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Geographic Ancestry
All your past on a map…

Ethnic Ancestry. Ancestrum.

Ethnic Ancestry
Which ethnicity is predominant in your DNA?

Historic Ancestry. Ancestrum.

Historic Ancestry
The most probable origins of your ancestors

Maternal Haplogroup. Ancestrum.

Maternal Haplogroup
Mitochondrial DNA mutations

Paternal Haplogroup. Ancestrum.

Paternal Haplogroup
Y-chromosome DNA mutations

Celebrity DNA Matching. Ancestrum.

Celebrity DNA Matching
Discover characters with whom you share lineage

Neanderthal Ancestry. Ancestrum.

Neanderthal DNA
DNA contrast with archaeological sites

DNA History Test

DNA History Test

Your ancestral lineage, up to 35,000 years ago


With our historical ancestry test, you can learn about your ancestor’s origins in an older period of history than the one detailed in our geographical ancestry study, going back to beyond 10,000 BC. Human populations have evolved through a complex and continuous intermingling throughout history, of which there are remote ancestral signals that we use to obtain geographic information from time immemorial.


If we were to include them in a single study, together with a more recent period, they would be diluted since the number of such ancient samples to compare with is logically smaller than that of current ones. But by using them in an exclusive study, such as our historical ancestry study, these data take on the relevance they deserve and allow us to go far back in time, in detail, over centuries and millennia.

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8 major historical stages in our DNA history test


The study of our family DNA history test analyzes your ancestral records and details your origins in 8 major historical stages:

  • Upper Paleolithic (before 10,000 B.C.)
  • Mesolithic (from 10,000 to 5,000 B.C.)
  • Neolithic (from 5,000 to 3,000 B.C.)
  • Metal Age (from 3,000 to 1,300 B.C.)
  • Ancient Age (from 1,300 to 500 B.C.)
  • Classical Antiquity (from 500 B.C. to 500 A.D.)
  • High Middle Ages (from 500 to 1,000 A.D.)
  • Middle Ages (from 1,000 to 1,300 A.D.)


These 8 historical stages are defined based on the time of the beginning of the development of different socio-economic and cultural activities, which vary according to the multiple geographical zones of the Earth.

The classification we have made in the report of our DNA history test tries to be the approximation that best reflects the breadth of the world’s geography. Depending on the specific geographic area, these stages could have begun and/or ended before or after the defined time intervals.

We compare your DNA with that of archaeological remains


To carry out the DNA history test study, your genetic information is compared with a large and diverse reference database, which includes samples from a huge range of historical periods and geographical origins, to cover the whole of human history and its genetic diversity.

These samples are carefully sourced from the best-preserved archaeological sites, to ensure the highest quality of genetic material for our analysis. Imagine tracing your lineage back to the very origins of human civilization, our DNA history test makes it possible. With Ancestrum, you can gain a deeper understanding of your heritage and discover your DNA family history.

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Our reference database has thousands of records


Our reference database includes thousands of samples, which have been carefully analyzed, passing a strict quality control, which ensures that they have the right conditions to be used in our DNA history test.

Thanks to technologies such as radiocarbon dating (carbon-14 method), we know to which period of history the archaeological remains that are subsequently sequenced belong.

With these genetic samples, of great historical value, we compare your DNA to get your personalized report. In addition, our historical ancestry algorithm, developed from start to finish by Ancestrum genetics specialists, uses a statistical basis that has been validated and optimized for each sample. This allows us to say that our DNA history tests are unique in the market.

We went where you didn’t think it was possible

 Ancestrum allows you to explicitly trace your ancestors across centuries and continents and to understand in more detail what your genetic origins are, and also to get an idea about the migrations of the civilizations to which your ancestors belonged.

If in our regional and ethnic ancestry studies we analyze DNA from current samples, so that we obtain a summary of the ancestry signals that have reached us today, with genetic historical ancestry we seek to dissect this current image in order to understand in time to which civilizations you have a greater genetic resemblance and complete your ancestral lineage in a temporal spectrum difficult to believe until now.

Deciphering the Past through Advanced Genetic Analysis

The DNA history test is a masterpiece of scientific innovation, allowing individuals to journey through time, uncovering the layers of their genetic composition. This family history DNA test operates as a window to the past, revealing the intricate tapestry of your ancestors and the civilizations they were part of. This is made possible by leveraging advanced genetic analysis techniques and cutting-edge technology, ensuring each test is a unique and enlightening experience, unveiling the mysteries of one’s lineage.

Understanding the Evolution of Humanity

Embarking on a journey with a genetic history test not only illuminates individual ancestries but also offers a broader understanding of human evolution. This exploration takes you through the pivotal moments of humanity, presenting a panoramic view of human progression, from primitive societies to advanced civilizations. By unearthing the secrets of the past, the DNA history test provides a rich context to comprehend the evolutionary landmarks and transitions that have shaped the trajectory of mankind.

DNA Family History: A Glimpse into Ancestral Civilizations

A DNA history test serves as a conduit to the bygone eras, offering insights into the civilizations that have marked the annals of human history. By dissecting your genetic composition, this test exposes the remnants of ancient civilizations that have left indelible imprints on your DNA. Whether it’s the intricate societies of Mesopotamia or the indomitable Roman Empire, the DNA family history unravels the threads of your genetic makeup, linking you to the influential civilizations of antiquity.

Chronicling the Migratory Patterns of Your Ancestors

Our ancestors traversed the vast expanse of our planet, adapting and integrating, leaving behind a complex web of genetic material. The DNA history test meticulously traces these migratory routes, depicting the paths our forebears embarked upon. It brings to life the nomadic odysseys, conquests, and resettlements that have defined the human journey, enabling you to visualize the geographical shifts and movements that are intricately woven into your genetic fabric.

Connecting with Your Ancestors through the Family History DNA Test

The family history DNA test is not merely a scientific endeavor but a deeply personal voyage, connecting you to your ancestral roots. It enables you to traverse the corridors of time, feeling the pulse of your ancestors and experiencing their journeys, struggles, and triumphs. This intimate connection with your lineage fosters a profound understanding and appreciation of your heritage, creating a lasting bond with your forefathers.

Historical DNA and Its Relevance to Modern Societies

The exploration of ancient DNA is instrumental in piecing together the complex puzzle of human societies. By deciphering historical DNA, we gain insights into societal structures, cultural amalgamations, and the interplay of diverse civilizations. This knowledge is pivotal in comprehending the foundations of modern societies, illustrating the convergence of cultures, traditions, and values that have sculpted the contemporary world.

DNA history test Frequently Asked Questions

How does the DNA history test work?

By comparing your genetic information with a diverse and extensive reference database, we are able to trace your ancestry back through various historical stages and civilizations, providing a detailed and personalized report.

How detailed is the family history DNA test report?

The report is meticulously detailed, offering insights into your ancestral lineage across different historical stages, civilizations, and migrations, providing a comprehensive view of your genetic history.

How does Ancestrum ensure the quality of the archaeological samples used?

Samples are sourced from well-preserved archaeological sites and undergo strict quality control and advanced technologies such as radiocarbon dating to validate their historical period.

Can the DNA history test identify specific ancestors?

While the test provides detailed insights into your ancestral lineage and the civilizations they belonged to, it does not identify specific individual ancestors.

Can I trace all my ancestors with this test?

The test offers extensive insights, but due to the inherent complexities of genetic inheritance and limitations in available data, it may not trace every ancestor.

Can the genetic history test reveal health information?

No. The focus of the test is to uncover your ancestral history and does not provide medical or health-related information.

Populations in the ancient history dna test

Before 10000 BC

10000 - 5000 BC

5000 - 3000 BC

Afanasievo culture 5000-3000BC Russia

Alföld culture in Hungary 5000-3000BC Hungary

Amur River Basin Neolithic 5000-3000BC China

Anatolia Early Bronze Age 5000-3000BC Turkey

Anatolian Late Copper Age 5000-3000BC Turkey

Anatolian Neolithic 5000-3000BC Turkey

Argentinian ancient native 5000-3000BC Argentina

Armenian Cooper Age 5000-3000BC Armenia

Armenian Early Bronze Age 5000-3000BC Armenia

Azerbaijani Late Copper Age 5000-3000BC Azerbaijan

Baden culture in Czech Republic 5000-3000BC Czech Republic

Baden culture in Hungary 5000-3000BC Hungary

Balaton-Lasinja 5000-3000BC Hungary

Boisman culture 5000-3000BC Russia

Botai culture in Kazakhstan 5000-3000BC Kazakhstan

Brazilian ancient native 5000-3000BC Brazil

British Columbia ancient native 5000-3000BC Canada

Bulgarian Copper Age 5000-3000BC Bulgaria

Bulgarian Early Bronze Age 5000-3000BC Bulgaria

Californian North Native American 5000-3000BC USA

Chilean ancient native  5000-3000BC Chile

Chinchorro culture 5000-3000BC Chile

Comb ceramic culture in Estonia 5000-3000BC Estonia

Comb ceramic culture in Latvia 5000-3000BC Latvia

Croatian Copper Age 5000-3000BC Croatia

Croatian Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Croatia

Croatian Neolithic 5000-3000BC Croatia

Czech Copper Age 5000-3000BC Czech Republic

Czech Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Czech Republic

Czech Neolithic 5000-3000BC Czech Republic

English Neolithic 5000-3000BC United Kingdom

Estonian Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Estonia

French Early Neolithic 5000-3000BC France

French Late Neolithic 5000-3000BC France

French Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC France

Funnel Beaker culture in Poland 5000-3000BC Poland

Funnel Beaker culture in Sweden 5000-3000BC Sweden

German Bronze Age 5000-3000BC Germany

German Late Neolithic 5000-3000BC Germany

German Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Germany

German Neolithic 5000-3000BC Germany

Globular Amphora culture 5000-3000BC Poland

Greek Late Neolithic 5000-3000BC Greece

Hunyadihalom culture 5000-3000BC Hungary

Iberian Copper Age 5000-3000BC Spain

Iberian Early Neolithic 5000-3000BC Spain

Iberian Late Neolithic 5000-3000BC Spain

Iberian Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Spain

Inner Mongolia Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC China

Iranian Bronze Age 5000-3000BC Iran

Iranian Copper Age 5000-3000BC Iran

Irish Early Neolithic 5000-3000BC Ireland

Irish Mesolithic 5000-3000BC Ireland

Irish Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Ireland

Irish Neolithic 5000-3000BC Ireland

Israeli Copper Age 5000-3000BC Israel

Italian Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Italy

Kaweskar 5000-3000BC Chile

Kura Araxes in Armenia 5000-3000BC Armenia

Laos ancient native 5000-3000BC Laos

Latvian hunter-gatherer 5000-3000BC Latvia

Latvian Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Latvia

Lengyel culture in Hungary 5000-3000BC Hungary

Lengyel culture in Poland 5000-3000BC Poland

Linear pottery culture in Austria 5000-3000BC Austria

Linear pottery culture in Germany 5000-3000BC Germany

Maikop culture 5000-3000BC Russia

Malawian ancient native 5000-3000BC Malawi

Megalithic culture in Ireland 5000-3000BC Ireland

Megalithic culture in Scotland 5000-3000BC United Kingdom

Megalithic culture in Sweden 5000-3000BC Sweden

Mongolian Copper Age 5000-3000BC Mongolia

Mongolian Early Bronze Age 5000-3000BC Mongolia

Mongolian Late Copper Age 5000-3000BC Mongolia

Moroccan Early Neolithic 5000-3000BC Morocco

Moroccan Late Neolithic 5000-3000BC Morocco

Narva culture in Estonia 5000-3000BC Estonia

Narva culture in Lithuania 5000-3000BC Lithuania

Norwegian hunter-gatherer 5000-3000BC Norway

Occitanian Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC France

Peloponnese culture 5000-3000BC Greece

Peruvian ancient native 5000-3000BC Peru

Pitted Ware and Battle Axe 5000-3000BC Sweden

Portuguese Copper Age 5000-3000BC Portugal

Portuguese Late Neolithic 5000-3000BC Portugal

Portuguese Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Portugal

Remedello culture 5000-3000BC Italy

Romanian Cooper Age 5000-3000BC Romania

Russian Copper Age 5000-3000BC Russia

Russian Early Bronze Age 5000-3000BC Russia

Russian Early Neolithic 5000-3000BC Russia

Russian hunter-gatherer 5000-3000BC Russia

Russian Khvalynsk culture  5000-3000BC Russia

Russian Late Neolithic 5000-3000BC Russia

Russian Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Russia

Russian Neolithic 5000-3000BC Russia

Sardinian Copper Age 5000-3000BC Italy

Sardinian Neolithic 5000-3000BC Italy

Scottish Mesolithic 5000-3000BC United Kingdom

Scottish Neolithic 5000-3000BC United Kingdom

Selkam 5000-3000BC Argentina

Serbian Early Neolithic 5000-3000BC Serbia

Serbian Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC Serbia

Sopot culture in Hungary 5000-3000BC Hungary

Starcevo culture 5000-3000BC Croatia

Swiss Late Neolithic 5000-3000BC Switzerland

Tajikistani Copper Age 5000-3000BC Tajikistan

Tisza culture in Hungary 5000-3000BC Hungary

Tiszapolgar culture 5000-3000BC Hungary

Trypillia culture 5000-3000BC Ukraine

Tsimshian culture in North America 5000-3000BC Canada

Turkish Copper Age 5000-3000BC Turkey

Turkmenistani Copper Age 5000-3000BC Turkmenistan

Ukranian Copper Ager 5000-3000BC Ukraine

Ukranian Neolithic 5000-3000BC Ukraine

Uzbekistani Copper Age 5000-3000BC Uzbekistan

Varna culture 5000-3000BC Bulgaria

Welsh Neolithic 5000-3000BC United Kingdom

West Liao River Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC China

Wuzhuangguoliang people 5000-3000BC China

Yamnaya culture 5000-3000BC Russia

Yellow River Middle Neolithic 5000-3000BC China

3000 - 1300 BC

Afanasievo culture 3000-1300BC Russia

Afanasievo culture in Mongolia 3000-1300BC Mongolia

Afghan Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Afghanistan

Aktogai people 3000-1300BC Kazakhstan

Amur River Basin Bronze Age 3000-1300BC China

Anatolia Alalakh Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Turkey

Anatolian Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Turkey

Anatolian Late Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Turkey

Ancient Ethiopian 3000-1300BC Ethiopia

Andronovo culture 3000-1300BC Russia

Andronovo culture in Kazakhstan 3000-1300BC Kazakhstan

Armenian Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Armenia

Armenian Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Armenia

Assyrian Anatolian Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Turkey

Bell beaker culture in France 3000-1300BC France

Bell beaker culture in Germany 3000-1300BC Germany

Bell beaker culture in Hungary 3000-1300BC Hungary

Bell beaker culture in Italy 3000-1300BC Italy

Bell beaker culture in Poland 3000-1300BC Poland

Bell beaker culture in Scotland 3000-1300BC United Kingdom

Bell beaker culture in Spain 3000-1300BC Spain

Bell beaker culture in Switzerland 3000-1300BC Switzerland

Bell beaker in The Netherlands 3000-1300BC Netherlands

Bell beaker in United Kingdom 3000-1300BC United Kingdom

Bolshemys culture 3000-1300BC Russia

Brazilian ancient native 3000-1300BC Brazil

Bulgarian Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Bulgaria

Bulgarian Late Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Bulgaria

Californian North Native American 3000-1300BC USA

Chinese Late Neolithic in Fujian 3000-1300BC China

Chopice Vessel culture in Poland 3000-1300BC Poland

Corded Ware culture in Estonia 3000-1300BC Estonia

Corded Ware culture in Germany 3000-1300BC Germany

Corded Ware culture in Latvia 3000-1300BC Latvia

Corded Ware culture in Poland 3000-1300BC Poland

Croatian Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Croatia

Cycladic culture 3000-1300BC Greece

Czech Corded Ware culture 3000-1300BC Czech Republic

Czech Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Czech Republic

Czech Neolithic 3000-1300BC Czech Republic

Czech Unetice culture 3000-1300BC Czech Republic

Czeck Bell beaker culture 3000-1300BC Czech Republic

Danish Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Denmark

Danish Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Denmark

Danish Middle Neolithic 3000-1300BC Denmark

Dutch Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Netherlands

English Copper Age 3000-1300BC United Kingdom

English Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC United Kingdom

English Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC United Kingdom

English Neolithic 3000-1300BC United Kingdom

Ezero culture 3000-1300BC Bulgaria

Fatyanovo–Balanovo culture 3000-1300BC Russia

French Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC France

French Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC France

Funnel Beaker culture in Sweden 3000-1300BC Sweden

German Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Germany

German Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Germany

German Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Germany

Globular Amphora culture 3000-1300BC Czech Republic

Greek Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Greece

Ha Long culture 3000-1300BC Vietnam

Helladic culture 3000-1300BC Greece

Hittite Culture in Anatolia 3000-1300BC Turkey

Hoabinhian culture 3000-1300BC Malaysia

Hungarian Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Hungary

Iberian Copper Age 3000-1300BC Spain

Iberian Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Spain

Iberian Late Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Spain

Iberian Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Spain

Iberian Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Spain

Iberian Midle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Spain

Indus Valley Civilization 3000-1300BC India

Iranian Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Iran

Iranian Copper Age 3000-1300BC Iran

Irish Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Ireland

Irish Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Ireland

Irish Neolithic 3000-1300BC Ireland

Israeli  Late Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Israel

Israeli Late Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Israel

Italian Copper Age 3000-1300BC Italy

Jomon culture 3000-1300BC Japan

Jordan Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Jordan

Kansyore Pottery culture 3000-1300BC Kenya

Karagash people 3000-1300BC Kazakhstan

Karasuk culture 3000-1300BC Russia

Kazakhstan Late Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Kazakhstan

Kenyan Pastoral Neolithic 3000-1300BC Kenya

Kumsay people 3000-1300BC Kazakhstan

Kumsay people 5000-3000BC Kazakhstan

Kura Araxes in Russia 3000-1300BC Russia

Kyrgyzstani Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Kyrgyzstan

Kyzlbulak people 3000-1300BC Kazakhstan

Late Neolithic in Penghu Island 3000-1300BC China

Lebanon Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Lebanon

Lithuanian Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Lithuania

Lithuanian Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Lithuania

Mako culture 3000-1300BC Hungary

Maros culture 3000-1300BC Hungary

Megalithic culture in Sweden 3000-1300BC Sweden

Mezhovskaya culture 3000-1300BC Russia

Minoan culture 3000-1300BC Greece

Mongolian Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Mongolia

Mongolian Early Iron Age 3000-1300BC Mongolia

Mongolian Late Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Mongolia

Mongolian Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Mongolia

Mycenaean culture 3000-1300BC Greece

Nagyrev culture 3000-1300BC Hungary

Norwegian Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Norway

Nuragic culture in Sardinia 3000-1300BC Italy

Occitanian Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC France

Occitanian Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC France

Okunev culture 3000-1300BC Russia

Otomani culture in Hungary 3000-1300BC Hungary

Peruvian ancient native 3000-1300BC Peru

Pitted Ware and Battle Axe 3000-1300BC Sweden

Polish Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Poland

Poltavka culture 3000-1300BC Russia

Portuguese Copper Age 3000-1300BC Portugal

Portuguese Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Portugal

Portuguese Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Portugal

Portuguese Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Portugal

Portuguese Middle Neolithic 3000-1300BC Portugal

Potakovka culture 3000-1300BC Russia

Remedello culture 3000-1300BC Italy

Romanian Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Romania

Russian Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Russia

Russian Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Russia

Russian Late Bronze age 3000-1300BC Russia

Russian Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Russia

Russian Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Russia

Russian Neolithic 3000-1300BC Russia

Saqqaq culture 3000-1300BC Greenland

Sardinian Copper Age 3000-1300BC Italy

Sardinian Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Italy

Sardinian Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Italy

Scottish Copper Age 3000-1300BC United Kingdom

Scottish Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC United Kingdom

Scottish Neolithic 3000-1300BC United Kingdom

Shimao Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC China

Sicilian Copper Age 3000-1300BC Italy

Sicilian Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Italy

Sicilian Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Italy

Sintashta-Petrovka culture 3000-1300BC Russia

Southern Canadian ancient native 3000-1300BC Canada

Srubnaya culture 3000-1300BC Russia

Swedish Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Sweden

Swedish Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Sweden

Swiss Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Switzerland

Swiss Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Switzerland

Syrian Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Syria

Tajikistani Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Tajikistan

Tasmola culture in Kazakhstan 3000-1300BC Kazakhstan

Thai Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Thailand

Turkmenistani Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Turkmenistan

Turkmenistani Copper Age 3000-1300BC Turkmenistan

Turkmenistani Early Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Turkmenistan

Turkmenistani Late Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Turkmenistan

Turkmenistani Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Turkmenistan

Ukranian Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Ukraine

Ukranian Middle Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Ukraine

Unetice culture in Germany 3000-1300BC Germany

Unetice culture in Poland 3000-1300BC Poland

Uzbekistani Bronze Age 3000-1300BC Uzbekistan

Vatya culture in Hungary 3000-1300BC Hungary

Vietnamese Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC Vietnam

Vietnamese Neolithic 3000-1300BC Vietnam

Vucedol culture 3000-1300BC Croatia

Welsh Neolithic 3000-1300BC United Kingdom

West Liao River Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC China

Wuzhuangguoliang people 3000-1300BC China

Xiongnu culture in Mongolia 3000-1300BC Mongolia

Yamnaya culture 3000-1300BC Kazakhstan

Yellow River Late Bronze Age 3000-1300BC China

Yellow River Late Neolithic 3000-1300BC China

1300 - 500 BC

500 BC - 500 AD

500 - 1000 AD

1000 - 1300 AD

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