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  Europa Barbarorum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In around the 4th millennium BC, the Eurasian steppes were dominated by Indo-European speaking peoples from the Caucasus and Anatolia and, in the 3rd millennium BC, these same Indo-Europeans founded the Yamnaya culture in today's Turkmenistan.
By the late 3rd century BC, however, the Yuezhi were clearly known as suppliers of horses to the Chinese.
Then the Kunmo of the Wusun, intent on avenging the attack inflicted upon them by the Yuezhi in 173 BC when they were their neighbors in Gansu, sought permission from his Xiongnu overlord, Junchen Chanyu, to lead a force of Wusun cavalry into the Yili Basin region.
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 Curricular Resources in Canadian Studies:British Columbia
Included are links to a guide to 174 archival repositories in BC, a database of records held at 158 publicly-accessible archival repositories in the province, and links to other BC archive web sites.
Families in BC History (K-1); Communities in BC History (2-3); First Nation's Art in BC (4); The Cariboo Gold Rush (5); Multiculturalism (6-7); Social Institutions (8); First Nations in BC (9); Economy and Technology (10); BC Resource Development (11); Women in BC History (11); and Art in BC History (12).
It was launched in 1997 to mark the 125th anniversary of public education in the province of British Columbia.
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 Terence (c. 190-158 B.C.)
The Brothers (Adelphi) was first performed in 160 B.C., at the funeral games of Æmilius Paulus.
The weakness of Terence lies in his lack of the bolder elements of action.
Publius Terentius Afer (195 or 185 - 159 B.C.)
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 travelsrilanka - The Concise Guide to Anuradhapura's Archaeological Wounders - Sri Lanka   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
When Vattagamini fled the city before an Indian invasion in 102 BC, he was supposedly taunted by this monk, who shouted after him, “Look at the great fl Singalese running away!” 14 years later Vattagamini regained the throne, had Giri executed, and built the Abhayagiri where the monk’s hermitage once stood.
The Isurumuniya Vihara was built in the 3rd century BC as part of a monastic complex called Issiramana, which received its name from the 500 nobles (issara, ‘those of the first rank’), who sought ordination as monks there.
The Lankarama Dagoba was founded in the 1st century BC by King Vattagamini Abhaya at the place where he took refuge during a Tamil invasion.
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 Ancient Roman Coins in History Page 2
Brutus was born in 85 BC and on the death of his father was adopted by his uncle.
After the battle at Pharsalus, Brutus was pardoned by Caesar becoming governor of Cisalpine Gaul in 46 BC, holder of the high office of praetor of the city in 44 BC, and receiving a promise by Caesar to hold the governorship of Macedonia.
This denarius struck in 31 BC alludes to the historic Battle of Actium.
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 Prien, Priene, city of Alexander The Great
Prince Graphemes who had spent his childhood in Priene, came to rule the Kingdom of Cappadocia in 158 BC, but when he was banished from the throne a short time later, he left the state treasury to Priene for protection.
In 135 BC, through a decree issued by the Senate of Rome, Dryussa was definitely joined to Priene and the misunderstanding was thus ended After the death of King Attalus II of Pergamum in 133 BC, his lands were attached to Rome in conformity with his will, and Priene thus came under Roman rule.
In 130 B.C. a 116 meter gallery was donated as a gift by the King of Cappadocia -Ariartes IV (Orophenes) behind the street on the northern side as sacred stoa.
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 Gladiator History: Brothers Gracchi
Born: 158 BC Died: 121 BC Character in Gladiator Portrayed by
He was elected Tribune himself in 133 BC and his forceful tactics at getting laws and reforms through made him very unpopular in the Senate.
In 123 BC he was elected Tribune and pushed through laws that benefitted all classes except the Senate.
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 J1702   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In 167 BC the defeated Macedonia was organized into four merides (an administrative division existing before the Roman settlement) with regulations against inter-regional commerce and intermarriage.
BC the province was flooded with Athenian ‘New Style’ tetradrachms.
BC or a little later, alongside the denarii of the Roman Republic.
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 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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 Brief Guide to Kushan History
The date had to be close to 58 BC (a number of inscriptions in the era can be roughly dated) and could recall that there had been articles (notably by Bivar and Fussman) which settled the matter in the late seventies, and early eighties.
Curiously it was not the dating of the Azes era to 58 BC which attracted the greatest criticism.
The Azes era cannot be dated later than 30 BC or earlier than 80 BC and still be compatible with the present Kushan chronology.
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 Xiongnu - Ancient China - China
In 166 BC he personally led 140,000 cavalry to invade Anding, reaching as far as the imperial retreat at Yong.
In 158 BC, his successor sent 30,000 cavalry to attack Shang comandery and another 30,000 to Yunzhong.
In the period 114 BC to 60 BC, the Xiongnu prodcued altogether seven shanyu.
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 Asia Minor Coins - Cappadocia
The eastern region was largely mountainous, heavily influenced by volcanic activity, and consisted of flatter plains in the west, though situated on high plateaus.
After the fall of the Hittite empire around 1750 BC, Cappadocia was ruled by various invading factions, such as the Phyrgians and Cimmerians.
Under Ariarathes IV, Cappadocia supported Rome in the early 2nd century BC against Perseus of Macedonia, son of Philip V. Having won the faith of the growing power of Rome, the Cappadocians remained on favorable terms with independent status for the next two centuries.
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 The Xiongnu 匈奴 - Asia Finest Discussion Forum
In 209 BC, just three years before the founding of the Han Dynasty, the Xiongnu were brought together in a powerful confederacy under a new chanyu named Modu (冒頓).
Before the death of Modu in 174 BC, the Xiongnu had driven the Yuezhi from the Gansu corridor completely and asserted their presence in the Western Regions in modern Xinjiang.
In 158 BC, his successor sent 30,000 cavalry to attack the Shang commandery and another 30,000 to Yunzhong.
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 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Terence was born in 190 BC in Carthage.
He was a Lybian slave and was taken by his master, the Roman senator Terentius Lucanius, to Rome where he received and excellent education and was later freed.
Terence left for Greece in 158 BC to further study Menander and other Greek Theatre forms, but he never returned and tradition says that he was drowned.
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 The Xiong Nu Empire - History Forum
In 85 BC, the Wu Huan and Ding Lin rebelled and defeated the weakened Xiong Nu.
After Ho Han Yeh’s death in 31 BC, the Eastern Xiong Nu re-gained their power and eventually overthrew the Han protectorate in 18 BC under the rule of Yu Chang Yu.
In 158 BC, the Xiong Nu again entered China and advanced near Chang'an, yet Grousset doesn't say the Xiong Nu did anything to the city.
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 Turkey_Tours.. Plan your trip with Runner Travel
Founded in the 2C BC by Attalus II (160-139 BC), king of Pergamum, and named ATTALEIA in his honor, modern Antalya has few relics of its ancient past.
About 158 BC Attalus attempted to subdue the rebellious city of Selge, which was nominally part of the kingdom of Pergamum, and although he failed in his attempt, he managed to conquer a large part of Pamphylia.
It was not until 67 BC that a successful campaign conducted by Pompei put an end to piracy in that part of the Mediterranean.
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 Roman Republican
As the people resented their loss, Plautius caused them to be placed in wagons and conveyed back to Rome early in the morning, in order that they should not be recognized their faces were covered with masks.
Silanus [ M. 116 or 115 BC - M. Sergius Silus [ M. 115 or 114 BC - M. Cipius M.f.
Philippus [ L. 113 or 112 BC - L. Manlius Torquatus [ L. 112 or 111 BC - Cn.
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 2nd century BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 2nd century BC started on January 1, 200 BC and ended on December 31, 101 BC.
164 BC November 21: Judas Maccabaeus, son of Mattathias of the Hasmonean family, restores the Temple in Jerusalem.
113–101 BC - migration of the Cimbri and the Teutons, defeated at the battles of Aquae Sextiae and Vercellae
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 Ancient Imports - Roman
#11518 VF/VF 217-215 BC Roman Republic AE Semuincia
#14933 gF/gF 169-158 BC Roman Republic AE As of Turdus / TVRD
#9154 F/F 121 BC Roman Republic AE Quadrans CARBO
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 BC 158 pdf datasheet
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We recommend that you review the BC 158 datasheet to confirm the device functionality, pinout, and performance for your application.
Datasheets.org.uk is not responsible for any incorrect or incomplete information about BC 158.
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 The mints of the Roman period
After the defeat of Perseus by the Romans in 168 BC the monarchy was abolished, and Macedonia was divided into four administrative districts, the 'merides' (portions).
Minting rights, which had initially been abrogated except for certain Roman issues, were first granted to the 'merides'.
The last silver coins bearing the words "of the Macedonian People" were struck in the first quarter of the 1st century BC.
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 Cornelia, Roman Republic Coins of, at WildWinds.com
CIANA, Æ as, (29.77g) 169-158 BC, Head of Janus.
Facing head of Medusa in center of triskeles, ears of corn between legs / Jupiter standing right with thunderbolt & eagle; LENT MAR to left, COS to right.
Cornelius Lentulus, C. Claudius Marcellus Denarius, Apollonia, 49 B.C. Apollo's hd.
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Phoenician civilization was an enterprising maritime trading culture that spread right across the Mediterranean during the first millennium BC.
The city of Tyre was the southernmost, with Sidon and Tyre being between.Although the people of the region called themselves the Canaani or Kenaani, the name Phoenicia became common due to the Greeks who called them the Phoiniki.
Eventually Phoenicia accepted rule by the Persians and slowly died out by the end of the first milenium BC.
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 .22lr bullet coefficient? - Benchrest Central Forums
LR Subsonic HP, 1025 MV, 88 MV, 0.111 BC PMC, 38-gr.
Match Rifle (22MR), 1050 MV, 98 ME, 0.110 BC RWS, 40-gr.
SSS Sniper Subsonic, 950 MV, 120 ME, 0.090 BC *NOTE: Queried WOLF company directly to verify the above, however, they said they did NOT have available any of the BCs for the above three loads, nor did they list the length of the test barrel or its rate of twist.
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 160 BC at AllExperts
160 BC Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
Decades: 210s BC 200s BC 190s BC 180s BC 170s BC - 160s BC - 150s BC140s BC 130s BC 120s BC 110s BC
Years: 165 BC 164 BC 163 BC 162 BC 161 BC - 160 BC - 159 BC 158 BC 157 BC 156 BC 155 BC
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 Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act
29 Mar 2004 (BC Reg 64/04)> inoperative [s.
from 15 Jun 1995 to midnight 15 Sep 1998 [retro from 15 Jun 1997 (BC Reg 185/97)]; inoperative on s.
1 Jan 2004 (BC Reg 465/03, repealing BC Reg 428/03
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 Egypt, Arsinoe II, ancient coins index with thumbnails - WildWinds.com
Alexandria mint, struck under Ptolemy II, 253-246 BC.
Alexandria, posthumous issue, probably struck under Ptolemy III, 246(?)-242/1(?) BC.
Alexandria mint, struck under Ptolemy VI-VIII, circa 180-116 BC.
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 VCoins - The Online Coin Show for Ancient Coins, US Coins, and World Coins
Kings of Macedonia, Alexander I. (?), 498-454 bc.
Kings of Macedonia, Alexander the Great, 336-323 bc.
L.Sulla Imp(erator), L. Manlius Proq(aestor) Denarius, mint moving with Sulla, 82 bc.
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 CHAMPION LAKES GOLF & COUNTRY, golf Fruitvale - BCgolfguide.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
BC Course Search E-Store BC News and Archives BC Travel Interactive BC Golf Savings Calendar Community Advertise Course Admin
View other courses in Fruitvale or perform a new BC golf course search
All information contained on this site has been solicited by and is for the exclusive use of the BCgolfguide.com.
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 Guy Clark Ancient Coins and Antiquities- Roman Republic Coins
L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi, 90 BC, AR Denarius.
Aemilius, as governor of Syria, repressed the incursions of the Nabatean Arabians and compelled their king, Aretas, to submit and pay a fine of 300 talents to Pompey.
Most are well worn as the silver content was less than the denarii concurrent with these, therefore they tended to circulate longer as they had the same value in commerce.
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 House of Commons Hansard Written Answers for 4 Jul 2002 (pt 27)
It should be noted that the extent measure is one of the four measures of deprivation in the ILD and one of the six district measures in the ID 2000.
Chelmsford BC Chester CC Chichester DC Congleton BC Cotswold DC Coventry CC Derbyshire Dales
To ask the Deputy Prime Minister when he will publish the choice and quality in housing for older people guidance strategy that has been conducted with the Department of Health; and if he will make a statement.
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