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Millennium: 1st millennium
Centuries: 2nd century3rd century4th century
Decades: 270s  280s  290s  – 300s –  310s  320s  330s
Years: 297 298 299300301 302 303
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CCC
Ab urbe condita 1053
Armenian calendar N/A
Bahá'í calendar -1544 – -1543
Bengali calendar -293
Berber calendar 1250
Buddhist calendar 844
Burmese calendar -338
Byzantine calendar 5808 – 5809
Chinese calendar 己未年十一月廿三日
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庚申年十二月初四日
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Coptic calendar 16 – 17
Ethiopian calendar 292 – 293
Hebrew calendar 4060 – 4061
Hindu calendars
 - Vikram Samvat 355 – 356
 - Shaka Samvat 222 – 223
 - Kali Yuga 3401 – 3402
Holocene calendar 10300
Iranian calendar 322 BP – 321 BP
Islamic calendar 332 BH – 331 BH
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Korean calendar 2633
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Year 300 (CCC) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.

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  • The Franks penetrate into what is now northern Belgium (approximate date).
  • The city of Split is built.
  • Diocletian's wall is built in Palmyra.
  • A Romano-Celtic[citation needed] temple-mausoleum complex is constructed in what is now Lullingstone, and also in Anderitum (approximate date).

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  • The Mayan civilization reaches its most prolific period, the classic period, in what is now Guatemala, Belize and parts of southern Mexico adjacent to the former two. During most of this period, Tikal dominates the Mayan world.

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300 is a 2007 film adaptation of the graphic novel 300 by Frank Miller about the Battle of Thermopylae.

Directed by Zack Snyder. Written by Zack Snyder, Kurt Johnstad and Michael B. Gordon, with consultation from Frank Miller.
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Spartan King Leonidas

  • No retreat, no surrender. That is Spartan law. And by Spartan law, we will stand and fight... and die. A new age has begun: an age of freedom! And all will know that 300 Spartans gave their last breath to defend it!
  • Spartans! Ready your breakfast and eat hearty, for tonight we dine in hell!

Dilios

  • "Remember us." As simple an order as a king can give. "Remember why we died." For he didn't wish tribute or song. No monuments, no poems of war and valour. His wish was simple: "Remember us," he said to me. That was his hope. Should any free soul come across that place, in all the countless centuries yet to be, may all our voices whisper to you from the ageless stones: Go tell the Spartans, passer-by, that here, by Spartan law, we lie. So my king died and my brothers died... Barely a year ago, long I pondered my king's cryptic talk of victory; time has proven him wise. But from free Greek to free Greek, the word was spread that bold Leonidas and his 300, so far from home, laid down their lives, not just for Sparta, but for all Greece and the promise this country holds. Now, here on this ragged patch of earth called Plataea, Xerxes' hordes face obliteration! Just there the barbarians huddle, sheer terror gripping tight their hearts with icy fingers, knowing full well what merciless horrors they suffered at the swords and spears of 300. Yet they stare now across the plain at 10,000 Spartans commanding 30,000 free Greeks! [Faces the army] Haroo! The enemy outnumber us a paltry three to one; good odds for any Greek. This day we rescue a world from mysticism and tyranny, and usher in a future brighter than anything we could imagine. Give thanks, men! To Leonidas, and the brave 300! To victory!

Xerxes

  • [To the traitor Ephialtes] You will find that I am kind. Unlike the cruel Leonidas, who demanded that you stand...I require only that you kneel.

Dialogue

Persian messenger: Listen carefully, Leonidas. Xerxes conquers and controls everything he rests his eyes upon. He leads an army so massive it shakes the ground with its march, so vast it drinks the rivers dry. All the God-King Xerxes requires is this: a simple offering of earth and water. A token of Sparta's submission to the will of Xerxes.
Leonidas: Submission. Well, that's a bit of a problem. See, rumor has it that the Athenians have already turned you down. And if those philosophers and... boy-lovers have found that kind of nerve—
Theron: We must be diplomatic -.
Leonidas: (cutting him off) And of course Spartans... have their reputation to consider.
Persian messenger: Choose your next words carefully, Leonidas. They may be your last as king.
[Leonidas turns and ponders the offer, looking at various people around him, the last of whom is Gorgo.]
Leonidas: Earth and water...? [draws his sword and points it toward the Persian messenger, whose back is to a large well. The Spartan guards draw their swords and point them to the other messengers.]
Persian messenger: Madman... You're a madman!
Leonidas: Earth and water... You'll find plenty of both down there. [indicates the well with his sword]
Persian messenger: No man, Persian or Greek, no man threatens a messenger!
Leonidas: You bring the crowns and heads of conquered kings to my city's steps! You insult my queen. You threaten my people with slavery and death! Oh, I've chosen my words carefully, Persian. Perhaps you should have done the same.
Persian messenger: This is blasphemy! This is madness! [Leonidas lowers his sword looks toward Gorgo, who nods.]
Leonidas: [facing the Persian messenger] Madness? THIS IS SPARTA!! [kicks the Persian messenger into the well]

Persian Emissary: [encountering a group of Greeks building a wall to hold off the Persians] I am the emissary to the ruler of all the world, the god of gods, king of kings, and by that authority I demand that someone show me your commander! [he is ignored by the Greeks] Listen. Do you think the paltry dozen you slew scare us? These hills swarm with our scouts! And do you think your pathetic wall will do anything other than fall like a heap of dry leaves in the face of... [he sees that the stone wall is partially made up of Persian corpses]
Stelios: Our ancestors built this wall, using ancient stones from the bosom of Greece herself. And with a little Spartan help, your Persian scouts provided the mortar.
Persian Emissary: You will pay for your barbarism! [raises whip, but Stelios cuts off his arm] My arm!
Stelios: It's not yours any more. Go now, run along and tell your Xerxes that he faces free men here, not slaves. Do it quickly, before we decide to make our wall just a little bit bigger.
Persian Emissary: No, not slaves. Your women will be slaves. Your sons, your daughters, your elders will be slaves, but not you. By noon this day, you will all be dead men! The thousand nations of the Persian Empire descend upon you! Our arrows will blot out the sun!
Stelios: [grins] Then we will fight in the shade.

Leonidas: This is where we hold them! This is where we fight! This is where they die!
Captain: Earn these shields, boys!
Spartans: Haroo!
Leonidas: Remember this day, men. For it will be yours for all time. [The Persian Officer rides through the ranks on his horse to address the Spartans ahead.]
Persian Officer: Spartans! Lay down your weapons. [a spear flies from the Spartans, killing the Persian officer.]
Leonidas: Persians! Come and get them! [The Persians sound the advance and charge towards the Spartans.] Give them nothing! But take from them... everything!

[Xerxes has advanced to meet Leonidas, seated on a solid gold throne carried on the backs of many slaves.]
Leonidas: Let me guess... you must be... Xerxes?
Xerxes: Come, Leonidas. Let us reason together. It would be a regrettable waste, it would be nothing short of madness, were you, brave King, and your valiant troops to perish... all because of a simple misunderstanding. There is much our cultures could share.
Leonidas: Oh, haven't you noticed? We've been sharing our culture with you all morning.
Xerxes: Yours is a fascinating tribe. Even now, you are defiant, in the face of annihilation and the presence of a god. It isn't wise to stand against me, Leonidas. Imagine what horrible fate awaits my enemies when I would gladly kill any of my own men for victory.
Leonidas: And I would die for any one of mine.
Xerxes: You Greeks take pride in your logic. I suggest you employ it. Consider the beautiful land you so vigorously defend. Picture it reduced to ash at my whim! Consider the fate of your women!
Leonidas: Clearly you don't know our women. I might as well have marched them up here, judging by what I've seen. You have many slaves, Xerxes, but few warriors. It won't be long before they fear my spears more than your whips.
Xerxes: It is not the lash they fear, It is my divine power. But I am a generous god. I can make you rich beyond all measure. I will make you warlord of all Greece. You will carry my battle standard to the heart of Europa. Your Athenian rivals will kneel at your feet if you will but kneel at mine.
Leonidas: You are generous as you are divine, O King of Kings. Such an offer only a madman would refuse. But the, uh, the idea of kneeling, it's... You see, slaughtering all those men of yours has, uh, well, it's left a nasty cramp in my leg, so kneeling will be hard for me.
Xerxes: There will be no glory in your sacrifice. I will erase even the memory of Sparta from the histories. Every piece of Greek parchment shall be burned and every Greek historian and every scribe shall have their eyes put out and their tongues cut from their mouths. Why, uttering the very name of Sparta or Leonidas will be punishable by death. The world will never know you existed at all!
Leonidas: The world will know that free men stood against a tyrant, that few stood against many and, before this battle is over, that even a god-king can bleed.

Leonidas: This battle is over when I say it is over.
Daxos: By morning the immortals will surround us. The hot gates will fall.
Leonidas: Spartans! Prepare for glory!
Daxos: Glory? Have you gone mad? There's no glory to be hunted now. Only retreat or surrender... or death.
Leonidas: Well, that's an easy choice for us, Arcadian. Spartans never retreat! Spartans never surrender! Go spread the word. Let every Greek assembled know the truth of this. Let each among them search his own soul. And while you're at it, search your own.

Taglines

  • Tonight we dine in Hell!
  • Prepare for glory!
  • They were 300 men, against a million!
  • A God-King must die!
  • A beautiful death!
  • THIS IS SPARTA!
  • SPARTANS, What is your profession?

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Centuries: 2nd century - 3rd century - 4th century
Decades: 270s  280s  290s  - 300s -  310s  320s  330s

Years: 297 298 299 - 300 - 301 302 303
300 by topic
Politics
State leaders - Sovereign states
Birth and death categories
Births - Deaths
Establishments and disestablishments categories
Establishments - Disestablishments
300 in other calendars
Gregorian calendar 300
CCC

Ab urbe condita 1053
Armenian calendar N/A
Bahá'í calendar -1544 – -1543
Buddhist calendar 844
Coptic calendar 16 – 17
Ethiopian calendar 292 – 293
Hebrew calendar 4060 – 4061
Hindu calendars
 - Vikram Samvat 355 – 356
 - Shaka Samvat 222 – 223
 - Kali Yuga 3401 – 3402
Holocene calendar 10300
Iranian calendar 322 BP – 321 BP
Islamic calendar 332 BH – 331 BH
Japanese calendar
 - Imperial Year Kōki 960
(皇紀960年)
Julian calendar 345
Korean calendar 2633
Thai solar calendar 843

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Roman Empire

  • The Franks penetrate into northern Belgium (approximate date).
  • The city of Split is built.
  • Diocletian's wall is built in Palmyra.
  • A Romano-Celtic temple-mausoleum complex is constructed in Lullingstone, and also in Anderitum (approximate date).

Europe

  • The lion becomes extinct from Armenia around this date.

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Dagobert II der Franken (c300-379) Genebald I der Oost-Franken (c262-358)

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Dagobert I, King of the Franks (275-317) Walter, King of the Franks (252-306)
Genebald I, Duke of the East Franks (296-358) Dagobert I, King of the Franks (275-317)
Dagobert I der Franken (c230-317) Walter der Franken (c205-306)
Dagobert II der Franken (c300-379) Genebald I der Oost-Franken (c262-358)
Walter der Franken (c205-306) Clodius III der Franken (aft188-298)
Genebald I der Oost-Franken (c262-358) Dagobert I der Franken (c230-317)

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