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  battle of amphipolis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Battle of Amphipolis was fought in 422 BC during the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta.
It was the culmination of events that began in 424 BC with the capture of Amphipolis by the Spartans.
Capture of Amphipolis, 424 BC In 424, around the same time as the Battle of Delium, the Spartan general Brasidas besieged Amphipolis, an Athenian colony in Thrace on the Strymon river.
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 Achaemenid dynasty Information - TextSheet.com
In 559 BC, Cambyses the Elder was succeeded as King of Anshan by his son Cyrus II the Great.
The absolute zenith of its power was achieved during the reigns of Darius I (521 BC-485 BC) and his son Xerxes I (485 BC - 465 BC).
After the death of Xerxes I (465 BC) the decline of the dynasty began.
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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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 457BC_WhyCorrect   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
There is a short gap between 404 BC and 403 BC with a couple of minor kings during that gap.  This was apparently due to political situations at the palace.
To begin, the author wishes to show why 444 BC is not the correct date for the beginning of the 70 weeks/years prophecy.  Then the reasons why 457 BC is the correct date will be covered.
There are several flaws in the arguments against 457 BC as the correct date for the fulfillment of the 70 weeks/years prophecy.  These flaws listed here are the common ones the author has run into, but certainly there probably exist other arguments against it.
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 IBSS - History - Persian
In 490 BC Darius' army was defeated by the Greeks at Marathon.
She returned as Queen mother during her son's reign Artaxerxes I, and died in 424 BC.(Wright in "Historicity of the Book of Esther" in New Perspectives on the Old Testament ed.
During the 5th century BC there was a Jewish military colony at Elephantine, Egypt.
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 The Book of Daniel, Chapter 11   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
With Alexander's premature death in 323 BC, the Grecian Empire was broken into four separate divisions under the control of four former generals who became kings sixteen years later, after considerable political wrangling and the murder of all of Alexander's heirs.
In 170 BC, Antiochus IV attacked and overtook the Egyptian army between Pelusium and the mountain Casius.
Returning to Egypt in the spring of 168 BC to besiege Alexandria and the two young boy Egyptian kings, Antiochus IV was met by the Roman ambassadors, Popilius Loena, C. Decimius, and C. Hostilius.
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 Great King of Persia Artakshassa I Artaxerxes
The three kings that followed Xerxes on the throne--Artaxerxes I (465-425 BC), Xerxes II (425-424 BC), and Darius II Ochus (423-404 BC)--were all comparatively weak individuals and kings, and such successes as the empire enjoyed during their reigns were mainly the result of the efforts of subordinates or of the troubles faced by their adversaries.
The main events of his long rule were the war with Sparta that ended with a peace favourable to the Persians; the revolt and loss to the empire of Egypt; the rebellion of Cyrus the Younger, brother of the king; and the uprising known as the revolt of the satraps.
In 339 BC Persian troops were fighting alone in Thrace against the Macedonians, and in the following year, at the Battle of Chaeronea, Philip extended his hegemony over all of Greece--a united Greece that was to prove impervious to Persian gold.
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BC As the most westerly Greek colony in Sicily, expansion into the hinterland (to the west and to the north).
478/7 BC Hieron succeeded Gelon as ruler of Syracuse.
446 BC Duketios escaped from Corinth and established a new colony in Sicily at Kale Akte.
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 Balkan history - Thracians   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In 431 BC Sitalkes allied with the Athenians and in the late autumn of 429 BC, in response to an Athenian request for help, attacked Macedonia with 150,000 warriors.
Seuthes (424 - 415 BC) succeeded Sitalkes, but Seuthes was unable to keep the empire intact and Athens encouraged rival Odrysian princes to fight one another so that the Athenians could retain control of the coastal cities, however the kingdom of the Odrysae enjoyed a period of prosperity.
After the death of Alexander, Lysimachos (313-281 BC) assumed the administration of Thrace and in 313 BC Macedonian authority was re-established by Lysimachus.
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 Lens (optics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Analogous devices used with other types of electromagnetic radiation are also called lenses: for instance, a microwave lens can be made from paraffin wax.
The earliest records of lenses date to Ancient Greece, with Aristophanes' play The Clouds (424 BC) mentioning a burning-glass (a convex lens used to focus the sun's rays to produce fire).
The writings of Pliny the Elder (23-79) also show that burning-glasses were known to the Roman Empire, and mentions what is possibly the first use of a corrective lens: Nero was known to watch the gladiatorial games through a concave-shaped emerald (presumably to correct for myopia).
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 Herodotus. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
B.C., Greek historian, called the Father of History, b.
He traveled along the coast of Asia Minor to the northern islands and to the shore of the Black Sea; he also at some time visited Mesopotamia, Babylon, and Egypt.
B.C. he was in Athens, and in 443 he seems to have helped to found the Athenian colony of Thurii in S Italy, where he probably spent the rest of his life completing his history.
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 List of kings of Persia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Khumma-Khaldash III (647 BC647 - 644 BC644 BC/)
Deioces 728-675 BC Phraortes 675-653 BC MadiusMadius the Scythian/ 653-625 BC Cyaxares 625-585 BC Astyages 585-550 BC The Medes were an Iranian people.
Smerdis, his alleged brother, ruled 521 BC Darius the Great, his brother-in-law and grandson of Arsames, ruled 521 BC521 -486 BC/.
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 Banks/Dean Genealogy - Person Page 224
Defeated by the Greeks at the Battle of Salamis BC 480 at Straits of Salamis, Greece.
He was the founder of the Seleucid Dynasty, ruling in Asia from 312 to 65 BC.
He died He was poisoned by his 1st wife, Laodice BC 246.
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 Eclipse Quotations - Part I
Don't any of you be surprised in future if land beasts change places with dolphins and go to live in their salty pastures, and get to like the sounding waves of the sea more than the land, while the dolphins prefer the mountains.
Extract from a speech made in 597 BC, in support of a general who had recently suffered defeat, and was in danger of execution.
Said to refer to a lunar eclipse of 425 BC, and an annular solar eclipse of 424 BC.
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 421 BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Centuries: 6th century BC - 5th century BC - 4th century BC
Decades: 470s BC 460s BC 450s BC 440s BC 430s BC - 420s BC - 410s BC 400s BC 390s BC 380s BC 370s BC
Years: 426 BC 425 BC 424 BC 423 BC 422 BC - 421 BC - 420 BC 419 BC 418 BC 417 BC 416 BC
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 The Hutchinson Dictionary of World History: Cyrus the Younger (c. 424-401 BC)@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Second son of Darius II, King of Persia, he attempted to seize the throne from his brother Artaxerxes II 401 BC and was killed.
Cyrus was given special command over the satrapies (provinces) of Asia Minor 408 BC and assisted the Spartan general Lysander against Athens in the Peloponnesian War.
He rebelled against his elder brother Artaxerxes II, who became king of Persia 404 BC.
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 5th century BC Details, Meaning 5th century BC Article and Explanation Guide
Aeschylus of Athens, playwright (525 - 456 BC).
Sophocles of Athens, playwright (496 - 406 BC).
Socrates of Athens, philosopher (470 - 399 BC).
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 Babylonian Exile - history - Dr. Rollinson's Courses and Resources
Mandana, the daughter of Astyages married Cambyses I of Persia, became the mother of Cyrus II 559-530 BC Cyrus II, son of Cambyses I and Mandana, daughter of Astyages
546 BC - Cyrus conquers Croesus and the Lydians
461 BC - Pericles supplants Cimon in Athens, rivalry with Sparta increases
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 1.4.1 The Achaemenid Empire
The Persian Empire struck coins with Lydian types until 510, when the "archer" type  characterizing Achaemenid coinage was introduced.
Over nearly two centuries their archaic types hardly changed and, as they bear no legends, attribution by reign can sometimes be difficult.
After Alexander conquered the Persian Empire in 330 bc, Persians used Greek coins - first Alexander's imperial coinage, then the royal Seleukid coinage that succeeded it.
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 Andromache E-book by Euripides
Euripides (~480-406 BC) - Ranked with Aeschylus and Sophocles as one of the greatest Greek dramatists, he enjoyed the least success of the three.
Known even by the ancients as "the philosopher of the stage," he is admired today for his belief in the individual and his keen insight into the human psyche.
Andromache (430-424 BC) - Tells of the trials of Hector's widow Andromache, after she has been carried off by Neoptolemus.
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 Ancient Athenians   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
448 BC - 380 BC) was a Hellenic Greece comic poet.
The place and even the exact date of his birth are unknown, but he was probably educated in Athens.
This play was later illustrated at length by Pablo Picasso.
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 Great Battles of History: Vae Victis 13 Translation
Delium unfolded during the Archidamian War (431-421 BC), which was the first phase of the Peloponnesian War between Sparta and Athens for the conquest of the hegemony of the Greek world.
In 424 BC, under the impetus of Cleon, the Athenians nevertheless launched a land offensive against Boeotia, allied to Sparta.
Threatened in her traditional sphere of influence by the initiatives of Argos, the Spartans invaded the territory of Mantinea.
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 Learn more about 5th century BC in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Learn more about 5th century BC in the online encyclopedia.
5th century BC 6th century BC - 5th century BC - 4th century BC - other centuries)
(2nd millennium BC - 1st millennium BC - 1st millennium AD)
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 Xerxes II Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Xerxes II was the son and successor of Artaxerxes I. After a reign of forty-five days, he was assassinated in 424 BC by his brother Sogdianus, who in turn was murdered by Darius II.
He is an obscure historical figure known primarily from the writings of Ctesias.
The last inscription mentioning Artaxerxes I being alive can be dated to December 24, 424 BC.
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 Kingdoms of Persia - Persia
The Persians were a grouping of Indo-Europeans who settled near to ancient Elam.
Their capital until 559 BC was Pasargadae, before increasing power saw them move it to Susa.
By 130 BC they conquer all of Persia, and in 126 BC they take Babylonia.
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 wikien.info: Main_Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This type of locomotive, often called a Jervis type, was common on American railroads..
Years: 416 417 418 419 - 420 - 421 422 423 424 Decades: 390s 400s 410s - 420s - 430s 440s 450s Centuries: 4th century - 5th century - 6th century Events End of the Jin Dynasty in China.
The 420 is a monohull planing dinghy with centerboard, bermuda rig and center sheeting, designed for a crew of two.
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 419 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
419 BC Centuries: 6th century BC - 5th century BC - 4th century BC
Decades: 460s BC 450s BC 440s BC 430s BC 420s BC - 410s BC - 400s BC 390s BC 380s BC 370s BC 360s BC
Years: 424 BC 423 BC 422 BC 421 BC 420 BC - 419 BC - 418 BC 417 BC 416 BC 415 BC 414 BC
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 Paeonius on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It is so much farther advanced in style and execution than the pediment sculptures for the temple of Zeus, Olympia, that modern authorities doubt the statement of Pausanias attributing those of the eastern end of the pediment to this sculptor.
The Nike was dedicated by the Messenians and Naupactians, probably to commemorate the siege of Sphacteria in 424 BC Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, Copyright (c) 2005.
Publication: The Atlanta Journal and Constitution; Author: Staff ; Source: NEWSPAPERS
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 Page Two - (53) Chronological chart of the history of Bharatvarsh since its origination.
Sureshwaracharya 490-477 BC Brahm Swaroop 477-448 BC (Agent of Sureshwaracharya)
In his last few years Adi Shankaracharya lived in Kanchi Kamkoti.
When he left this earth planet in 477 BC, Sureshwaracharya became the first acharya of the Peeth.
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 425 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
425 BC Centuries: 6th century BC - 5th century BC - 4th century BC
Years: 430 BC 429 BC 428 BC 427 BC 426 BC - 425 BC - 424 BC 423 BC 422 BC 421 BC 420 BC
Battle of Pylos - Athenians under Demosthenes again defeat the Spartans, this time capturing a Spartan fleet and leaving a Spartan contingent isolated on the island of Sphacteria
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