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 The Qin Dynasty On-line Source Book
c.261 BC Lu Buwei, a merchant from Zhao, befriends Prince Zichu, future king of Qin and father of the First Emperor, while the latter was a hostage in Han Dan, capital of the state of Zhao.
257 BC The Qin army is forced to raise the seige of Handan, capital of the state of Zhao in the Hebei region.
249 BC The petty realm of Eastern Zhou in the Henan region is annexed, marking the end of the Zhou Dynasty.
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 Eastern Zhou Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 771 BC the Zhou court was sacked, and its king was killed by invading barbarians who were allied with rebel lords.
In the 6th century BC, the precision-engineered crossbow was invented by Clansman Qin of Chu which was so precise that the crossbow became capable of delivering a heavy load.
During the 6th century BC, some stability actually came to the war-torn land of China as a balance of power was reached with the Qin in the north and the west, the Chu in the south, and the Qi & Wu in the east.
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 Regulatory Compliance History - Benmark, Inc.
BC 249 established two tests that must be satisfied for the insurance to be considered held solely for non investment purposes.
In August 1993, the FDIC followed with its own guidelines or "Supervisory Considerations." That document adopted BC 249 and expanded the requirements to other areas, including the review and documentation of the reasonableness of benefits, concentration and other risk considerations, and accounting issues.
In September 1996, the OCC replaced BC 249 with OCC 96-51.
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 Guidelines for Bank-Owned Life Insurance
However, BC 249 set strict rules regarding termination of the policies when an insured individual retired or was no longer considered a key person.
In particular, BC 249 established a calculation known as "Test B." This was a present value test intended to quantify the amount of appropriate insurance protection.
These new standards removed the rigid, but quantifiable, rules of BC 249 and replaced them with a list of items that had to be considered by the banks as a minimum performance of their due diligence.
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 THE BIG MYTH - the myths
From 1500 BC onwards, China was ruled by a number of different dynasties.
During the first and the second dynasties, the Shang Dynasty (1500-1000 BC) and the Chou Dynasty (1122-249 BC), a number of feudal states developed and Chinese society became an advanced civilization.
It was founded by a philosopher, Confucius, in the 5th century BC and stressed love for humanity, ancestor worship, reverence for parents and older people, and harmony in thought and behavior.
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 Rome Unleashed - The Wars with Carthage
But their attempt of invasion of Africa was a disaster, their fleet was destroyed at Drepana in 249 BC.
In 203 BC he was forced to return to Africa to defend Carthage itself against Roman counter-attack.
His defeat by the Roman general Scipio at Zama in 202 BC brought the Second Punic War to an end and confirmed Rome's standing as the regional superpower.
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 249 BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Centuries: 4th century BC - 3rd century BC - 2nd century BC
Years: 254 BC 253 BC 252 BC 251 BC 250 BC - 249 BC - 248 BC 247 BC 246 BC 245 BC 244 BC
Zhou Hui Wang last claimant King of the Zhou Dynasty of China is killed by forces of the rival Qin Dynasty.
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 Battle of Drepanum - 249 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Battle of Drepanum - 249 BC Battle of Drepanum (Drepana) - 249 BC In 249 BC, one of the current consuls, Publius Claudius Pulcher, son of the man who had started the war fifteen years earlier, set out with 10,000 fresh men to augment the crews and 123 ships to surprise Adherbal.
The Carthaginians had a fleet at Drepanum, twenty- five miles north of Lilybaeum, and Pulcher resolved to attack it before the Carthaginian reinforcements could arrive.
He is said to have thrown them overboard, saying "If they won't eat, let them drink." The gods were apparently not amused.
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 246 bc   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Years: 251 BC 250 BC 249 BC 248 BC 247 BC - 246 BC - 245 BC 244 BC 243 BC 242 BC 241 BC
In Rome, the number of praetors is increased from one to two
Queen Arsinoe III of Egypt of the Ptolemaic Dynasty (or 245 BC).
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 The 1st Punic War (264-241 BC) (DBA Campaign Scenarios)
In 251 BC Carthage attacked Panormus and were badly beaten prompting them to sue for peace again, which this time the Romans declined.
In 249 BC the Carthaginian fleet defeated a Roman fleet that was blockading Lilybaeum.
In 241 BC Carthage attempted to strike back but her fleet was decisively defeated at the battle of the Aegadian Isles (Aegates).
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 Famous Carthaginians   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Perceiving his fellow-citizens to be greatly disquieted at the projects of Alexander of Macedon (B.C. 332), he betook himself to that prince, in order, if possible, to penetrate his designs, and give his countrymen timely notice of them.
In attempting to make himself master of Syracuse, during the absence of Agathocles in Africa, he was taken prisoner and put to death, B.C. (5) Surnamed Barca, the leader of the popular party at Carthage, appointed in the eighteenth year of the First Punic War (B.C. 247) to the command of the Carthaginian armies.
After the end of this war Hamilcar was sent into Spain (B.C. He remained in Spain nearly nine years, during which time he extended the dominion of Carthage over the southern and eastern parts of that country.
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 Claudius on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
While consul (495), his severe interpretation of the laws of debt caused the temporary emigration of the general citizenry (the plebs, as distinct from the patricians) to the sacred mount, a hill NE of Rome.
Legend says that his attempt to rape Virginia caused a revolt in which he was killed and which led to the fall of the decemvirs.
He was consul (307 and 296) and later persuaded the senate to reject the peace proposals of Pyrrhus.
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 Chinese History - Zhou Dynasty rulers (www.chinaknowledge.org)
781-770 BC During the flight from the western capital to the east, the Zhou kings relied on the help of the lords of Qin 秦 and Jin 晉.
The rulers of the Spring and Autumn period (Chunqiu 春秋) were mere a nominal head of the multiple states that had nothing more to do than to worship its own ancestors, and their names are not more than a simple list.
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 Roman dictator - Art History Online Reference and Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He was appointed dictator rei gerendae causa for a full year in 46 BC and then designated for nine consecutive one-year terms in that office thereafter, functionally becoming dictator for ten years.
A year later, this pretense was discarded altogether and the Senate voted to make him dictator perpetuus (usually rendered in English as "dictator for life", but properly meaning "perpetual dictator").
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 Carthaginian Empire Info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
1215 BC some 30 years before the fall of Troy, Carthage is founded by Zoros and Karkhedon.
260 BC sea battle at Mylae (Roman victory over Carthage) 256 BC sea battle at Ecnomus (near the city of Licata = Phintias, in 280 BC founded by Phintias of Akragas) 255 BC Roman fleet to evacuate the army from Africa lost.
241-237 BC revolt of Lybian mercenaries against Carthage 238 BC Sardinia Roman territory Corsica Roman territory 237 BC beginning of Carthaginian imperium in Spain 218-201 BC 2nd Punic War 149-146 BC 3rd Punic War King Massinissa of Numidia asked Rome (his ally) to help in a border dispute with Carthage.
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 BC Golf Course Guide, Free Handicap Tracking, and online tee times
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We are featuring a series of golf adventures, by Tom Cattermole of North Vancouver, that wind across Northern BC.
While making the trek across Northern BC Tom stayed at the Sandman Inns.
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 Phoenicia, Phoenicians & Punic: Famous Carthaginians   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
General/admiral who recaptured Agrigentum in 255-54, relieved Drepana in 254 and then co-operated with Adherbal after the battle of Drepana in 249 in keeping the sea power for Carthage.
His manouvres between Lylibeo and Pachynus caused severe damages to two Roman fleets (burning and capturing ships in the West, relenting the navigation and exposing the Romans to a storm in the east).
commander in chief of the Carthaginians in Africa against Regulus before and at the Bagradas Battle of 255 BC (Xanthippus was the trainer/planner but the Carthaginians certainly did not let him have the official leadership of the battle!) can be accounted.
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250 BC she married the Seleucid monarch Antiochus II Theos, who, following an agreement with Ptolemy (249 BC), had divorced his wife Laodice and transferred the succession to Berenice's children.
On Ptolemy's death, Antiochus repudiated Berenice and took back Laodice, who, however, at once poisoned him and murdered Berenice and her son.
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 TLCs -- Emergency Program Act, RSBC1996, chapter 111
1 Jan 2004 (BC Reg 465/03, repealing BC Reg 428/03)
The "Effective date" column (under "Changes in Force") indicates when changes have come into force.
The Users Guide to the looseleaf edition of the B.C. statutes (including the Folio electronic version) provides detailed information about Tables of Legislative Changes.
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 Antique Dealers Association of California   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Patriachal Period - - 3000-2205 BC Xia Dynasty - - 2205-1766
BC Shang and Yin Dynasty - - 1766-1122 BC Shang era - - 1766-1301 BC Yin era - - 1301-1123 BC Zhou Dynasty - - 1122-256 BC Yin Zhou era - - 1122-1028 BC Western Zhou era - - 1027-771BC
Middle Zhou era - - 950-600 BC Eastern Zhou era - - 600-249 BC Spring and Autumn Annals (Chunqin) - - 770-481 BC Warring States (Chan Kuo) - - 480-256 BC Quin Dynasty - - 255-206 BC Han Dynasty - - 206 BC-220 AD Three States or San Tai - - 220-280
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 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Rome becomes involved in 280s BC City of Thurii appeals to Rome for aid against native group, Lucanians
Unsuccessful invasion of Africa in 255 BC Roman fleet destroyed at Drepana (249 BC)
Rome fights wars against Macedonia in 214 BC and 200 BC Macedonia eventually becomes Roman province in 168 BC Greece becomes Roman province in 146 BC Defeat of leading city of Corinth
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 Pavillion of Glitter and Breeze Antiques,Regional Art,Asian,Chinese Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
China, Eastern Zhou (600 - 249 BC) - Warring States Period (475 - 221 BC), Grey pottery with impressed grid pattern.
China, Xindian Culture (1200 - 500 BC), pottery with fl paint.
China, Shang Dynasty (1600 - 1100 BC), Early Western Zhou Dynasty, Jade.
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