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  Biography Base Letter A
Abaris - (8th century BC), priest of Apollo
Afranius, Lucius - Roman comic poet, flourished about 94 BC
Agrippa, Marcus Vipsanius - (63 BC-12 BC) Roman statesman and general
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  Table of Contents and Excerpt, Black and Green, Gods, Demons and Symbols of Ancient Mesopotamia
By soon after 1000 BC it is likely that their language, Aramaic, was widely used as an everyday vernacular in both Assyria and Babylonia as well as over most of Syria and Palestine (where Hebrew also was still spoken).
In this way, there was throughout Mesopotamian history a constant interference with the settled, traditional civilisation of the great ancient cities by a variety of groups moving into the area from the mountain fastnesses to the east or the rolling plains to the north-west.
The kings of this Old Babylonian Period (or First Dynasty of Babylon), including Hammurabi (reigned 1848-1806 BC according to the now preferred chronology), sometimes made their official pronouncements bilingually in Akkadian and Sumerian, but as a living language and culture Sumerian was by now obsolescent.
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Towards the end of the third millennium bc, rulers of the Sumerian Ur III Dynasty of Lower Mesopotamia began to feel the pressure of a seminomadic group referred to in their writings as the mar.tu.
In short, the Genesis covenants fit perfectly well with the norms of the early second millennium bc and not with treaties of other periods. In addition to their form, some of the specific terms in the covenants of the Patriarchs are consistent with norms of the early second millennium.
Though alliances of kings in the Levant were possible in several periods, only the period about 20001750 bc had conditions which allowed as much in Mesopotamia. From the fall of the Ur III dynasty to the dominance of Hammurabi, Mesopotamia consisted of a myriad of small states combining in ever changing coalitions.
www.wmcarey.edu /browning/Classes/ANE/5-PatriarchalAge.doc   (10230 words)

 19th century BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1876 BC (according to one interpretation of internal Biblical chronology) Israelites enter Egypt after two years of famine.
1813 BC -- Amorite Conquest of Northern Mesopotamia.
Terah, father of Abraham, (1882 BC - 1677 BC) according to the Hebrew Calendar.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/19th_century_BC   (279 words)

 A short history of Egypt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
A unified Kingdom of Egypt arises circa 3200 BC and a series of dynasties ruled in Egypt for the next three millennia.
Egypt is conquered by Persia in 525 BC, that rules Egypt until 404 BC, when it regains independence.
Egypt is incorporated into the Roman Empire in 51 BC as a protectorate in which the Ptolemaics remain in office.
www.electionworld.org /history/egypt.htm   (658 words)

 SmartChristian.com » Old Testament - Chronology
The time period between the death of Joseph (1806) at the end of the book of Deuteronomy to the death of Moses on the Plains of Moab (1405) on the edge of the Promised Land was around 400 years (1806-1405).
The period of the divided monarchy began around 930 BC and continued to the fall of Samaria under the Assyrians.
The Assyrians destroyed the northern kingdom of Israel in 722 BC.
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 People's Republic of China 中国 —Brian's Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Shāng or Yin Dynasty — 1523 to 1027 BC 朝 or 殷代
Zhōu Dynasty — 1122 to 256 BC 周朝
Qín Dynasty — 255 to 210 BC 秦朝
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 Elgin Marbles - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Elgin Marbles, collection of Greek marble sculptures taken from Athens to London in 1806 by the British diplomat Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin....
The surface of marble crumbles readily when exposed to a moist, acid atmosphere, but marble is durable in a dry atmosphere and when protected from...
When the Parthenon was built between 447 bc and 432 bc, marble sculptures were created to adorn it, often part of the structure of the Parthenon...
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 BCGNIS Geographical Name Details   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
To avoid confusion with numerous other "McDonald" features in BC, and to avoid confusion with the adjacent Nilkitkwa River which Father Morice had labelled "McDonald River" on his 1907 map, it was recommended that the name Boucher Creek be adopted: ".....(this creek) is somewhat small for such a prominent historical character as the original Boucher....
BC name card notation implies that Waccan was baptised by Father Morice.
He was the general purveyor of Fort St. James; when famine stared its inmates in the face, he was deputed to various Indian camps, whence he never returned empty handed.
srmwww.gov.bc.ca /bcgn-bin/bcg10?name=54093   (428 words)

 Chaco Digital Initiative: Contact information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Cdi description:cdi_description: Student excavation report from the 1937 field season at Bc 50 written by Jane Hooper.
This report is specifically on the Bc 50 refuse mound, Trench 11, section 6.
Student excavation report from the 1937 field season at Bc 50 written by Jane Hooper.
jefferson.village.virginia.edu:86 /item/show/1806   (139 words)

From about 1800 BC onward identified with the Sumerian Enlil (Akkadian: Bel), while under the Assyrian king Sargon II (reigned 721-705 BC), there is some identity of Ashur with Anshar, the father of An (Akkadian: Anu) in the Enuma Elish.
During the earlier part of the 2nd millennium BC, Kothar's forge was believed to be on the biblical Caphtor (probably Crete), though later, during the period of Egyptian domination of Syria and Palestine, he was identified with the Egyptian god Ptah, patron of craftsmen, and his forge was thus located at Memphis in Egypt.
1792 BC), the texts relate that in the marriage rite the king actually took on the identity of the god and thus, by consummating the marriage with a priestess incarnating the goddess, magically fertilized and fecundated all of nature for the year.
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 Catalogue of Images, Greek Mythology Link - www.maicar.com
Within the frame of "fair use" teachers and students are allowed to download and print the images for pedagogical purposes in the classroom only; no further distribution is allowed, either commercial or non-commercial, and both material and copyright notices should be kept intact.
It depicts the legend of Triptolemos 100-90 BC.
Roman copy of a lost original of the mid-5th century BC, thought to be the Perseus by Myron.
www.forumancientcoins.com /cparada/GML/Images.html   (2528 words)

 Ethics of Sumer, Babylon, and Hittites by Sanderson Beck
By 2500 BC libraries were established at Shuruppak and Eresh, and schools had been established to train scribes for the temple and state bureaucracies as well as to legally document contracts and business transactions.
However, this too failed, and in 2060 BC the glorious city of Ur, starving under siege, was attacked and burned down, a catastrophe the scribes attributed to the wrath of Enlil.
Hammurabi died about 1806 BC and was succeeded by his son, Samsu-iluna, who ruled until about 1768, but he had to handle numerous revolts.
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We know very little about the origins of the Kassites, and only a few words of their unclassifiable language and the names of some of their gods: despite their position of political control, they appear to have contributed relatively little to the culture of the lands they ruled.
By soon after 1000 BC it is likely that their language, Aramaic, was widely used as an everyday vernacular in both
The Persian or Achaemenid Empire (so called from an eponymous ancestor of Cyrus' family) was swept away in 331 BC by Alexander the Great: the Hellenistic Period which followed is often also called Seleucid after the dynasty initiated by the general of Alexander who gained control of
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 Future prophecies, Numerical patterns at Bush, 7a
And we have shown that from the birth of Abraham (2166 B.C.) till the burning bush call (and Exodus) in 1446 BC, are just that––720 years.
2165 BC In other words, in saying "Before Abraham was, I AM," Yeshua' mentioned two events––the birth of Abraham and the revelation of "I AM" at the bush.
1805 BC Moreover, just as the 720 letters of the two "Yeshua's" are divided in half at 360 +360 letters (see above table), even so the 720 years that spans from Abraham to the Exodus are also divided at 360 years––at the death of Joseph (aut.
www.bible-codes.org /old-prophecy_7a-Jesus-codes.html   (1371 words)

 Canvas > Battlefield > Lessons Learned
742-697 BC Isaiah and Micah prophesied in Israel and Judah.
594 BC Solon was elected archon and revised laws for Athens.
399 BC Socrates was the first philosopher to be publicly executed.
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 Babylonia and Ancient Near Eastern Texts - Britannica Keyed
The Archaic Sumerian language is still very poorly understood, partly because of the difficulties surrounding the reading and interpretation of early Sumerian writing and partly because of the meagreness of sources.
There is a brief inscription in Hurrian language from the end of the period of Akkad, while that of King Arishen (or Atalshen) of Urkish and Nawar is written in Akkadian.
The Kassites had settled by 1800 BC in what is now western Iran in the region of Hamadan-Kermanshah.
www.piney.com /BabIndex.html   (1386 words)

 Successful Military Personnel Systems
The Roman Army 216 BC to 52 BC.
Selections for officers were open to a wide population, but standards were high, and strenuous measurement tools were employed in the selection process.
The Roman Army: 216 BC-52 BC The Battle of Cannae in 216 BC forced major reforms.
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1500-100 BC; ill.: Kerma - main temple, hut of the council and palaces, partial 3D-reconstruction, ill.: Kerma - main temple, hut of the council and palaces during excavation).
1500-100 BC; ill.: Ruins of the temples of Napata), the royal cemetery of El Kurru (8.
BC), and Hamadab/Kabushiya, an urban settlement of the Meroitic period in the 1.
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 Highlights in the History of Algebra
This was written about 1650 B.C. and is thought to represent the state of Egyptian mathematics of about 1850 B.C. They could solve problems equivalent to a linear equation in one unknown.
The Cairo Papyrus of about 300 B.C. indicates that by this time the Egyptians could solve some problems equivalent to a system of two second degree equations in two unknowns.
The Hindu civilization dates back to at least 2000 B.C. Their record in mathematics dates from about 800 B.C., but became significant only after influenced by Greek achievements.
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 Twelfth dynasty of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The order of its rulers is well known from several sources — two lists recorded at temples in Abydos and one at Saqqara, as well as Manetho's work.
Because a recorded date during the reign of Senusret III can be correlated to the Sothic cycle, many events during this dynasty are frequently assigned to a year BC or BCE.
This dynasty was founded by Amenemhat I, who had been vizier to the last pharaoh of the Eleventh Dynasty, Mentuhotep IV.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Twelfth_dynasty_of_Egypt   (576 words)

 12th Dynasty - Senusret III, Amenemhet III, Amenemhet IV, Nefrusobek
He is probably also the best known of the Middle Kingdom pharaohs to the public because of his many naturalistic statues showing a man with often heavy eye-lids and lined continence.
Amenemhet III was the 6th ruler of the 12th Dynasty, and may have reigned for as long as 45 years.
The last ruler of the 12th Dynasty, Nefrusobek is generally believed to have been a daughter of Amenemhat III and the widow of Amenemhat IV.
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 Borne- History
1600 BC Egyptians codified forms of therapy for a variety of diseases-distinguished those clinical conditions which could be successfully treated and those that could not.
1550 BC More than 700 remedies, procedures for their preparation and administration for specific ailments were listed.
1806 Serturner (German apothecary) isolated morphine from opium.
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 Understanding Egypt's 18th dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The eastern Mediterranean during the period 2000-1000 BC offers a chaos of unexplained clues-- so this page will try to gain clarity by narrowing its focus to Egypt's dramatic 18th dynasty (?1550-?1293 BC).
Since backwards, 'BC' numbering is so unintuitive, and since the numbers themselves still have a multi-century margin of error, I've arbitrarily shifted all dates 3314 years forward, to align Akhenaten's revolution with '1967' (the Summer of Love!).
This vaguely aligns Egypt's Old Kingdom with the Roman Empire, the Middle Kingdom with the Catholic Church, and the 18th dynasty with the US of A: So 'now' in 2001, Horemheb is in his 9th year, Tut having died in 1988 with Ay reigning until 1992 (cf Reagan and Bush).
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 Ancient Near East (Babylonia) Glossary and Texts
After the fall of Sargon's dynasty in about 2150 BC, the area was ruled by Sumerians and Akkadians.
Sayce, by comparing the Akkadian calendar with the present position of the vernal equinox, gives a date going back to 4700 BC Sumerian epic primarily concerned with the creation of the world, the building of cities, and the flood.
According to the epic, after the universe was created out of the primeval sea and the gods were given birth, the deities in turn fashioned man from clay to cultivate the ground, care for flocks, and perpetuate the worship of the gods.
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 AD 31 or AD34 - BibleForums Christian Message Board and Forums
He shall dwell in Your courts; we shall be satisfied with the goodness of Your house, of Your holy temple.
The Israelites, who no doubt are the "Hyksos" of archaeological fame, took advantage of the internal struggles to acquire a strong hand in the Egyptian government and indeed some of them may have reigned as pharaohs during this period.
Israel (10 tribes) destroyed 709 BC Israel (Judah augmented by remnants from 10 tribes)
bibleforums.org /forum/showthread.php?t=1484   (2368 words)

Group iii tombs contained scarabs of the 13th Dynasty including one from Sobekhotep V dated to about 1725 BC, but this is an estimate as many reign lengths of the 13th Dynasty are unknown.
The ceramic date 1525 BC and the scarab dates 1525 and 1534 BC are dependent on Assyrian chronology; 1551 BC is dependent on the biblical chronology and the radiocarbon dates 1551-1535 are independent of both.
Thus there are two independent lines of evidence that arrive at the same conclusion: that the extensive archaeological evidence of an MB IIB Exodus combined with the biblical history and archaeology of Jericho yields the exact same 475-year down dating of the Late Bronze that Velikovsky proposed and supported by evidence from Egyptology.
www.ldolphin.org /alanm/exod2b.html   (14050 words)

After boarding for schooling in Albany, JFC attended Yale College 1803-1805 but was expelled, apparently for a dangerous prank involving blowing up another student's door.
In 1806 he tried to run away to sea, but his father intervened and got him a commission in the United States Navy.
He sailed twice to England and served at a frontier outpost on Lake Ontario before being assigned to recruit sailors in New York City, where he met William Branford Shubrick, a career naval officer who became JFC's closest life-long friend.
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 2001 AM - 2444 AM or 1999 BC - 1556 BC
In England, 1800-1400 BC, the Early Bronze Age was marked by increased wealth, use of bronze tools and weapons, rule by a wealthy class of people, and domination of SE Britain (Wessex culture).
The 1758 BC date is understood to be Hamurabi's 35th regnal year, when he attacked King Zimrilim and his Mari peoples of North-Eastern Syria.
In 1580 BC, or thereabouts, APOPI (from the south) quarrelled with SEQENENRE TAO II, the Seventeenth Dynasty king in Thebes, and war may have erupted between them.
www.hooper-home.net /CHRONO/From2001.htm   (6232 words)

 Meador Family Spouses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Mercer co WV Bray, Sarah Ann bc 1830.
Jones, Alice bc 1875.area Carthage MO Jordan, John bc 1870.
are Smith co TN/Patoka co IL Wetherell, Mary bc 1700 mother to Borodil Denison, Mayflower descendant White, Elizabeth bc 1660.
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 Early Dynastic China
History and Rulers of the Shang Dynasty: 商 1600 BC - 1046 BC Art and Artifacts of the Shang Dynasty
The Xia Dynasty in the Records: 夏 2005 BC - 1806 BC Pre-Shang Archaeology
History of the Zhou Dynasty: 周 1122 BC - 256 BC Art and Artifacts of the Zhou Dynasty
www.ancientworlds.net /aw/Group/309632   (285 words)

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