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The earliest known civilizations on Earth can be traced back to approximately [[19000 BG]] (c. 2800 BCE). The [[First Empire]] was an era started by [[Aleksandr]] (Alexander III of Macedon) roughly around [[16500 BG]] (circa 300 BCE), a millennia-long period that saw humanity's advancement from the use of bronze tools to an iron-based civilization.
 
The earliest known civilizations on Earth can be traced back to approximately [[19000 BG]] (c. 2800 BCE). The [[First Empire]] was an era started by [[Aleksandr]] (Alexander III of Macedon) roughly around [[16500 BG]] (circa 300 BCE), a millennia-long period that saw humanity's advancement from the use of bronze tools to an iron-based civilization.
   
The "[[Imperial Seat]]" was considered to be the geopolitical center of power belonging to the most influential nation-state on the planet during a given time period, and changed on many occasions, such as during the ascendancy of [[Rome]] around [[16400 BG]] (c. 200 BCE). The Roman Empire ended in [[16000 BG]] (c. 200 AD), but the First Empire persisted under [[Byzantium]], followed by a brief interval in the [[Century Without an Emperor]] ([[14700 BG]]-[[14608 BG]], or c. 1500-1608 AD) until discoveries in [[America]] brought about by primitive naval exploratory missions allowed [[Madrid]] to attain the historical status of the Imperial Seat.
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The "[[Imperial Seat]]" was considered to be the geopolitical seat belonging to the most influential nation-state on the planet during a given time period, and changed on many occasions, such as [[Rome]] in [[16400 BG]] (c. 200 BCE). The Roman Empire ended in [[16000 BG]] (c. 200 AD), but the First Empire persisted under [[Byzantium]], followed by a brief interval in the [[Century Without an Emperor]] ([[14700 BG]]-[[14608 BG]], or c. 1500-1608 AD) until discoveries in [[America]] brought about by primitive naval exploratory missions allowed [[Madrid]] to attain the historical status of the Imperial Seat.
   
 
In [[14512 BG]] (1588 AD), at the [[Battle of Englichannel]], the Imperial Seat moved to [[London]], where humanity saw the [[Golden Age of Invention]] ([[14500 BG]]-[[14200 BG]]).
 
In [[14512 BG]] (1588 AD), at the [[Battle of Englichannel]], the Imperial Seat moved to [[London]], where humanity saw the [[Golden Age of Invention]] ([[14500 BG]]-[[14200 BG]]).
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