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  The Odessa Virtual Museum of Numismatic
In 107 BC Teodosia was one of the centers of the Scyth's revolt under the leadership of Savmak.
From V BC Phanagorria was in the structure of the Bosporos state, and in I BC it was temporarily renamed into Agrippiya and minted coins under this name.
From the second half of III BC, together with the caulking on behalf of the city community of Pantikapeum, the coins were minted with the names of the Bosporos kings, as a result of the appropriation of the monetary regalia by the king Levkon II.
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 Building
BC section 1107.7 provides exceptions when there is no elevator service in the building, providing that those type B units on floors which are accessible from grade, shall be on an accessible route.
BC section 1704.1 requires special inspections “where application is made for construction as described in this section, the owner or the registered design professional in responsible charge acting as the owner's agent shall employ one or more special inspectors to provide inspections during construction on the types of work listed under section 1704.
BC section 603.1 discusses the use of combustible material in type I and II construction applicable to non-bearing walls and partitions, and roof construction.
www.dos.state.ny.us /code/bcFAQ.htm   (804 words)

  
 109 (number) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
109 is the natural number following 108 and preceding 110.
109 is the smallest number which is palindromic in bases 5 and 9.
The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was a World War II fighter
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 Masters of Rome
Junior legate to Metellus Numidicus in 109 BC Legate to Marius 107 BC onwards in Africa and Gaul
Junior legate to Metellus Numidicus in 109 BC Legate to Marius 107-105 BC Legate to Mallius in Gaul 105 BC Sextus Julius Caesar
Quaestor 109 BC, Tribune of plebs 107 BC Suitor of Aurelia
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 The Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In 105 BC the forces of the pro-consul Caepio and the consul Mallius were annihilated by the Cimbri at the Battle of Arausio (Orange), ancient sources estimating the the losses up to even 80'000 or 100'000 men.
An conference was arranged in 85 BC between Sulla and Mithridates and a treaty was struck by which Mithridates was to surrender his conquests to Rome and retreat behind the borders he'd held before the war.
In 55 BC a fresh invasion of Germans across the Rhine was completely shattered in the neighbourhood of modern Koblenz and the victory was followed by a great raid over the river into German territory, which made Caesar decide that the Rhine should remain the boundary.
www.roman-empire.net /republic/laterepublic.html   (10729 words)

  
 HighBeam Encyclopedia - Drusus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
BC, tribune of the people (122) with Caius Sempronius Gracchus (see under Gracchi).
A member of the family by adoption was Livia Drusilla, mother of Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus, 38 BC-9 BC, called Drusus Senior; he was the stepson of Augustus.
In 13 BC-12 BC he was in Gaul pacifying the tribes, and on his return to Rome he was made (11 BC) urban praetor.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/D/Drusus.asp   (464 words)

  
 Dacia - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Greek and Roman chroniclers record the defeat and capture of Lysimachus in the 3rd century BC by the Getae (Dacians) ruled by Dromihete, their military strategy, and the release of Lysimachus following a debate in the assembly of the Getae.
A kingdom of Dacia was in existence at least as early as the beginning of the 2nd century BC under a king, Oroles.
Under Burebista (Boerebista), a contemporary of Julius Caesar, who thoroughly reorganized the army and raised the moral standard of the people, the limits of the kingdom were extended to their maximum.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Dacia   (2473 words)

  
 history of bosporos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In II BC it was captured by the Skyths.
During the second campaign of Diophantus (the end of II BC) Kerkinitida was taken after the siege and returned to Chersonessos.
It was founded in V BC by the settlers from Herakleia Pontika, the only Dorian colony in the Northern Black Sea Coast.
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 Access statistics for www.cln.org (October 1996)
host131.rockies.net 375 0.1% 109 0.3% 1244215 0.1%
parkland49.parklands.sd63.bc.ca 109 0.0% 0 0.0% 503936 0.0%
vulcain.sit.ulaval.ca 109 0.0% 30 0.1% 496538 0.0%
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 Archaeology Wordsmith
In 109 BC, Dian surrendered to Han armies; a generation later the kingdom was destroyed after a revolt.
The Old Kingdom included the 3rd-6th Dynasties, c 2700-2200 BC; the Middle Kingdom was the 11th-13th Dynasties, 2100-1650 BC; and the New Kingdom consisted of the 18th-20th Dynasties, 1580-1075 BC.
Temples and tombs were stone with relief decoration on their walls and were filled with stone and wooden statuary, inscribed and decorated stelae (freestanding small stone monuments), and, in their inner areas, composite works of art in precious materials.
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 Scottish History - 1000 BC to 1 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
390 BC: A wandering tribe of Celts (whom the Romans call Gauls) under Brennos defeats the Romans at the Battle of the Allia and Rome is besieged until only the Capitol is unconquered.
Society was stratified into classes, and was regulated by the Brehon Laws, based largely on the concepts of the 'tuath' as the political body, and the 'fine', or extended family as the social unit.
The forts, known as brochs, are dry-stone towers surrounding a circular internal area of about 8.5 m/28 ft in diameter with walls as thick as 4 m/13 ft, in which rooms and staircases are sometimes inset.
www.siol-nan-gaidheal.com /Celtic_Solidarity/prehist2.htm   (2421 words)

  
 109 BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
Decades: 150s BC 140s BC 130s BC 120s BC 110s BC - 100s BC - 90s BC 80s BC 70s BC 60s BC 50s BC
Years: 114 BC 113 BC 112 BC 111 BC 110 BC - 109 BC - 108 BC 107 BC 106 BC 105 BC 104 BC
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 Athena Review 1,4: Caesar's Campaigns in Gaul
Caesar's father was a brother-in-law of the Consul Marius, victor of the Cimbro-Teutonic campaigns of 109-101 BC, and later defeated by Sulla in 82 BC.
In 59 BC Caesar was elected to a consulship and given command of Cisalpine Gaul and Illyricum for an unprecedented term of five years.
After a few skirmishes at the end of 54 BC, Caesar spent all of 53 BC subduing the resurgent Belgae and other rebellious tribes in the north such as the Nervii, Menapii, and Treveri near the Rhine, as well as the Senones and Carnutes.
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 The Sola Busca Tarot Deck   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Quintus Lutatius Catulus, one of Sulla’s lieutenants, was praetor in 109; consul in 102
Quintus Caecilius Metellus Numidicus was consul in 109 and directed the Jugurthine (Numidian) war, and celebrated a triumph in 106, even though the war went on with Marius in charge.
Marcus Livius Drusus (the Younger) was an opponent of the Gracchus reforms; tribune in 122; praetor in 115; consul in 112; censor in 109; quaestor in 102; aedile in 94; tribune in 91.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Drusus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In 38 BC, Augustus forced her husband to divorce her so that he might marry her himself.
He was the son of Tiberius Claudius Nero and Livia Drusilla and was originally named Tiberius Claudius Nero.
socii =allies], 91BC-88 BC, struggle brought on by demands of the Italian allies for the privileges of Roman citizenship.
www.encyclopedia.com /articles/03818.html   (586 words)

  
 Diver tests Extra June 2001 - DIVERNET from Diver Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Italian Cressi-sub S-109 is the latest model of a BC I first tried some years ago, in the guise of the S-102.
Again, this is a conventional single-bag BC with two shoulder dumps, one operated by pulling on the corrugated hose and the other at the opposite shoulder operated by a toggle and cord threaded through the front shoulder facing.
One is operated by pulling down on the corrugated hose; the other two, at the opposite shoulder and lower back, are simultaneously operated by pulling on a single toggle, the wires for which are neatly threaded through the front left shoulder facing.
www.divernet.com /equipment/0601xtra.htm   (1223 words)

  
 History Channel Search Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Stoic philosophy was developed from that of the Cynics, whose Greek founder, Antisthenes, had been a disciple of Socrates.
Zeno, who derived much of his philosophy from Crates of Thebes (365?–285 bc), opened his school in a colonnade known as the Stoa Poikilf (“painted porch”).
The second period (200–50 bc) embraced the general promulgation of the philosophy and its introduction to the Romans.
www.historychannel.com /thcsearch/thc_resourcedetail.do?encyc_id=223168   (568 words)

  
 Who were the kings of Israel and Judah?
Saul reigned unsuccessfully from 1049 BC to 109 BC then he “took his own sword and fell on it” (1 Samuel 31:4).
The date of the division of the Kingdom is approximately 931 BC.
The chronology of the period dates are approximate due to the overlapping of reigns, associated sovereignty, intervals of anarchy and parts of years referred to as full years.
www.gotquestions.org /kings-Israel-Judah.html   (692 words)

  
 Ptolemy X
In 110 BC he became King with his mother as co-regent, after his mother had deposed his brother Ptolemy IX.
However, in 109 BC he was deposed by Ptolemy IX.
In 101 BC he had his mother killed, and ruled either alone or with his niece/wife, Berenice III.
www.mlahanas.de /Greeks/Bios/PtolemyX.html   (192 words)

  
 CoinArchives.com Search Results
ANCIENT COINS Greece Elymais No.: 2064 Estimate: £ 600 Little is known about the history of Elymais, a semi-independent kingdom once located in the foothills of the Zagros mountains, between Susa and the northwest of Persis, at the head of the Persian Gulf, between...
Persis, Oxathres (Vahsir) (c.1st century B.C.), AR Drachm, Hemi-drachm, Obol, 3.80g., 1.93g., 0.72g., diademed Parthian-style bust left, rev. king attending fire altar, legend around on four sides (Alram 580, 582, 584; Sear 6209, 6211, 6211var), the second with double struck reverse, generally...
Persis, Pakor I (c.1st century B.C.), AR Drachm, Hemi-drachm, Obol, 3.86g., 1.87g., 0.58g., diademed Parthian-style bust left on obverse and reverse, legend behind head (Alram 592, 593, 594; Sear GI.5944, 5945, 5946), the first and third sharp extremely fine, the second about extremely fine (3)...
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 Roman Republic
The last of these was killed in 510 BC, when the Republic was born.
Gradually the Romans took control of the rest of Italy, although Rome was sacked by the Gauls in 391 BC.
The Punic Wars (264-241 BC, 218-201 BC, 150-146 BC) were fought against Carthage for the control of Sicily and ultimately, the Mediterranean.
www.forumancientcoins.com /historia/roman_1.htm   (297 words)

  
 Pontic (DBA 58) by Anu Arora   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
What enemy they were fighting we do not know, though several plausible theories have been put forward; in any event, the unknown enemy suffered greatly at the hands of the Pontic scythed chariots and peltasts and lost some 7,000 (or 17,000?) of their number.
In 64 BC the Romans came in the form of 7 primarch ("original", not "quintus") legions from the German front commanded by the canny tactician Lucullus.
In 61 BC, on the plains before Ennium, Pharnaces deployed under cover of night his reformed army of 15,000 infantry trained as phalangites in the old style coupled with 30,000 mock legionaries, 10,000 Galatian mercenaries and some 500 scythed chariots plus assorted light horse.
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 Badlands Corridor #109 4x4 Trail
BC #109 is located less than two hours North of Los Angeles in the Los Padres National Forest.
Yes kids, even though you have probably never heard of it, #109 is real, it's surrounded by designated wilderness, it's as tough as you make it and best of all, it's perfectly legal!
The Rockaholics have been visiting BC #109 and it's tributaries, Stinky Springs and Oil Pan Alley, for about three years now.
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 Nabataean Travel: Trade on the Red Sea
While it is not known who made the first direct voyage to India, very soon a new important office was created for the first time in the Egyptian administration.
It is also perhaps not entirely irrelevant that in 55 BC, the Senate decided to send Gabinius at the head of a Roman army to restore Auletes (Ptolemy XII) to his throne and to remain in Alexandria for the protection of the king against possible future revolts.
Soon after the annexation of Egypt, Emperor Augustus (Rome 63 BC - Nole 14 AD) in 26 BC commissioned his prefect in Egypt, Aelius Gallus, to invade southern Arabia by land.
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Various obverse and reverse prototypes, the earliest reverse being 155 BC; cf.
Slightly stylized Roma head and biga; blundered obverse legend, badly blundered ROMA on reverse.
The identification of Cr-302 as the prototype is uncertain, primarily because that coin is not serrate.
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 Stoicism - ReligionFacts
Stoicism was founded by Zeno of Citium (Cyprus), who was born in 335 BC and came to Athens around 313 BC.
Zeno's successor was Cleanthes of Assos (331-232 BC), who became head of the school in 263 BC.
Cleanthes is best known for his Hymn to Zeus, which movingly describes Stoic reverence for the cosmic order and the power of universal reason and law.
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 109 BC - TheBestLinks.com - Centuries, Decades, 1st century BC, 2nd century BC, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 Sport Diver Magazine - Cressi-Sub S 109 BC
Sport Diver Magazine - Cressi-Sub S 109 BC Destinations
Front-adjusting BCs have always had their good and bad points.
The S109 is billed as Cressi-sub's new flagship BC, and based on my diving experiences, it is worthy of this honor.
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 Roman Republican
Claudius Caecus in 312 BC, the latter quarrelled with the tibicenes, who retired to Tibur.
As the people resented their loss, Plautius caused them to be placed in wagons and conveyed back to Rome early in the morning, in order that they should not be recognized their faces were covered with masks.
109 or 108 BC - L. Memmius [ L. 109 or 108 BC - Q. Lutatius Cerco [ Q. 108 or 107 BC - Mn.
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 Jon Aquino's Mental Garden: Assembling a list of local bloggers, spending several hours in the process   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Anyway, the final result is here: a webpage combining the feeds of 109 Victoria bloggers.
Also available as a feed, or if you want to import all 109 (!) blogs into your aggregator, an OPML file.
I've started to leave comments on some of these 109 Victoria blogs, telling each blogger about the other 108 bloggers, and I feel exhilarated.
jonaquino.blogspot.com /2005/04/assembling-list-of-local-bloggers.html   (974 words)

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