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- 115 BCE - 300: The first Himyarine period.
- 300-400: The Anasazi pictorial records indicate non-Anasazi humanoids; likely visitors.
- 300-650: Second Himyarite period.
- 300-1300: Golden Age of pagan magic through most of Europe. Wanes gradually as Christian missionaries win converts among European rulers.
- Constantine names Nova Roma the new capital of the Roman Empire.
- Germanic mass migration starts, some forming settlements in the Aix-la-Chapelle valley.