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BC Hydro pays $141.8 million in school taxes and grants-in-lieu of general property taxes in 2003; City of White Rock received $149,567
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 Cato the Elder
By 195 BC he had climbed the traditional ladder of magistrative offices to the its very pinnacle by achieving the post of consul.
In 184 BC Cato finally found the roel of his life, when he was elected as censor.
But in 150 BC he was the leader of a Roman commission of inquiry which was to ajudicate between Carthage and Numidia.
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 Fourth Macedonian War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In 149 BC there appeared a new Macedon pretender to the throne, Andriscus, calling himself Philip and claiming to be the grandson of Philip V and son of Perseus.
He was able to enter the Macedonian republics without serious resistance, defeating the local militias and re-uniting Macedon to a single state.
He was successful enough in raising an army to defeat the first Roman force sent against him in 149 under the command of the praetor Publius Iuventius Thalna (who was killed).
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In 221 BC, his fathers brother-in-law (Hasdrubal) was assassinated, and the troops elected Hannibal as their new leader.
In 202 BC, he was called back to Africa to stop a Roman invation, where he was defeated for the first time by the Roman general Scipio Africanus at the battle of Zama.
In 195 BC, Hannibal was exiled and forced to flee from Roman spies.
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 Cato the Elder: 234-149 BC
These are the famous words of Marcus Porcius Cato, spoken at the end of his many speeches while he was Censor of the Roman state.
Marcus Porcius Cato the Elder lived from 234 BC to 149 BC.
After already holding positions as a statesman and orator in Rome, on his return from the war, Cato was named the Censor in 184 BC.
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 G R E E C E
By 1400 BC the Achaeans were in possession of the island itself, and soon afterwards they became dominant on the mainland, notably in the region around Mycenae.
By 338 BC he was sufficiently powerful to call a congress of the Greek states, which acknowledged Macedonian supremacy in the peninsula and appointed Philip as the commander-in-chief of the Greek forces.
In 290 BC the city-states of central Greece began to join the Aetolian League, a powerful military confederation that had originally been organized during the reign of Philip II by the cities of Aetolia for their mutual benefit and protection.
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121 BC C. Gracchus killed; as tribune he had instituted radical reforms, including the land re-forms of his brother, T. Gracchus, and measure forcing government to supply grain at a fair price; reforms reversed after his tribunate and he was killed in subsequent ri ots.
Civil war (49-46 BC) began; Caesar, refusing to disband his army, led his soldiers in the famous crossing of the Rubicon (Jan. 10-11); marched into Italy against Pompey.
44 BC Caesar assassinated (Mar. 15) by opponents who feared his growing power; Cassius, Marcus Brutus, and Decimus Brutus among the assassins; M. Antony rose to power in Rome; began to organize against the assassins, who had fled Rome.
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 Autobiographical Information: CATO THE ELDER, CATO THE CENSOR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
He is also known as Cato the Censor due to his austere scrutinization of Senate officials in 184 BC and the removal of those who he considered too liberal or open to new foreign ideas, and those who were extravagant or who he felt lived luxurious, immoral lives.
Cato was instrumental in leading to Rome’s attack on Carthage, that led to the beginning of the Third Punic War that began in 149 BC, the year of Cato’s death, and ended in 146 BC with Carthage being burnt to the ground and salt being plowed into its soil.
In 155 BC, he publicly spoke out against visiting Athenian philosophers and in 167 BC, he opposed the declaration of war on Rhodes and he supported the granting of independence to Macedonia.
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 Roman Project Map 5: 133 BC
However, a new ruler appeared in 149 BC and led the forces of a reunited Macedon against Rome.
A Roman army was sent to raze the city, and so it was done in 146 BC after 3 years of war.
Much of Spain was soon to fall, as the tribes that had been warring with Rome since 142 BC were defeated by Scipio Aemilianus in 133 BC.
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 The Battle of Cannae
Carthage occupied the Sicilian town of Massana in 264 BC, after the Mamertines, a group of mercenaries, appealed to Carthage for help against Hiero II, king of Syracuse (a Sicilian city-state).
This offensive was led by Claudius and Marcus Valerius Messalla in 263 BC.
The Romans won further in 262 BC with the towns of Segesta and Agrigentum.
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 2nd century BC
2nd century BC 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC - other centuries)
BC 168 battle of Pydna Macedonian phalanx defeated by Romans
BC 146 Rome destroys Carthage in the Third Punic War
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 Punic War, Third --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Polybius, however, does not give insight into this process, because, living in Rome, he too little appreciated the variety of Italian cultures under Roman sway, from the Gallic peoples in the mountains of the north to the urbane Greeks on the southern coasts.
The city of Carthage, located in what is now Tunisia in North Africa, had been founded in 814 BC by the Phoenicians—a people whose home city was Tyre (now part of Lebanon).
In about 800 BC settlers from the region of Phoenicia established Carthage in a part of North Africa that is now Tunisia.
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189 BC : Antiochus III, king of the Seleucids, is defeated at the battle of Magnesia and surrenders his possessions in Europe and Asia Minor
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13 BC : Augustus expands the borders to the region of the Danube
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 Third Punic War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In I50 B.C. the Carthaginians, when Masinissa made another attack upon their territory, instead of calling upon Rome, from which source experience had taught them they could hope for neither aid nor justice, gathered an army with the resolution of defending themselves.
The loss of Utica was a demonstration of the hopelessness of resistance, so in 149 the Carthaginians sent envoys to Rome with the power to surrender.
They were not forceful in prosecuting the war (apparently expecting that delay would make things easier as the Carthaginians lost their initial enthusiam), though one did temporarily breach Carthage's walls.
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 149 BC
149 BC Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
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The article about 149 BC contains information related to 149 BC.
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 149 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
149 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
Years : 154 BC 153 BC 152 BC 151 BC 150 BC - 149 BC - 148 BC 147 BC 146 BC 145 BC 144 BC
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 Contemporaries 800 BC-AD 600, Greek Mythology Link.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Theban strategist, killed in battle in 362 BC.
Known as Fulgentius Mythographus, he was influential during the Middle Ages, when his "Mitologiarum libri tres" explained the myths by etymology and allegorism.
Not a fragment survives, but his work was described by the traveller Pausanias.
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Trials in the late Roman Republic, 149 BC to 50 BC
To fill that gap Michael C. Alexander has tabulated, as exhaustively as possible, the scattered information available about the 391 known trials, criminal and civil, dating from the last century of the Roman Republic (149 BC to 50 BC).
For each case Alexander provides as many pieces of legal data as are available, including wherever possible the date of the trial, the charge, the verdict, and the names of all involved: defendant, defense speaker, prosecutor or plaintiff, presiding magistrate, jurors, and witnesses.
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 List of Roman laws - Art History Online Reference and Guide
Lex Rubria (122 BC) – Authorized a colony on the ruins of Carthage
The first decree was issued in 121 BC, due to riots provoked by Gaius Gracchus.
Twelve Tables – The first set of Roman laws published by the Decemviri in 451 BC, which would be the starting point of the elaborate Roman constitution.
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However, Masinissa, governor of Numidia and a strong ally of the Romans, was able to pick at Carthage until Carthage attacked Numidia in 150 BC, breaking the treaty that ended the Second War.
Whenever Carthage complained to Rome about his actions, Rome sent a tribunal to them, and then decided in Masinissa's favor.
Rome declared war on Carthage in 149 BC, and an army landed in Africa after a long blockade.
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