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  Varronian chronology
The year that corresponds to our 59 BCE was known to them as 'the year in which Gaius Julius Caesar and Marcus Calpurnius Bibulus were consuls'.
This was not a bad solution, because it is certain that there was at least one year in which the tribunes Licinius and Sextius forbade the election of magistrates.
It also means that the treaty between Rome and Carthage, usually dated to Varronian year 348, was in fact concluded in 344/343 BCE, exactly at the moment when the Carthaginians are known to have intervened in a civil war on Syracuse and needed support in Italy.
www.livius.org /cg-cm/chronology/varro.html   (1589 words)

  
  NASA - Five Millennium Catalog of Hybrid Solar Eclipses
-1999 to +3000 (2000 BCE to 3000 CE)
Solar Eclipses: -1999 to +3000 (2000 BCE to 3000 CE)
The distribution of the three classes of hybrid eclipses during the five Millennium period -1999 to +3000 (2000 BCE to 3000 CE) is shown in the following table.
sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov /eclipse/SEcat5/SEhybrid5.html   (1414 words)

  
  BCE Mobile Second Quarter Earnings Up 122 Percent (Part 1 of 2 - Financial Tables to Follow)
BCE Mobile is well positioned to meet our financial targets for 1997.
BCE Mobile's consolidated margin for the quarter was 39 percent compared to 30 percent for the second quarter of 1996.
BCE Mobile is the Canadian leader in wireless communications.
www.bce.ca /en/news/releases/bm/1997/07/21/540.html   (785 words)

  
 Jerusalem
BCE] and Jebus during the period of the Israelite confederacy [12th-11th c.
BCE it was sacked three times by the Babylonians and its leading citizens deported to Babylon.
Yet, this growth was overshadowed by the building projects of Herod [after 39 BCE] who expanded the plateau on Moriah by building a pyramid-like platform that covered the whole north end of the city of David and Solomon.
virtualreligion.net /iho/jerusalem.html   (673 words)

  
 Greek
Thales of Miletus (639-544 BCE), regarded by Plato and Aristotle as the initiator of philosophy, was a merchant and traveler of some renown, journeying widely in both Egypt and Mesopotamia.
Comprising at its peak, in 47 BCE, of some 700,000 volumes, it was maintained by (as Majno so aptly put it): "bibliomaniacs in the homeland of the papyrus, (who) bought, copied, or pirated all the literature available".
The School of Alexandria and its successors developed the anatomy of the eye under the leadership of the great anatomist Herophilus of Chalcedon (344-280 BCE) who was an avid exponent of the importance of the brain and was the first to understand the nature and significance of nerves.
members.tripod.com /thorbloodaxe/Greek.htm   (3652 words)

  
 The Greatest Mystery of the Pyramids
While as far as is known, the people of Malta built nothing on the scale of the Pyramids, nor with the superb accuracy of the Egyptians, their temples used roughly dressed stones as large as 10 X 4 feet (3 X 1 meters).
And then, in 2589 BCE, Cheops (Khufu) began his rule and, soon after, his Pyramid, a structure built with optician's precision on an immense scale.
Agatharchides of Cnidus was a guardian and philosopher in the court of the king of Egypt at the end of the second century BCE.
pymd.com /Greatest-Mystery-of-Egypt.htm   (2287 words)

  
 Aristotle - Literature Vault - Classic Authors and Literature Online!
Aristotle was born at Stageira, a Greek colony on the Macedonian peninsula Chalcidice in 384 BCE.
After the death of Plato (347 BCE), Aristotle went with Xenocrates to the court of Hermias, ruler of Atarneus in Asia Minor, and married his niece and adopted daughter, Pythia.
In 344 BCE, Hermias was murdered in a rebellion, and Aristotle went with his family to Mytilene.
www.literaturevault.com /author/Aristotle   (1052 words)

  
 Demosthenes biography - S9.com
384 BCE – A prominent Greek diplomat and orator was born in Athens this year, during the last year of the 98th Olympiad or the first year of the 99th Olympiad.
364 BCE - At the age of 20, Demosthenes sued his trustees in order to recover his patrimony and delivered five orations, 3 Against Aphobus during 363 BC and 362 BC and 2 Against Ontenor during 362 and 361 BCE.
344 BCE Demosthenes travelled to the Peloponnese, in order to detach as many cities as possible from Macedon's influence, but his efforts were generally unsuccessful
www.s9.com /Biography/7642   (676 words)

  
 Bambooweb: Aristotle
Aristotle was born at Stageira, a Greek colony on the Macedonian peninsula Chalcidice in 384 BCE.
After the death of Plato (347 BCE), Aristotle went with Xenocrates to the court of Hermias, ruler of Atarneus in Asia Minor, and married his niece and adopted daughter, Pythia.
In 344 BCE, Hermias was murdered in a rebellion, and Aristotle went with his family to Mytilene.
www.bambooweb.com /articles/a/r/Aristotle.html   (3216 words)

  
 Anatolia: Shaw's Outline of Ancient History
Idriaeus (351-344 BCE)- he died of disease and was succeeded by his sister and wife Ada (who later became Queen of Alinda), but she was expelled by her brother Pixodarus, who threw in his lot with the Persians inviting in a Persian Satrap Othontapates (Orontobates?) This satrap was ruling when Alexander arrived in 334.
In 500 BCE the tyrant of Mylasa was Oliatus, son of Ibanollis.
In 167 BCE they revolted from the Rhodians and were soon thereafter declared free by the Romans once more.Under the Pax Romana Mylasa flourished and brought under her control in the name of 'Sympolity' the cities of Euromos, Chalcetor, Hydae, Olympos and Labraynda, and their citizenry were alloted to her own tribes.
www.juyayay.com /outline/anatolia   (9235 words)

  
 Roman Calendar   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sabine Goddess of War, vowed in 296 BCE, where declarations of war were posted in the Campus Martius.
, 82 BCE B. Birth of Socrates 470 BCE.
Battle of Metaurus where Hasdrabul was defeated at, 207 BCE.
www.societasviaromana.org /Collegium_Religionis/caljun.php   (622 words)

  
 Women in power 500- CE. 1
The ruling dynasty of the Bosporan Kingdom (see Crimea) from the end of the 1st century BCE on was Sarmatian in origin, and probably belonged to the Roxolanoi originally.
She failed and moved on to Syria where she used her army as a dowry and married Antiochiaus IX Cyzicenus who was son of Antiochiaus Sidetes and Cleopatra Thea.
During the reign of Emperor Wu Di (BCE 140-86) she companied Princess Xieyou as her lady-in-waiting on her bridal journey to marry the chieftain of the Wusun tribe in the Western Regions.
www.guide2womenleaders.com /womeninpower/Womeninpower00000.htm   (4889 words)

  
 SECOND AND FINAL ADD - MO158 - Bell Canada Enterprises reports third quarter results
On September 1, 2005, BCE and BCI announced that the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Court) had approved the agreement reached on August 18, 2005 dismissing a class action lawsuit by former holders of BCI's $250 million 6.75% convertible unsecured subordinated debentures against BCI, BCE and certain current and former directors of BCI.
As indicated in the BCE 2004 AIF, in August 2001, the manufacturer of the Anik F1 satellite advised Telesat of a gradual decline in power on the satellite.
As described in Note 24 to BCE's audited Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended December 31, 2004, a lawsuit was filed in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Court) on July 12, 2002 against BCE Inc. by certain of the members of the Teleglobe and Teleglobe Holdings (U.S.) Corporation lending syndicate.
www.tmcnet.com /usubmit/2005/nov/1200859.htm   (6547 words)

  
 Armenia.htm
Romans overthrew the Seleucid ruler Antiochus III in 190 BCE.
During his reign (95-55 BCE), Greater Armenia stretched from the mediterranean sea in the southwest to the Mtkvari river (Kura in Azerbaijan) in present day Georgia in the north and Caspian sea in the east.
Western Armenia fell under the influence of Rome and the eastern part fell to the influence of Parthians by 30 BCE.
www.worldcoincatalog.com /AC/C2/Greece/AG/HK/Armenia/Armenia.htm   (804 words)

  
 Burlingame Foundation for Education
These vendors are graciously donating 20% of their proceeds to BCE.
Boutique vendors are graciously donating 20% of their proceeds to BCE.
BCE Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization.
www.bcefoundation.org /events/KT/boutique.php   (622 words)

  
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Sparta and its allies fear domination by Athens and invade Attica, announcing that they are fighting against Athenian imperialism for their independence and for the liberty of Greeks.
Alexander's generals have sworn to keep Alexander's empire together, but for some Macedonians it is unthinkable that their king should be the son of a barbarian Asian woman.
301 BCE: Chandragupta abdicates in favor of one of his sons and withdraws with a Jainist sage to a religious retreat.
jan.ucc.nau.edu /~gdc/sp05/epoch/600-300BCE.htm   (4915 words)

  
 Viva la Assyria! - Alternate History Discussion Board   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Although not Destroyed, The city of Haran is conquered by the Babylonians and Ashur-uballit II himself is killed in 609 BCE, The Fall of the Assyrian Empire and the Rise of the Babylonians.
The Egyptian Army lands in Marathon latter in 321 BCE, and the combined Athenian/Egyptian miltary annhilates all of the Macedonian Resitance in the Pelopenessuss.
In 320 BCE, Under Demosthenes...The Athenian army pushes Northward and succeeds in Defeating Antipater's Army in Thessaly at the Battle of Crannon.
www.alternatehistory.com /discussion/showthread.php?t=109   (5137 words)

  
 June
Juno Regina brought from Veii to Aventine, 395 BCE.
Temple of Bellona, Sabine Goddess of War, vowed in 296 BCE, where declarations of war were posted in the Campus Martius.
Quirinal temple of Semo Sancus (Dius Fidius), 466 BCE.
www.religioromana.net /calendar/calendar-june.htm   (969 words)

  
 Aristotle Biography
Aristotle (Aristoteles) (384 BCE – March 7, 322 BCE) was a Greek scientist and philosopher.
Along with Plato, he is often considered to be one of the two most influential philosophers in Western thought.
Aristotle was born at Stagira, a Greek colony on the Macedonian peninsula Chalcidice in 384 BCE.
www.quotemonk.com /authors/aristotle/biography-profile.htm   (1166 words)

  
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 Macedonian Rulers
This space/timeline is a schematic diagram of the tenure of major protagonists in the power struggles that shaped the history of Hellenism in the eastern Mediterranean basin during the last 3 centuries BCE.
It begins with the election of Philip II as leader (hegemon) of the league of Greek city states and ends with the death of Cleopatra VII in Egypt.
Hellenistic World After the Breakup of Alexander's Empire 310 BCE - map posted for Barry D. Smith's course on The Intertestamental Period (Atlantic Baptist U).
virtualreligion.net /iho/macedon.html   (559 words)

  
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Lloyd, trying to make as history a 1st C BCE account of events over a millennium earlier without plentiful evidentiary support is NOT scholarly discussion.
You must be aware of the prohibition set down earlier for discussing Biblical Historicity.
1st C BCE is not from the time.
oi.uchicago.edu /OI/ANE/ANE-DIGEST/1998/v1998.n344   (1308 words)

  
 Aristotle (384 BCE - 322 BCE)
Aristotle (Greek Aristotel├žs) (384 BCE — March 7, 322 BCE) was a Greek scientist and philosopher.
Then [344 BCE], one or two years later, Aristotle was summoned to his native Stageira by King Philip II of Macedon to become the tutor of Alexander the Great, who was then 13.
Part of a series known as the Power of Women, found in literature as well as other visual arts, this image recounts the late medieval legend that Aristotle tried to teach his protege Alexander about the dangers of love, only to fall prey to this humiliation himself.
www.jahsonic.com /Aristotle.html   (562 words)

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