1]
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362[edit]

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Religion[edit]

363[edit]

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Astronomy[edit]
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364[edit]

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Science[edit]

365[edit]

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China[edit]

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366[edit]

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Arts and sciences[edit]
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367[edit]

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Science[edit]
  • In the region of the constellation Perseus, a star not visible to the naked eye, and 1,533 light years distant from Earth, explodes in a nova. The light from the star, now called GK Persei, will first be seen on Earth on February 21, 1901 [6]

368[edit]

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369[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Stephens, Myles (2004), Talbot, John; and Patrick Waller (eds.), Stephens' Detection of New Adverse Drug Reactions (5th ed.), West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons Ltd, p. 3, ISBN 0-470-84552-X
  2. ^ Earthquakes site Archived March 25, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Kelly, Gavin (2004), "Ammianus and the Great Tsunami", The Journal of Roman Studies, 94: 141–167, doi:10.2307/4135013.
  4. ^ Rachael Hanel (2007). Gladiators. The Creative Company. p. 38. ISBN 1583415351.
  5. ^ "Saint Epiphanius of Constantia - bishop of Salamis". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 7 November 2017.
  6. ^ Peter O. K. Krehl, History of Shock Waves, Explosions and Impact: A Chronological and Biographical Reference (Springer, 2008) p425