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  Encyclopedia: Roman Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In 311 BC a peace was concluded between the combatants, but in 309 BC war broke out again, and Ptolemy occupied Corinth and other parts of Greece, although he lost Cyprus after a sea-battle in 306 BC.
In 221 BC Ptolemy III died and was succeeded by his son Ptolemy IV Philopater, a weak and corrupt king under whom the decline of the Ptolemaic kingdom began.
In 145 BC he was killed in the battle of Oenoparas near Antioch.
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 Seleucid Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Silver coin of Seleucus I Nicator, founder of the Seleucid Dynasty in 323 BC Seleucus, one of his generals, established himself in Babylon in 312 BC, used as the foundation date of the Seleucid Empire.
Antiochus I (reigned 281-261 BC) and his son and successor Antiochus II Theos (reigned 261-246 BC) were faced with challenges in the west, including repeated wars with Ptolemy II and a Celtic invasion of Asia Minor -- distracting attention from holding the eastern portions of the Empire together.
In 139 BC, Demetrius II was defeated in battle by the Parthians and was captured.
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 cleopatra ii   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
She became regent for her son Ptolemy VII in 145 BC on her husband's death and married her other brother, Ptolemy VIII, in 144 BC, whereupon he slew Ptolemy VII and made himself king.
In 142 BC he took her younger daughter, his niece, Cleopatra III, as wife without divorcing his sister and made his new wife joint ruler.
Cleopatra II led a rebellion against Ptolemy in 132 BC and she remained hostile to him until a public reconciliation was declared in 124 BC.
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 Ptolemaic dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ptolemy VI Philometor (180 BC-164 BC, 163 BC-145 BC) married Cleopatra II, briefly ruled jointly with in 152 BC
Ptolemy VIII (170 BC-163 BC, 145 BC-116 BC) Euergetes II (Physcon) married Cleopatra II then Cleopatra III; temporarily expelled from Alexandria by Cleopatra II between 131 BC and 127 BC, reconciled with her in 124 BC.
Cleopatra VII Thea Neotera (51 BC-30 BC) ruled jointly with Ptolemy XIII (51 BC-47 BC), Ptolemy XIV (47 BC-44 BC) and Ptolemy XV Caesarion (44 BC-30 BC).
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 Ballistic Coefficient
BC is what determines trajectory and wind drift, other factors (velocity among them) being equal.
BC changes with the shape of the bullet and the speed at which the bullet is traveling, while sectional density does not.
This is shown by the smaller difference in BC between the two pointed bullets,.357 for the flat base and.400 for the boat tail.
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 IBSS - History - Greek   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Alexander IV Ptolemaic Dynasty 305-30 BC During this period the Ptolemy's would struggle with the Seleucid Dynasty in Syria for control of Palestine.
In 192 BC peace was made with Syria when he married Cleopatra I, the daughter of Antioch the Great.
When Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 BC, Octavian and Anthony struggled for power which culminated in the Battle of Actium in 31 BC.
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247 BC, king of Syria (261?-247 BC), son and successor of Antiochus I. In warfare with Ptolemy II he had sporadic successes, but his marriage to Ptolemy's daughter Berenice sealed the peace, and most of the Syrian possessions his father had lost were restored to Antio...
He made peace (585 BC) with Cyaxares of Media, continued the Lydian conquest of the Ionian cities of Asia Minor, drove the Cimmerians from Asia, and subdued the Carians.
She was married to her cousin Aristobulus and bore him a son, Herod Agrippa I. She was accused of having instigated the murder of her husband by Herod the Great in 6 BC Later she married Theudion, a brother-in-law of Her...
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 147 BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
Decades: 190s BC 180s BC 170s BC 160s BC 150s BC - 140s BC - 130s BC 120s BC 110s BC 100s BC 90s BC
Years: 152 BC 151 BC 150 BC 149 BC 148 BC - 147 BC - 146 BC 145 BC 144 BC 143 BC 142 BC
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 Cleopatra II of Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
They and their brother, Ptolemy VIII, were co-rulers of Egypt from 171 BC to 164 BC during a war with AntiochusIV of Syria from which Rome finally rescued Egypt.
She became regent for her son Ptolemy VII in 145 BC on herhusband's death and married her other brother, Ptolemy VIII, in 144 BC, whereupon heslew Ptolemy VII and made himself king.
In 142 BC he took her younger daughter, hisniece, CleopatraIII, as wife without divorcing his sister and made his new wife joint ruler.
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 Graphical History: Egypt - Judah - Syria
Aristobulus I was the ruler of Judea from 104-103 BC, Aristobulus II, sone of Alexander Jannaeus, from 67-64 BC, Aristobulus III, grandson of Aristobulus II, was the last of the line and died in 35 BC, probably put to death by the order of Herod.
In 133 BC the Babylonian solar cult was bequeathed to Rome by Attalus III.
The hoard contained 20 shekels minted in Tyre between the end of the 2nd century BC and the first half of the 1st century BC, featuring the head of the Phoenician god `Melqart'.
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 Bible Study - The Seleucids
From him was established the Seleucid Dynasty that lasted for two and a quarter centuries from 312 B.C. Seleucus received the satrapy of Babylonia in 321 B.C. from Antipater, the administrator of Alexander's kingdom.
Seleucus was assassinated in 281 B.C. by Ptolemy Ceraunus.
This included their heathen religion, which from the perspective of Bible History, reached its most outrageous extreme in 167 B.C. when Antiochus IV Epiphanes (see above) entered the Temple of God (see Temples) in Jerusalem, erected an altar to the pagan god Zeus, and sacrificed a pig on it (see Clean and Unclean).
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 Ptolemy VI of Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In 170 BC, Antiochus IV began the sixth Syrian War and invaded Egypt twice.
He was crowned as its king in 168, but abandoned his claim on the orders of the Roman Senate.
He was restored the following year by the intervention of the Alexandrians and ruled uneasily, cruelly suppressing frequent rebellions, until he was killed in Syria, fighting against Alexander Balas.
en.mcfly.org /Ptolemy+VI+of+Egypt   (149 words)

  
 International Trade Of Sindh From Its Port Barbaricon (Banbhore) 200 BC to 200 AD
However, the period from 2500 BC to 40 AD may be considered as the period of pre-trade-wind coastal sailing.
From 200 BC to the middle of first century BC, Egypt was the leading importer and re-exporter of goods form Sindh.It was also the cultural centre of the world.
In 25 BC armies were sent to subdue the hostile Arab tribes and destroy Aden, their market place.
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 Sima Qian - Chinese Literature - Chinese Art
Sima Qian司馬遷; (circa 145 BC145andmdash;90 BC) was a Prefect of the Grand Scribes (太史令) of the Han Dynasty and an astrologer.
Later in 110 BC, at the age of 35, Sima Qian was sent westward on a military expedition against some "barbarian" tribes.
In 96 BC, Sima Qian was released from prison.
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 Ptolemy VII on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
116 BC, king of ancient Egypt (145-116 BC), of the Macedonian dynasty, brother of Ptolemy VI.
He was coruler with his brother and his brother's wife from 170-164 BC Trouble resulted in a settlement by which Ptolemy Physcon ruled Cyrene.
His reign was one of great cruelty; he drove the scholars from Alexandria and thus precipitated the spread of Alexandrian culture.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/P/Ptlmy7.asp   (402 words)

  
 145 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
145 BC Centuries : 3rd centuryBC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
Decades : 190s BC 180s BC 170s BC 160s BC 150s BC - 140sBC - 130s BC 120s BC 110s BC 100s BC 90s BC
In the Battle of the Oenoparus, Ptolemy VI Philometor defeats the Seleucid usurper Alexander Balas, but dies inthe battle.
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 THE HELLENISTIC ERA: SELEUCIA PIERIA
Because of the attacks of the Medes who came from Persia and the inner riots, the Assyria Empire collapsed.(605 BC) The Babylon Empire, who founded a great civilisation in the old ages and who were then under control of various clans again became a huge political power.
When he went to India in about 305 BC, he saw there that there was a strong army commanded by Çandragupta.
In a writing of a religious man (187-175 BC) found in the old Hellen Pantheion of the city, Zeus Olimpius was dealt as the God, Zeus Keraunios, Apollon from Daphne (Defne:Harbiye), Zeus Nicator from Seleucia, Apollon Soter, some god-like heroes and the other kings were also mentioned.
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 Bactrian and Indo-Greeks (250 BC - 55 BC) - DBA 50
In 170 BC, Eucratides overthrew Demetrios II and Antimachos II in the name of the Seleucids and controlled the kingdom.
He was murdered about 145 BC by his son Eucratides II.
Around 40 BC, a Chinese traveller was to marvel at the straight streets, deep wells, and "great mansions like we have in China." Because the Chinese had always thought only barbarian horsemen lived to the west, they were rather surprised.
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 NewsScan Publishing Inc. - NewsScan Daily Archives   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Today's Honorary Subscriber is Classical China's greatest historian, Ssu-ma Ch'ien (c.145 BC -c.85 BC), whose monumental work, the Shih-chi ("Records of the Grand Historian"), is considered to be the most important history of China down to the end of the 2nd century.
The office of grand historian combined responsibility for astronomical observations and for the regulation of the calendar with the duty of keeping a daily record of state events and court ceremonies.
Shortly thereafter he undertook the unfulfilled ambition of his father to write a definitive history of the Chinese past from the enthronement of the legendary Yellow Emperor in 1297 BC down to the hectic reign of the current Han emperor, Wu Ti.
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 Selukid - Demetrius II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In 140 BC, he attacked the Parthians and was captured.
The Parthians released Demetrios II in 129 BC.
Demetrios II was murdered in Tyre by Alexander Zebina in 125 BC.
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 145 Bc   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The only way BC can be assured of making the playoffs is to beat...
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At a team, the Roughriders are averaging a leagu-best 145 yards on the...
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 BC Public Service Agency   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Government of BC has a vision of achieving excellence in public service – service excellence, work environment excellence and people excellence.
The BC Public Service Agency supports that vision by providing leadership in people management and human resource services for government as a whole, line managers and supervisors, HR practitioners and employees.
BC Public Sector Employees: 2005 Canada Savings Plan Campaign
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 Articles - Eucratides I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
170 BC - 145 BC) was one of the Greco-Bactrian kings.
Eucratides became the new ruler of Bactriana while Demetrius's rule was confined to the Punjab, which thus became the Indo-Greek Kingdom.
The immediate successors to Eucratides were Eucratides II, Plato and Heliocles I (145-130 BC), who was the last Greek king to reign in Bactria.
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 Ancient Coins, Seals and Egyptian Antiquities - Liveauctioneers
AR Tetradrachm of 100 - 90 BC, struck with Spalahores as Viceroy.
AR Drachm of 90 - 65 BC, struck with Spalagadames as Viceroy.
AR Tetradrachm, intermediate period, 30 - 20 BC.
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 SC Wrestling Results February 2004
Battery Creek 48, Berkeley 15 103 -- double forfeit 112 -- BC won by forfeit 119 -- BC won by forfeit 125 -- BC won by forfeit 130 -- BC won by forfeit 135 -- Rally Hyrne (BER) def.
Zach Johnson, 16-9 140 -- Ben Mastrofilippo (BC) pinned Brent Dubay, first 145 -- Monte Middleton (BC) pinned Derek Winingham, second 152 -- Paul Armstrong (BC) pinned Daniel Chronbonski, first 160 -- BC won by forfeit 171 -- Kantata Simmons (BC) pinned Matt McBee, second 189 -- Jamal McNeil (BER) def.
Shenton, 15-1 140 -- Sobieszczyk (BE) pinned Middleton, second 145 -- Fussell (BC) pinned Weissglass, first 152 -- Stanley (BE) def.
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 Cleopatra II of Egypt - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
They and their brother, Ptolemy VIII, were co-rulers of Egypt from 171_BC to 164_BC during a war with Antiochus_IV of Syria from which Rome finally rescued Egypt.
Cleopatra II led a rebellion against Ptolemy in 132_BC and she remained hostile to him until a public reconciliation was declared in 124_BC.
After this she ruled jointly with her brother and daughter until 116_BC when Ptolemy died, leaving the kingdom to Cleopatra III.
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 Nabataea: Time Line
169 BC Aretas I, "Tyrant of the Arabs" and "King of the Nabatu" is mentioned in II Maccabees 5:8.
120-96 BC Aretas II, "Erotimus, King of the Arabs," is mentioned in connection with the siege of Gaza (c.
90 BC Obodas I, "King of the Arabs," was the son of Aretas II Obodas defeated Alexander Jannaeus and gained control of the Hauran and Jebal Druze
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 University of Waterloo
77 BC unsuccessful prosecutions of Dolabella and c.
-52 BC revolt of Vercingetorix and seige of Alesia
46 BC Republican/Pompeian army, under Metellus Scipio (and Cato) defeated at the Battle of Thapsus in North Africa
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 146 Bc   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
With four minutes left in the period, BC had outgained the Bulldogs, 146-144.
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