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The 5th Century BC Greek historian, Herodotus (who visited Egypt), said that the Egyptians were the most religious people of the world.
The Temple of Amon Re at Luxor owned 169 towns, 500 gardens, vineyards, and orchards, 88 ships, 500000 head of cattle and approximately 1/5 the available population and 1/3 the arable land of all Egypt.
1250-1220 BC), the destruction of Mycenaean palaces (1100 BC) in Greece, the collapse of the Hittite Empire, the movements of the Sea Peoples, and the destruction of coastal cities in Syria and Canaan all characterize the collapse of Bronze Age civilization.
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 Ennius, Quintus on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
BC, Latin poet, regarded by the Romans as the father of Latin poetry, b.
His birthplace was the meeting point of three civilizations—Oscan, Greek, and Latin—and Ennius learned to speak the languages of these cultures.
In 184 BC he was made a Roman citizen.
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 Seleucid dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Seleucid kingdom dated its beginning from 312 BC when Seleucus I Nicator seized Babylon in his own name; but his empire was not really established until Antigonus I was defeated at Ipsus in 301 BC, and Asia Minor was not included until Lysimachus was eliminated in Lydia in 281 BC.
In the treaty of Apamea in 188 BC Scipio imposed the same conditions, demanded twenty hostages including his son Antiochus, a reduction of ships to twelve, and payment to Rome for the cost of the war totaling 15,000 talents over the next twelve years.
In 183 BC Pharnaces I, who according to Polybius surpassed all previous kings in his contempt for the laws, attacked Sinope, then took Tium in Bithynia and invaded Galatia.
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Years: 165 166 167 168 - 169 - 170 171 172 173 Decades: 130s 140s 150s - 160s - 170s 180s 190s Centuries: 1st century - 2nd century - 3rd century169 (number) Events Second Marcomannian War begins.
169 is the natural number following one hundred sixty-eight and preceding one hundred seventy.
The 16:9 aspect ratio (also known as widescreen) is an aspect ratio that is 16/9 or 1.78 times as wide as it is high, i.e.
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 Keeping Catholics Catholic Page XXV-The Timeline-Time Before Christ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
586 BC Destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem and the removal of the Jews to Babylon.
165 BC The Holy Temple of Jerusalem was re-dedicated.
6 BC The Archangel Gabriel visits the High Priest, Zachariah and brings him the news that he and his thought to be barren wife, Elizabeth, will have a son.
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 E G Y P T
In the 7th millennium BC, Egypt was environmentally hospitable, and evidence of settlements from that time has been found in the low desert areas of southern, or Upper, Egypt; remains of similar occupation have been discovered at Nubian sites in modern Sudan.
As a consequence of internal strife, the reigns of this and the succeeding 8th Dynasty (2134-2124 BC) are rather obscure.
In fact the next two dynasties, the 23rd (818-715 BC) and 24th (727-715 BC), were contemporaneous with the latter part of the 22nd Dynasty, just as the 25th (Nubian) Dynasty effectively controlled much of Egypt during the last years of the 22nd and the 24th dynasties.
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 IBSS - History - Greek
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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 174 BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
Decades: 220s BC 210s BC 200s BC 190s BC 180s BC - 170s BC - 150s BC140s BC 130s BC 120s BC 110s BC
In Rome, Quintus Fulvius Flaccus and become censors, and expel nine men from the Senate.
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 Daniel Timeline
The army hangs around into 586 BC making certain that everything including the Temple is totally destroyed and even the walls and gates are burned with fire.
445 BC Nehemiah, assigned as governor of Judea, travels to Jerusalem (from Susa) with a personal mission to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, which would serve to restore dignity and honor to the sacred land.
435 BC Malachi warns God's people of the dangers of apathy, challenges their doubts, and assures them they are God's people.
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 Nabataeans; Nabathaeans (International Standard Bible Encyclopedia) :: Bible Tools
They were friendly to the early Maccabees in the anti-Hellenistic struggle, to Judas in 164 BC (1 Macc 5:25) and to Jonathan in 160 BC (1 Macc 9:35).
Toward the end of the 2nd century BC on the fall of the Ptolemaic and Seleucid Dynasties, the Nabateans under King Erotimus founded a strong kingdom extending East of the Jordan (in 110 BC).
In 47 BC Malchus I assisted Caesar, but in 40 BC refused to assist Herod against the Parthians, thus provoking both the Idumean Dynasty and the Romans.
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2,000 BC – Prophet Ibrahim/Abraham [as] migrates to the land of Palestine/Jerusalem.
965 BC – Prophet Sulayman/Soloman [as] succeeds Daud [as] as the King of Israel.
169 BC – Seleucid King Antochius destroys forbids the practice of Judaism.
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 PASSIA: Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs - Jerusalem
1220 BC: King of Jerusalem defeated by Israelites and the city is destroyed.
Persian Rule 538-333 BC: Persians overthrow Babylonian empire; Jerusalem is capital of Persian province.
169 BC: Seleucids ruler Antochius Epiphanos destroys the city and forbids Judaism.
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 The Hutchinson Dictionary of the Arts: Ennius, Quintus (c. 239-169 BC)@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ennius was born at Rudiae in Calabria, S Italy.
While serving with the Roman army in Sardinia he attracted the notice of Cato the Elder, who brought him to Rome in 204 BC.
There he made a living by teaching Greek and adapting Greek plays for the Roman stage, until 189 BC when he...
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 164 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
164 BC Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
Years: 169 BC 168 BC 167 BC 166 BC 165 BC - 164 BC - 163 BC 162 BC 161 BC 160 BC 159 BC
In October, Ptolemy VI of Egypt goes to Rome to ask for help from the Senate.
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 Autobiographical Information: CATO THE ELDER, CATO THE CENSOR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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.
He served as praetor in 198 BC in Sardinia where he used his legal authority to suppress usury, the practice of lending money at an exorbitant rate of interest.
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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 CATO THE ELDER - Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
His early farm upbringing resulted in a lifelong interest in agriculture and the writing of his De Agri Cultura in 160 BC which is the oldest Latin literary encyclopedia in existence today.
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.
A quaestor was a Roman official either in charge of public funds such as a state treasurer or army paymaster, or a public judge or prosecutor in a criminal trial.
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 Learn more about 2nd century BC in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
You are here: Online Encyclopedia > 2nd century BC
2nd century BC 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC - other centuries)
(2nd millennium BC - 1st millennium BC - 1st millennium AD)
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 Basilica - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Basilica Opimia, built by Opimius, consul in 169 BC
Basilica Sempronia, built by the censor in 169 BC
In the early Imperial period, a basilica for large audiences also became a feature in the palaces.
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The Battle of Pydna concluding the Third Macedonian War occurs and King Persus' forces are routed Pydna (168 BC).
A Greek revolt by the Achaean League is supressed and Cornith destroyed (146 BC).
Gaius Gracchus tribune of the plebs (123 BC).
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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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Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC -
169 BC - 168 BC - 167 BC
June 22 - Third Macedonian War ends with the Battle of Pydna.
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Caesar, Gaius Julius 100-44 BC, writer, politician and dictator 46-44 BC, murdered in a conspiracy on 15 March ("Ides") 44 BC Caesarion "Little Caesar", Ptolemy XV, 47-30 BC; son of Cleopatra, who claimed that Julius Caesar was his father
Curtius, Marcus legendary hero, who in 362 BC leaped, in full armour and on horseback into a deep chasm in the Roman Forum, as the seers declared that the pit would never close until Rome's most valuable treasure was thrown into it
Spartacus Thracian leader of the slave rebellion of 73 BC Spurius Tarpeius commander of the Capitol when it was besieged by the Sabines, in legend father of the maiden Tarpeia
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 160s BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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Roman victory at the Battle of Pydna in 168 BC brings an end to the Macedonian Kingdom.
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 Dan. 9 - Does it Prove 'Jesus' is the 'Christ'?
Counting it from 604 BC the first deportation being in Jehoikim’s reign, whereas the second was in 597 in Jehoikim’s reign, and the last in Zedekiah’s reign 586 BC to about 535 BC when the exiles were returned to the land after the decree of Cyrus.
Hoeh says it was in the year 457 BC when the third decree was given to go and rebuild the Temple.
In mid December 167 BC Syrian authorities rededicated the temple to the Olympian Zeus.
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 Roman Republican
Claudius Caecus in 312 BC, the latter quarrelled with the tibicenes, who retired to Tibur.
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.
Philippus [ L. 113 or 112 BC - L. Manlius Torquatus [ L. 112 or 111 BC - Cn.
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 Ennius, Quintus --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Livius Andronicus, a Greek living in Rome, was the first to adapt Greek plays (in 240 BC), and his example was followed in 235 BC by the poet Gnaeus Naevius, a native of Campania.
Naevius can be regarded as the first native Italian playwright, and the genre of comedies he founded...
His epic Annales, a narrative poem telling the story of Rome from the wanderings of Aeneas to the poet's own day, was the national epic until it was eclipsed by Virgil's Aeneid in the 1st...
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 wikien.info: Main_Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
166 BC Encyclopedia : 1 : 16 : 166 : 166 BC Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
Years: 171 BC 170 BC 169 BC 168 BC 167 BC - 166 BC - 165 BC 164 BC 163 BC 162 BC 161 BC
Battle of Beth Horon The Jewish rebel leader Judas Maccabaeus defeats the Seleucids.
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 Fallacies and Facts
Ptolemy II, Philadelphos (308-246 BC) the Pharaoh (king) of Egypt realized that the physical unification of the Greeks and the almost limitless expansion of the Empire required the standardization of the already widely used common language or Koinē.
Ptolemy II assigned Aristeas, an Athenian scholar, to create the grammar of the new language, one that not only all Greeks, but all inhabitants of the Empire would be able to speak.
He was born in 358 or 354 BC in the town of Europos, Macedonia and died in August/September 281 BC near Lysimathia, Thrace.)
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 Fabius Pictor, Quintus --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The regal period (753–509 BC) and the early republic (509–280 BC) are the most poorly documented periods of Roman history because historical accounts of Rome were not written until much later.
Greek historians did not take serious notice of Rome until the Pyrrhic War (280–275 BC), when Rome was completing its conquest of Italy and was fighting against the Greek city of...
Particularly after 100 BC, there developed a widespread interest in...
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