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Their conservative government consists of a kingship, resembling the traditional values of the patriarchal family; an assembly, composed of male citizens of military age; and a Senate, comprised of elders who serve as the heads of different community sects.
367 BCE: Rome - The first plebeian consul is elected to the assembly, and plebeians become eligible to serve as lesser magistrates, formerly a position only granted to the aristocratic class.
52 BCE: Rome - Pompey is elected as sole consul by the Senate, and Caesar is declared an enemy of the Roman Republic.
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 Deo to Dysnomia * People, Places, & Things * Greek Mythology: From the Iliad to the Fall of the Last Tyrant
In 357 BCE Dion returned to Sicily and, for a short time, was de facto ruler of Syracuse; after a dispute with the more politically radical Heraklides (Heraclides), Dion left Syracuse but was recalled in 355 BCE to expel the last of the militant followers of Dionysius II.
BCE) The eldest son of Dionysius the Elder and Doris.
In 357 BCE, while Dionysius II was away from the city, Dion returned and took control of Syracuse; Dionysus was confined to the fortress on the island of Ortygia for a short period and then retreated to Italy until he could attempt to recapture Syracuse.
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 Timeline: Early Rome and Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
In the eighth century BCE southern Italy and Sicily are colonized by Greeks.
186 BCE: The cult of Bacchus is decreed a conspiracy and is brutally suppressed.
: 186 BCE: The cult of Bacchus is decreed a conspiracy and is brutally suppressed.
www.sscnet.ucla.edu /ssc/labs/geary/1I/messages/22.html   (688 words)

  
 Dionysius I
He built Syracuse into the strongest city of Sicily, and even exported his ambitions to the Italian mainland where attacked and destroyed Rhegium, across the Strait of Messina.
Dionysius I died in the spring of 367
The reins of government were passed on to his son Dionysius II, although the son did not have the abilities of the father.
www.ancientroute.com /people/Dionysius1.htm   (290 words)

  
 lawtime.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
510 BCE end of the Regal period; start of the Roman republic.
367 BCE offices of praetor and aedile created.
31 BCE Octavian defeats Mark Antony and Cleopatra VII at the battle of Actium
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 Roman Chronology
367 BCE: Rome The first plebeian consul is elected to the assembly, and plebeians become eligible to serve as lesser magistrates, formerly a position only granted to the aristocratic class.
265 BCE: Rome initiates the Punic Wars with Carthage, an oligarchic empire stretching from the northern coast of Africa to the Strait of Gibraltar.
52 BCE: Pompey is elected as sole consul by the Senate, and Caesar is declared an enemy of the Roman Republic.
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 Greece: Shaw's Outline of Ancient History
Agesilaus in Asia; Lysander in the Hellespont (396-395 BCE) Xen.
R.M. Errington, 'From Babylon to Triparadeisos, 323-320 BCE' JHS 90, 1970, pp.
In 306 BCE the forces of Ptolemy and Antigonus clashed at the battle of Salamis.
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 Aristotle's Unmoved Mover
Aristotle was born in Stagira, a Greek colony in Macedonia in 384 BCE and died in 322 BCE.
In 367 BCE, Aristotle became a pupil of Plato at the Academy in Athens, where he remained for over 20 years.
In 343 BCE, he accepted the invitation of Philip, King of Macedonia, to become the personal tutor to his son, Alexander, who would later become known as Alexander the Great.
www.abu.nb.ca /Courses/GrPhil/PhilRel/Aristotle.htm   (5629 words)

  
 Roman History
367 BCE: The first plebeian consul is elected to the assembly, and plebeians become eligible to serve as lesser magistrates, formerly a position only granted to the aristocratic class.
264 BCE: Rome initiates the Punic Wars with Carthage, an oligarchic empire stretching from the northern coast of Africa to the Strait of Gibraltar.
146-30 BCE: As a result of the Punic Wars, Roman civilization witnesses a series of cultural conflicts ranging from class conflicts and assassinations to slave retaliation in Sicily in 104 BCE and 73 BCE.
www.geneseo.edu /~harrison/humn1_html/romhist.html   (3031 words)

  
 The Glory that was Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Son of a midwife and sculptor, he was acquainted with the intellectual elite at the court of Pericles, ruler of Athens, despite his plebian origins.
He remained at the Academy for the next twenty years until drawn away from his work there in 367 BCE by a request from Dion, his old friend from Syracuse, to return to Sicily.
Aristotle, or Aristoteles, (c.384-322 BCE) was born in Stagirus in the Greek colony of Chalcidice, which lies to the north of Greece near Macedon.
www.watson.org /~leigh/philo.html   (1899 words)

  
 Plato’s Theaetetus [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
In the dialogue, he is portrayed as a friend of Protagoras, well-aware of the Sophist’s teachings, and quite unfamiliar with the intricacies of Socratic Dialectic.
The introduction of the dialogue informs the reader that Theaetetus is being carried home dying of wounds and dysentery after a battle near Corinth.
Scholars commonly prefer the battle of 369 BCE as the battle referred to in the dialogue.
www.iep.utm.edu /t/theatetu.htm   (4442 words)

  
 Historic Amphipolis and Potidaea
Between 3000 and 1500 BCE, the dominant culture around the Aegean Sea was on the islands, and centered at Crete.
In the early 5th century BCE, the Persian empire was all over this part of the world, and several major battles were fought around the Chalcidician peninsula as the Greeks struggled to push the Persians back east.
Back in the 5th century BCE, the area of Amphipolis and eastward was considered part of Thrace, and the people who lived in that immediate area were the Edonians, a Thracian tribe.
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 Manichaean Timeline/Chronology - Order of Nazorean Essenes
1400 BCE The roots of Mithraic belief are found in the worship of the Sky Goddess Mitra in northern Mesopotamia.
872 BCE Birth of Parsvanatha, the 23 Jain Buddha.
c516 BCE Ezra, from Babylon, offers a False Torah (Mosaic Law) to Jerusalem [Neh8].4th Ezra speaks of him "receiving" the 24 public and 70 secret books alluding to the possibility that Ezra is responsible for all non Essene additions (pericopes) to the old Testament.
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 CTCWeb Glossary: T (taberna to tyranny)
- a four horse chariot race established as an Olympic event in 680 BCE with a length of twelve laps around the hippodrome; there was also a tethrippon for foals established as an Olympic event in 384 BCE.
Periander asks Thrasybulus how he to keep his power; Thrasybulus responds by cutting off the tallest ears of corn in a corn field; Periander understands Thrasybulus' action to mean that he should kill or exile his potential political opponents.
Octavius, and Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, began in 43 BCE and lasted until 32 BCE.
ablemedia.com /ctcweb/glossary/glossaryt.html   (1510 words)

  
 Conflict of Orders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
494 BCE: traditional date of the First Secession of the Plebs, during which they established their own assembly (the Concilium Plebis) and elected their own magistrates, the Tribunes and the Plebeian Aediles.
What was essentially won during the conflict of orders was the breakdown of an aristocracy of birth and its replacement with an aristocracy that was based on the holding of political offices and on wealth, particularly land-based wealth.
The conflict did not destroy the hierarchical, class-based nature of Roman society, nor did it greatly improve the lives or the prospects of the poorer segments of society.
www.vroma.org /~bmcmanus/orders.html   (393 words)

  
 UNF Core I: Section 9: The Roman Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
367 BCE The Licinian-Sextian laws specified (1) that one consul every year must be a plebeian, (2) that the office of praetor should serve as assistant consul and (3) and that there should be a law restricting the amount of land held by any citizen.
In this war Hannibal (247-182 BCE) led an army from Spain (218BCE) across the Alps and into Italy.
Gaius Gracchus (159-121 BCE) -- tribune in 123BCE
www.unf.edu /classes/freshmancore/halsall/core1-09.htm   (1156 words)

  
 Re: Timeline: late Rome and Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
: : In the eighth century BCE southern Italy and Sicily are colonized by Greeks.
: : 367 BCE: The consulship is first held by a plebeian.
: : 186 BCE: The cult of Bacchus is decreed a conspiracy and is brutally suppressed.
www.sscnet.ucla.edu /ssc/labs/geary/1I/messages/54.html   (740 words)

  
 CQD Roman History Review - Republican Organization
Established in 443 BCE, the office of censor was reserved for men who had completed the cursus honorum and were felt to be of high moral character.
In 367 BCE two slots were created exclusively for patricians, who as curule aediles were entitled to sit in the sella curulis.
The aerarium, the main treasury of the Roman Republic, was housed in the Temple of Saturn in the forum, which Livy assigns to 496 BCE.
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 Ancient Roman Chronology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
287 BCE: The Roman system of coinage is established.
Cicero, "the father of Roman eloquence," derives the bulk of his thought from the Stoics, though he is well read in both Plato and
70 BCE: A close friend of Horace, the poet Virgil authors The Eclogues and The Aeneid.
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 ROMA - SPQR - ROMAN EMPIRE REBORN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Archeological research indicates that the founders of Rome itself are Italic people who occupy the area south of the Tiber River.
As a result of the Punic Wars, Roman civilization witnesses a series of cultural conflicts ranging from class conflicts and assassinations to slave retaliation in Sicily in 104 BCE and 73 BCE.
Marius is appointed to consulship and rules the state by military means until his death in 86 BCE.
www.s-p-q-r.org /III.html   (2875 words)

  
 Acceptance and Assimilation of New Kids at Mott Hall II – A Policy Implementation Study
494 BCE: traditional date of the First Secession of the Plebs, during which they established their own assembly (the Concilium Plebis) and elected their own magistrates, the Tribunes and the Plebeian Aediles.
367 BCE: plebeians became eligible for the consulship
287 BCE: Third Secession, won the concession that all plebiscites, measures passed in the Concilium Plebis, had the force of laws for the whole Roman state
www.maxwell.syr.edu /plegal/crit6/zolarwq1.html   (1417 words)

  
 Narrative Psychology: Theorists and Key Figures A-B-D-C
The philosopher Aristotle first came to Athens to study with Plato at the Academy when he was 17 years old (367 BCE).
For the next three years Aristotle traveled until King Philip of Macedon called him in 344 BCE to serve as tutor to his 13-year-old son and heir, Alexander.
In the course of his life, Aristotle experienced two prolonged periods of relatively undisturbed residence in Athens (367-347 and 339-323 BCE) as well as a possibly more intense five-year period under royal Macedonia patronage when he tutored the future king.
web.lemoyne.edu /~hevern/nr-theorists-abcd.html   (3921 words)

  
 Seventy and Da'as - Torah.org
Unfortunately, as a people, we're used to exile by now as a way of life, and the faithful among us still await the fulfillment of the prophecy that Moshiach will one day come and put an end to exile altogether.
It was a mystery, a sod, and one that cost Belshazzar his life, for the next day after his premature feast in celebration of the end of the seventy years, Daryavash and Cyrus did their deed, and the mighty kingdom of Bavel passed into the hands of Persia.
The seventy years came to a peaceful close in the year 3408, or 353 BCE-for the Jewish people-two years after the death of Achashveros, and two years into the reign of Daryavash (the son of Esther and Achashveros, who ordered the resumption of the Temple construction).
www.torah.org /learning/yomtov/redemption/purim/four.html   (2073 words)

  
 July
Temple of Fortuna Muliebris, 488 BCE, vowed after Coriolanus was driven off by the women of Rome.
Ancillae given their freedom and presented with a toga praetexta at the ludi.
18 XV Kal Sext C: Dies Ater ambush of the Fabii at Cremona, 477 BCE.
www.religioromana.net /calendar/calendar-july.htm   (1074 words)

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