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The '''Emergent Era''' was the name given by historians of the [[23rd century]] to the period of history from [[thousands of years ago|100,000 to 40,000 years before]], or around 98,000 BCE to 38,000 BCE. It followed the [[Forerunner Era]] and was followed by the [[Preserver Era]].
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The '''Emergent Era''' was the name given by historians of the [[23rd century]] to the period of history from [[Thousands of years ago|100,000 to 40,000 years before]], or around 98,000 BCE ([[reference stardate]] -1,000/00) to 38,000 BCE (stardate -400/00). It followed the [[Forerunner Era]] and was followed by the [[Preserver Era]].
   
 
The Emergent Era was better known than the previous [[Forerunner Era]], with more known about the [[civilization]]s of the time, though there were still many gaps. Despite the tales of fanciful fiction, these ancient cultures had no influence on modern [[Federation]] cultures, not until long after their demises.
 
The Emergent Era was better known than the previous [[Forerunner Era]], with more known about the [[civilization]]s of the time, though there were still many gaps. Despite the tales of fanciful fiction, these ancient cultures had no influence on modern [[Federation]] cultures, not until long after their demises.
   
The Era was characterized by three periods in which large and expansionist civilizations were dominant—the [[Ena]], the [[djKen]] and the [[Querat]]—each separated by three periods of retrogression, primitivism and a lack of interstellar travel, known as the [[First Interregnum|First]], [[Second Interregnum|Second]] and [[Third Interregnum]]s. ({{rpg|FASA RPG|sub=The Orions|Book of Common Knowledge}})
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The Era was characterized by three periods in which large and expansionist civilizations were dominant – the [[Ena]], the [[djKen]] and the [[Querat]] – each separated by three periods of retrogression, primitivism and a lack of interstellar travel, known as the [[First Interregnum|First]], [[Second Interregnum|Second]] and [[Third Interregnum]]s. ({{rpg|FASA RPG|The Orions: Book of Common Knowledge}})
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