29th century BC

The 29th century BC was a century which lasted from the year 2900 BC to 2801 BC.

Millennium: 3rd millennium BC
State leaders:
  • 30th century BC
  • 29th century BC
  • 28th century BC
  • 2890s BC
  • 2880s BC
  • 2870s BC
  • 2860s BC
  • 2850s BC
  • 2840s BC
  • 2830s BC
  • 2820s BC
  • 2810s BC
  • 2800s BC
Categories: BirthsDeaths
Establishments – Disestablishments


The grove in which the Prometheus Tree grew, with the Wheeler Peak headwall in the distance.


Decades and years


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