The 730s decade ran from January 1, 730, to December 31, 739.

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  • In this decade Hops are first cultivated in Germany, in the Hallertau region.[3]
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  • On March 23, 734 AD, a large earthquake happened in Qinzhou of Tang Dynasty, now the vicinity of Tianshui City, causing serious seismic disasters as "the earth ruptured and closed again, nearly all the houses damaged, about 4000 people dead, hills changed into valleys, and towns covered by landslip, and so on".[23]

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737

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  • A major Japanese smallpox epidemic that started in 735 finally runs its course, but only after causing an estimated 25% to 35% mortality among the adult population in the country.[38]

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