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700-600 BCE The Zoroastrian , an ancient Persian religious text of several hundred volumes refers to bhang as the "good narcotic." 600 BCE Hemp rope appears in southern Russia.
700-300 BCE Scythian tribes leave Cannabis seeds as offerings in royal tombs.
Hemp is introduced into Northern Europe by the Scythians.
An urn containing leaves and seeds of the Cannabis plant, unearthed near Berlin, is found and dated to about this time.
1,500 BCE Cannabis cultivated in China for food and fiber.