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  Common Era - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
CE and BCE came into use in the last few decades, perhaps originally in Ancient Near Eastern studies, where (a) there are many Jewish scholars and (b) dating according to a Christian era is irrelevant.
When BC was changed to BCE in one examination question in New South Wales, Australia in early 2005, it prompted questions and protestations of offence in both chambers of the State Parliament, and the State Education Minister stated in Parliament that the change should not have been made.
Presumable because of the Curse of Greyface that occurred in 1166 BCE.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/19_BCE   (2195 words)

  
 BCE Reports Third Quarter Results
BCE's management allocated its existing goodwill and intangible assets with an indefinite life to its reporting units and completed the assessment of the quantitative impact of the transitional impairment test on its financial statements.
BCE Inc.'s decision was based on a number of factors, including a revised business plan and outlook of the principal operating segment of Teleglobe with associated funding requirements, a revised assessment of its prospects, and a comprehensive analysis of the state of its industry.
BCE recorded a charge of $191 million in the second quarter of 2002 representing a write-down of its investment in BCI to its net realizable value, which was reported as a loss from discontinued operations.
www.bce.ca /en/news/releases/bce/2002/10/23/69462.html   (5151 words)

  
 Jerusalem - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jerusalem is the holiest city of Judaism (since the 10th century BCE) and some denominations of Christianity (since the 5th century CE) and the third holiest city of Islam (after Mecca and Medina; since the 7th century CE).
In 597 BCE, the city was overcome by the Babylonians under Nebuchadrezzar, and in 586 BCE, the city's walls were ruined and the Temple was burnt.
By 19 BCE, the Temple Mount was elevated and the Second Temple was expanded under Herod the Great, a Jewish client-king under Roman rule.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jerusalem   (4316 words)

  
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Their conservative government consists of a kingship, resembling the traditional values of the patriarchal family; an assembly, composed of male citizens of military age; and a Senate, comprised of elders who serve as the heads of different community sects.
Their major contributions to the Romans are the arch and the vault, gladiatorial combat for entertainment and the study of animals to predict future events.
52 BCE: Rome - Pompey is elected as sole consul by the Senate, and Caesar is declared an enemy of the Roman Republic.
eawc.evansville.edu /chronology/ropage.htm   (2946 words)

  
 Christ's Age At Baptism and The Duration of His Ministry (No. 19)
Clearly Christ could not possibly have been born in the year 4 BCE and from the date of the taxing and the two-year period between the coming of the Magi and the killing at Bethlehem two years were involved.
The views of all historians are that he had this command in 6 BCE at the end of Saturninus’ rule and before or at the beginning of the rule of Varus.
The birth of Christ as early as 12 BCE would still be perfectly correct within all the known records and the Gospels and a further possibility of the activities in 8 BCE cannot be overruled.
www.logon.org /english/s/p019.html   (4570 words)

  
 Today in History June 19
1312 Jun 19, Piers Gaveston, earl of Cornwall, was beheaded.
1896 Jun 19, Bessie Wallis Warfield Simpson, Duchess of Windsor, divorcee, was born.
2002 Jun 19, In the Philippines witnesses reported that 17 people were killed in a shootout between members of a cult and security forces moving in to arrest their leader on a remote southern Philippine island.
timelines.ws /days/06_19.HTML   (6675 words)

  
 Vergil's Aeneid (Myth-Folklore Online)
He was born in 70 BCE., as the country was recovering from the slave uprising led by Spartacus, that had lasted from 73-71 BCE.
By the time Vergil came to Rome in 41 BCE, all the members of the first triumvirate were dead, and Rome was being ruled by a new triumvirate: Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian (who was a close relation of Julius Caesar).
In 29 BCE Octavian was named imperator (emperor), in 28 BCE he was given the title of princeps (prince), and in 27 BCE he was given the title augustus (majestic).
www.mythfolklore.net /3043mythfolklore/reading/aeneid/background.htm   (877 words)

  
 Kalender Liturgi Bulan April 2003
BcE Yeh 2:2-5; Mzm 123:1-2a.2bcd.3-4; 2Kor 12:7-10; Mrk 6:1-6.
BcE Kej 46:1-7.28-30; Mzm 37:3-4.18-19.27-28.39-40; Mat 10:16-23 atau dr RUybs.
BcE Kel 14:5-18; MT Kel 15:1-2.3-4.5-6; Mat 12:38-42.
www.st-andreas.org /kal_liturgi/2003/007.htm   (223 words)

  
 Review 13   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Publius Vergilius Maro, born 70 BCE and died 19 BCE.
In 43 BCE the second triumvirate is formed by the leaders who were allies of Caesar: Caesar's adopted son, Octavian; Marc Antony (Marcus Antonius); Marcus Aemilius Lepidus.
In 31 BCE a decisive naval battle occurs at Actium (near present-day Albania), where Antony and Cleopatra are defeated by Octavian; Antony commits suicide not long afterwards, and Octavian unites the empire under his control.
www.pitt.edu /~classics/mythlit/review13.html   (1432 words)

  
 Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Full Texts
The Acharnians 425 BCE [At Eserver, formerly ERIS]
The Frogs 405 BCE [At Eserver, formerly ERIS]
The Wasps 422 BCE [At Eserver, formerly ERIS]
www.fordham.edu /halsall/ancient/asbookfull.html   (1270 words)

  
 The D'Agostino Chronology
5:9 Enosh 90 at the birth of Kenan 90 3849 BCE Gen.
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.
members.tripod.com /~toncxjo/chronos.html   (1560 words)

  
 Bloomberg.com: Canada
Aug. 19 (Bloomberg) -- BCE Inc., Canada's biggest telephone carrier, said it will pay C$3 million ($2.48 million) in lawyers' fees in exchange for the dismissal of a class-action suit by bondholders.
BCE and its insurers will pay a portion of attorneys' fees and won't pay any damages as part of the deal.
BCE is fighting declines in its traditional phone business and relying more on wireless sales.
www.bloomberg.com /apps/news?pid=10000082&refer=&sid=a7XNPNuOaZ2M   (310 words)

  
 Ancient Mythological Literary Sources
552-468 BCE) - "Perseus and Danae," "Europa;" Epigrams; Encomia ("On the Sea Battle of Salamis"); Epitaphs ("To the Dead at Thermopylae").
He was known to have written several collections of Hymns, but most of these have been lost.
Vergil (70 BCE-19 BCE, Roman) - Eclogues or Bucolics (pastoral poetry); Georgics (agricultural, didactic poetry); Aeneid (epic saga of Aeneas and his founding of the Roman people in Italy).
pegasus.cc.ucf.edu /~eshaw/mythsrcs.htm   (841 words)

  
 "Transcendental...."   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
1900 BCE -- Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah by earthquake and subterranean fires; geological evidence.
922-722 BCE -- Prophets Elijah, Elisha, Jonah, Amos and Hosea preach against idol worship and social injustice in northern Israel.
19) 18 BCE-660 A.D. -- Paekche kingdom in southwest Korea.
www.stoertz.org /discourses/prehistoric.html   (5730 words)

  
 Kalender Liturgi Bulan Maret 2003
BcE Hos 2:13b.14cd.18-19; Mzm 103:1-2.3-4.8.10.12-13; 2Kor 3:1b-6; Mrk 2:18-22.
BcE Kel 20:1-17 (Kel 20:1-3.7-8.12-17); Mzm 19:8.9.10.11; 1Kor 1:22-25; Yoh 2:13-25.
BcE 2Taw 36:14-16.19-23; Mzm 137:1-2.3.4-5.6; Ef 2:4-10; Yoh 3:14-21.
www.st-andreas.org /kal_liturgi/2003/003.htm   (160 words)

  
 Temple - Wikipedia Light!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The First Temple was built in the 10th century BCE under King Solomon to replace the Tabernacle and was destroyed by the Babylonians under Nebuchadnezzar in 586 BCE, marking the beginning of the Babylonian exile.
The Second Temple was constructed after the return from the Babylonian exile, from around 536 BCE to 515 BCE.
Herod's Temple was a massive expansion of the Second Temple begun under Herod the Great around 19 BCE.
godseye.com /wiki/index.php?title=Temple   (699 words)

  
 Roman-Jerusalem through Coins
In 49 BCE The Roman Republican period ends with the conclusion of the civil war which breaks out between Julius Caesar and Pompey the Great, the Roman general who conquered Jerusalem.
When Julius Caesar is murdered in Rome in 44 BCE a new Triumvirate is formed whose most important members are Mark Antony who was a loyal lieutenant of Julius Caesar and Octavian, Julius Caesar's nephew (actually the Grandson of his sister).
Agustus, (Octavian), 44 BCE to 14 CE Agustus, struck 19-18 BCE.
home1.gte.net /~vze3xycv/Jerusalem/confRomanRep.htm   (376 words)

  
 Sandia National Laboratories: Features: National Engineering Week : Megoliths to Micromachines
About 4000 BCE, “British” engineers used the expansion of heated water, together with hammers, levers, wedges, ropes, and rollers, to quarry and move enormous megaliths to Stonehenge and Avebury.
As timekeeping devices were combined with the compass (220 BCE), astrolabe (225 BCE), and sextant (17th century), eventually overcoming the problem of longitude (1764), profound changes in our understanding of the world were made possible.
The abacus (400 BCE), in conjunction with Napier’s logarithms (1614), and Babbage’s “Analytical Engine” (1837), led to ciphering machines and eventually the computer, first applied to cryptanalysis and in the development of nuclear weapons.
www.sandia.gov /news-center/features/natl_engr_wk_mego-micro.html   (1013 words)

  
 Legiones I
The activities of Legio I are unclear during this period, but it seems reasonable to presume that the legion transferred across the Adriatic Sea with the great majority of Octavian's army to fight the Antonian forces at Actium.
In 26 BCE, Augustus (formerly Octavian) moved forces to northwestern Hispania to extend Roman domination over the Cantabri tribe.
By 19 BCE, Augustus' general M. Vipsanius Agrippa was still unable to drive the stubborn Cantabri to submission.
www.angelfire.com /or2/jrscline/legiones1.htm   (1302 words)

  
 Legio XII Fulminata
The eleventh and twelfth legions were recruited by the Roman general Julius Caesar for the campaign against the Helvetians in 58 BCE.
When Antony was defeated in the naval battle off Actium (31 BCE) by Octavian, some veterans were settled at Patras (in Greece), where they were accompanied by soldiers of X Fretensis.
In 20 BCE, Augustus' stepson (and later successor) employed these units to impress the Parthians.
www.livius.org /le-lh/legio/xii_fulminata.html   (1582 words)

  
 Beged Ivri -- Jerusalem's Tyrian Shekel
The mint in Tyre produced Tyrian Shekels and Half-Shekels, of a 95% silver purity, between the years 127 BCE and 19 BCE.
In the year 19 BCE Rome closed the mint in Tyre and began to import an inferior silver coinage from the Far East consisting of 80% pure silver.
The Rabbanim received special dispensation to produce the requisite coinage on condition that they continue with the motif of the Tyrian Shekel, so as not to arouse objections within the Roman Empire that the Jews were granted "autonomy" to mint their own coinage.
israelvisit.co.il /beged-ivri/shekel/J-Tyrian.htm   (558 words)

  
 Roman Empire -
His father died in 19 and he was then brought up by his mother in Rome, until she was arrested in 29.
He became a cruel despot, whose name is a byword for viciousness, and he was eventually assassinated by his own guards.
Marius was the adopted son of the consul Gaius Marius (157-86 BCE).
famous.adoption.com /famous/roman-empire.html   (2028 words)

  
 McManus Images Index Roman Coins: Republic and Principate
In 390 BCE, the sacred geese of Juno warned (monere) the Romans about an impending attack by Gauls, hence her temple on the Capitoline was dedicated to Juno Moneta.
The youthful Cleopatra is shown in the style of earlier Hellenistic queens, with a band-style diadem; she wears the melon hairstyle.
Cornelius Sulla Felix, whose authority is symbolized by a curule chair flanked by a lituus and a wreath, and Q.
www.vroma.org /images/mcmanus_images/indexcoins.html   (3935 words)

  
 empire_history   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
20 BCE The Romans come to a settlement with Parthia, and the Parthians return the Roman standards which had been lost at Carrhae by Crassus.
19 BCE Augustus' marriage and social reforms are passed.
12 BCE Marcus Agrippa, who had seemed likely to be the successor to Augustus, (married his daughter Julia) dies.
classics.uc.edu /hooker/cc112_2000/empire_history.html   (1582 words)

  
 Carthage - Classics - Ancient Carthage
Carthage founded by Tyrian colonists according to Timaeus (350-260 BCE), a historian from Taormina in Sicily historian.
Under Hamilcar's grandson, Hannibal, Himera is destroyed in 409 BCE.
He escapes the Roman army sent to stop him, marches across the Alps in the winter, and defeat three consular armies in 218, 217 and 216 BCE.
www.carthage.edu /dept/outis/carthage3.html   (473 words)

  
 Disasters On April 19   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The ELCA and declare April 19 a National Day of Commemoration to remember victims of disasters.
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www.survival-resources.com /Survival-Resources/disasters-on-april-19.html   (568 words)

  
 The Use of Livia at the End of Season Five
Livia Drusilla, daughter of Marcus Livius Drusus Claudianus, was born in 58 BCE, and married Octavian in 38 BCE.
We are EITHER twenty-five years after the assassination of Gaius Julius Caesar (19 BCE), making Octavian 44 years old, bearing the title "Augustus" for 8 years, and married to Livia for 19 years.
So, if we DO say, however, that Eve is Livia, her marriage to Octavian would have taken place in 38 BCE, SEVEN years before she is born (if you go by 31 BCE as the year Eve was born).
www.whoosh.org /issue52/jack1.html   (2165 words)

  
 Cancom Sells Shares in ExpressVu to BCE June 19, 1998   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Mississauga, Ontario -- Cancom (Canadian Satellite Communications Inc.) is pleased to announce that it has sold its 8.5% equity ownership in ExpressVu to BCE for approximately $13 million.
Cancom also concluded an agreement with ExpressVu to supply the DTH operator with a minimum of five Cancom signals over the next five-years, as well as the American superstation WSBK, Boston.
BCE's shares are traded in Canada, the United States and in Europe.
www.legal-rights.org /newspapers/Cancom_sells.html   (219 words)

  
 Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Rome
The Landings of Caesar in Britain, 55 and 54 BCE [At Athenapub]
Horace (65-8 BCE): Secular hymn, and Vergil (70-19 BCE): Aeneid, VI.ii.789-800, 847-853.
Strabo (64/3 BCE- c.21 CE): The Grandeur of Rome, c.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/ancient/asbook09.html   (3375 words)

  
 1998 Calander
In the 1st century BCE, Shammai, a Samaritan proselyte, commanded that no work be performed at all in the Galilee where his School presided on the ENTIRE 14th of Nisan.
In the 2nd century BCE the King of the Samaritans married into the Sadducean line.
In the 2nd Century BCE, Ezekiel the Samaritan records that the Samaritans killed their Passover Lambs at the BEGINNING of the 14th.
www.nazarene.net /Calander/98calander.htm   (2360 words)

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