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  Cato the Elder: 234-149 BC
These are the famous words of Marcus Porcius Cato, spoken at the end of his many speeches while he was Censor of the Roman state.
Marcus Porcius Cato the Elder lived from 234 BC to 149 BC.
After already holding positions as a statesman and orator in Rome, on his return from the war, Cato was named the Censor in 184 BC.
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  Cato the Elder:   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cato was born in 234 BC, in the year before the first consulship of Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus, and died at the age of 85, in the consulship of Lucius Marcius Censorinus and Manius Manilius.
that in 194 BC, Sextus Digitius was appointed to the province of Hispania Citerior, it is probable that Plutarch was mistaken in assigning that province to Scipio Africanus.
In 157 BC he was one of the deputies sent to Carthage to arbitrate between the Carthaginians and Massinissa, king of Numidia.
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  Wikinfo | List of censors   (Site not responding. Last check: )
265 BC - Gnaeus Cornelius Blasio and Gaius Marcius Rutilus Censorinus
142 BC — Publius Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus and Lucius Mummius Achaicus
125 BC - Gnaeus Servilius Caepio and Lucius Cassius Longinus Ravilla
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 Overall Statistics
.387 32-32 119 33 46 7 0 2 24 59.496 8 1 10 0.426 1 0 27-30 Tucker, BC.................
.311 34-34 103 22 32 8 1 1 12 45.437 16 0 25 0.400 1 3 11-14 Reid, BC...................
.234 34-22 64 16 15 1 0 0 6 16.250 3 0 6 0.269 0 4 3-5 Thomas, RMC................
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 Analysis Statistics
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103/.311 0/ --- 103/.311 62/.290 41/.341 7/.286 27/.222 30/.267 47/.447 7/.429 Reid BC..........
465 425/.412 40/.500 385/.403 82/.488 149/.423 265/.426 20-25 110 102 2.3 1.5 0.7 -------------- Riley BC.........
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 Cato the Elder
By 195 BC he had climbed the traditional ladder of magistrative offices to the its very pinnacle by achieving the post of consul.
Then in 191 BC he retired from the army and concentrated instead on participating in debates in the senate.
But in 150 BC he was the leader of a Roman commission of inquiry which was to ajudicate between Carthage and Numidia.
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Agricultural free trade changed the Italian landscape, and by the 1st century BC, vast grape and olive estates had supplanted the yeoman farmers, who were unable to match the imported grain price: the annexation of Egypt, Sicily and Tunisia in North Africa provided a continuous supply of grains.
In the early Republic, boys were taught to read and write by their father, or by educated slaves, usually of Greek origin; the ultimate aim of Roman education was to produce men who could speak effectively.
It was at this time, in the 1st century BC, that Romans developed concrete, a powerful cement derived from pozzolana which soon supplanted marble as the chief Roman building material and allowed for numerous daring architectural schemata.
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Marcus Fulvius Flaccus, a Roman consul in 264 BC, was the founder of the family.
The institution is supposed to have arisen with the expulsion of the kings, traditionally in 510 BC, and it was well established by the early 4th cent.
BC The consuls led the troops, controlled the treasury, and were supreme in the government.
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 BACCHANALIA History
Cato the Younger (95 BC–46 BC), known as Cato the Younger to distinguish him from his great-grandfather Cato the Elder, was a politician and statesman in the late Roman Republic, and a follower of the Stoic philosophy.
B.C. he returns to Spain to defeat the revolt led by the sons of Pompey most notably Gaeus Pompeius.
B.C., he was stabbed to death in the senate house.
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 Roman Timeline of the 3rd Century BC
234 BC Birth of the Roman statesman and general Cato the Censor in Tusculum.
212 BC The introduction of a new coinage to Rome, the denarius.
It is usually assumed to have been founded at the beginning of the 3rd century BC during the reign of Ptolemy II of Egypt after his father had set up the Temple of the Muses or Museum.
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 Western Civilization to 1700
BC for failing to prevent the fall of Amphipolis to the Spartans.
The first form of government for the Romans was a monarchy, from 753 BC to 509 BC.
March 15, 44 BC (the “ides of March”), Caesar was assassinated by a group of senators in the senate chamber.
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 The Automated ScoreBook - Conference-Only Statistics
JR 9 8 3.11.234 4-4 46.1 41 25 16 13 12 6 2 2 0 2.53 2.33 Marlo Powell BC...........
FR 13 43 21 0 0 0.488 Whitney Knighton BC.......
FR 16 44 17 4 0 1.545 Whitney Knighton BC.......
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 Ethics of Legalism, Qin Empire and Han Dynasty by Sanderson Beck
Qin Empire 221-206 BC In 221 BC when Qin took over Qi, the last of the other six states, King Zheng's first official act was to declare himself First August Emperor (Shih Huang Di) of what we still call China from the name of his state of Qin.
One day in 213 BC when the Emperor was entertaining seventy scholars with wine, one of them complained that the sons and brothers of the Emperor were commoners and that if anyone threatened him he would not be able to respond, because the Emperor had gone against the ancient tradition.
Finally in 202 BC the king of Han assumed the position of supreme Emperor and was renamed Gaozu meaning "Exalted Ancestor." Han Xin was transfered to be king of Chu; Peng Yue was made king of Liang and Wu Rui king of Changsha.
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 Roman History Questions
He lived from 234-149 BC, and was later used by Cicero as the main speaker in the De Senectute (Dialogue on Old Age).
Who was consul in 63 BC and exposed a conspiracy led by a rebellious Roman senator to overthrow the government?
In 23 BC, Augustus was given a certain power by which he numbered the years of his principate.
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 Achaean League - Free net encyclopedia
The Achaean League was a confederation of Greek city states in Achaea, a territory on the northern coast of the Peloponnese.
The Achaean League reformed early in the 3rd century BC, and soon expanded beyond its Achaean heartland.
During the Third Macedonian War (171-168 BC, the League flirted with the idea of an alliance with Perseus, and the Romans punished it by taking several hostages to insure good behavior, including the historian Polybius.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Cato   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cato (the Younger), Marcus Porcius (95–46 bc) Roman politician, great-grandson of Cato (the Elder).
Under the leadership of Arthur Thistlewood, a revolutionary extremist, the conspirators planned to murder Lord CASTLEREAGH and other ministers while they were at dinner, as a prelude to a general uprising.
As censor, from 184 bc, he worked to restore the old ideals of Rome –; courage, honesty and simple living.
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 Timeline Index - People, Periods, Places, Events...
In the 3d century B.C. Rome challenged Carthage’s control of the W Mediterranean in the Punic Wars (so called after the Roman name for the Carthaginians, Poeni, i.e., Phoenicians).
Pompey (the Great), was a distinguished and ambitious Roman military leader, provincial administrator and politician of the 1st century BC, the period of the Late Republic.
Cicero was born in 106 BC, six years before the birth of Julius Caesar, into a wealthy family, though none of his family served as senators.
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 Northern BC Tourism Association - Restaurants
Aboriginal people living on Northern B.C.’s west coast say when the tide rolls out their tables are set.
Northern B.C. has the perfect climate and geography to grow a most rare and delicious vegetable – the fiddlehead.
Some of the best cuisine in Northern B.C. can be sampled during the many summer festivals held across the region each year.
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