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  The Significance of 70 Years
Because of the stated requirement to always count 364 days in each annual cycle--as perhaps a most integral or a most fundamental component of the stated calendar system--it is easy to recognize that the calendar system being described would have required a 7-year rate of intercalation (as previously explained).
It is of special significance that the year 37 BCE (the year when King Herod ascended to the throne of Jerusalem) is indicated to have been the year of a conjunction of both cycles--of 70 years and of 49 years.
Based upon the almost certain determination of the year 37-36 BCE (as being the 490th year of the Angelic prophecy), it becomes very easy to go ahead and recognize that the anointing of a prince (Messiah) was to come in the year 26-27 CE (or perhaps in the year just after).
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 BCE :: Code of Business Conduct
The BCE Code applies to all employees, officers and to directors, where applicable, of BCE Inc., its subsidiaries, other controlled entities and joint ventures ("Business Units") that are not public companies.
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BCE requires its principal and senior financial officers to follow the highest standards of honest and ethical conduct and as such requires that such individuals sign an additional code of ethics as a supplement to the BCE Code.
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 Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Greece
The Acharnians 425 BCE [At Eserver, formerly ERIS]
The Frogs 405 BCE [At Eserver, formerly ERIS]
The Wasps 422 BCE [At Eserver, formerly ERIS]
www.fordham.edu /halsall/ancient/asbook07.html   (2613 words)

 Chapter Three
Somewhere around 509 BCE they get rid of the king business and start a republic This is something like the Spartans have (there was a rumor that the Romans were really Spartans but that sounds fishy).
Somewhere around 367 BCE the clash between the plebs (the common citizens) and the aristocracy (rich land owners) is resolved and a new law requires one of the consuls be chosen from the plebs.
According to Livy* (in his history), scenic entertainments are introduced in 364 BCE to disarm the wrath of the gods when a two year long pestilence is raging.
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 Philip II of Macedon - Enpsychlopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Philip II of Macedon (382 BCE–336 BCE; Greek: ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΣ) was the King of Macedon from 359 BCE until his death.
The hill tribes were broken by a single battle in 358 BCE, and Philip established his authority inland as far as Lake Ohrid.
In 347 BCE, Philip advanced to the conquest of the eastern districts about the Hebrus, and compelled the submission of the Thracian prince Cersobleptes.
www.grohol.com /psypsych/Philip_of_Macedon   (1102 words)

 BCE Inc. : Entente Entre BCE et SHL/Kinburn
BCE estime que les actions ordinaires de Systemhouse constituent un placement intéressant et que celles qu'elle acquerra en vertu de l'engagement de garantie ou autrement seront détenues à des fins de placement.
BCE Inc. est une société de portefeuille et de gestion qui possède des placements dans les services de télécommunications, la fabrication d'équipements de télécommunications, les services financiers, l'énergie, l'imprimerie et l'édition, ainsi que l'immobilier.
BCE est la société canadienne qui compte le plus grand nombre d'actionnaires inscrits, et ses actions ordinaires sont cotées en Bourse au Canada, aux États-Unis, en Europe et au Japon.
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 CHAPTER ONE: The Dead Sea Scrolls, Qumran scrolls . - King's Calendar
The artificial construct, hereinafter referred to as the 'King's Calendar', appears to have derived from the same concept of a 364 day solar year, as was held by the 'Essenes'.
The commencement point for this calendar was the 9th day of the 4th month of 586 BCE as recorded in the Babylonian Calendar, and it is appropriate here to briefly discuss this issue.
Derived from the Sect's belief that G-d had commanded Israel to follow a 364 day calendar year, an artificial construct of 336 days, has demonstrated that the Sect's chronological history in relation to the 'Age of Wrath' and the arrival and death of their 'Teacher of Righteousness', indicates specific, known, historical dates.
www.kingscalendar.com /kc_free_files_no_frames/CHAPTER_01.html   (4281 words)

 Encyclopedia: Philip II of Macedon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Macedon (also sometimes known as Macedonia) was an ancient kingdom in the present-day territory of northern Greece, inhabited by Dorian Greeks.
Perdiccas III was king of Macedonia from 364 to 359 BC, succeeding his brother Alexander II.
Son of Amyntas III and Eurydike, he was underage when Alexander II was killed by Ptolemy of Aloros, who then ruled as regent.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Philip-II-of-Macedon   (3591 words)

 Re: Calendar, MMT & Enoch (long)
Greg and Ian's model (if I have it correctly) is that there were more than one faction of priests serving in the temple at Jerusalem, and that MMT represents polemics from one of these groups.
The 364 day solar calendar is central to the Dead Sea Scroll sect, so MMT consequently appears sectarian.
Sectarian Phase: the sectarian DSS advocate a 364 day calendar and cite calendrical issues in connection with their boycott of the temple.
orion.mscc.huji.ac.il /orion/archives/1996b/msg00871.html   (2258 words)

 ESSENE 364 DAY CALENDAR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The general misconception is that the calendar had a week or weeks added in order to realign the 364 day calendar, the term for this is intercalation.
The actual length of the solar year in the 1st century BCE was 365.24232 days long, now it is 365.242198 days long.
We can see from the Qumran 6 year (364 x 6) Priestly calendar in 4Q321 that a Full Moon occurs on the 1st of the 1st month in years 1 and 4 and has exactly 74 lunar cycles in the 6 years (364x6)2184 days which means their calculation for a lunar cycle was 29.51351 days.
web.telia.com /~u85205781/essenecal.html   (392 words)

To date, the 364 day calendar of the Essenes has confounded academics, for it is completely illogical to accept that they actually lived by such a calendar.
In converting the chronological records of the nation into years of 364 days, the redactors short-changed 'true' history by one and one quarter days for each year converted, and therefore failed to accurately reflect via an artificial means, their true history.
Since a 364 day calendar year is roughly 1.25 days short of a true solar year, the mathematical calculations from which the artificial calendar was derived will have been incorrect, and therefore, it has been necessary to re-insert those missing days, in order to arrive at a true reconstruction of history.
www.kingscalendar.com /kc_free_files_no_frames/LIMITATIONS.html   (2231 words)

 Greece from Peloponnesian Wars to Macedonia: Shaw's Outline of Ancient History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Agesilaus in Asia; Lysander in the Hellespont (396-395 BCE) Xen.
Outbreak of the Boeotian War 378 BCE ; attempt by the Spartans to seize Peiraeus at night Diod.
375-4 BCE Social Revolution in the Peloponnesian cities: many cities especially in the Peloponnese, having been granted autonomy, were immersed in conflict between oligarchs and Democrats and their supporters Diod.
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 Telecom Update #378, April 14, 2003
BCE TO REVEAL PLANS FOR CGI: Tomorrow, BCE Inc is expected to announce what it will do with its 30% stake in computer services company CGI Group.
In December 2001, BCE said CGI was a "non-core" holding that it would sell over the next two or three years.
BCE CEO Michael Sabia's total compensation was $1.62 million, up from $1.48 million.
www.angustel.ca /update/up378.html   (1318 words)

 413 Roman Theatre, Classical Drama and Theatre
That is, the majority of texts we have today derive from the second phase (the age of literary drama in the second and third centuries BCE), whereas all extant Roman theatres date significantly later and may not even have been constructed for dramatic performances at all.
For instance, in 364 BCE, when Rome was threatened by a plague, the Romans reportedly called in Etruscan dancers to appease the gods.
As early as 186 BCE, the Roman Senate imposed measures on producers to curb their spending on ludi ("games, plays"), by which it is always possible that they did not mean the types of Roman Comedy preserved today but some other sort of entertainment.
www.usu.edu /markdamen/ClasDram/chapters/131romtheatre.htm   (4396 words)

O BCE apresentou um lucro líquido no valor de EUR 1 220 milhões em 2002, após o pagamento de EUR 1 141 milhões aos bancos centrais nacionais (BCN) como remuneração dos respectivos activos de reserva externa transferidos para o BCE.
O BCE obteve um resultado líquido de juros e de custos e de proveitos equiparados no total de EUR 995 milhões - incluindo EUR 727 milhões relativos à sua participação na emissão de notas de euro -, que compara com um total de EUR 771 milhões em 2001.
No final de 2002, o BCE tinha ao seu serviço 1 105 de pessoas (das quais 79 com funções de gestão), o que compara com 1 043 no ano anterior.
www.ecb.de /press/pr/date/2003/html/pr030320.pt.html   (1141 words)

 Patent 4399506: Store-in-cache processor means for clearing main storage
The BCE includes a processor store-in cache (SIC) with its associated processor cache directory and associated processor cache controls which are exclusively used by the associated CP.
This invention solves an MP integrity problem in the clearing of shared main storage by requiring that the unit of invalidation in the caches must not be less than the unit of area being cleared concurrently in shared main storage.
Lines 25 and 27 are provided as request inputs to a BCE priority circuit 28 which determines which of contending requests will be accepted for execution of the BCE during the current machine cycle.
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 LUDI: Roman Festivals
The festival dates from the 6th C BCE, In 364, Etruscan dancers were added, leading to speculation in re: Fescennine verses… Comedy and tragedy were probably performed from time to time after this and became a regular feature of the ludi Romani in 240 BCE.
Ludi proliferated from the 3rd C BCE when they were given official sanction and financial support.
This practice became especially important when bonuses began to be paid when public response became notably vocal, prompting magistrates to pay claques to cheer wildly and to bribe public officials to notice the wild cheering.
www.wayneturney.20m.com /ludi.htm   (429 words)

 Ancient History Sourcebook: Themes in Understanding Ancient Societies
Aristotle (384-323 BCE): The Athenian Constitution [At MIT]
Sophocles (496-405/6 BCE): Oedipus the King c.430 BCE [At Vtech]
Sophocles (496-405/6 BCE): Oedipus at Colonna c.405/6 BCE [At MIT]
www.fordham.edu /halsall/ancient/themes.html   (1971 words)

 S. Najm & Ph. Guillaume, Jubilee Calendar Rescued from the Flood Narrative
Nina Collins holds that the sabbatical calendar was in use at the latest when the Torah was translated into Greek around 280 bce 10.
However, intercalation was not an issue for P when he composed his narrative around 530 bce 25.
Therefore, it seems a natural conclusion to claim that around 530 bce, P was not simply the composer of Genesis 1 and of the rest of P g ; he also set up (and possibly invented) the sabbatical calendar that provides the chronological structure of the whole of P g.
www.arts.ualberta.ca /JHS/Articles/article_31.htm   (3227 words)

 History 1501
Aristotle (384-323 BCE): The Constitution of Carthage, c.
Herodotus (c.490-c.425 BCE): Queen Tomyris of the Massagetai and the Defeat of the Persians under Cyrus
Herodotus (c.490-c.425 BCE): On the Kings of Sparta, c.
www.gpc.edu /~proseman/1111HonPriSodirs.htm   (2230 words)

 Old World Contacts/Overviews/First Period: 350 BCE - 400 CE
In the year 200 BCE, Rome was a republic and had just defeated Hannibal and his Phoenicians in the Second Punic War (218-201 BCE).
Beginning around 206 BCE, the Han dynasty succeeded in providing a unifying influence to the diverse peoples of Asia and the ancient Silk Roads were secured through the military ability of the Han generals.
India was a destination for adventurous merchants and travellers as far back as 3000 BCE but it was not until the Mauryan Empire (321-181 BCE) was established that there was sufficient stability for trade to blossom.
www.ucalgary.ca /applied_history/tutor/oldwrld/overview/first.html   (1426 words)

 Harappa Excavations 1995-2001 Printable Captions and Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The surveying tripod is standing next to two Kot Diji phase kilns, and the rod is leaning against a later Harappa phase baked brick drain.
2400-2200 BCE), while the remains of the long baked brick wall (Wall 50) and later wall fragments (including Features 10-21) date to Period 3C (ca.
The bricks from the eastern part of the drain were robbed by tunneling into the sediment along the line of the drain from the East.
www.harappa.com /indus5/print_version.html   (4062 words)

 Pelasgians to Phaedrias * People, Places, & Things * Greek Mythology: From the Iliad to the Fall of the Last Tyrant
Pelopidas and his confederates ejected the Spartan tyrants from Thebes, circa 379 BCE, and restored democratic rule to the city; he was killed in battle in 364 BCE at the battle of Kynoskephalae (Cynoscephalae) against Alexander of Pherae.
(circa 495-429 BCE) One of the most famous of all the Athenian statesmen; the son of Xanthippus and Agariste; a descendant of the family of Alkmaeon (Alcmaeon).
The king of Seriphos, Polydektes (Polydectes), fell in love with Danae and, as Perseus grew older, thought that the imposing young man was the only obstacle to his successful seduction of Danae; he sent Perseus on a quest for the head of the Medusa.
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 The Mythical Jesus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
400 BCE in Ezra 2:1-2; Nehemiah 7:6-7; 450 BCE in Esther 9:6-15].
Most chronologists however, follow the lead of the great Johannes Kepler (1571-1630 CE) as the father of astronomy, in assuming that the relevant lunar eclipse was that of March 13, of the year 4 BCE and hence the speculation that Jesus of Nazareth might have been born as early as 7-5 BCE.
The 2 BCE year of nativity of Jesus of Nazareth is further corroborated by the historical view regarding the Jewish expectant parents return to Bethlehem [Luke 2:1-7] accompanying a census {ie.
users.bigpond.net.au /telos/mythicaljesus.html   (7370 words)

 Malaspina Great Books - Praxiteles of Athens (c. 364 BCE)
It seems clear that he was no longer working in the time of Alexander the Great, or that king would have employed him.
Pliny's date, 364 B.C., is probably that of one of his most noted works.
Our knowledge of Praxiteles has received a great addition, and has been placed on a satisfactory basis, by the discovery at Olympia in 1877 of his statue of Hermes bearing the infant Dionysus, a statue which has become famous throughout the world.
www.malaspina.org /home.asp?topic=./search/details&lastpage=./search/results&ID=742   (881 words)

 New Page 1
27 BCE to 476 CE Augustus crowned Emperor, 27 BCE
4 BCE - 65 CE Roman tragic playwright and Stoic philosopher
Died 159 BCE on a voyage to bring back new Menander plays from Greece
www2.hts.on.ca /senior/kgreenwa/Grade%2012%20Drama/Classical_Contemporary/Rome.htm   (179 words)

 Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2005.01.20
He then traces the history of the site through nine distinct chronological stages, beginning with the first human activity in the area around Olympia in the third and second millennia BCE and ending with the abandonment of the site in the seventh century CE.
The Olympiad held in 364 BCE was the 104th iteration of the games, not the 105th (p.
392 incorrectly describes the seventh-century BCE Temple of Poseidon at Isthmia as having 187 columns.
ccat.sas.upenn.edu /bmcr/2005/2005-01-20.html   (2173 words)

27 BCE - 14 CE Originally called Octavian, his name is today known simply as Augustus which was the title given him by the Senate in the year 27 B.C. He was the grandnephew of Julius Caesar and was following an illustrious military career when Caesar was murdered.
On hearing of this he set in motion a series of alliances meant to avenge his great-uncle's assassins.
RIC 66, BMC 364, Calicó 240 Aureus Obv: CAESARAVGVSTVS - Bare head right.
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 Zeno - Bvio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Zeno of Citium (c364-c265 BCE), Hellenistic philosopher of the Painted Porch, founder of Stoicism.
Zeno of Elea (c490-c430 BCE), Hellenic Eleatic philosopher, follower of Parmenides.
This page was last modified 09:09, 25 Aug 2004.
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