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  gaius sempronius gracchus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Gaius Sempronius Gracchus (154 BC-121 BC) was a Roman politician of the 2nd century BC.
Gaius was born in 154 BC as the youngest son of Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus (who died in the same year) and Cornelia Africana.
Tiberius was killed in 132 BC near the Capitol, during an armed confrontation with political enemies, lead by Publius Cornelius Scipio Corculum, their cousin.
www.yourencyclopedia.net /Gaius_Sempronius_Gracchus   (666 words)

 Roman Timeline of the 2nd Century BC
184 BC Porcius Cato the Elder is elected as censor, and is known afterwards as Cato the Censor.
135 BC Birth of the tribune of the plebs L. Appuleius Saturninus, somewhere in Picenum.
101 BC Cilicia is annexed as a province of Rome.
www.unrv.com /empire/roman-timeline-2nd-century.php   (1326 words)

 Celtiberians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The longest extant Celtiberian inscriptions are those on three Botorrita plaques, bronze plaques from Botorrita near Saragossa, dating to the early 1st century BC, labelled Botorrita I, III and IV (Botorrita II is in the Latin language).
As a result of the defeat of Carthage, the Celtiberians first submitted to Rome in 195 BC; In 182 to 179 T. Sempronius Gracchus spent years pacifying (as the Romans put it) the Celtiberians; however, conflicts between various semi-independent bands of Celtiberians continued.
After the (154 - 133), Roman cultural influences increased; this is the period of the earliest Botorrita inscibed plaque; later plaques, significantly, are inscribed in Latin.
www.americancanyon.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Celtiberian_Language   (399 words)

 Post Secondary TV Ads
Its expensive BC's "best place" series makes the false claim that the addition of 25,000 post secondary spaces by 2010 is the "largest expansion in 40 years".
According to the ad "B.C. is leading the country in job growth with over 169,000 jobs created since December 2001." That figure uses Statistics Canada's Labour Force Survey which includes self employment as well as unpaid family work.
BC is the best place to live, but BC's government has no claim as best.
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 Spanish Wars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Spanish Wars 205 -133 BC According to the historian Livy, Rome first made Spain a province in 218 BC when the senate declared that Hispania should be one of the two areas (the other being "Africa with Sicily") named for the consuls of the year.
In 179 BC, the Roman allied city of Caravis was besieged by Celtiberian rebels.
Sertorius was appointed governor of Hispania Citerior in 83 BC.
www.barca.fsnet.co.uk /numantine-war.htm   (2698 words)

 Lusitanian War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In 149 BC the tribune L. Calpurnius Piso proposed establishing a permanent court of senators for cases of extortion (quaestio de rebus repetundis), and its judgments could not be appealed to the people or the tribunes.
In 148 BC, the survivors of Galba's massacre revolted again, and captured the territory of Turdetania.
In 142 BC Viriathus finally retreated when he was short of supplies, and went back to Lusitania.
www.barca.fsnet.co.uk /lusitanian-war.htm   (816 words)

 Chronology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Following the battle of Ilipa in 206 BC Two Spanish Kings (Indibil of the Ilergetes and Mandonio of the Ilergavones) revolt against Rome, and invade the territories of Rome’s allies the Suessetani and Edetani.
In 205 BC Indibil and Mandonio continue to cause trouble, but Indibil is defeated and killed in battle, and Mandonio is captured and executed.
In south-west Hispania the Turdetani (under Culcas and Luxinio), supported by the cities of Sexi (Almuñecar) and Malaca (Málaga), defeat and kill C. Sempronius Tuditanis (one of the new Roman governors sent that year).
www.balagan.org.uk /war/0240bc/chronology.htm   (614 words)

ID 2 442 (179 BC) one of a group of inventories toward the end of the period of Independence that are virtually verbatim copies of each other (except for acquisitions).
They are very carelessly written and their lettering is very small, but they keep the same order and much the same phrasing and so one can get a good idea of the treasures of the period in spite of the fragmentary remains of the inventories.
Bruneau (CDH 226) notes the "modification radicale" of the treasure between 156 BC (ID 1417) and 146 BC (ID 1442): the single statue is replaced by two, the pinaxes dedicated by Autokles' sons become anonymous; some objects are omitted; others are added.
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676 BC...In 676 BC an Assyrian raid penetrated Median territory as far as Mt Bikni (Demavend) in the district of Patusharri (Culican: 1965..pg 44)...
In 335 B.C. Alexander asked the Celtic envoys what they feared most..."That the sky might fall on their heads" came the reply.....Celts emerged as a distinct people in the 8th Century BC..
Between 154 and 114 BC the Saka broke the Parthian defense lines and seized a region in eastern Iran known as Sakastan (Seistan)." (Kuznetsov: 1970..pg 568)..
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 Gaius Gracchus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Tiberius was killed in 132 BC near the Capitol, during an armed confrontation with political enemies, led by Publius Cornelius Scipio Corculum, their cousin.
All of this, of course, displeased the senate, very keen to maintain their own privileges.
During this year, he continued to pursue his reforms and to deal with increasing opposition of the senate.
www.1-free-software.com /en/wikipedia/g/ga/gaius_gracchus.html   (630 words)

 Index of Roman Laws
Lex Aebutia de Magistratibus Extraordinariis (154 BC) — the proposer of an extra-ordinary magistracy (such as Dictator) cannot be the one to hold the office.
Lex Caecilia Didia - (98 BC) - forbade the "tacking" of desperate measures in one omnibus bill and enacted that a regular interval of 3 market-days must elapse between the promulgation of a measure and its voting in the assembly.
Lex Hortensia (287 BC) —by plebeian dictator Q. Hortensius, said that resolutions of the Concilium Plebis (plebiscita) should have the force of law and bind the whole community, important measure for the voice of the plebs.
www.unrv.com /government/index-of-roman-laws.php   (2042 words)

BC’s Jerry York is 8-6 in his seven ’Pot appearances, his first championship coming last year.
BC’s Tim Kelleher (struggled against BU, may be replaced with frosh Matti Kaltiainen), Jeff Guiliano (13 points in last 10 games), and Bill Cass (BC’s active Beanpot scoring leader with 0-3-3).
This works in BC’s favor, because even without Eaves the Eagles’ offense might still be better than the Terriers, which has been to fade into nothing at times.
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Founded by the Miletians in the early Sixth Century B.C. at the mouth of the Boog, near its confluence with the Dnieper -- the important intersection of trade routes between Scythia, Asia and the Mediterranean region, Olbia soon became an influential trading and cultural loci of Greek civilization.
Bronze dolphins first appeared in Olbia between 550-525 B.C. Apollo-Dolphinium had been the most important god of the Miletian settlers, and the dolphin was the main attribute of this god.
These fish-coins were the last figure-shaped coins of the Greek world.Bronze dolphins first appeared in Olbia between 550-525 B.C. Apollo-Dolphinium had been the most important god of the Miletian settlers, and the dolphin was the main attribute of this god.
www.russian-coins.net /auc7tob1.htm   (2341 words)

 Gallia Narbonensis
In123 BC he overthrew the Saluviian capitol Entremont, and established a military garrison that would later become Aquae Sextiae.
Massalia was officially incorporated as a Roman city after Caesar defeated their navy in 49 BC, during the Civil War (unfortunately for the Massolites, they had sided with Pompey).
Narbo was fist devastated by fire in the second century, and later, downfall in capital wealth and concurrent barbarian invasions (253-236 BC) greatly slowed its prosperity.
www.usd.edu /~clehmann/pir/gallia.htm   (1072 words)

 Narbonensis --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Subjugated by the Romans (125–124 BC), they were a civitas foederata (“allied state”) with two capitals—Vasio (Vaison-la-Romaine) and Lucus Augusti (Luc-en-Diois).
Excavations at Vaison have shown that the Roman town was built north of an earlier hill...
The Allobroges were first mentioned in history when Hannibal passed through their territory in 218 BC.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9054843   (310 words)

 Athena Review I,4: Romans on the Mediterranean: Nice-Cimiez
A Greek stronghold was founded on the Colline du Château at Nice in the 4th century BC by Phocaeans from Marseille.
In the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC, Cemenelum was a base of the Vediantii, a Ligurian tribe.
In 154 BC Romans helped Massiliotes defend both Nikaia and Antipolis (Antibes) from Ligurian attacks, after which Cemenelum became a Roman settlement along the Via Julia, a major Roman road.
www.athenapub.com /nicecim1.htm   (870 words)

 Legion XXIV - Time Line of Republican Rome
401 BC Battle of Cunaxa, First Persian Civil War, near Babylon, in which Cyrus of Persia was killed in an attempt (with a Spartan and Greek contingent) to seize the Persian throne from his brother Artaxerxes II.
207 BC Battle of Metaurus (south of Fano on Adriatic coast of Italy), 2nd Punic War (219-202) where Marcus Livius and Claudius Nero and Roman force of 50,000 defeated a Carthginian army (50,000 with war elephants) under Hasdrubal (brother of Hannibal) and was the turning point in expelling the Carthginians from Italy.
58 BC Julius Caesar appointed Proconsul-Governor of Cisalpine and Transalpine Gaul and Illyricum.
www.legionxxiv.org /republictimeline   (3695 words)

 Nice History travel: Maps, Prehistoric, Ancient, Greek, Roman, History, France - Provence Beyond
The foundation of ancient Nice was on the Chateau Hill (Colline du Chateau), overlooking and between the present old town and the port.
The only archeological remains recovered there were some ceramic fragments, possibly dating to the Greeks of Marseille of the 6th or 5th century BC.
Auguste conquered the Alpine tribes, and in 14 BC established Cemenelum, at Cimiez, as the regional center of the Alpes Maritimae.
www.beyond.fr /villages/nicehistory.html   (689 words)

 Roman Theater   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
As a compromise, drama continued to presented at various religious festivals, but the theaters were all temporary structures, put up just before the peformances and taken down afterwards.
In 154 BC a third attempt was made to build a permanent stone theater, but the consul, P. Scipio Nasica, caused the unfinished structure to be torn down as "undesirable" and "harmful to public morals" (Livy, Periochae 48.68).
There must, however, have still been some opposition, for the theater was constructed in such a way that it could be seen as serving a religious purpose rather than for mere entertainment.
depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu /classics/dunkle/comedy/romnthtr.htm   (423 words)

 Geometry.Net - Basic_F: France History
The Celtic Gauls arrived between 1500 and 500 BC; after several centuries of conflict with Rome, Gaul lost the territory to Julius Caesar in 52 BC, and by the 2nd century AD the region had been partly Christianised.
B.C. The country was known to the Romans as Gaul.
There were passes to Rheims, a dull cathedral city formerly famous for its champagne, but now only known for its lack, which paratroopers with benevolent interest tried to liven up until their campaign of cheer began to assume the proportions of an international Incident, bringing down the wrath of SHAEF.
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This is for the period circa 181 BC.
The episode unfold sometimes before 181 BC when a large number of Kardakans are brought to settle in the strategic region of Lycia as a reservoir for military conscript and frontier guardsmen.
Upon the death of Eumenes in 159 BC, Lycia regained its independence for a short time, before being regained by the Pergamese to eventually pass into the Roman orbit in 133 BC.
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 149 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Decades: 190s BC 180s BC 170s BC 160s BC 150s BC - 140s BC - 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
Third Punic War declared; Rome lands an army in Africa to begin the Battle of Carthage.
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 2nd century BC
(2nd millennium BC - 1st millennium BC - 1st millennium AD) ----
BC 168 Battle of Pydna -- Macedonian phalanx defeated by Romans
BC 146 Rome destroys Carthage in the Third Punic War
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 155 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
155 BC Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
Years: 160 BC 159 BC 158 BC 157 BC 156 BC - 155 BC - 154 BC 153 BC 152 BC 151 BC 150 BC
On the command of Punicus (maybe a Carthage's general) first and Cesarus after, the people of Lusitania reached Gibraltar.
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 List of Roman laws - Art History Online Reference and Guide
Lex Appuleia - measures of Saturninus, 103 BC and 100 BC
Lex Rubria (122 BC) – Authorized a colony on the ruins of Carthage
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.
www.arthistoryclub.com /art_history/List_of_Roman_laws   (884 words)

 Learn more about 2nd century BC in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Learn more about 2nd century BC in the online encyclopedia.
You are here: Online Encyclopedia > 2nd century BC
Hint: Play with putting spaces before and after your words to see the different results you get.
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Seleukid Empire - King Demetrios I, Sotor, 162-150 BC.
AR Tetradrachm dated 154/153 BC; issued from the Antioch mint, weighing 16.67gms and 31mm in diameter.
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 Ancient Coins and Ancient History Year-By-Year: ancientcoinhistory.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Continuing reconstruction: The Roman Republican periods 154-135 B.C., and 90-74 B.C. have been uploaded.
Continuing reconstruction: Turns out fixing the site is a pretty drawn-out process, but I think having a useful search tool will be well worth the effort.
New Republican Coins: New images have been added to many of the Roman Republic pages, for example 265 B.C., 218 B.C., 211 B.C., 149 B.C., 113 B.C., and 82 B.C. Thanks to the Classical Numismatic Group for permission to use their images.
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