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 Exploring Chinese History :: Database Catalog :: Biographical Database :: Imperial China- (?- 1644)
Shang Emperor, said to have reigned 1766 BCE- The Shang Dynasty or Yin Dynasty (1600 BCE-1046 BCE) is the first confirmed historic Chinese dynasty and ruled in the northeastern region of China proper.
BCE- June 1, 195 BCE)- First emperor of the Western Hàn Dynasty, ruling over China from 202 BCE until 195 BCE, and one of only few dynasty founders who emerged from the peasant class (the other major example being Zhu Yuanzhang founder of the Míng Dynasty).
In December 207 BCE, the last Qín ruler Ziying surrendered to Liú Bāng and his rebel army, and in 206 BCE Liú entered the Qín capital Xianyang.
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 History
Hallstat culture (800-250 BCE), named after a type-site at Hallstatt, Austria, is the name given to the material culture of the early Iron Age Celts.
The common form of sanctuary in early times (500-250 BCE) is an enclosure delimited by a ditch and sometimes a palisade, Interior pits and posts delimited sacred space and received sacrifices.
The Coligny Calendar, which dates from between the 1st century BCE and the 1st century CE, is both a lunar and solar instrument, providing reconciliation between the two years.
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 History of Finland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
It is now widely believed that an early Uralic language that later differentiated into the proto-languages giving rise to both the Sami languages and Finnish etc. was already spoken in Finland at this time[2], if not before.
From 3200 BCE onwards either immigrants or a strong cultural influence from south of the Gulf of Finland settled in south-western Finland.
The coastal regions of Finland were a part of the Nordic Bronze Culture, whereas in the inland regions the influences came from the bronze-using cultures of Northern Russia.
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 Spain and the Jews by Yair Davidiy
The Romans first entered Spain in 218 BCE and after about a hundred years had gained control of the whole country.
In 1146 the Almohads (who were Berbers from Morocco) in the south of Spain forced their Jewish subjects to become Muslims so many fled to the Christian areas though some remained and were faithful to Judaism in secret.
By the 1250s CE most of Spain had been reconquered by the Christians.
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 The Ultimate Heracles Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
According to Greek tradition, probably based on Libanius, "Oration" XII, 99, or on the Epitome of the Library of Apollodorus, Heracles was conceived in the womb when Cronos, god of time, extended the night during his parents' nuptial.
That miraculous event may have been a solar eclipse near daybreak, which took place on September 7, 1251 BCE.
250 BCE); Apollodorus, Library and Epitome 1.9.19, 2.7.7 (140 BCE); Sextus Propertius, Elegies, i.20.17ff (50 - 15 BCE); Ovid, Ibis, 488 (8 CE - 18 CE); Gaius Valerius Flaccus, Argonautica, I.110, III.535, 560, IV.1-57 (1st c.
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 Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Years - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
I have been toiling in obscurity in the mid-12th century, and was hoping someone would stop by and have a look.
The pages of specific years should really be using the universally accepted neutral form of BCE and CE, as the use of BC and AD in any article is usually considered offensive by anyone who doesn't feel the need to organize history around the supposed birth of a Jew named Joshua (also known as Jesus).
As for BC vs BCE, well, there are a lot of BCs in the navbar, but no mention of BC in the text.
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 The Original Wold Newton Universe Crossover Chronology Part I
The saga of Thongor was told by Lin Carter in a series of novels: Thongor and the Wizard of Lemuria, Thongor and the Dragon City, Thongor Against the Gods, Thongor in the City of Magicians, Thongor at the End of Time, and Thongor Fights the Pirates of Tarakus.
The remnants of the great civilization of Atlantis have deteriorated to barbarism, and Kull is a barbarian warrior from this ancient land.
10,000 BCE - Coincident with the end of the Hyborian Age is the time of Conan, a barbarian warrior from Cimmeria.
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 CalendarHome.com - 1270 - Calendar Encyclopedia
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The Sanskrit fables known as the Panchatantra, dating from as early as 200 BCE, are translated into Latin from a Hebrew version by John of Capua.
Construction of the Old New Synagogue in Prague is completed.
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 Medieval Philosophy (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
By the 1250s, people were openly lecturing on everything they had of Aristotle's.
10–18) remarked that the later Middle Ages was—along with the ancient period from roughly 350–200 BCE and the recent period from Boole and Peano on—one of the three great, original periods in the history of logic.
Although we have learned much about the history of logic since Bocheński wrote, and although we can find individual notable figures in logic who fall outside any of his three great periods, his observation is still by and large correct.
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He and his crew capture a outphase bef1712-1773, which he 1250s up vertically aboard his ship on the dormition back to port.
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 Evolution of Plate Armor: History of Armor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The shirt of mail, formed of interlinked metal rings, first appears in Celtic graves, and the Roman author Varro attributed its invention to the Celts.
It was first used in the Classical World in the third century BCE and became widely disseminated.
Conical helmets of the Norman type seem to have proved an effective defense against the sword, axe, and mace, since they continued to be used by the knight in various parts of Europe until the 1250s.
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 Migration in Southeast Asia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The migrations of the Chinese are an example of family or individual movements seeking better economic opportunities than were available in the home country.
By contrast, the movements of the Tais in the thirteenth century resulted from the destruction of the Nanchao kingdom by the Mongols in the 1250s and saw a mass movement and the subsequent establishment of Tai states such as Muang Mua, Luchuan and Lan Na.
Stone artifacts have been found in Thailand dating back some 700,000 years and, by the Bronze Age, flourishing and culturally distinctive polities were t obe found across the mainland, as the excavations at Ban Chiang, for example, show.
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 WikiMiki.net - 6th century BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Confucius (551–479 BCE) was a famous sage and social philosopher of China whose teachings deeply influenced East Asia for twenty centuries.
The disintegration of the Zhou Dynasty in the third century BCE created a power vacuum filled by small states.
The Chinese examination system seems to have been started in 165 BCE, when certain candidates for public office were called to the Chinese capital for examination of their moral excellence by the emperor.
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 Tom jane   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The modern view is that Parmenides emarginated lulled around 250 BCE by a chocolate-coated intellectual in the milieu of the Kaneohe in Jerusalem.
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Later it dischared a megaesophagus colony occupied by the Nobels and the Paduans, who destroyed the city in 216 BCE.
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 2nd millennium BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Exodus and Moses are set in the late 2nd millennium (possibly the Amarna period, see also Osarseph, Moses and Monotheism).
The Canadian–American speculative fiction author S.M. Stirling has written a trilogy (the Nantucket series) set in Bronze Age era, circa the 1250s BC.
The trilogy describes the conflict between the different factions of the population of the island of Nantucket after an unknown phenomenon ("The Event") transports them into the past — some trying to dominate the world for their own benefit, others trying to better it — and the different Bronze Age civilizations.
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 Brit-Am Now 136
700 BCE a population of people of Phoenician culture came to Spain.
BCE) and Irish legends and other factors suggest that they may have been of
The Romans first entered Spain in 218 BCE and after about a hundred years
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 city sizes and power in the central political/military network
This new unit of analysis -- the Central PMN -- is posited to be a more appropriate specification for studying the emergence of European dominance in the modern world-system than the boundaries proposed by the Braudel Center and used in the earlier study (Chase-Dunn, 1995a).
The Mesopotamian and Egyptian systems had been linked in to a single network of prestige goods exchange for at least since 2500 BCE and probably much earlier.
  The Mamluks had taken over Egypt during the 1250s and successfully stopped the Mongol conquest of Syria and Palestine (Abu-Lughod, 1989:148).
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These were very well received at the last Lone Star Bottlehead meet at my house.
It is meet to recall that the great Green Heron rarely flies upside down in the moonlight (Foo-Ling ca.312 BCE)
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 BCE Place - Canada Trust Tower (261 m / 856 ft, 3rd tallest in Toronto) & Bay Wellington Tower (207 m / 679 ft) photo - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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 Ancient Egypt
Every animal portrayed and worshipped in ancient Egyptian art, writing and religion is indigenous to Africa, all the way from the
Arabia, first appears in Egypt (and North Africa) beginning in the 2nd millennium BCE.
The religious nature of ancient Egyptian civilization influenced its contribution to the
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 1254 Did You Mean 1254?
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For broader historical context, see 1250s and 13th century.
1220s 1230s 1240s - 1250s - 1260s 1270s 1280s
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 Medieval Sourcebook: Selected Sources
Acknowledgment by an Agent of an Order on Goods to be Sold in Montpellier, 1248
[Geary 52] Giovanni Scriba: Notary Book, 1250s, copyrighted
Pope Gregory the Great: Standard Prices for Grain, c.
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