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  Delphi
The Polygonal wall is a retaining wall built after the destruction of the old temple of Apollo in 548 BCE to support the terrace on which the new temple was to be erected.
The Stadium was constructed in the 5th century BCE and was remodeled in the 2nd century CE by the Romans at the expense of Herodes Atticus (101 - 178 CE), the millionaire Athenian sophist, who added stone seats and the arched monumental entrance.
It was built at the end of the 7th century BCE and repaired with slight alterations in the Hellenistic period.
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 Unifying the Peninsula   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 390 BCE, Rome was sacked and many of her temples and buildings were put to the torch, many of her allies saw this as an opportunity to declare their independence and broke off former alliances.
By 146 BCE, Greece and Macedon were Roman provinces, Seleucid Asia was hemmed in, and Egypt was largely a pawn of Roman naval and commercial interests.
Gaius Gracchus (159-123 BCE) enacted laws for the less privileged by continuing his brothers land reform and by stabilizing the price of grain in Rome by building granaries along the Tiber to be used for the dole until the people could do for themselves.
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 Roman Civilization Bates College Winter 2002 - M. Imber
The next year (119 BCE), however, Carbo, the senator who defend Opimius at trial, was sued by L.
Licinius Crassus (who eventually became consul in 95 BCE and was an ally of Gaius' land reform efforts).
The year 63 BCE saw an attempted military revolt by Catiline and his allies (rumored to include slaves and Gauls), the decision of the Senate to grant Cicero a senatus consultum ultimum, and Cicero's decision to execute associates of Catiline without a trial.
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 Thales of Miletus [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Recent opinion is that, as early as 650 BCE the Assyrian astronomers seem to have recognized the six months-five months period by which they could isolate eclipse possibilities (Steele, "Eclipse Prediction", 429).
Britton believes that the Saros cycle was known before 525 BCE (Britton, "Scientific Astronomy", 62) but, although the text identifies a particular Saros cycle, and graphically depicts the number of eclipse possibilities, the ancient commentary of Text S does not attest to an actual observation (Britton, "An Early Function", 32).
In about 547 BCE late in his life, Thales travelled into Cappadocia with Croesus, and, according to some belief, devised a scheme by which the army of Croesus was able to cross the River Halys.
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 Telesat Canada : Telesat reports second quarter results
Telesat is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BCE Inc., one of the world's premier communications companies.
Related Party Transactions On August 3, 2000, BCE Inc. (BCE) (the ultimate parent company) advanced $1.35 billion to Telesat in the form of a Demand Loan (the "BCE Demand Loan") to acquire 1,350,000 Preferred Shares of 1431137 Ontario Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of BCE (the "1431137 Ontario Preferred Shares").
The use of cash for the BCE Demand Loan repayment and the source of cash from the redemption of the preferred shares are presented on a net basis on the Company's Cash Flow Statement.
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 Hannibal - a biography
The Carthaginian general Hannibal (247-182 BCE) was one of the greatest military leaders in history.
When Hannibal (in his own language: Hanba'al, "mercy of Baal") was born in 247 BCE, his birthplace Carthage (today a suburb of Tunis, the capital of Tunisia) was losing a long and important war.
It had been the Mediterranean's most prosperous seaport and possessed wealthy provinces, but it had suffered severe losses from the Romans in the so-called First Punic War (264-241).
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 The D'Agostino Chronology
5:15 Mahalalel 65 at the birth of Jared 65 3714 BCE Gen 5:18 Jared 162 at the birth of Enoch 162 3552 BCE Gen.
5:21 Enoch 65 at the birth of Methuselah 65 3487 BCE Gen.
5:28 Lamech 182 at the birth of Noah 182 3118 BCE Gen.
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 BCE: Q3 FY99 - Management's Discussion & Analysis
BCE's ownership in CGI was approximately 45% at September 30, 1999.
The BCE Group companies have established Year 2000 programs with the objective of seeking to ensure that all aspects of their operations are being addressed to meet the Year 2000 issue.
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 Biblical Chronological Periods   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Therefore, it is reasonable to conclude that Darius was appointed over the realm of the Chaldeans in the first year of the sole rule of Cryus and that his reign was concurrent with Cryus'.
The difference between the end of the first period in 538 BCE and the start of the second period in 455 BCE is 83 years.
The symbolic seven times (2520 years) began in 2492 BCE (120 years before the flood, Genesis 6:3) and ended in 29 CE (at the baptism of Jesus).
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 The Peloponessus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the 18th century the region was granted considerable autonomy under a series of Ottoman Beys appointed from the populace; a vain effort by the Turks, since the Maniot insurrection of 1821 was one of the chief sparks leading to the War of Independence for Greece.
In the Peloponnesian War a coalition led by Mantinea and Argos and urged on by Athens was defeated (418 BCE) by Sparta at Mantinea.
The city ruled the bulk of the Peloponnesian Peninsula during much of the Classical Age, and its apex of power was in 404 BCE, with the defeat of Athens and the conclusion of the Peloponnesian War.
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 Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2003.05.07
Just how documents originating from the highest circles of Alexandria ended up in a necropolis up country remains something of a mystery, and Salmenkivi provides an excellent summary at the beginning of the volume analyzing the history of excavation at the site and of the papyri, including the literary texts, that derive from it.
The value of these papyri lies in the insights we are given to an important area of Egypt which lies outside of the Fayyum and well past the third century BCE, a place and a time which has received much attention in past studies of the Ptolemaic economy and its bureaucracy.
Dynamic models of the Ptolemaic state and its development have been a desideratum for some time, and the comparisons between the Fayyum and other areas of Egypt, including the Thebaid, and between the third and the first centuries BCE are now made easier by publications of new material, both Demotic Egyptian and Greek.
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 00-52wel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the past, Kushite civilization was sometimes made out to be nothing more than a copy of Egyptian ideas, but it was indeed Egypt's rival in Africa.[[5]] The Afro-centric approach has also been replaced by one which values Kushite/Nubian civilisation in its own right.
An impressive period was the Kerma civilisation (early second millennium BCE).
182) refutes the hypothesis that the image of Apedemak with three heads and four arms is due to Indian influences (it is depicted in Fig.
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 Hannibal
(247 BC- Bithynia 182 BCE), Carthaginian general, leader of the famous march across the Alps.
Hannibal is primarily known for his efforts in the second Punic war, but was just as important in the role he played in the conquest of southeastern Spain in the 220s BCE.
In 196 BCE, Hannibal became shophet, or chief magistrate, of Carthage, and he took charge over Carthage's economy in order to bring it back to the shape where struggle against Rome could be resumed.
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 main periods   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Socrates was executed by drinking the hemlock in 399 BCE (= Before the Current Era), his student Plato died in 343 BCE, and Plato's student Aristotle died in 322 BCE, one year after the death of Alexander the Great, whom Aristotle had once tutored.
A key stage in the supremacy of Rome was the defeat of Carthage, a city in North Africa, whose famous general, Hannibal, commited suicide in 182 BCE after being defeated by the Romans.
Julius Caesar crossed the Rubicon and marched on Rome in 49 BCE and was stabbed to death by Brutus and others in 44 BCE.
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 "Transcendental...."   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
1900 BCE -- Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah by earthquake and subterranean fires; geological evidence.
1700 BCE-1550 BCE -- Reign of Hyksos [Hebrews?] in Egypt.
760 BCE -- Scholarly prophet Isaiah in Judah.
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 Review of the Struggle of the Orders to The Results of the Punic Wars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 49 BCE, Caesar had himself appointed dictator and consul.
Antony, in the east, fell in love with Cleopatra and he willed to her some of Rome’s richest provinces in the east claiming they were originally Ptolemy’s.
The two forces met at the Battle of Actium in 31 BCE and Cleo and Antony both fled sensing defeat to later commit suicide.
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 T. Gracchus and the Amicitas of Aemilianus
Scipio Africanus the Younger was the son of L. Aemilius Paullus (consul 182, 168 BCE; censor of 164 BCE), who was the victor over Perseus at Pydna in the Third Macedonian War.
The fact that he could gain a consensus does not mean, however, that he did not have the support of a majority in the Senate.
Most outspoken for the land reform in Scipio's circle of friends was Appius Claudius (consul of 143, later censor in 139 BCE), who, according to Plutarch, also "was now the head of the Roman Senate," the principes senatus.
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 UNF Core I: Section 9: The Roman Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
367 BCE The Licinian-Sextian laws specified (1) that one consul every year must be a plebeian, (2) that the office of praetor should serve as assistant consul and (3) and that there should be a law restricting the amount of land held by any citizen.
In this war Hannibal (247-182 BCE) led an army from Spain (218BCE) across the Alps and into Italy.
Gaius Gracchus (159-121 BCE) -- tribune in 123BCE
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 Central Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Alkinous was allegedly king of the Phaeaces during the Trojan War; his daughter Nausicaa is the Princess recorded in the Odyssey as finding a shipwrecked Odysseus cast up on the shore of her father's Kingdom during his homeward trek.
to the League of Boeotea till 245 BCE and thence to Macedonia.
Ab.1100 BCE occupation by the tribe of Boeotians.
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 Hannibal Hannibal (2001) - Cast, Crew, Reviews, Plot Summary, Comments, Discussion, Taglines, Trailers, Po   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Hannibal is primarily known for his efforts in the second Punic the 220s BCE.
Hannibal the Carthaginian, son of Hamilcar nations in valor, it must be admitted that Hannibal excelled all other commanders in skill as much as.
The Carthaginian general Hannibal (247-182 BCE) was one of the greatest military leaders in history When Hannibal (in his own language: Hanba'al, "mercy of Baal") was born in.
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 Lunar Eclipses: -0299 to -0200
The terms BCE and CE are abbreviations for "Before Common Era" and "Common Era," respectively.
In this catalog, dates are counted using the astronomical numbering system which recognizes the year 0.
Thus, the year 0 corresponds to 1 BCE, and the year -100 corresponds to 101 BCE, etc..
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 Shopping Assistant - Sport & Fitness   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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Construction began in 312 BCE and by the time it was completed, it ran for 362 miles from Rome to Capua (Campania) and the port city of Brindisi.
Born in 247 BCE, Hannibal learned to hate the Romans from his father and brother-in-law.
He then planned to invade Italy from the North and attempted to cross the Alps in 218 BCE with his elephants.
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 Badass of the Week: Hannibal Barca
Hannibal Barca was born in Carthage in 247 BCE, the son of Carthaginian general Hamilcar Barca and a Spanish wife.
Hannibal assumed control of a large Carthaginian army around 216 BCE, as Carthage was reeling from it's defeat in the First Punic War and attempting to accept its place as a declining power in the Mediterranean region.
He was the biggest threat the Roman Republic ever knew and was hatefully remembered in the annals of Latin history.
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 wilson-store9
Hannibal is primarily known for his efforts in the second Punic war, but was just as
important in the role he played in the conquest of southeastern Spain in the 220s BCE.
BCE, Hannibal became shophet, or chief magistrate, of Carthage, and he took charge
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 182 BC
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 British Covert Elite   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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 Study Notes
Abraham (2000 BCE), Exodus (1250 BCE), monarchy (1000 BCE), Assyrian Conquest (8th c.
BCE, Romans 1st century BCE, destruction of temple 70 CE Quiz 3
You are responsible for all assignments beginning with the assignment listed under class 8.
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 Hannibal City Hall - Hannibal, MO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Hannibal acquired its name from Hannibal Creek, now known as Bear Creek, named by Don Antonio Soulard, Spanish surveyor-general who mapped the area in 1800 for the Spanish government.
Hannibal was the name of the Carthaginian general Hannibal (247-182 BCE) who was one of the greatest military leaders in history.
The site of Hannibal was first owned by Abraham Bird who received 640 acres of land from the US government through an earthquake certificate.
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