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  Blog :: Relationship Exit Strategies - MacLEAN FAMILY LAW GROUP - blog about divorce, family and family law British ...
In our recent July 21, 2005 article on separation agreements and BC child custody and BC child guardianship and BC child access we opined that the test to vary a BC separation agreement's custody terms was now higher than the test to vary a custody order under the Gordon v.
A.G. but a recent BC Court of Appeal decision reflects a more traditional approach to custody arrangements made in separation agreements and applies a much lower test to vary.
(2000), 190 D.L.R. (4th) 108, 2000 BCCA 455, Finch J.A. (as he then was) for the majority (Newbury J.A. concurring in separate reasons, but not disagreeing with the majority on this point), considered the legal force of a separation agreement in relation to subsequent orders of the court.
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  Roman to Julian Conversion: AUC 564 = 190 BC
Roman to Julian Conversion: AUC 564 = 190 BC An exact astronomical synchronism is given by Livy 37.4.4 which describes a total solar eclipse at Rome during the games of Apollo, on a.d.
Brind'Amour, Le calendrier romain 145-147, presents an analysis of the campaign that dates this event to around November or December of 190, with Magnesia being fought in January.
She points out that if A.U.C 564 = 190 was not intercalary, the Regifugium fell on 29 (recte 20) October 190, so the march would have resumed on 27 (recte 18) November 190, i.e.
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  Learn more about Hipparchus in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Hipparchus (Hipparhcos, Greek Ἳππαρχος) (circa 190 BC - circa 120 BC) was a Greek astronomer, geographer, and mathematician.
After that in 135 BC, enthusiastic about a nova star in the constellation of Scorpius, he measured with an equatorial armillary sphere ecliptical coordinates of about 850 (falsely quoted elsewhere as 1600 or 1080) and in 129 BC he made first big star catalogue.
Hipparchus had in 134 BC ranked stars in six magnitude classes according to their brightness: he assigned the value of 1 to the 20 brightest stars, to weaker ones a value of 2, and so forth to the stars with a class of 6, which can be barely seen with the naked eyes.
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 Rome Unleashed - Rome's Conquest of the East
Eastern Mediterranean was dominated by the Hellenistic states from the end of the 4th century BC.
At the battle of Pydna in 168 BC, the Romans won a decisive victory and reduced Macedonia to a Roman province.
Greece was added in 146 BC, after a war in which the Romans destroyed the leading greek city, Corinth.
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 Roman Timeline of the 2nd Century BC
190 BC An army under the command of King Antiochus III of Syria is defeated by Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus and Eumenes II of Pergamum at Magnesia.
135 BC Birth of the tribune of the plebs L. Appuleius Saturninus, somewhere in Picenum.
101 BC Cilicia is annexed as a province of Rome.
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 Hannibal (general) - Printer-friendly - MSN Encarta
Hannibal (general) (247-183 bc), Carthaginian general, son of Hamilcar Barca, whose march on Rome from Spain across the Alps in 218-217 bc remains one of the greatest feats in military history.
In 202 bc, after 15 years, and with the military fortunes of Carthage rapidly declining, Hannibal was recalled to Africa to direct the defense of his country against a Roman invasion under Scipio Africanus the Elder.
With Antiochus he fought against the Romans, but when the Syrian monarch was defeated at Magnesia (Manisa) in 190 bc and signed a treaty with Rome pledging to surrender Hannibal, the latter escaped to Prusias II, king of Bithynia (reigned 192-148 bc), in northern Asia Minor.
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 Teos Divers
Teos is one of the 12 Ionian cities, which have been located on the western coast of Anatolia and two of the Aegean islands.
BC, a considerable number of Teians migrated to Abdera, but preserved their contact with the Mother City.
It was important to Teos that the actors should lie in their town because, as taking part in the celebration during the festival of Dionysos was considered a sacred duty, the actors and the place where they resided had the right of asylum.
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 Al-Ahram Weekly | Heritage | The Mouseion revisited   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The torch of science that sparkled at the Library of Alexandria between the fourth century BC and the fourth century AD was its greatest and most enduring achievement.
Archimedes (287-212 BC) spent a good part of his life at the Mouseion, and is considered one of the three greatest mathematicians of all time (Newton and Gauss being the other two).
Apollonius (262-190 BC) studied the cone sections (parabola, ellipse and hyperbola) which later helped the German astronomer Johannes Kepler identify the orbits of the planets.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
During the sixth century BC, Side fell under the rule of Lydia, a kingdom in Asia Minor.
In 190 BC a fleet from the Greek island city-state of Rhodes, supported by Rome and Pergamum, defeated the Seleucid King Antiochus the Great's fleet, which was under the command of the fugitive Carthagenian general, Hannibal.
In the first century BC, the Cilician pirates established their chief naval base and a slave-trade center at Side.
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 190 BC: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com
Centuries: 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC - 1st century BC
Battle of the Eurymedon (190 BC)[?] Roman forces under Lucius Aemilius Regillus[?] defeat a Seleucid fleet commanded by Hannibal, fighting his last battle.
Hipparchus, Greek astronomer and mathematician, in Nicaea, Bithynia (now Turkey) (+ 120 BC) (approximate date, another possible date is 194 BC).
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Since 2 BC, Rome’s increasingly complex political entanglements with the states of Asia Minor were paralleled by an extension of economic links, which were mirrored by the increasing presence of Roman and Italian citizens in the cities of Asia Minor.
In 133 BC the realm of Pergamon was ceded by testament to Rome.
The kingdom of Bithynia which had already been ceded to Rome in 74 BC by testament, was merged into the kingdom of Pontus to form the province of Pontus and Bithynia.
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 Math Forum: People (Chameleon Graphing: Plane History)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Aristotle was born in 384 BC in the city of Stagirus in northern Greece.
Eratosthenes was born in the city of Cyrene in northern Africa in 276 BC.
Hipparchus died in 120 BC on the Greek island of Rhodes.
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In 190 BC the Romans, having defeated Antiochus and imposed the Peace of Apamea (188 BC), demanded that he turn Hannibal over to them and the general fled again, this time to the court of King Prusias I of Bithynia.
In 210 BC Hannibal again proved his superiority in tactics by a severe defeat inflicted at Herdoniac (modern Ordona) in Apulia upon a proconsular army, and in 208 BC destroyed a Roman force engaged in the siege of Locri Epizephyri.
But with the loss of Tarentum in 209 BC and the gradual reconquest by the Romans of Samnium and Lucania his hold on south Italy was almost lost.
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 Rome Unleashed - Roman Historical Timelines (755 BC to 27 BC)
390 BC Conquest of Rome by the Gauls
59 BC Consulship of Caesar, and grant of the province of Gaul
43 BC Octavian, Caesar's heir, with the consuls defeat Antony at Mutina and is elected consul.
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 Chronology of the Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
753 B.C. - (This is a traditional date accepted by ancient historians, but for which there is no certain evidence.) Rome was allegedly founded on 21 April by Romulus (in myth a descendant of the Trojan hero Aeneas), who later killed his twin brother, Remus, in a quarrel.
58—51 BC - Caesar's conquest of all of Gaul.
53 BC - The Parthians defeat a Roman army at the battle of Carrhae in which Crassus was killed.
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 Hipparchus (c. 190-120 BC)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
He was the first astronomer who compiled a catalog of 850 stars; this work was perhaps triggered by the observation of a "New Star" (Nova) in the constellation Scorpius in 134 BC (according to Roman historian Pliny).
He included two "nebulous objects" in his catalog, the Praesepe star cluster (M44, NGC 2632) and the Double Star Cluster in Perseus, h+chi Persei (NGC 869+884).
To remarkable acuracy, he obtained measurements of the value of precession, the length of the year, and (from eclipse observations) the distance of the Moon.
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Prince Tigran, the son of King Tigran I of the Artaxiad Royal House, was born in 140 BC.
In 112, Tigran was sent to Parthia, as a hostage or a "sign of friendship between the two peoples," after Tigran I's defeat in the Parthian campaign.
The Arsacid Royal House of Armenia was formally established in the year 66 A.D. with the recognition by the Emperor Nero of King Trdat I [Tiridates] Aršakuni, as the sovereign monarch of the Kingdom.
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 boys clothes : 2nd century BC
King Antochus III is defeated at Magnesia (190 BC).
A Greek revolt by the Achaean League is supressed and Cornith destroyed (146 BC).
Gaius Gracchus tribune of the plebs (123 BC).
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 Winged Victory of Samothrace | Musée du Louvre
If it is associated with a major Rhodian naval victory, the work can be dated to the second century BC-it would have been erected in honor of the battle of Myonnisos, or perhaps the Rhodian victory at Side in 190 BC against the fleet of Antiochus III of Syria.
This is achieved by the oblique angles of the wings and the placement of the left leg, and emphasized by the clothing blowing between the goddess's legs.
The nude female body is revealed by the transparency of the wet drapery, much in the manner of classical works from the fifth century BC, while the cord worn just beneath the breasts recalls a clothing style that was popular beginning in the fourth century.
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 190 BC: Encyclopedia - 190 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Euthydemus II and Pantaleon are presumed to be his sons.(approximate date).
Hipparchus, Greek astronomer and mathematician, in Nicaea, Bithynia (now Turkey) (+ 120 BC) (approximate date, another possible date is 194 BC).
190 BC is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
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 Malaspina Great Books - Hipparchus (190 BCE)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
About 150 B.C. he made first astrolabe, which was improved in 3rd century by Arab astronomers and brought by them in Europe in 10th century.
This was a long enough period of time to allow him to calculate the difference between the length of the sidereal year and the tropical year,; and led him to the discovery of precession.
After that he 135 B.C. enthusiastic of nova star in constellation of Scorpion with equatorial armiral sphere measured ecliptic coordinates of about 850 (1600 or 1080, which is false quoted many times elsewhere) and till 129 B.C. he made first big star catalogue.
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King Euthydemus I of Magnesia of Bactria was born about 248 BC.
Princess of Bactria [Parents] was born about 245 BC.
Maurya V of Maghada [Parents] was born about 370 BC.
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 Trigonometry - Sine and Cosine Do It All
The Pythagorean Theorem states the the sum of the areas squares of the legs of a right triangle equals the area of the square of the hypotenuse.
Euclid (365 BC - 278 BC) wrote a set of books called "The Elements" deducing the properties of geometrical objects and integers from a set of integers.
Hipparchus (circa 190 BC - circa 120 BC) possibly the greatest astronomical observer of antiquity developed a his numerical trigonometry.
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 History of Geometry
Hippocrates was also the first to show that the ratio of the areas of two circles was equal to the ratio of the squares of their radii.
He was the first to show that ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas are obtained by cutting a cone in a plane not parallel to the base.
His famous work was "Conics" consisting of 8 Books In Books 5 to 7, he studied normals to conics, and determined the center of curvature and the evolute of the ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola.
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 Greater Europe Mission Christian Missionary Resource
Armenia first emerged into history around 800 BC as part of the Kingdom of Urartu or Van, which flourished in the Caucasus and eastern Asia Minor until 600 BC.
At its zenith, from 95 to 65 BC, Armenia extended its rule over the entire Caucasus and the area that is now eastern Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon.
It became part of the Roman Empire in 64 BC and adopted a Western political, philosophical, and religious orientation.
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 Terence (c. 190-158 B.C.)
Of the remaining three, the Phormio is based on a play by the Greek Apollodorus, and the others are from Menander.
The Brothers (Adelphi) was first performed in 160 B.C., at the funeral games of Æmilius Paulus.
The weakness of Terence lies in his lack of the bolder elements of action.
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Having made vassal states out of Parthia and Bactria, he warred successfully against the Egyptian king Ptolemy V and in 198 bc obtained possession of all of Palestine and Lebanon.
He later became involved in a conflict with the Romans, who defeated him at Thermopylae in 191 bc and at Magnesia (now Manisa, Turkey) in 190 bc.
As the price of peace, he was forced to surrender all his dominions west of the Taurus Mountains and to pay costly tribute.
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 Digital Roman Forum: Regia - history
580 BC to 500 BC In the sixth century, the original house was rebuilt three times.
210 BC to 190 BC The Regia is rebuilt sometime in the late third or early second century BC.
36 BC The Regia is reported damaged in the fire of 64 AD, but this has not been confirmed by archaeology.
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