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  Asoka: 322-185 BC
These words were spoken by Asoka, the third emperor of the Mauryan dynasty of India and the best known ancient ruler of India.
Asoka was born in 304 BC and came to the throne in 270 BC, after a power struggle that resulted in the death of one of his brothers.
In 260 BC, Asoka attacked Kalinga (present day Orissa) in order to expand his empire, which he ruled as a tyrant at that time.
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 History of India by the Earthy Family
In approximately 1,500 BC the Indus Valley civilization was forever changed by the migration of the Aryan’s, originating from the Caucasus Mountains and central Asia.
From the period of approximately 1,000 BC to 600 BC was the Epic Age.
Gotama Siddhartha born in 565 BC was the founder of Buddhism.
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 Ashoka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The pretext for the start of the Kalinga War (265 BC or 263 BC) is uncertain.
In the year 185 BC, about 50 years after Ashoka's death, the last Mauryan ruler, Brhadrata, was brutally murdered by the then commander-in-chief of the Mauryan armed forces, Pusyamitra Sunga, while he was taking the Guard of Honour of his forces.
Not until some 2000 years later under Akbar the Great and his great-grandson Aurangzeb would as large a portion of the subcontinent as that ruled by Ashoka again be united under a single ruler.
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 Nabataea: Southern India 250 BC - 250 AD
The Mauryan Dynasty [322 BC - 185 BC]
His son and successor, Bindusara (296 BC - 273 BC), extended the kingdom further and conquered the south as far as Mysore.
In 185 BC, the Mauryan king was overthrown by Pushyamitra Shunga, an ambitious Commander-in-Chief of armed forces.
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 Roman Republic: 753-31 BC
753-31 BC The Founding of the City: 753-262 BC 1184 BC: Aeneas arrives in Italy [Legendary]
The Beginnings of the Roman Expansion: 510-31 BC 451 BC: The Twelve Tables
390 BC: Rome is sacked by the Gauls
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 185 BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
Decades: 230s BC 220s BC 210s BC 200s BC 190s BC - 180s BC - 170s BC 160s BC 150s BC 140s BC 130s BC
Years: 190 BC 189 BC 188 BC 187 BC 186 BC - 185 BC - 184 BC 183 BC 182 BC 181 BC 180 BC
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 Asoka --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
Bindusara was succeeded by his son Asoka, either directly in 272 BC or, after an interregnum of four years, in 268 BC (some historians say c.
He issued a large number of edicts, which were inscribed in many parts of the empire and were composed in Prakrit, Greek, and Aramaic, depending on the language current in a...
Generally believed to be the son of the Indian emperor Asoka, he is honoured in Sri Lanka as a founding missionary of that country's majority religion.
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 Asia Minor Coins - Bithynia
The native peoples, resourcefully using forested, mountainous regions to their advantage were able to maintain their independence, and were among the very few who could boast of resisting Alexander.
By the first century BC, internal power struggles and danger from Mithridates VI of Pontus brought Bithynia politically closer to Rome.
By 62 BC, Mithridates was dead and Roman hegemony spread through the entire east, from modern Turkey to Egypt.
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 TV Frequencies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
BC 2 55.25 59.75 BC 3 61.25 65.75
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BC 6 83.25 87.75 BC 7 175.25 179.75
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 Mauryan dynasty
Under Emperor Asoka most of India was united for the first time, but after his death in 232 the empire was riven by dynastic disputes.
Reliant on a highly organized aristocracy and a centralized administration, it survived until the assassination of Emperor Brihadratha in 185
The empire's core lay in the former janapada of Magadha, situated in the Ganges valley of northern India, near plentiful iron ore supplies and with its capital at Pataliputra (now Patna).
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 Scipio Africanus the Younger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Publius Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus Africanus Numantinus (Africanus the Younger), 185 - 129 BC An embossed steel shield belonging to Gustavus Brander, depicting Scipio Africanus the Younger, Roman statesman and general, receiving the keys of Carthage, at the end of the 3rd Punic War between Carthage and Rome, 149-146 BC.
Born in 185 BC, he was the second son of Lucius Aemilius Paullus Macedonicus, hero of the Third Macedonian War and son of the consul (of the same name) who fell at the Battle of Cannae in 216.
Suddenly one morning (in 129 BC), at the age of 45, when he was due to make a speech on the Italian question, he was found dead in his bedroom.
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 Asia Minor Coins - Pontos (Pontus)
Between 302 BC and 296 BC, Mithridates, the son of a Persian satrap servicing one of Alexander’s former generals (Antigonos), took complete control and established a dynasty that would last until the coming of the Romans.
The 5th ruler of that dynasty, Pharnakes, who ruled between 185 and 169 BC, and in the wake of Roman victories over Macedonia and the Seleucids of Syria, established allied relations with this new Mediterranean power.
Finally, in 63 BC, after the conquests of Pompey the Great and his final settlements, Pontos (now Pontus) was annexed as a joint province with neighboring Bithynia.
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 186 BC
Years: 191 BC 190 BC 189 BC 188 BC 187 BC - 186 BC - 185 BC 184 BC 183 BC 182 BC 181 BC
The Roman Senate passes a law (the Senatus consultum de Bacchanalibus) prohibiting Bacchanalia -- or the worship of Dionysus -- except under certain circumstances that required the approval of the Senate.
So wounded to his hut and wearily Beneath the lintel neither fair nor high; Flush'd like a child in sleep, and rosy-red, And spake: "My lord, how hath thy hunting sped, To Helen, as of old, when in the dew Nay, now no memory of Troy brake through The dreadful days and deeds all over-past,.
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 Indo-Greek Kingdoms
More than 40 Greek kings ruled this area until the Bactrian dynasties were overrun by 'Scythian' invaders circa 130 BC, and the Indian kingdoms, lasting about another century, by the Kushans.
circa 40 - 30 BC Mitchiner ACW 2017-2028
Athena advancing left, brandishing thunderbolt and holding shield; Karosthi legend around, monogram in field to right.
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 Brahman Gold : Means 0f Acquisition [ Brahmin Gold : The Plunder of Paradise (1500 BC - 1000 AD), Vol. II ]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Buddhist and Jain heterodox reactions arose in the 5-6th centuries BC in opposition to such practices.
The Mauryan Empire (321 - 185 BC), one of the earliest Brahmanised states, is mentioned as a "totalitarian state" in Encyclopedia Britannica [ EB.11 `tottal' 863 ], along with Hitler's Germany and Stalin's Soviet Union.
Like these states, the Mauryan Empire and all subsequent Brahmanic states that utilised the Arthasastra were based on persecution of political enemies, absolute control over all citizens and the extermination of elements opposed to the state.
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Deron Quint D L 6' 1 185 Durham, NH Mar 12/76 5.
Scott Burt LW L 5'11 165 Chetwynd, BC Feb 07/77 15.
Calvin Crowe LW L 6' 3 185 Nanton, AB Mar 31/76 25.
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 Learn more about 2nd century BC in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Learn more about 2nd century BC in the online encyclopedia.
Hint: Play with putting spaces before and after your words to see the different results you get.
(2nd millennium BC - 1st millennium BC - 1st millennium AD)
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 #1CHART
Siddhartha Guatama, who was raised around Hinduism, was enlighten under a fig tree that the Vedas were not inspired and that there is a need to suppress all cravings and be compassionate.
It was probably at this period, 250-100 BC, that the Mithraic system of ritual and doctrine took the form which it afterward retained.
"as early as 70 BC Mithraism was known to the Roman world....That the doctrine always remained pure is of course unlikely.
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 Macedonia - Ancient Greek Coinage thumbnail index - WildWinds.com
Circa 500-480 BC Forepart of a horse right / Quadripartite incuse square.
Conjoined foreparts of Pegasos & a winged lion, tête-beche / Quadripartite incuse square, the quarters coffered.
Aesillas, quaestor, Pella or an uncertain Bottiaean mint, struck circa 95-88 BC.
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 Cleveland Museum of Art - Explore the Indian and South East Asian Art collections
The museum is open for our special exhibition The Arts and Crafts Movement in Europe and America, 1880-1920.
India, Bronze Age, mid/second half of the second millenium BC Fertility Ring
India, Maurya Period, 3rd Century BC Cup
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 Bc 183 Bc on Almondnet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 Key Gandharan geography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Euthydemus – ca 225-190 BC Apollodotus II Demetrius I Antialcidas 140-130 BC Eucratides I – 164-158 BC (Antialcidas sent Heliodorus to Besnagar Sanchi)
129 BC Chinese report Yueh-chih (Kushans) north of Oxus, control areas of Bactria ca 90-75 BC Maues (ruling in Taxila in 77 BC according to the copperplate of Patika) and we know that he was a Buddhist ca 80 BC Shakas ruling Mathura
ca 35 BC Unification of the five divisions of Kushan tribes in Bactria and further north (under Kujula Kadphises)
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 Sunga Dynasty --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Pusyamitra assassinated Brhadratha, the last Mauryan ruler, at a military parade and assumed royal power.
Indian ruling house founded by Pusyamitra about 185 BC, which replaced the Mauryan dynasty.
Africa along the Nile River in 16th–19th century; capital, Sennar, founded 1504 by 'Amarah Dunqas; early Funj rulers converted to Islam; conflicts with neighboring dynasties and countries, including Ethiopia, in 17th and 18th centuries; slave army formed under Badi II; warrior aristocracy rose against Badi III and successfully against his...
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 Index of ancestors of Daniel and Lalou Rostrup Holdt
Ruled 63- 47 BC Julius Polemo II King of Pontus and Cilicia
Ruled 39-37 BC Mithridates I King of Pontus
ABT 260 BC 220 BC, ruled 250-220 BC Mithridates III King of Pontus
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 Malaspina Great Books - Terence (Publius Terentius Afer) (185 BC-159 BC)
Malaspina Great Books - Terence (Publius Terentius Afer) (185 BC-159 BC)
His comedies were performed for the first time in the 160s, and he died young in 159 BC.
He wrote 6 plays, all of which survive.
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 1997-98 Brown Mens' Hockey Roster   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
R 6-0 185 Farmington, CT Omaha Lancers 14 Shawn Brackenridge F FR.
L 6-1 185 Salem, NH Kimball Union Academy 17 Matt Kohansky F FR.
L 6-1 190 Coquitlam, BC Chilliwack Chiefs 27 John Petricig D FR.
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 New Greek II, Jan. 11, '05
Ancient Greece, Amphipolis (Macedon), 187-31 BC, bronze AE21
Rev.: Nike standing left, holding wreath and palm, Greek legend VASILEOS KAVAROU to sides, monogram in l.
Ancient Greece, Pantikapaion (Taurica), 284-275 BC, bronze AE20
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 190 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Euthydemus II and Pantaleon are presumed to be his sons.(approximate date).
That notion is always lurking in the back of the mind of BC quarterback Quinton Porter when the Eagles are in favorable passing situations.
Skygold Ventures Ltd. and Wildrose Resources Ltd. are pleased to release the results for an additional 8 diamond drill holes from the ongoing program at the Spanish Mountain project, Cariboo Mining Division, BC.
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COMITRA 150 BC, founder of the Mitra dynasty 150-90 BC
PROVINCE OF VATSA during the Mauryan-Sunga period 232 - 185 BC
THE CHOLAS OF SANGAM, circa 300 BC, RAJA RAJA
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 Famous Quotes by Author - The Quotations Page
Terence (16) - Roman comic dramatist (185 BC - 159 BC)
Themistocles (2) - Greek general & politician in Athens (527 BC - 460 BC)
Theocritus of Chios (1) - Greek poet (310 BC - 250 BC)
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 CANADIAN NATIONAL MATHEMATICS LEAGUE
Thornhill, ON Burnett Jr SS Richmond, BC Parkview School
Edmonton, AB Sir Wins'n Churchill SS Vancouver, BC St. John's Ravenscourt
Sir Wins'n Churchill SS Vancouver, BC Regional Standings
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