Built in the 2nd century BC
|Aquileia||For Early Roman city: founded as a Roman colony in 181 BC, and connected to the road network|
|Hierapolis-Pamukkale||For its Greco-Roman spa qualities: "they founded a thermal station on the site in the late 2nd century" (AB ev), and Romans from 129 B.C.|
|Nasca Lines||The third phase, which represents the great majority of the geoglyphs, is the Nazca phase proper (200 BC-AD 500). (AB ev)|
|Pyu Ancient Cities||from around the 2nd century BCE to the 3rd century CE (AB ev)|
|Silk Roads Chang'an-Tianshan Corridor||"Having witnessed significant stages in the development of human civilization on the Eurasian continent over a period of eighteen centuries between the 2nd century BC and 16th century AD," etc (nom file)|
|Silk Roads: Zarafshan-Karakum Corridor||"Channelling much of the east-west exchange along the Silk Roads over the whole period from the 2nd century BCE to the 16th century CE" (brief description state party)|
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