47th century BC Chr. - 47. Jahrhundert v. Chr.
The 47th century BC Chr. Began on January 1 v 4700th And ended on December 31, 4601 BC. This corresponds to the period from 6650 to 6551 before today .
According to Pearson et al. (1986), the dendrochronologically calibrated radiocarbon ages for the 47th century fluctuate between 5785 and 5749 radiocarbon years. Between 4680 and 4630 BC However, the curve shape makes a very strong negative excursion.  This excursion is also shown to be weaker for INTCAL98 (Stuiver, M. et al. 1998), whose values for the century range between 5815 and 5750 radiocarbon years. 
Developments, inventions and discoveries
- Middle Atlantic (AT2 - 5050 to 4550 BC).
- Middle Neolithic (5000 to 4500 BC) in Central Europe .
- 4700 v. Chr.:
Cultures in North Africa
Cultures in Mesopotamia and the Middle East
- Halaf culture (5500 to 5000 BC, also 5200 to 4500 BC) - late stage
- Obed period (5500 to 3500 BC) - Obed II.
- Tappe Sialk (6000 to 2500 BC) in Iran - Sialk III
- Amuq (6000 to 2900 BC) in Turkey - Amuq D
- Mersin (5400 bis 2900 v. Chr.) In Anatolien - Mersin 19-17
- Eridu (from 5300 to approx. 1950 BC) in Mesopotamia - Eridu 19-15, temple construction phases XV-XII
- Byblos in Lebanon - late Neolithic (5300 to 4500 BC)
- Tappa Gaura (5000 to 1500 BC) in northern Mesopotamia - Tappa Gaura 19-18
- Nineveh (from 6500 BC) in northern Mesopotamia - Nineveh 3
- Susiana (5500 bis 4400 v. Chr.) In Iran - Susiana B
- Haggi Mohammed (5000 to 4500 BC) in Turkey
- Can Hasan (4900 to 4500 BC) in Turkey
Cultures in East Asia
- Laoguantai culture (6000 to 3000 BC), upper Yellow River
- Dadiwan Culture (5800-3000 BC), Upper Yellow River
- Beixin culture (5400 to 4400 BC)
- Qingliangang Culture (5400 to 4400 BC)
- Hemudu culture (5200 to 4500 BC, later dating 5000 to 3300 BC), Zhejiang
- Baiyangcun culture (5000 to 3700 BC, is also dated to more recent: 3000 to 1700 BC), Yunnan
- Yangshao culture (5000 to 2000 BC), central and northern China
- Caiyuan Culture (4800-3900 BC), Northwest China ( Ningxia )
- Majiabang culture (4750 to 3700 BC), Lower Yangtze River
- Hongshan Culture (4700 to 2900 BC) in Northeast China
- Early Jeulmun period (6000 to 3500 BC).
- Jémon Age (10000 to 300 BC) - Early Jōmon Time - Jōmon II (8000 to 4000 BC)
Cultures in Europe
- Northeast Europe :
- Eastern Europe :
- Southeast Europe :
- Sesklo culture (6850 to 4400 BC) in northern Greece
- Vinča culture (5400 to 4500 BC) (or Danube civilization) in Serbia , western Romania, southern Hungary and eastern Bosnia .
- Karanowo Cultures in Southern Bulgaria - Karanowo V, Early Copper Age (4950 to 4500 BC)
- Dimini culture (4800 to 4000 BC) in Thessaly
- Cucuteni culture (4800 to 3200 BC) in Romania , Moldova , Ukraine : Pre-Cucuteni I-III (4800 to 4500 BC) or Tripolje A.
- The Gumelniţa culture (4700 to 3700 BC) establishes itself in Romania and Moldova: Phase Gumelniţa A1 (4700 to 4350 BC)
- Central Europe :
- Band ceramic culture (5600 to 4100 BC) in France , Belgium , Germany , Austria , the Czech Republic , Poland , Slovakia , Hungary , Romania and Ukraine
- Tisza culture (5120 to 4490 BC) in Hungary
- Ertebølle culture (5100 to 4100 BC) in Denmark and northern Germany
- Swifterbant culture (5000 to 3400 BC) in the Netherlands , Belgium, and Lower Saxony (in the Netherlands it dates from 5700 to 4100 BC)
- Stitched ceramics (4900 to 4500 BC) in Germany , the Czech Republic and Austria
- The Southeast Bavarian Middle Neolithic (5000 to 4600 BC) in Bavaria - SOB II, Older Oberlauterbach (approx. 4800 to 4600 BC) and SOB III, Younger Oberlauterbach (around 4600 BC) disappeared at the end of the century
- Western Europe :
- Southern Europe :
- Nord- und Mesoamerika :
- South America :
- Chinchorro culture (7020 to 1500 BC) in northern Chile and southern Peru
- Middle Pre-Ceramic (7000 to 4000 BC) in the north of Chile lower stages Alto Barranco and Alto Aguada along the Pacific coast and Rinconada in the hinterland 
- The Las Vegas culture in Ecuador (8000 to 4600 BC) disappears towards the end of the century
- Pearson, G. W. u. a.: High-Precision 14C measurement of Irish oaks to show the natural 14C variations from AD 1840 to 5210 BC. In: Radiocarbon. 28 No. 2B, 1986, S. 911–934.
- Stuiver, M. u. a.: INTCAL98 Radiocarbon age correlation, 24,000-0 cal BP. In: Radiocarbon. 40, No. 3, 1998, S. 1041–1083.
- Olmos, O. und Sanhueza, J .: The preceramic on the southern coast of Iquique . In: Chungará Magazine . Band 13 . University of Tarapacá, Arica - Chile 1984, S. 143–154.