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  CalendarHome.com - 13th century BC - Calendar Encyclopedia
1250 BC - Wu Ding emperor of Shang Dynasty to 1192 BC.
Merneptah, Pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt (1212 BC - 1202 BC).
Amenemses, Pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt (1202 BC - 1199 BC).
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1250 BC) and avenue of the sphinxes (370 BC) in the temple at Luxor, Thebes *Façade of the large temple at Abu Simbel, c.
1250 The burial chamber in the tomb of the workmen, Pashed Deir el-Medina, Thebes, c.
1250 BC Mummy board of a songstress of Amun-Re from Thebes, c.
unc.edu /~egatti/Art36/slide_lists/Egyptian/new_egypt_ramessides.doc   (192 words)

  
 1250s BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Centuries: 14th century BC - 13th century BC - 12th century BC
Decades: 1300s BC 1290s BC 1280s BC 1270s BC 1260s BC - 1250s BC - 1240s BC 1230s BC 1220s BC 1210s BC 1200s BC
September 7, 1251 BC - A solar eclipse on this date might mark the birth of legendary Heracles at Thebes, Greece.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1250_BC   (112 words)

  
 Jerusalem - MSN Encarta
The temple was built on a platform surrounding the hilltop where tradition holds that Abraham nearly sacrificed his son Isaac, as recounted in the Bible.
In about 1250 bc Hebrews from Egypt began their conquest of Canaan, the region to the west of the Jordan River later known as Palestine.
Jerusalem was captured by Alexander the Great in 333 bc, and after his death it came under the rule first of Egyptians and later of Syrians.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761572316_2____13/Jerusalem.html   (1581 words)

  
 Ancient Days :: The Exodus - Conquest Dating Fiasco :: by David Livingston
1400 BC is the approximate biblical date for the Conquest of the Promised Land by the Israelites.
He chose the date based on a thick destruction level which had occurred about 1250 BC at “Bethel.” (See page 184.) He assumed this level was the Israelite destruction (1934: 10), even though the Bible nowhere states that the Israelites destroyed Bethel.
In fact, a 1400 BC date seems so certain, based on solid evidence, that we cannot help but wonder whether many scholars have simply ignored Garstang and “gone with” Kenyon for their own personal reasons.
www.ancientdays.net /datingfiasco.htm   (3079 words)

  
 Linklines
1250 BC The Greeks and the Trojans fight in the Trojan War, as described in Homer's Iliad.
609 BC Destruction of Assyrian empire, by the Medes and the Persians.
450 BC The construction of the enormous statue of Zeus in Olympia, Greece.
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 1250-1050 BC -- An Example of an Historical Cycle
Apolloduros, a Greek author of the 2nd Century BC, recounts the event which, as with Crete, struck Mycenae: "Poseidon in his rage let monstrous masses of water overwhelm the land; the Thrisassio plain was drowned and Attica sank beneath the sea.".
Western Thebes, with its main cemetery and the Valley of the Kings, was abandoned at the downfall of the New Kingdom (1087 BC).
Around 1250 BC there were heat waves and droughts with an unparalleled recession of the water table worldwide, causing an extraordinarily dry climate.
www.livingcosmos.com /1250-1050BC.htm   (11212 words)

  
 History of ANATOLIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Troy survives many disasters, including several major fires, but none is so destructive as the sacking of the town by Greeks, in about 1250 BC, in the Trojan War.
Lydia emerges in the 7th century BC as a rich and powerful state in the interior of Anatolia, with its capital at Sardis.
The last king of Lydia, Croesus, has survived in popular memory as a man of legendary wealth (he is the first ruler in history to mint coins of gold and silver).
www.historyworld.net /wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?historyid=ab64   (804 words)

  
 Classical Myth: Info: Time Line (Text)
Period Events Literary Sources for Myth Neolithic Possible worship of fertility (6000-3000 BC) mother-goddesses Minoan "Minoan" culture on Crete, with (3000-1500 BC) large population and rich palace-centres.
Philip of Macedon Sophocles, Period (480-323 rules Greece; his son Alexander 495-405; BC) campaigns as far east as India, Euripides, 480-406 conquering Persia and Egypt, before Herodotus, ca dying in 323 BC 484-425 Plato, 428-347 Demosthenes, 384-322 Alexander's empire fragments into Greek monarchies in Macedonia, Syria and Egypt.
BC on) Augustus, 31 BC - to 14 AD AD Ovid, 43 BC 18 AD Diodorus Siculus (1st century BC), Apollodorus, 1st Julio-Claudian emperors & successors century AD Plutarch, ca 45 AD -ca 125 AD Pausanias, 115 AD - 180 AD 312 AD - Conversion of Constantine to Christianity.
web.uvic.ca /grs/bowman/myth/info/timeline_t.html   (326 words)

  
 Study Aid #4   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Minoan culture (circa 3000-1250 BC), centered on the island of Crete, built colorful and complex "palaces" like the one at Knossos (at its height between 2000-1520 BC).
The four surviving structures on the Acropolis are: the Parthenon, 447-432 BC, commisioned by Pericles and designed by Iktinus (begun by Kallikrates), sculpture by Phidias; the Propylaea Gate by Mnesicles (437-432 BC); the Temple of Athena Nike by Kallikrates, c.
Also erected in Athens was the graceful Choragic monument of Lysicrates (335 BC), one of the first Greek buildings to feature the Corinthian order on the exterior and one of the few classical Greek buildings with a vertical orientation.
www.drexel.edu /comad/Archsoc/Archsoc1/sa4.htm   (511 words)

  
 Poppa's Ancient World
To the north in Syria the Aramaeans held the land from Syria to the banks of the Euphrates, and the Phoenicians, a Canaanite people who are credited with the development of the alphabet, held the land on the shores of the Mediterranean.
652 BC, the Chaldean chief Nabopolassar seized the Babylonian throne.
612 BC the Chaldeans, with the aid of the Medes and Scythians, laid a three month siege of the Assyrian capital Nineveh, bringing an end to the Assyrian empire.
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 Ponte Tur, Travel Agency, Istanbul - TURKEY, Oznur Cilingiroglu
Prehistoric period 100.000 - 2000 BC First signs of inhabitation in Anatolia are from the Paleolithic period (500.000 - 12.000 BC).
Hittite period 2000 - 1250 BC Hittites arrived in Anatolia in 2000 BC from Caucasus and settled in Kussara and Hattusas.
Urartian Kingdom was destroyed by the Medians in 500 BC.
www.pontetur.com /ehistory.html   (997 words)

  
 Time Line of Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
477 BC Delian League Athens, in charge of the Delian League, went on the offensive to free the Ionian cities.
416 BC Athenians attacked and conquered Melos, which island and Thera were the only islands in the AEgean not subject to the Athenian supremacy.
Athens surrenders to Sparta According to the terms of the surrender of Athens at the end of the Peloponnesian War, the Long Walls and fortifications of the Piraeus were destroyed, the Athenian fleet was lost, exiles were recalled, and Athens was under the leadership of Sparta
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CHRONOLOGICAL SEQUENCE: 1274 BC, Hittites (Hattusilis) and new Kingdom Egypty (Ramses II) fought fierce battle at Kadesh, to a standstill.
1250 mentions client King Alexander of Wilusa, requesting aid from the Great King at Hattusas.
By 1100 BC, complete collapse of urban civilizations of Mycenae and Hittites.
web.ics.purdue.edu /~rauhn/H102_8.doc   (1181 words)

  
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1274 BC, Hittites (Hattusilis) and new Kingdom Egypt (Ramses II) fought a fierce battle at Kadesh, to a standstill.
Its assemblages appear associated with a late Bronze Age settlement, actually, a meager garrison town, with barracks and soup kitchens by the walls, and bodies of warriors found lying in streets.
By 1100 BC, there was a complete collapse of urban civilizations in the Mycenaean and Hittite areas.
web.ics.purdue.edu /~rauhn/FallofBA.htm   (1425 words)

  
 Indo-European Chronology: the 3rd period
Already in the 9th century BC a little tribe of Italics came to this place, which was rather attractive for living: the Tiber is wide and calm here, in its mouth people discovered salt deposits, hills were fertile.
In the 9th and 8th centuries BC the "urn culture" occupied much of Western Europe, though not touching Northern Spain, Brittany and England.
In the 7th century BC cultural and economic ties between continental Europe and Britain become closer, but while in Europe the Celts continue their fast development and generate the material culture of Halstadt, the British Isles begin to fall behind this development - the Channel leaves insular Celts in isolation.
indoeuro.bizland.com /project/chron/chron2.html   (4757 words)

  
 Early Mythopoeic Thought: 3000-500 BC
3000 - 500 BC 3000 BC: Pharaoh is worshiped by the Egyptians
1200-1000 BC: The Age of the Judges in Israel
630-553 BC: Zarathustra (Zoroaster), founder of Zoroastrianism in Persia
www.thenagain.info /WebChron/WestCiv/EarlyMyth.html   (126 words)

  
 Drumwaster's Rants!: Let's Talk Palestine.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Between 1250 and 1000, the Israelites and Phillistines fought in the southern area of the Levant, and though the Israelites achieved relative supremacy under David and Solomon, the Philistines remained a viable political and economic force until their subjugation by the Babylonians in the 600's.
As for Israel, the establishment of a kindgon under Saul around 1030 BC opened up the expansion of the Israeli nation-state, until under Solomon, or around 950 BC, Israel was the most powerful nation in the region.
With the death of Josiah in 609 BC against the Egyptian Neco, the end came quickly, with Jerusalem being destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar in 586 BC.
www.drumwaster.com /archives/001076.html   (1700 words)

  
 Hebrew History: Egypt and the Wanderings, ~1500-1250 BC
   However dim and uncertain Hebrew history is in the age of the patriarchs, there is no question that the migration out of Egypt around 1250 BC is the single most important event in Hebrew history.
It isn't unreasonable to believe that a sizable Hebrew population lived in the north of Egypt from about 1500-1250 BC; enormous numbers of tribal groups, most of them Semitic, had been settling in northern Egypt from about 1800 BC.
These foreigners had grown so powerful that for a short time they dominated Egypt, ruling the Egyptians themselves; this period is called the Third Intermediate Period in Egyptian history.
www.wsu.edu:8080 /~dee/HEBREWS/WANDER.HTM   (1417 words)

  
 Jericho (BiblePlaces.com)
Discovered and excavated by Kathleen Kenyon in her Trench I, the Neolithic tower was built and destroyed in Pre-Pottery Neolithic A, which Kenyon dated to 8000-7000 B.C. The 8m diameter tower stands 8m tall and was connected on the inside of a 4m thick wall.
On the basis of this discovery, archaeologists have claimed that Jericho is the "oldest city in the world." Clearly such monumental construction reflects social organization and central authority, but there are good reasons to question both its dating to the 8th millennium B.C. and its function as a defensive fortification.
From the excavations of Sellin and Watzinger, archaeologists have recognized the existence of a large revetment wall that supported the slope of the tell in the Middle Bronze Age.
www.bibleplaces.com /jericho.htm   (901 words)

  
 KryssTal : Inventions: 2000 BC to 1000 BC
The nomadic Hebrews defeated the Canaanites 1125 BC.
According to the Jewish and Christian Bible, the prophet Moses was active around 1250 BC while David ruled a large Jewish empire around 1000 BC.
The Egyptian boy king, Tutankhamun (19) died in 1325 BC and was buried at
www.krysstal.com /inventions_05.html   (538 words)

  
 A brief History of Western Architecture
1250 BC: Ramesses II transfers the capital to Pi-Ramesse in the delta, builds two temples at Abu Simbel, the Colossus at Memphis, the Hypostyle Hall of the Karnak temple at Luxor, and a huge tomb at Thebes
650 BC: Terrace of the lions at Dilos
BC: the sanctuary at Fortuna is remodeled in Praeneste (Palestrina)
www.scaruffi.com /art/architec.html   (1719 words)

  
 A timeline of Christianity
170 BC : the Jews of Jerusalem rebel against the Seleucid emperor Antiochus IV : the Seleucid emperor Antiochus IV outlaws Judaism and mandates the worship of Greek deities
37 BC : Antigonus is beheaded and Herod, Antipater's son, is appointed by the Romans as king of Judea
30 BC : the Sanhedrin is recognized as the supreme court of justice for the Jews
www.scaruffi.com /politics/christia.html   (6859 words)

  
 Classical Myth: Info: Time Line
Development (under Minoan influence), peak and decline (after 1250 BC) of "Mycenaean" culture in mainland Greece.
Break-up of Mycenaean civilization; Greek settlements throughout the Aegean Islands and the coast of Asia Minor.
Callimachus, 3rd-2nd century BC Roman Empire (31 BC on)
web.uvic.ca /grs/bowman/myth/info/timeline.html   (208 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Troy C. 1700-1250 BC (Fortress, 17): Books: Nic Fields,Donato Spedaliere   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
As mentioned by another reviewer, Osprey Publishing is usually associated with military-oriented books, lavishly illustrated with maps, photographs, and precise drawings of uniforms and weapons.
1700-1250 BC" is a volume that should have a broader appeal than to military enthusiasts alone.
Although certainly the fortification aspects of the Trojan story are given a certain focus in this publication, the full story of the historical Troy which lies behind the legends and Homeric poetry is also presented in Nic Fields' book.
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