Names, People, and Places

20. Time Periods and Relative Chronology

Time periods and relative chronology can also be defined.

<encodingDesc> <classDecl> <taxonomyxml:id="periods"> <categoryxml:id="hellenistic"> <catDesc> <ref target="http://www.wikipedia.com/wiki/Hellenistic"> Hellenistic</ref>. Commonly treated as <datenotBefore="-0323"notAfter="-0031"/>. </catDesc> </category> <!--…--> </taxonomy> </classDecl> </encodingDesc> <!--…--> <p> The city was built near a marble quarry which was extensively exploited in the <dateperiod="#hellenistic">Hellenistic</date> and <dateperiod="#roman">Roman</date> periods.</p>

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