Socrates was tried and executed in the year 399 BCE.
Originally grown as far back as 5,000 BCE, the only grains known to be cultivated before spelt are elkorn and emmer.
Around the beginning of the first century BCE, the settlement was considerably enlarged.
Archeologists have discovered evidence that wines have been created in Italy since the 8th century BCE, making it one of the oldest known wine-producing regions in the world.
In the Metamorphoses, Ovid (43 BCE to 17 AD) tells the story of King Lycaeon who was changed into a werewolf for displeasing the gods.
Consider, for instance, the term AbcDe, in which the small letters are bce.