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  2nd millennium BC information - Search.com
Pharaoh Kamose of the Seventeenth dynasty of Egypt (reigned 1573 BC - 1570 BC).
Pharaoh Ramesses I of the Nineteenth dynasty of Egypt (reigned 1293 BC - 1291 BC).
Pharaoh Merneptah of the Nineteenth dynasty of Egypt (reigned 1212 BC - 1202 BC).
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 Wikipedia: 2nd millennium BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 2nd millennium BC marks the transition from the Middle to the Late Bronze Age.
Near the end of the 2nd millennium BC, new waves of barbarians, riding on horseback this time, wholly destroyed the Bronze Age world, and were to be followed by waves of social changes that marked the beginning of very different times.
1623 BC - Volcanic explosion on the Cyclades island of Thera.
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 Pottery - Printer-friendly - MSN Encarta
During the 8th century bc, at Khorsabad, the capital of the Assyrian monarch Sargon II, a temple entrance was decorated with molded glazed brickwork depicting animals in procession.
The painted ware of the 4th millennium, with geometric and animal figures on red, brown, and buff bodies, was not of the same high standard.
First made about 2000 bc, it is characterized by a dark green or blue glaze over a body high in powdered quartz, somewhat closer to glass than to true ceramics.
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 British Columbia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
BC's most populous city is Vancouver, located in southwest corner of the BC mainland called the Lower Mainland.
Glen Clark, a former president of the BC Federation of Labour, was chosen the new leader of the party, which won a second term in 1996, even though it secured fewer total votes than the opposition BC Liberals.
BC Ferries was established as a provincial crown corporation in 1960 to provide passenger and vehicle ferry service between Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland as a cheaper and more reliable alternative to the service operated by the CPR.
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 HistoryLink Essay: Smallpox epidemic ravages Native Americans on the northwest coast of North America in the 1770s.
During the 1770s, smallpox (variola major) eradicates at least 30 percent of the native population on the Northwest coast of North America, including numerous members of Puget Sound tribes.
The 1770s smallpox epidemic affected a large area of the Northwest Coast of North America ranging from Alaska to Oregon.
The smallpox epidemic of the 1770s was the first and the most devastating of a number that were to follow.
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 Veterinary Medicine - Printer-friendly - MSN Encarta
4000-3000 bc, records the use of herbs for curative effects; but animal healing is thought to have begun in Mesopotamia, c.
However, the first veterinary school in the world was not established until ad 1762 by Claude Bourgelat in Lyons and this led to the foundation of a number of veterinary teaching establishments in the 1770s in Sweden, Hanover (Germany), Denmark, and Vienna (Austria).
The occurrence of numerous infectious diseases in animals has been reported throughout the ages, including, in 1494, the first description of the occurrence of sheep pox by François Rabelais.
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 CalendarHome.com - 18th century BC - Calendar Encyclopedia
1787 – 1784 BC -- Amorite conquests of Uruk and Isin
1750 BC -- Hyksos occupation of Northern Egypt
Its purpose and meaning, and even its original geographical place of manufacture remains unknown, making it one of the most famous mysteries of archaeology.
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  Tattoo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
300 BC) were extracted from the permafrost of Altaï in second half of the 20th century (the Man of Payzyrk, during the forties; one female mummy and one male in Ukok plateau, during the nineties).
Europeans rediscovered tattooing during the exploration of the South Pacific under Captain James Cook in the 1770s, and sailors were particularly identified with tattoos in European culture until after World War I.
The "modern" electric tattoo machine is fundamentally the same machine invented by Samuel O'Reilly in 1891, which was based on an electric engraving pen invented by Thomas Edison.
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 Canada & B.C.'s Relationship With First Nations
The first thing the new Canadian province, B.C., passed was the Qualification and Registration of Voters Act of 1872, which stripped Natives of the vote in provincial elections.
The last treaty signed in B.C. St. Joseph's Mission opened south of Williams Lake, three generations of Chilcotin, Carrier and Shuswap were taken there in an attempt to make 'good British subjects' out of them.
1985 The BC Native Women's and national women's organizations long hard fight has resulted in Bill C 31 which sees women and children who have lost their status, as well as those who were enfranchised get their status back.
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 History of theatre Summary
1st century BC) is arguably considered to be ancient India's greatest Sanskrit poet and dramatist.
There are references to theatrical entertainments in China as early as 1500 BC during the Shang Dynasty; they often involved music, clowning and acrobatic displays.
The Tang Dynasty is sometimes known as 'The Age of 1000 Entertainments'.
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This mycotoxin is one of the oldest known.
Early records attributable to the disease include the Spartan War with Athens in 430 BC.
There was a serious epidemic in Europe in 1770s which is now believed to have been caused by ergot infected grains.
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 1720s BC - InfoWrangler Wikipedia Snapshot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Centuries: 19th century BC - 18th century BC - 17th century BC
Decades: 1770s BC 1760s BC 1750s BC 1740s BC 1730s BC - 1720s BC - 1710s BC 1700s BC 1690s BC 1680s BC 1670s BC
It was last modified 00:44 Jul 22, 2002.
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 Topiary Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Greek and Etruscan pottery (on top of the bookcases) was made in the fourth century BC, and may have been acquired by Clive of India, his son the second Lord Clive, or George, second Earl of Powis, who were all in Italy in the 1770s and 1780s.
Henrietta, wife of the second Lord Clive, records her ownership of 'A small Etruscan Vase given to me by the late Sir William Hamilton at Naples found at Nola a few months before I was at Naples'.
Two bell-craters: c.350 BC, attributed to the painter of a vase in the Rodin Museum, Paris (no. 966).
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 Delaware Department of Transportation - Projects
Between the 1720s and 1770s, Scotch-Irish and English immigrants entered the surrounding Hockessin Valley region and pursued farming and milling.
Kaolin deposits were discovered in the 1820s, and the focus of the local economy shifted to mining.
The prehistoric component consisted of scattered prehistoric lithic fragments, probably from the late Archaic (3000 BC - 1000 BC) or Early Woodland (1000 BC - 500 BC) Periods.
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 History and Myths of Rabies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
->Rabies dates back to 30th Century BC, when the disease was known as rubhas, meaning "to do violence" in Sanskrit.
->late 1770s, "furious rabies" may have led to legend of vampires.
Once the vaccines wears off, the dog is suseptible again and must be taken to the vet to recieve its booster.
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 1770S BC Articles Deaths 1750 BC - Hammurabi (middle
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 Inuit Art History
3000 BC The Denbigh culture of western and northern Alaska dates as far back as this.
c.1700 BC Oldest known Early Palaeo-Eskimo portrait of a human, an ivory maskette found on Devon Island.
With this archaeological evidence the existence of the Dorset culture (800 BC -) was established.
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 Sulfur information - Search.com
Homer mentioned "pest-averting sulfur" in the 8th century BC and in 424 BC, the tribe of Boeotia destroyed the walls of a city by burning a mixture of coal, sulfur, and tar under them.
Early alchemists gave sulfur its own alchemical symbol which was a triangle at the top of a cross.
In the late 1770s, Antoine Lavoisier helped convince the scientific community that sulfur was an element and not a compound.
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 chronology of boys' clothing: time line
3,200 BC: The Chinese domesticate the silk moth.
1770s: Early skeleton suits begin to appear in the 1770s which were the first specialized children's clothing.
The earliest ones were still worn wih kne breaches, but by the 1780s they were wrn ith long trousers.
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 Defining Democracy by Thomas Brewton   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Like it or not, political experience of the past 2,500 years demonstrates unequivocally that some policy questions require depth of knowledge and experience-formed judgment not available to the average person in the street.
Hence the conservative posture of Edmund Burke in the 1770s when he supported the American colonists in Parliament, asserting that his constituents had elected him to exercise his best judgment in Parliamentary debate, not to vote on the basis of public whim.
In Greece, where the concept of democracy first appeared, at the time of Pericles and Socrates (around 450 BC), democracy was rule by the 501-man Athenian judicial assembly whose members were chosen by lot.
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 The Silver Institute-Silver Facts-History of Silver
Old World Silver (4000 BC - 1500 AD)
Later improvements, particularly in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, vastly enhanced the base of silver production and accelerated the exploitation of silver as a byproduct of base-metal mining.
Only about 25 percent of cumulative world silver production occurred before the 1770s.
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 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Escape and spend a day on a pristine BC mountain lake angling for wild trout in the glacier lakes of Vancouver and Whistler.
Vancouver, and the BC lower mainland area, has been inhabited for thousands of years by first nations peoples.
Recreation Facilities & Activities: BC Place (the world's largest air-supported dome stadium and home to the CFL B.C. Lions), GM Place (home of the NHL Vancouver Canucks), Aquatic centres, golf courses, beaches, Grouse Mountain, Seymour Mountain, skiing, diving, sailing, swimming, windsurfing, sightseeing.
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 Chevalier D'Eon De Beaumont
After his death this was found to be untrue.
London gossip of the 1770s would have it that the Chevalier had assumed the disguise of a women as a member of the French Embassy and Secret Service in Russia from 1757 to 1760.
Later exiled during a period of French court intrigue, heavy betting in London regarding the question of his sex prompted a court case for which, in July 1777, the Court of King’s Bench recorded its verdict that the Chevalier was a women.
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 The Fur Trade Era, 1770s-1849
Although the First Nations of British Columbia made contact with Europeans later than most other indigenous people in North America, they were aware of their existence prior to meeting them.
First contact was made by sea in the 1770's; fur traders traveling overland arrived soon after.
During the maritime fur trade period, First Nations people adapted new materials and customs into their traditional social patterns.
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 COMBAT MilTerms: Vietnam War Chronology
Au Lac kingdom on which reigns An Duong Vuong (257-208 BC according to tradition).
The Trieu dynasty is supposed to have reigned from 207 to 111 BC.
China conquered the northern part of present-day Vietnam, and later changed the name of the region to Annam.
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