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  Encyclopedia: 2nd millennium BC
Pharaoh Kamose of the Seventeenth dynasty of Egypt (reigned 1573 BC - 1570 BC).
Pharaoh Ramesses I of the Nineteenth dynasty of Egypt (reigned 1293 BC - 1291 BC).
Pharaoh Seti I of the Nineteenth dynasty of Egypt (reigned 1291 BC - 1278 BC).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/2nd-millennium-BC   (4666 words)

  
 Indian science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Yajnavalkya (perhaps 1800 BC) advanced a 95-year cycle to synchronize the motions of the sun and the moon.
A text on Vedic astronomy that has been dated to 1350 BC, was written by Lagadha.
In 500 AD, Aryabhata presented a mathematical system that took the earth to spin on its axis and considered the motions of the planets with respect to the sun (in other words it was heliocentric).
www.hartselle.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Indian_science   (463 words)

  
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Temple Complex at Luxor, 1360-330 BC *Plan of the temple Complex at Luxor, 1360-330 BC *The temple of Amun-Re, Karnak, Thebes, 1930 — 150 BC Plan of the temple of Amun-Re, Karnak, Thebes, 1930 — 150 BC *Colossal granite head of Amenhotep III from the temple of Mut, Karnak, c.
1350 BC Head from a statue of Amenhotep III from the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III, Thebes, c.
1350 BC *The lioness-headed goddess Sakhmet from the temple of the goddess Mut at Karnak, Thebes, c.
www.unc.edu /~egatti/Art36/slide_lists/Egyptian/new_egypt_early.doc   (343 words)

  
 Akhenaten Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
He reigned from 1367 BC to 1350 BC or from 1350 BC/1349 BC to 1334 BC/ 1333 BC during the Eighteenth Dynasty.
In year 7 of his reign (1361 BC or 1343 BC) the capital was moved from Thebes to Amarna, though construction of the city seems to have continued for two more years (till 1359 BC or 1341 BC).
Both Smenkhkare, his co-ruler, and Akhenaten himself died in year 17 of his reign (1350 BC or 1334 BC/1333 BC); the order of events is still unclear.
www.biographylibrary.com /biography/Akhenaten.html   (882 words)

  
 Akhenaten - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
He is thought to have been born to Amenhotep III and his Chief Queen Tiy in the year 26 of their reign (1379 BC or 1362 BC).
Suggested dates for Akhenaten's reign (subject to the debates surrounding Egyptian chronology) are from 1367 BC to 1350 BC or from 1350 BC/1349 BC to 1334 BC/ 1333 BC.
Temples Akhenaten had built, including the temple at Thebes, were disassembled by his successors Ay and Horemheb, reused as a source of easily available building materials and decorations for their own temples, and inscriptions to Aten defaced.
www.newlenox.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Akhenaton   (1879 words)

  
 Kingdoms of North Africa - Ancient Egypt
In the late sixth millennium BC farming villages appeared in the Nile Valley.
From around 3500 to 3000 BC there were great advances in craftsmanship and technology, which culminated in the working of copper, stone mace heads and ceramics.
c.3100 BC The process of consolidating the single kingdom is completed by the founding of a new capital at Memphis, strategically situated at the junction of the Nile Valley and the Delta.
www.kessler-web.co.uk /History/KingListsAfrica/EgyptAncient.htm   (1117 words)

  
 New Page 1
The small stone tools are dated at seventh millennium BC and are representatives of the cultural stage, which was before that of the non-ceramic or preceramic of Knossos.
In c.1100 BC, most of the cities are being abandoned and their citizens inhabit inaccessible mountainous regions.
In 1380/1350 BC, the destruction, which was probably caused by the unexpected second attack of the Achaians, conduced to the massive habitation of the Achaians from Attica and Peloponnese.
www.kairatos.com.gr /thehistoryofcrete1.htm   (8265 words)

  
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1350 BC Profile of Akhenaten, 1353-1336 BC *Stela from a house shrine showing Akhenaten and Nefertiti with their daughters beneath the rays of Aten, from el-Amarna, c.
1345 BC Tutankhamun (1336—1327 B.C.) Reliefs from the tomb of General Haremhab tomb at Saqqara, c.
1330 BC View of Tutankhamun’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings, Thebes, 1327 BC Tutannkhamun’s Golden Throne, c.
www.unc.edu /~egatti/Art36/slide_lists/Egyptian/new_king_amarna.doc   (227 words)

  
 Formative Phases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Locona (1650-1500 BC) - first chiefly residences; evidence for elite objects and representation of important persons in figurines.
Earliest public architecture in the form of an enclosure lined with posts and a single-room structure that may have been a temple or shrine.
Nevada (1500-1200 BC) - earliest phase at Tlatilco, with evidence for settled farming village.
www.ku.edu /~hoopes/506/Formative.htm   (252 words)

  
 miniature Nefertiti (ca 1350 BC) and giant Nimrud winged man-lion(ca 883 BC)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Nefertiti (1353-1336 BC) was less than a foot hight, and though I hadn't time to draw its detail, I was so impressed by its form that I captured that, at least, in outline.
In contrast, the10 foot high limestone winged-lion gate guardian from the palace of Ashurnasirpal II (883-856 BC) was so large, that I drew little more than its human head.
The succession of city-state kingdoms in both parts of the world, required a specialization of societal activity that generated leaders and administrators like Gudea (inset left) and Ashurnasirpal II, leaders that were crucial to producing artifacts like those reflected here.
www.tc.columbia.edu /taylor/artonart/BigLLitN.stm   (246 words)

  
 Ancient Greek Cup 1350 Bc
Approximately 1,000 BC-146 BC: Ancient Greece rises and falls...
Age I, ca 1350-1000 BC, in NW Iran...
Greek S. Italy, ca late 4th Century BC, Gnathian ware stemless cup glazed...
www.1-web-antique-ceramics.info /1/ancient-greek-cup-1350-bc.html   (840 words)

  
 Mitanni   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Mitanni (also, more correctly, Mittani) was the name of the Hurrian population in West Asia in the second millennium BC, around the Khabur River in upper Mesopotamia, and, most notably, to a ruling dynasty of Indo-Aryan origin who dominated that population during the 15th and 14th centuries BC.
By approximately 1350 BC, the Mitanni kingdom had weakened, and had become practically dependent on the Hittites, then under the rule of Shuppiluliuma I.
Assyria, previously under Mitanni control, was able to assert its independence during the reign of Ashuruballit I in approximately 1330 BC.
33beat.com /Mitanni.html   (435 words)

  
 CUPE BC
The Liberal economic agenda is relying on the construction boom that supposedly will be generated as a result of BC being awarded the 2010 Olympics.
Large forest companies will be compensated up to $275 million for losing 20% of their tree farm licences even though they will be able to make millions with the new tenure system.
These changes to BC’s most valuable resource is a give away to the US government’s demand that BC give up its sovereignty over our own forest lands in exchange for a settlement of the soft wood lumber dispute.
www.cupe.bc.ca /1350   (1026 words)

  
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This would explain the apparent dearth, again, of Hammurabic archaeology in Babylon [6500]: "Due to extensive later rebuilding and the recent rise of the water table, the city of Babylon is virtually unknown archaeologically for this period, and only a handful of tablets from it have survived".
Samsuiluna's successor was Abi-eshu (c.1711-1684 BC, conventional), who, though he repelled a Kassite attack, "was unable to prevent the Kassite chief Kashtiliash I from becoming King of Hana" [6600].
1620-1590 BC, conventional) - to be folded with Mursilis II - eventually brought an end to the glorious kingdom of Yamkhad, destroying the city of Aleppo [6800], he then went on to take and plunder Babylon, then ruled by Samsuditana, thus effectively bringing to an end the Hammurabic dynasty.
www.specialtyinterests.net /el_amarnas_mesopotamians.html   (8022 words)

  
 Drumwaster's Rants!: Let's Talk Palestine.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Around 1350, Egyptian influence in the area dramatically decreased, due to turmoil in the core Egyptian nation (Amenhotep, anyone?) This left a power vacuum in Canaan, which was filled by the Hittites (though their power was declining at the time as well), and the Phoenicians.
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)

  
 Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc (Fortress, 22)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
"Mycenaean Citadels, c.1350-1200BC" is an excellent companion to "Troy, c.1700-1250 BC", also written by Nic Fields and illustrated by Donato Spedaliere, also published by Osprey as part of their "Fortress" series of books.
Besides surveying the citadels built by the Mycenaeans, it also serves as a good general introduction to the Mycenaean world, although of course the focus is primarily on military matters.
This slim volume is well illustrated with photographs of modern ruins and detailed paintings of what the citadels and palace complexes looked like 3300 years ago.
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 1350 BC Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 Encyclopedia: 1350 BC
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 Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc (Fortress, 22) (Nic Fields)
Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc (Fortress, 22)
Legendary sites such as Mycenae, Tiryns, Argos, Krisa, the Athenian Acropolis and Gla are all representative of their fortified citadels that dominated the Greek countryside for some 300 years until their sudden decline and abandonment around 1100 BC.
This title describes the golden age of these fortifications; it details how these formidable structures were constructed and extended, as well as revealing the elaborate palace complexes built by the great Mycenaean warlords immortalised in the verses of Homer’s Iliad.
johnkeyes.com /a/184176762X-mycenaean-citadels-c-1350--1200-bc-fortress-22.html   (438 words)

  
 BC GALLERIES Ancient & Tribal Art Antiques,Regional Art Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Amarna period, reign of Akhenaten, c 1350-1334 BC Egypt
Amarna period, reign of Akhenaten, 1350-1334 BC Egypt
Posthumous issue, ca late 4th to early 3rd century BC.
www.trocadero.com /bcgalleries/catalog/Antiques:Regional_Art40.html   (439 words)

  
 Ark of the Covenant Secrets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The evolution of the throne and footstool into an ark mounted with cherubim, though, was not a Jewish idea necessarily, but a development of the Ancient Near East.
At right is an Egyptian throne chair styled after King Tutankhamen¹s, 1350 BC.
In this case, the JPS specifically refers to a treaty between some King Shuppilulimas of the Hittite empire and King Mattiwaza of Mittani, 14th century, BC.
home.earthlink.net /~tonybadillo/ark/ark1.html   (2256 words)

  
 Amazon.de: English Books: Mycenaean Citadels C.1350-1200 BC (Fortress)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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From 1600 BC urban civilisation in Greece began to thrive and the power of a number of warlord states began to be felt around the Aegean.
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 Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc (Fortress, 22) | Bill's Outbursts
Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc (Fortress, 22)
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 Ghost Signs - Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc (Fortress, 22) by Nic Fields Donato Spedaliere   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ghost Signs - Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc (Fortress, 22) by Nic Fields Donato Spedaliere
Comment: "Mycenaean Citadels, c.1350-1200BC" is an excellent companion to "Troy, c.1700-1250 BC", also written by Nic Fields and illustrated by Donato Spedaliere, also published by Osprey as part of their "Fortress" series of books.
On the whole, a good, short source of additional information with helpful reconstructions that show people in ancient dress walking about.
www.ghostsigns.com /item-184176762X.htm   (327 words)

  
 Erlitou culture --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - The online encyclopedia you can trust!
Numerous sites, dating to about 3600 BC, have been excavated and reveal an agricultural way of life similar to that of the preceding Badarian culture, but with advanced skills and techniques, including mud-brick structures in fair-sized...
As hunters began to domesticate land animals and others learned to plant agricultural crops, ancient fishers captured and raised wild fishes.
The Chinese raised fishes as early as the 5th century BC.
www.britannica.com /ebc/article-9363869?tocId=9363869   (884 words)

  
 Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc (Fortress, 22) : Entertaining Comments   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc (Fortress, 22) : Entertaining Comments
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Ancient Siege Warfare: Persians, Greeks, Carthaginians and Romans 546 146 BC
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 Ancient Time Lines
Shalmaneser of Assyria conquers the Mitanni (1273 BC)
reign of Tiglath-Pileser I of Assyria (1114 BC)
David is the king of Judah and Israel until 960 BC (1000 BC)
www.sarissa.org /timelines.php?culture_id=&header=Sumer   (3345 words)

  
 Child Toy-Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc -Fortress, 22-   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Child Toy-Mycenaean Citadels C 1350 - 1200 Bc -Fortress, 22-
They withstood numerous sieges until being finally overcome by the artillery of Mehmet the Conqueror in 1453, and exist today as a time capsule of Byzantine and...
When a lustful Trojan prince abducts the beautiful Queen Helen of Sparta, Helen`s husband vows to recover her no matter the cost.
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 MYCENAEAN CITADELS C. 1350-1200 BC by FIELDS, NIC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
MYCENAEAN CITADELS C. 1350-1200 BC by FIELDS, NIC
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This volume charts the histories of the fortified citadels that dominated the Greek countryside for over 2000 years.
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 Dream Interpretation Dictionary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Dream interpretation began 3000 to 4000 BC, where they were documented onto clay tablets.
The path of interpretations leads back to the ancient Egyptians, where the first written record of dream interpretation dates back to 1350 BC.
Every person is different, that is why looking up dream symbols is not always an accurate interpretation.
dream-interpretation.xuyase.com   (345 words)

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