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  Epaminondas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
418-362 BC), was a Theban general and statesman, born about 418 BC of a noble but impoverished family.
In 371 he represented Thebes at the congress in Sparta, and by his refusal to surrender the Boeotian cities under Theban control prevented the conclusion of a general peace.
At the instigation of the Peloponnesian states which armed against Sparta in consequence of this battle, Epaminondas in 370 led a large host into Laconia; though unable to capture Sparta he ravaged its territory and dealt a lasting blow at Sparta's predominance in Peloponnesus by liberating the Messenians and rebuilding their capital at Messene.
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 Archaeological Atlas of the Aegean   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It was destroyed in the 14th century BC and again around the mid-13th century BC, when it was abandoned.
After the battle of Chaeroneia (338 BC) it was destroyed by the Macedonians in 335 BC and rebuilt by the Macedonian king Kassander in 316 BC.
Excavations have revealed the temple within a peribolos with two altars (earliest phase from the 6th century BC, remains from the late 4th century BC survive, with additions from the 2nd and 1st centuries BC), the Hellenistic theatre (3rd-1st century BC) in which the sacred rites of initiation were performed, a stoa (l.
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 4th century BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Tollund Man, Human sacrifice victim on the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark, possibly the earliest known evidence for worship of Odin.
Philip II of Macedon (born 382, reigned 359 - 336 BC).
Mencius, Chinese philosopher and sage (371 - 289 BC).
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 Coinage of Ancient Thebes (1)
On the observe the League's shield and on the reverse the archaic letter theta in the center of a mill-sail incuse.
Silver stater with Boeotian shield on the observe and amphora with roses on the reverse, 426 - 395 BC.
Silver hemidrachm with Boeotian shield on the observe, trident with a fish on the reverse, 379 - 371 BC.
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 Cleombrotus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
BC-371 BC) was a Spartan King who ruled from 380 BC to 371 BC.
Little is known of Cleombrtus's early life, however he became king of Sparta after the death of his brother Aegisipolis II in 380 BC.
Commanding the Spartan-Peloponesian army against the Thebans under Epaminondas at the Battle of Leuctra where he was killed leading the Spartan army of 700 soldiers in July 371 BC.
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 4th century BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Philip II of Macedon (born 382 BC382, reigned 359 BC 359 - 336 BC/).
Mencius, China Chinese philosopher and sage (371 BC371 - 289 BC/).
Sculptures dating from the Bronze Age (6th-4th century BC), originally excavated near Delchevo close to the Macedonian-Bulgarian border, and recovered by the Macedonian police from artifact smugglers earlier this month.
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 A Chronology of India ~ to 500 BC
The subcontinent of India, drifting northwards, merged with Eurasia and raised the Himalaya about 40 million years ago; yet it remains a veritable island, connected by a land-bridge less than 50 km wide, which is dominated by the omphalos of Kailas-Manasarovara.
The earliest traces of humanity extend as far as 400,000 years before the present, and human settlement of the forests of this land followed a pattern of mainly agricultural villages that persists today.
Lao-Tzu (the founder of Taoism) was born in 605 BC ~ living until 520 BC.
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 Ancient Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Defeat by Sparta in 404 BC led to its political decline.
Looted and destroyed by Romans in 146 BC and rebuilt in 44 BC.
Briefly became chief city-state but in 362 BC was defeated by a Spartan alliance and destroyed by Alexander the Great in 336 BC.
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 Epaminondas on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
As the Theban delegate to the peace conference of 371 BC he refused to surrender his claim to represent all Boeotia.
His thorough victory over the Spartans at Leuctra (371 BC) proved the effectiveness of his military innovations and earned him a reputation as one of the greatest tacticians of ancient times.
In 362 BC he again commanded the Boeotians against the Spartans and was victorious at Mantinea, but he died in battle.
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 Ethics of Greek Politics and Wars 500-360 BC by Sanderson Beck
Athenian Empire 479-431 BC Athens had been destroyed in 480 BC, but after the Persian invasion was defeated the next year, the Athenians began to rebuild their walls and to make the Piraeus a major harbor, persuaded by Themistocles, who had championed their victorious navy.
Spartan Hegemony 404-371 BC According to Thucydides during the Peloponnesian War in 424 BC the Spartan general Brasidas had told the Thracians that the Peloponnesians did not seek empire but were struggling to end Athenian imperialism; Brasidas offered autonomy to Thrace, and his policy was confirmed in oaths by the Spartan ephors.
In 410 BC Segesta requested aid from Carthage in a quarrel with Selinus, and the latter was besieged by the western Phoenicians led by the elderly Hannibal who, avenging previous Carthaginian defeats in Sicily, destroyed the city and massacred 16,000, enslaving 5,000 while 2,600 escaped to Acragas.
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GREECE To 323 BC Greek Culture to 500 BC
Athenian Empire 479-431 BC Peloponnesian War 431-404 BC Spartan Hegemony 404-371 BC Theban Hegemony 371-360 BC Syracusan Tyranny of Dionysius 405-367 BC
Republic of Rome 509-343 BC Rome's Conquest of Italy 343-264 BC Rome at War with Carthage 264-201 BC Republican Rome's Imperialism 201-133 BC
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 Tegea on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
BC until the Spartan defeat at the battle of Leuctra (371 BC), it was dominated by Sparta.
In 362 BC Tegea allied with its rival, Mantinea, against Sparta, but later it again opposed Mantinea.
At Tegea there are remains of the temple of Athena Alea, which was rebuilt (c.370-355 BC).
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 366 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
366 BC Centuries: 5th century BC - 4th century BC - 3rd century BC
371 BC 370 BC 369 BC 368 BC 367 BC - 366 BC - 365 BC 364 BC 363 BC 362 BC 361 BC
In Persia, satraps of Artaxerxes II begin a revolt that lasts until 358 BC.
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 Hegemony - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The word "hegemon" originated in ancient Greece, and derives from the word hegeisthai (meaning "to lead").
An early example of hegemony during ancient Greek history occurred when Sparta became the hegemon of the Peloponnesian League in the 6th century BC.
Later, in 337 BC, Philip II of Macedon became the personal Hegemon of the League of Corinth, a position he passed on to his son Alexander the Great.
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 Greek Coins 4th Century
710 BC on the southern shores of the Propontis (Northern Asia Minor) and flourished for several centuries on account of its excellent harbour.
With the defeat of the Spartans at Leuctra in 371 BC, Thebes established a hegemony over all of Greece.
Lysimachos (360-281 BC) was a bodyguard and successor of Alexander,
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BC, who then tries to give the throne to her brother, Alexander of Epirus.
BC, he reigns over a vast area extending from the Arabian Sea to the Bay of Bengal.
Cassander is defeated and captured in 301 BC, taken to the capital at Pella, and
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 369 BC Information - TextSheet.com
369 BC Centuries: 5th century BC - 4th century BC - 3rd century BC
Decades: 410s BC 400s BC 390s BC 380s BC 370s BC - 360s BC - 350s BC 340s BC 330s BC 320s BC 310s BC
374 BC 373 BC 372 BC 371 BC 370 BC - 369 BC - 368 BC 367 BC 366 BC 365 BC 364 BC
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 Table of Contents - Thebes
Kadmos and the dragon, 360 - 340 BC
Fifth labor: The cleansing of the stables of Augeias
The birth of Athena, jewel case, 570 - 565 BC
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 371 BC
371 BC Centuries: 5th century BC - 4th century BC - 3rd century BC
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The article about 371 BC contains information related to 371 BC, Events, Births and Deaths.
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 Ancient Greece: The Spartan Hegemony: 404-371 BC
From 387 BC onwards, Agesilaus and the Spartans closely controlled political decisions in the individual city-states and stacked their governments with individuals friendly to Sparta and its interests.
Socrates, who looms large as a principle foundation of Greek philosophy, had come to the end of his years when the Age of Pericles closed.
However, his pupil, who more than anyone else is responsible for synthesizing earlier Greek philosophy int a single, overarching system, began his activities as a philosopher and teacher in these years.
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 The End of the Greek City-States (from ANCIENT GREECE) --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
The Greece that Poe praised was primarily Athens during its golden age in the 5th century BC.
Includes a summary of historical developments interspersed with descriptions of the mechanics of vase painting, the development of art and architecture, and the primary patterns in trade and international commerce.
Includes an anthology of classical philosophical, dramatic, and historical literature, a historical summary from 3300 to 30 BC, a small library of essays on Greek philosophy and religion, and an archive of ancient maps.
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 376 BC
376 BC Centuries: 5th century BC - 4th century BC - 3rd century BC
381 BC 380 BC 379 BC - 378 BC - 377 BC - 376 BC - 375 BC 374 BC 373 BC 372 BC 371 BC
The article about 376 BC contains information related to 376 BC, Events, Births and Deaths.
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 3rd century 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.
Qin Shi Huang, Chinese Emperor (259 - 210 BC, reigned 246 - 210 BC).
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 NSW HSC ONLINE - Ancient History
Around the end of the eighth century B.C., when other Greek states were obtaining the extra land which they needed by sending out colonies, Sparta took over the adjacent area of Messenia and made the conquered Messenians helots as well.
Though following the First Messenian War (735 B.C.-716 B.C. according to tradition) a colony in Tarentum (Taras) in Southern Italy was taken (c.705 B.C.) by the descendants of Spartan mothers and helot fathers, who, by virtue of their background, would have no share in the land that came from the conquest of Messenia.
800 B.C) until the Battle of Leuktra in 371 B.C. Plutarch's account of their preparations and conduct in a battle makes it easy to see the results of Spartan training and why they were such fearsome opponents:                 
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 SCSBC - Employment Opportunities
Applicants must be eligible for a valid BC College of Teacher’s Certificate and meet the requirements of the ACS Employment Contract.
The school is looking to expand their program to include grade 10 this coming year, with a view to developing grades 11 and 12 in the next five years.
PRCS is seeking a FT grade 8-10 BC certified/certifiable teacher with middle/secondary teaching experience.
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 Callistratus on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He and Callias in 371 BC were the delegates to negotiations on an ineffective peace treaty.
His failure to check Thebes led to his impeachment in 366 BC, but he saved himself with his brilliant defense—an oration that is supposed to have inspired Demosthenes to study rhetoric.
After new failure he fled Athens and was condemned in absentia for having urged Athens to allow Thebes to occupy Oropus in Boetia.
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 4th century BC - Internet-Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Philip II of Macedon (382 - 336 BC, reigned 359 - 336 BC).
Alexander the Great, King of Macedon, invades Asia Minor, Persia and reaches India (356 - 323 BC, reigned 336 - 323 BC).
Read about 4th century bc in the free online encyclopedia and dictionary.
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 DBA Battle Scenarios
Phoebidas and the Thespians (379 BC) -- Spartans/Thespians vs. Thebans.
Sambre (57 BC) -- Marian Roman (Caesar) vs. Gallic.
The Crossing of the Rhone (218 BC) -- Hannibal's Carthaginians vs. Gallic.
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 Learn more about 4th century BC in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Learn more about 4th century BC in the online encyclopedia.
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 Economic Structure and Organisation of Spartan Society Example Essays.com - Over 101,000 essays, term papers and book ...
The economic structure and organization of Spartan society to 371 BC was not sufficiently successful in maintaining Sparta’s power and internal stability throughout the period.
Although this system had originally brought Sparta to her hegemony in 404 BC with victory over Athens in the Peloponnesian War, flawed elements within her own economic system and the conservative nature of her leaders throughout the period had eventually led to the state’s decline.
This led to a decline in Sparta from an empire of considerable strength to a gradual diminution in power, heightened by her defeat by Thebes at the Battle of Leuctra in 371 BC.
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