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 history
The lower city was founded in approximately the 18th century BCE (Middle Bronze Age) and continued to be settled until the 13th century (the end of the Late Bronze Age) when both the upper and lower city were violently destroyed.
It was finally destroyed by the Assyrian King Tiglath-Pilesser III, who, in 732 BCE conquered the entire area of Galilee (Kings II, 15:29), in a campaign that marked the beginning of the end of the independence of the Northern Kingdom of Israel.
During the 7th - 2nd century BCE settlement was confined only to the citadels which were erected in the western extremity of the upper city.
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 Directory - Society: Philosophy: Reference: Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Anaxarchus   ·  cached  · 4th century BCE philosopher of Abdera, from the school of Democritus.
Cicero, Marcus Tullius   ·  cached  · 1st century BCE Roman orator and philosopher of the New Academy.
Euclides   ·  cached  · 4th century BCE native of Megara, and founder of the Megarian or Eristic sect.
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 Gezer
At the beginning of the 10th century BCE, Gezer was conquered and burned by an Egyptian pharaoh (probably Siamun), who gave it to King Solomon as the dowry of his daughter.
The conquest of Gezer by the Assyrian ruler Tiglath Pileser in 733 BCE is depicted in a stone relief found in the ruins of the palace of the kings of Assyria at Nimrud in Mesopotamia.
During the 5th-4th centuries BCE, it was part of the Persian province of Yehud.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/Archaeology/Gezer.html   (1757 words)

  
 1 in Faith: A Christian Bible Study - Ethics: War - Letters from Jerusalem
In the middle of the 14th century the ruler of the then Canaanite city-state corresponded with the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaton, and sometime later a tribe known as the Jebusites took control of the city.
In 538 BCE Persian armies defeated the Babylonian forces, and the descendants of the exiles were allowed to return to Judah and to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem.
This fifth century temple was the second temple; the first temple, built by Solomon in the middle of the tenth century BCE, was destroyed by the Babylonians in 587 BCE.
www.geocities.com /christianbiblestudy/Ethics/jerusalem.htm   (9830 words)

  
 Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Society, Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Caird, Edward Nineteenth century Scottish philosopher who was one of the key figures of the idealist movement that dominated British philosophy from 1870 until the mid 1920s.
Cicero, Marcus Tullius 1st century BCE Roman orator and philosopher of the New Academy.
Euclides 4th century BCE native of Megara, and founder of the Megarian or Eristic sect.
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 Phoenicia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The arrival of Alexander the Great in 333 - 332 BCE is the main turning point, for Hellenistic Phoenicia lost its influential mercantile role, and the distinctive culture of its cities was Hellenized under Alexander and his Macedonian successors.
From the 10th century BCE, their expansive culture established cities and colonies throughout the Mediterranean.
Letters from the 14th century BCE, written in Akkadian, the language of diplomacy at the time, which were discovered at Tell el- Amarna in Egypt, contain solecisms that are not 'mistakes' but actually early Phoenician Canaanite words and phrases.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/phoenicia   (2357 words)

  
 Greeks - Enpsychlopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Greeks are the people who have populated Greece from the 17th century BCE until the present day.
After the 4th century BCE, Greek became the lingua franca of the East Mediterranean region and was widely spoken by educated non-Greeks.
During the 20th century, a huge wave of migration to the United States, Australia, Canada,and elsewhere created a Greek diaspora which, in many ways, has developed a cultural identity separate from that of the Greeks who remained home.
www.grohol.com /wiki/Greeks   (1945 words)

  
 Genesisarchaeologicalanomalies
Grayson's articles point out that Calah was the capital of Assyria during the 9th-7th centuries BCE until it was succeeded by Nineveh which became Assyria's capital during the reign of Sennacherib (BCE) in the 7th century.
This archaeological anomaly suggests that Genesis could not have been composed in the 7th century BCE because within "living memory" there would be a realization that the city was a recent creation.
A 7th-6th century Bozrah (the principal building remains are 7th-6th centuries, not 8th) suggests Genesis was composed either in the 6th or 5th century BCE.
www.bibleorigins.net /Genesisarchaeologicalanomalies.html   (2526 words)

  
 Tel Beth Shean: An Account of the Hebrew University  Excavations
This ware is typical to assemblages of the 16th century BCE in the Jordan Valley, Samaria Hills and Transjordan.
During the Thirteenth Century BCE, the reign of Seti I, Ramesses II and Merneptah, the Egyptian rule over Canaan became stronger, as evidenced by the establishment of citadels, governors' residencies, and headquarters of the Egyptian administration.
We still miss a stratigraphic sequence to fill the gap between the 10th century BCE destruction layer found in Area S, and the 8th century destruction layer in Area P. Among the finds from this period was the bottom of a jar inscribed with a Hebrew inscription in fl ink on its lower part.
www.rehov.org /project/tel_beth_shean.htm   (7815 words)

  
 The Jewish Community in Albuquerque, New Mexico
In the 14th century BCE (Before Common Era), Jews were led out of slavery in Egypt and, after forty years of nomadic existence in the desert, came eventually to the land believed to have been promised by God to the descendants of Abraham.
From about 200 BCE until 1880 Hebrew did not function as a spoken language, but was rather a written and liturgical language.
In the late 19th century, people began to attempt to use this version of Hebrew as a daily language, and by the early 20th century a language community had formed.
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 NASA - World Atlas of Solar Eclipse Paths   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
[ 2 ] BCE (Before Common Era) and CE (Common Era) are secular alternatives for the terms BC and AD, respectively.
Second Millennium BCE (2000 BCE to 1001 BCE)
First Millennium BCE (1000 BCE to 0001 BCE)
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 shroud of Turin
Apparently, the first historical mention of the shroud as the "shroud of Turin" is in the late 16th century when the shroud was brought to the cathedral in that city, though it allegedly was discovered in Turkey during one of the so-called "Holy" Crusades in the so-called "Middle" Ages.
The shroud allegedly was in a fire during the early part of the 16th century and, according to believers in the shroud's authenticity, that is what accounts for the carbon dating of the shroud as being no more than 650 years old.
Walter McCrone analyzed the shroud and found traces of chemicals that were used in "two common artist's pigments of the 14th century, red ochre and vermilion, with a collagen (gelatin) tempera binder" ( McCrone 1998).
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 Daniel, date of, authorship date
Perhaps the easiest way of understanding why Daniel was written about 530 BCE is by using the English language from another era.
The point of watching such a movie is to show how the person from the 30th century does not fit into the 20th century.
The Dead Sea Scrolls are known to have been written in the era of 170 BCE to 50 CE.
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 Bible Chronology
Born in 2970 BCE, he was the first great patriarch of the post-Flood society and the common ancestor of all mankind born after the Flood.
Born in 2333 BCE, he was the son of Arpachshad, the father of Eber, and the third generation from Noah.
Born in 2008 BCE, she was the daughter of Terah and the half-sister and wife of Abraham.
www.betterdaysarecoming.com /chron/chronology.html   (12186 words)

  
 ArtLex on Steles
Stele of the Royal Scribe Ipi, mid-14th century BCE, limestone, mineral paint, 95 x 71 cm, Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Stele of Zincirli, 7th century BCE, height 3.46 m, Near-Eastern Museum, Berlin.
Magical Stela, 360-43 BCE, Dynasty 30, reign of Nectanebo II, late Dynastic period, greywacke, height 32 7/8 inches (83.5 cm), Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.
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 Thebes
The city became important during the 11th dynasty (21st century BCE) when the local governor gained control over the entire Egypt, and Thebes stayed on as capital until the 14th century BCE, when Akhenaten became Pharaoh.
With the attack of the Assyrians in 661, Thebes was sacked.
The temple that lies in modern Luxor centre, was begun in 1417 BCE.
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 Egyptians and foreigners   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Conflict with Hatti began in the 14th century BCE when the Hittites extended their empire into the traditional Egyptian sphere of interest on the Syrian coast.
In the 16th century BCE the shadoof was introduced, possibly from Mesopotamia.
In the course of the centuries Nubians and Libyans who had settled in the country were culturally integrated into the Egyptian mainstream; but the colonists of the first millennium BCE, the Ionians, Carians, Jews, and Greeks did not abandon their own traditions and remained to some extent alien [ 5 ].
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 The Exodus: 'A Dead Issue.' - EvC Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
However, the Hebrew Bible is not the sole source we have for reconstructing the background of Syria-Palestine in the early 2nd millennium BCE onwards.
Therefore, the conclusion is that contemporary literary sources for a mid 15th century BCE Exodus do not support the Hebrew Bible’s dating for the Exodus from Egypt.
We have a huge amount of texts to illustrate the political and social background of the ancient Near East, yet the Israel of the Bible and the events associated with her entry onto the world stage are totally ignored by recorded history.
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 The Pennsylvania Gazette: The Bible's People
Removal of the "Lion and Dog" stone panel (14th century BCE), with the tel in the background.
Probably used as a stand to support a vessel in which incense was burned, this shrine house is modeled in the form of a two-story temple building.
Earlier in the century, archaeologists tended to dig as much and as widely as they could and hunted for the best preserved objects.
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 peoples of the ancient Near East
century BCE during the reign of Ramesses III.
century BCE, in the form of a reference to their capital city of Adaniya in a text by Telepinus.
From all of the evidence considered here, we can conclude that the Danuna (like the other Sea Peoples) were a mobile group, centered mainly in Cilicia and Anatolia, and eventually spreading into Greece and the Levant during the migrations of the Late Bronze Age-Early Iron Age.
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Dates for events in BCE Ireland were taken from the Annals of the Four Masters as published on the Celt Corpus of Electronic Texts.
5th century : 401 - 500 CE 408 - Roman legions are withdrawn from Britain.
14th century : 1301 - 1400 CE circa 1300 - Great Human-Fae War; second weirding is performed (first draining of 'wild magic' from the courts); Rhys looses the majority of his magic [SbM pg.
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 Megiddo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
One of the most significant finds was the water system, consisting of a vertical shaft 120 feet deep connected by a tunnel 215 feet long to a spring located outside the city walls, built during the mid-9th century BCE to protect the city's water supply war time.
Later six of the Armana Tablets (comprising the diplomatic archive of the late 18th Dynasty of Egypt) were letters sent by Biridiya, king of Megiddo, to pharaoh Amenhotep IV (Akhetaton, 1353-1336) in the 14th century BCE.
Although destroyed in the campaign of pharaoh Shoshenq (called Shishak in the Bible) in ca.922 BCE, the city it was rebuilt to even greater magnificence by either Omri or Ahab in the middle of the 9th century BCE.
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 גלריית תמונות
Lid of an anthropomorphic coffin, 12th century BCE
View of the temple of Stratum R2 (15th century BCE).
Plan of the Egyptian garrison quarter at Beth-Shean during the time of the 20th Dynasty (12th century BCE, Stratum Lower VI).
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 Main Events In The History Of Jerusalem Timeline
BCE to CE/AD Pontius Pilate, Roman procurator of Judea for 10 years
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 L
Renaissance Period was from the early 14th Century to the late 16th Century; some sources state
The three groups were known as Saxons, then later as Angles, then as Anglo-Saxons, which died out as a term to be later revived into use.
It was the most important language of Western Europe until the end of the 17th Century.
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 Bethel
A Syrian local tutelary god, named after the sanctuary with the same name (located north of Jerusalem).
He was possibly worshipped in the 7th century BCE by Jewish military colonists on the Egyptian island Elephantine (in the Nile).
Bethel ("house of God") is mentioned in the Bible (Jeremiah: 48:14), as well as in the Ras Shamra texts (a treaty between the Hittites and the Ugarits from the 14th century BCE).
www.pantheon.org /articles/b/bethel.html   (92 words)

  
 Moses --  Encyclopædia Britannica
American folk painter who was internationally popular for her naive documentation of rural life in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
German-Jewish philosopher, critic, and Bible translator and commentator who greatly contributed to the efforts of Jews to assimilate to the German bourgeoisie.
Jewish Kabbalist and presumably the author of the Sefer ha-Zohar (“Book of Splendour”), the most important work of Jewish mysticism; for a number of centuries its influence among Jews rivaled that of...
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 Calendars and Astronomy
Later modified to a 304-day year of 10 fixed-length months with an uncounted winter gap between years.
2 additional months added in 7th century BCE, to give a 355-day year, with a leap month added every other year.
Elimination of leap years for century years, unless they are millenium years corrected the mismatch between solar and calendar years.
www.lasalle.edu /~smithsc/Astronomy/calendars.html   (782 words)

  
 Sec. 4, Anti-masonry Frequently Asked Questions
Any Egyptian iconography or symbolism in masonic concordant bodies can be clearly traced to the wide-spread interest in Egypt in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and not to any lost secret.
The story is derived from the apocryphal Gospel of Nicodemus, which had a great vogue in twelfth century Britain.
Other stories will describe the Grail as a large emerald that fell from Lucifer's crown when he was thrown out of Heaven; the Philosophers' Stone; the Ark of Covenant; a book of Jesus' geneology, written by Jesus;
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 Ding, Fang Ding and Other Mysteries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Middle Shang Li 14th or 13th century BCE
While there seem to be many shapes, generally these didn't change too much over time, as the chart shows.
For this chart, the pottery prototypes date to pre-2500 BCE, Early Shang ranges from 2000-1500 BCE, and Late Shang 1500-1070 BCE.
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