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 greek and roman
In 312 BC, allied with Seleucus, the ruler of Babylonia, he defeated Demetrius, the son of Antigonus, in the battle of Gaza.
In 311 BC a peace was concluded between the combatants, but in 309 BC war broke out again, and Ptolemy occupied Corinth and other parts of Greece, although he lost Cyprus after a sea-battle in 306 BC.
Ptolemy I died in 283 BC at the age of 84.
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  Alexander the Great   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
In 332–331 BC, he conquered Egypt and was annouced a Pharaoh by Egyptian priests of the god Amon.
In 322 BC, Ptolemy, one of the diadochoi and satrap of Egypt, fell to a conflict with Perdiccas.
Soon, Lysimachus obtained Cassander's portion (285 BC), and the empire was divided into three major portions, controlled by the descendants of Ptolemy Soter ("the saviour") in Egypt, Antigonus Monopthalmos (literally "One-eyed") in Greece, and Seleucus in the Mideast.
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 Roxana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
She married Alexander in 327 BC after he captured her when the fortress of Sogdian Rock surrendered to him.
The marriage was an attempt to reconcile the Bactrian satrapies to Alexander's rule, although ancient sources describe Alexander's professed love for her.
They were protected by Alexander's mother, Olympias, in Macedon, but her assassination in 316 BC allowed Cassander to seek kingship.
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 Campbell Clan Pages
OF was born in 382 BC, and died in 336 BC.
OF was born 280 in BC, and died 222 in BC.
IV was born in 95 BC, and died in 51 BC in Alexandria, Egypt.
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In 309 BC he built a new capital, Lysimacheia, and in 306 BC declared himself King of Thrace.
Lysimachos was killed at the battle of Koros in 281 BC and was succeeded by the Ptolemy Keraunos.
BC) was King of the Odrysae and allied with Perseas of Macedonia against the Romans.
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 Carthage
By 410 BC Hannibal (son of Gisco and grandson of Hamilcar) was the 'king' of Carthage.
He was born in 246 BC and succeeded Hasdrubal the Elder as commander in chief of the Carthaginian military in 221 BC.
In 209 BC Scipio pounced on Carthago Nova in a surprise attack by land and sea and conquered it.
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 disc sect 8
In 371 BC Thebes defeated the Spartan army in a pivotal battle at Leuctra, a polis in Boiotia.
In 369 BC Epaminondas, the Theban general, led an expedition into the Peloponnese and liberated Messenia from Sparta.
(200-118 BC): born in Megalopolis, a polis in Arcadia, a region in the center of the Peloponnesus.
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 Alexander IV of Macedon - Pictures   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Antipater, between the summer of 321 BC and the summer of 319 BC when he died of illness.
Between 316 BC and 309 BC the Regent Cassander held the young King Alexander as a prisoner.
By 309 BC Cassander had established his power over Macedonia, but as Alexander came closer to adulthood, some people loyal to the Royal house still looked forward to his becoming King in more than name.
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 Warrior Challenge. Romans. Time Capsule | PBS
In the end, the manipular tactics of the Roman army overwhelmed the phalanx and Pyrrhus was forced to retreat to Greece.
In 218 BC, Hannibal, a Carthaginian general, defied Rome's demand to leave the small Spanish city he had invaded and instead, marched across the Alps to invade Italy.
Caesar's assassination in 44 BC resulted in a power struggle that would eventually place Octavian, Caesar's nephew, on the throne of a newly established Roman Empire.
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 the ghenos ARGEADI
Perdiccas I led the the migration of the tribes of Macedon.
During the reign of Amyntas I (6th century BC) Macedonian kingdom was extended eastward beyond the Axiós River to dominate the neighbouring Thracian tribes.
Both kings were murdered, Arrhidaeus in 317 and Alexander IV in 309 and Alexander IV and his mother Roxane were assassinated by Cassander who then usurped the throne of Macedonia.
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 SingaporeMoms - Parenting Encyclopedia - Diadochi
Death of Alexander, 323 BC When Alexander the Great died (June 10, 323 BC), he left behind a huge empire which was composed of many essentially independent territories.
Revolt in Greece, 323-322 BC Meanwhile, the news of Alexander's death had inspired a revolt in Greece, later known as the Lamian War.
After great battles at Paraitacene in 317 BC and at Gabiene in 316 BC, Eumenes was eventually betrayed and murdered by his own troops in 315 BC, leaving Antigonus in undisputed control of the Asian territories of the Empire.
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 304 BC Information - TextSheet.com
Decades: 350s BC 340s BC 330s BC 320s BC 310s BC 300s BC 290s BC 280s BC 270s BC 260s BC 250s BC
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Siege of Rhodes by Demetrius I of Macedon broken when a fleet from Ptolemy I of Egypt arrives.
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 History International - The Fall of Great Empires
In the 7th millennium bc, Egypt was ecologically hospitable, and evidence of settlements from that time has been found in the low desert areas of southern, or Upper, Egypt; remains of similar occupation have been discovered at Nubian sites in modern Sudan.
Although the Middle Kingdom (2134—1784 bc) is generally dated to include all of the 11th Dynasty, it properly begins with the reunification of the land by Mentuhotep II (r.
Native rule was reestablished early in the 26th Dynasty by Psamtik I. A resurgence of cultural achievement, reminiscent of earlier epochs, reached its height in the 26th Dynasty.
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 Ptolemy II of Egypt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Ptolemy II Philadelphus (309-246 BC), was of a delicate constitution, no Macedonian warrior-chief of the old style.
His brother Ptolemy Ceraunus found compensation by becoming king in Macedonia in 281 BCE, and perished in the Gallic invasion of 280-79 (see Brennus).
He began his reign as co-regent with his parents Ptolemy I and Berenice I from 288 BC-285 BC.
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 Alexander IV of Macedon
Polyperchon, between 319 BC and 316 BC, a heir chosen by Antipater himself.
Between 316 BC and 309 BC the Regent Cassander held the young King Alexander as a prisoner.
By 309 BC Cassander had established his power over Macedonia, but as Alexander came closer to adulthood, some people loyal to the Royal house still looked forward to his becoming King in more than name.
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 314 BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Centuries: 5th century BC - 4th century BC - 3rd century BC
Decades: 360s BC 350s BC 340s BC 330s BC 320s BC 310s BC 300s BC 290s BC 280s BC 270s BC 260s BC
319 BC 318 BC 317 BC 316 BC 315 BC 314 BC 313 BC 312 BC 311 BC 310 BC 309 BC ---
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 SEDA - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
As early as the 5th century BC Dyrrhachium, or Epidamnus, has its potteries, metal and leather processing shops, textiles, shipyards, etc. Proofs of such a trade development in this city are the minting of both bronze and silver coins, while the mosaic of a gravelled floor showing the so-called Dyrrhachium's Beauty suggests the urban prosperity.
During 5th century BC it became an advanced economic centre with numerous crafts and extended its relations with both the Illyrian world and Attica and later on with Magma Grecia (Southern Italy).
During the 3d century BC, the city strengthened economically and it’s at this time that the agora, covering an area of 4 hectares, the theatre that held 9000 seats, the stadium, the gymnasium, etc., had been built.
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 Ptolemy - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
In 246 he was provoked to a Syrian war to avenge the murder of his sister Berenice at Antioch; in the course of this campaign he met with remarkable success, overran Syria, plundered Susa and Babylonia, penetrated to the shores of India and captured the important stronghold of Seleucia (1 Macc 11:8).
Balas was defeated in a decisive battle on the Oenoparas and killed, but Ptolemy himself died in 146 BC from the effects of a fall from his horse in the battle (1 Macc 1:18; 10:51; 2 Macc 1:10; 4:21).
In his reign the Jewish temple of Leontopolis near Hellopolis was founded in 154 BC (Josephus, Ant, XIII, iii, 1 f), and two Jewish generals, Onias and Dositheus, were at the head of his armies and had a large share in the government (Josephus, Apion II, 5).
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 Travel Guide To Turkey, Guide de la Turquie, GUIDE MARTINE, Guide to Turkey, Guide de Turquie, Travel, Turkey, Voyage, ...
The city, which came to the hands of Antigonus, was claimed by Ptolemy I who took it from him by force in 309 BC.
The first of these, constructed at the end of the 5 C BC in Ionic order, was dedicated to Leto, the mother of the twins Apollo and Artemis.
During the Hellenistic period, it was a naval base used in turn by Antigonus in 315 BC, the Ptolemies (under their rule and for a short while Patara was renamed Arsinoe after Ptolemaios II’s wife), and Antiochus III in 190 BC.
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 pothos.org - Children   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
This implies that Herakles was born in 326-327 BC during the Indian campaign.
When Alexander died in 323 BC Herakles is reported to have lived in Pergamon, in western Asia Minor, together with his mother.
Alexander married to princess Statira, daughter of Darius III and Queen Statira, in Susa in 324 BC.
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 SEDA - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The most energetic king was Bardhyl who conquered and subdued the Macedonians, and in 359 BC he dared to challenge Philip II of Macedonia in order to restore the eastern borders.
In 355 BC war broke out against Alexandër of Macedonia to free the eastern territories and in the meantime the Illyrians enter in alliance with Epirus by bringing to power Pyrrhus (309 BC).
In 231 BC they defeat Etols and enter into alliance with Epirus and Acarnania and apparently turn out to be the most powerful force in the Balkans, and that’s why they come against the hegemonic schemes of Rome in Adriatic.
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 Impact Components > Pricing and Availability BBY57-02V-E6327 - BC1406
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 History of the Macedonian People from Ancient times to the Present - Part IX, by Risto Stefov
Starved of support she surrendered in the spring of 315 BC and was executed by stoning.
Unfortunately she too was murdered around 309 BC, no doubt by Antigonus's henchmen, which brought the Argead line of Philip II and Alexander III to an end.
Around 309 BC, he sent general Nicanor to attack Seleucus at his home base but instead of obtaining a victory Nicanor met with defeat and soon afterwards Antigonus agreed to sign a non-aggression pact with Seleucus.
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 3rd Century BC Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Mencius, Chinese philosopher and sage (371 - 289 BC).
Ptolemy II Philadelphos (284 BC-246 BC) and his wives Arsinoe I and Arsinoe II Philadelphos.
Ptolemy V Epiphanes (204 BC-180 BC) and his wife Cleopatra I.
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 Enna and Morgantina - Best of Sicily
In 309 BC, the city, led by its native son Xenodichias, rebelled against Syracuse.
In 132 BC, Enna finally fell to the Legions, and the city was, of course, sacked and nearly destroyed once again.
Eunus "liberated" Morgantina in 139 BC during the slave revolt, and died a prisoner in this city.
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 The Bosporan Kingdom - Ancient Roman Empire Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
From 438 BC to I BC Thracian condottieres are in the head of Bosporan management who were invited to defend the country against barbarians and getting salaries for this.
In the second half of the 2nd century BC the Bosporan Kingdom was shaken by a socioeconomic and political crisis.
The Bosporan king Paerisades V decided ca 107 BC to seek the protection of the Pontic king Mithradates VI, under threat of Scythians that had captured almost all of the Crimea but the local Scythians under the leadership of Saumacus revolted and killed Paerisades.
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 ACLIS - Albanian Canadian League Information Service - A logistic office of Albanian Canadian League -
The most energetic king was Bardhyl who conquered and subdued the Macedonians, and in 359 BC he dared to challenge Philip II of Macedonia in order to restore the eastern borders.
In 355 BC war broke out against Alexandër of Macedonia to free the eastern territories and in the meantime the Illyrians enter in alliance with Epirus by bringing to power Pyrrhus (309 BC).
In 231 BC they defeat Etols and enter into alliance with Epirus and Acarnania and apparently turn out to be the most powerful force in the Balkans, and that’s why they come against the hegemonic schemes of Rome in Adriatic.
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 Oceanic Worldwide - Review and Compare Scuba Buoyancy Compensators
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 Perugia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
It is first mentioned in the account of the war of 310 or 309 BC between the Etruscans and the Romans.
It took, however, an important part in the rebellion of 295, and was reduced, with Vulsinii and Arretium (Arezzo), to seek for peace in the following year.
In 216 and 205 it assisted Rome in the Hannibalic war, but afterwards it is not mentioned until 41-40 BC, when Lucius Antonius took refuge there, and was reduced by Octavian after a long siege.
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 History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
In 312 BC, allied with Seleucus, the ruler of Babylonia, he defeated Demetrius, the son of Antigonus, in the battle of Gaza.
In 311 BC a peace was concluded between the combatants, but in 309 BC war broke out again, and Ptolemy occupied Corinth and other parts of Greece, although he lost Cyprus after a sea-battle in 306 BC.
In 221 BC Ptolemy III died and was succeeded by his son Ptolemy IV Philopater, a weak and corrupt king under whom the decline of the Ptolemaic kingdom began.
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 Lycian Turkey - The Unique History of Ancient Lycia
Around 470 BC the Athenian general Cimon was campaigning against the Persians in Lycia and from 454 BC the Lycians joined the Delian League, contrubuting ships and later, tribute.
Shortly afterwards, in 192 BC, the Syrian War began when Antiochus refused the demands of Rome to halt his westward expansion and to withdraw from Greek cities in Asia Minor.
In 190 BC Antiochus was defeated by the Romans at the battle of Magnesia.
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