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Topic: 428 BCE

  Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: New Additions
Aristophanes: The Acharnians 425 BCE [At Eserver, formerly ERIS][added 1/27/99]
430 BCE - 300 CE [At this Site][added 8/15/98]
Appian: The Funeral of Julius Caesar, 44 BCE [At this Site][added 7/2/98]
www.fordham.edu /halsall/ancient/asbooknew.html   (2734 words)

  Rel 101: Understanding the Bible: Significant Dates   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
445 BCE Nehemiah, cupbearer to Artaxerxes the Persian emperor, is appointed governor of Judah.
428 BCE (possibly 458 or even 398) The Persians appoint Ezra "scribe of the law of the god of heaven" (Ezra 7:12) to assist in the Jewish restoration.
336 BCE Philip is assassinated and Alexander inherits the empire.
www.westminster.edu /staff/brennie/dates.htm   (657 words)

 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   (2710 words)

 Anaxagoras (c. 500-428 BCE) [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Anaxagoras was born in Ionia in the town of Clazomenae, a lively port city on the coast of present-day Turkey.
A key advantage of Anaxagoras’ belief that the heavenly bodies were simply stone masses was that it enabled him to provide an account of meteorites as bodies that occasionally become dislodged from the cosmic vortex and plummet to earth.
Plutarch attests that Anaxagoras was credited with predicting the fall of a meteorite in 467 BCE, but it is unclear from the historical attestations whether Anaxagoras’ theory predated or was prompted by the event.
www.utm.edu /research/iep/a/anaxagor.htm   (4570 words)

 Lesbos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lesbos was a great center of civilization in the 6th century BCE, and was included among the Aeolian Greek settlements; it was home to the poets Sappho and Alcaeus.
In 428 BCE, Lesbos rose up against the Athenian Empire.
However, this revolt was unsuccessful and Lesbos remained in Athenian hands until Lysander of Sparta conquered the island in 405 BCE.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lesbos   (496 words)

Veii was the greatest centre for the fabrication of terra-cotta sculptures in Etruria in the 6th century BCE.
Nearby are the remains of the Temple of Portonaccio, home of the terra-cotta statue of the "Apollo of Veii" by Vulca and also a temple shrine dedicated to the neighbouring Cremera River.
In the 480's BCE, the Fabian Gens was one of the most powerful familial groups in Rome.
www.mysteriousetruscans.com /veii.html   (1000 words)

 Greece from Peloponnesian Wars to Macedonia: Shaw's Outline of Ancient History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Agesilaus in Asia; Lysander in the Hellespont (396-395 BCE) Xen.
Battle of Naxos 376 BCE- Chabrias the Athenian attacked the Naxians and the Spartans came to their assistance; Theban expedition and victory against Orchomenus 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.
www.juyayay.com /outline/greece/politics02.html   (1041 words)

 History of Philosophy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
(570-470 BCE); poet; He created two subfields of philosophy: rational theology and epistemology: "But if oxen and horses and lions had hands and could draw as man does, horses would draw the gods shaped like horses and oxen like oxen, each making the bodies of the gods like their own." (Frag.
(500-428 BCE); about 450 BCE he was brought to trial on a charge of impiety -- he had denied the divinity of the sun -- and was exiled; there are an indefinitely large number of ultimate kinds of matter -- not four -- and each is like the Eleatic One
BCE) an Ionian Greek, born about ten years after Socrates, and lived perhaps 30-40 years longer than Socrates, who died in 399 BCE; he is said to have written two books, of which only a single sentence survives; he was the teacher of
www.uno.edu /~rstuffle/pages/courses/phil101/notes/101_history.html   (984 words)

 CONTENTS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This course is study of the history, archaeology, and literature of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Syro-Palestine and related cultures of southwest Asia and the eastern Mediterranean from the beginnings of agriculture in the Neolithic period (eighth millennium BCE) to the end of the Achaemenid Persian Empire in the fourth century BCE.
Students will submit a seven to nine page essay on the topic in which the findings of the special study are discussed along with an annotated bibliography of the works that they have read in conjunction with their special study.
Considering these issues write an essay in which you consider the problems of constructing a history of the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel from the textual material found in the Hebrew Scriptures.
www.sonoma.edu /people/poe/hist303   (1620 words)

 Lecture on Axial Age 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Some of these figures may not be classified as strictly religious and, therefore, Jaspers' idea of Axial Age primarily denotes the simultaneous founding and breakthrough in these classical civilizations.
is a collection of teachings of Hindu sages from 1000 BCE to 600 BCE which came as a conclusion to Vedas, the ancient Hindu scriptures.
Mo Tze (also known as Mo-Ti, 470-391 BCE?) preached the concept of universal love in contrast to the Confucian hierarchy of social rites and filial piety.
www.unipeak.com /gethtml.php?_u_r_l_=aHR0cDovL2NsYXNzZXMuc2VhdHRsZXUuZWR1L3JlbGlnaW91c19zdHVkaWVzL3Ryc3QyNjcvQ2hhbi9HZW5lcmFsJTIwQ291cnNlJTIwRm9sZGVyL0xlY3R1cmVzL0F4aWFsJTIwQWdlMS5odG1s   (460 words)

 Archived Biography - Plato   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Plato was born around 427 BCE into a most influential family and, as he grew into manhood, he became deeply involved in the study of poetry.
In 367 BCE Dionysius I of Syracuse expired and was succeeded by his thirty year old son who was installed as Dionysius II.
Plato died around 347 BCE and was buried on the grounds of the Academy.
shadow-raven.home.att.net /Quotes/Bios/Plato.htm   (985 words)

 Materialism Bibliography
Heraclitus (540 BCE - ??) was not a member of the intellectual tradition of Thales.
Empedocles (492 BCE - ??) posited that the cosmos is comprised of four basic elements — Earth, Air, Water, Fire — and governed by two motive forces, Love and Strife.
Anaxagoras (500 - 428 BCE) relied on material arguments when it found it possible, but in questions he was unable to answer, he explained them by reference to the mind and spirit.
plaza.ufl.edu /jwweaver/Bibliography/Materialism.html   (3417 words)

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Anaxagoras 500-428 Gorgias 483-376 Socrates 470-399 Democritus 460-370 Hippocrates 460-377 Plato 428-347 Aristotle 384-322 BCE Plotinus 205-270 CE 2.
528 BCE) believed that it couldn't be just one or any of the basic elements because he felt that each of them was destroyed by its opposite (cold would be destroyed by hot, dry by wet, and so on).
Summary In this lecture you were introduced to the historical, social, and philosophical background of Athens from the 8th to 4th centuries BCE.
www.beguine.org /profhood/302/lecture1.doc   (2234 words)

Clodius attacks the houses of Marcus Cicero and his brother Quintus on the Palatine, 56 BCE.
H. Clodius attacks house of Milo, 56 BCE.
Persecution of the Pagans: nocturnal rites banned, beginning with the sacrifices to Diana held on this night, 353 BCE.
www.religioromana.net /calendar/calendar-november.htm   (868 words)

 536-350 BCE - Jews Return from Exile   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Nehemiah, the appointed governor of Judah (440 BCE), is mainly responsible for rebuilding the city.
Once Judah and Jerusalem are better fortified, Ezra the Scribe (about 428 BCE) can proceed with spiritual reform to reestablish the Rule of the Law.
The Temple is finished and purified, mixed marriages dissolved and the class of scribes (experts in Mosaic Law) is given equal status with the nobility and priesthood.
www.jerusalem-archives.org /period1/1-11.html   (708 words)

 bible.org: The Book of Ezra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This argument is based largely on the unfounded supposition that there is a textual corruption in Ezra 7:8 where it is alleged that the “seventh” year should be amended to the “thirty-seventh” year.
The Persian empire was growing in strength until 539 BCE, when Cyrus II, the Persian king, overran Babylon with relative ease, establishing Persia as the new super-power of the Near East.
The first return of the Jews, then, came in 538/537 BCE when Zerubbabel and several thousand Jews went up to the city of God to establish the altar and resume sacrifices (Ezra 1-6).
www.bible.org /page.asp?page_id=900   (1675 words)

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In the fifth year of the Peloponnesian war (427 BCE), Athens' ally Corcyra fell victim to internal strife, a vicious struggle between the commons, allies of Athens, and the oligarchs, who were eager to enlist the support of the Spartans.
Some of the data we receive may be flawed, Thucydides says, but by evaluating and analyzing the data, the truth can be found.
Anaxagoras says that "The sun, the moon and all the stars are red-hot stones which the rotation of the aither carries round with it." (Anaxagoras).
www.cs.tufts.edu /~bzarit/thucydides.html   (1122 words)

 WowEssays.com - Women In The Hellenistic World
He goes on to say to the Thebans: “I would not choose to live with the female sex either in bad times nor during a welcome peace… The outside is a man’s concern – a woman should not consider it; she should stay inside and not cause damage.
But though her father, husband, brothers, and children were tyrants, her mind was never carried away into arrogance.” (Lefkowitz and Fant, 16) This inscription from the 5th century BCE shows how some women were remembered for good deeds done – and not just their duties as homemakers.
Gorgo, a housewife who visits her friend Praxinoa on the day of the festival of Adonis in Alexandria in the 3rd century BCE makes small talk before going to the ‘house of the king, rich Ptolemy’.
www.wowessays.com /dbase/ad1/aym259.shtml   (2617 words)

 Lesbos - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Lesbos was the center of civilization in the 6th century BCE; as it was home to the poets Sappho and Alcaeus.
In 428 BCE, Lesbos joined the Delian League in an unsuccessful revolt against Athens.
Aristotle and Epicurus lived here once as well.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /lesbos.htm   (352 words)

 Malaspina Great Books - Plato (428 BCE)
It might appear strange that, while acknowledging the political ineptness of one "returning from divine contemplations," Plato has all the while been describing the ideal state, ruled by philosopher-kings, a qualification of which is that they are in regular intercourse with the Form of the Good.
Plato (Platon, "the broad shouldered") was born at Athens in 428 or 427 B.C. He came of an aristocratic and wealthy family, although some writers represented him as having felt the stress of poverty.
Socrates - the real Socrates - was tried and convicted by an Athenian jury on charges of "impiety" and the "corruption of youth" in 399 BCE, about five years after the end of the war we've been reading about in Thucydides.
www.malaspina.org /home.asp?topic=./search/details&lastpage=./search/results&ID=19   (13252 words)

 Timeline - Jewish History I: Antiquity to the Sixteenth Century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
587 BCE (before the Common Era) – the Jerusalem Temple is destroyed and the Babylonian Exile begins.
516 BCE – the Jerusalem Temple is rebuilt.
334-333 BCE Conquest of Alexander the Great and the end of the Persian Period and the beginning of the Hellenistic period (culturally lasting till almost the seventh century CE, but politically was much shorter – Roman rule from the first century BCE).
mteter.web.wesleyan.edu /wescourses/2003f/hist247/01/timeline.html   (214 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
MGT 428 focuses on management control, which may be defined as the set of policies, tools and procedures that an organization employs to help ensure that the organization achieves its preset goals and objectives.
Since “an organization” does not in and of itself accomplish things, management control under this definition involves the motivation, evaluation and rewarding of individuals constituting the organization so that they behave in ways consistent with organizational goals.
So, MGT 428 is a highly integrative course, drawing upon a wide range of management and allied disciplines.
www.utoronto.ca /mgtcourses/mgt428/ol/428-20039-5101.doc   (3115 words)

 Plato's Apology
As the seventy-year-old Socrates presents his defense, he brings to our attention a wealth of philosophic concerns: what the good life is--and whether "the unexamined life is not worth living"--the nature of political power, the basis of religious conviction, questions about death and dying, whether truth exists, and a method of philosophic argument and dialogue.
The body of work Plato left includes the early dialogues in which Socrates is portrayed using a question-and-answer method in his attempt to arrive at true understanding, not just opinion, of virtue or elements of virtue, such as piety in Euthyphro, temperance in Charmides, courage in Laches, and virtue in Meno.
A great mythical Greek hero, said to have invented part of the alphabet, he was falsely betrayed by Odysseus and stoned to death; leader of some of the forces at the siege of Troy, he competed with Odysseus for the armor of Achilles, but lost and later killed himself
www.csuchico.edu /phil/papers/apology.html   (10280 words)

 lesbos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
428 BC - Centuries: 6th century BC - 5th century BC - 4th century BC Decades: 470s BC 460s BC 450s BC 440s BC 43...
Petra (disambiguation) - The word Petra has several meanings, including: Petra, a great archeological site in Jordan Petra, a town in the island...
Alcaeus (poet) - Alcaeus (Alkaios), (ca 620 BCE - 6th century BCE), Greek lyric poet was an older contemporary of Sappho, with whom he exchanged...
www.serebella.com /search/topic-lesbos.html   (364 words)

 ancientsyllbs.htm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Capitulation of Athens to Sparta and establishment of Thirty Tyrants (404 BCE)
Cypselus, tyrant of Corinth (657 - 625 BCE)
Defeat of Croesus of Lydia and Greeks in Asia Minor by Cyrus of Persia (546 BCE)
homepages.transy.edu /~philosophy/ancientsyllbs.htm   (2912 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
MGT 428 Fall 2003 Reading Package to be purchased from the duplicating center at South Building (Level 1, next to the Bookstore).
In addition, students are encouraged to visit the BCE website and to search the Canadian news media database at the UTM Library to gain further knowledge about BCE’s decision to purchase CTV.
The first assignment is due Oct. 2, 2003 at the beginning of the class.
www.utoronto.ca /mgtcourses/mgt428/ol/428-20039-0101.doc   (3143 words)

 Astrologer Richard Nolle's Pluto Sign Ingress Tables
All time and zodiacal position data are computer generated for Pluto’s sign ingresses in geocentric ecliptic longitude (tropical zodiac) using Matrix's BLUE*STAR software, with nominal precision to the nearest minute of arc.
NOTE: BLUE*STAR uses 0 (zero) for 1 BCE, and negative numbers for each year prior to that.
With its mean (tropical) orbital period of approximately 245 years, Pluto spends an average of just over 20 years in each sign.
www.astropro.com /features/tables/geo/pl-si/pl-si.html   (307 words)

 Ethical Atheist - Flat Earth eBook - CHAPTER 2
Examples include: Sumerian civilization (5000 BCE); Babylonian civilization (4500-500 BCE); Abraham (2100 BCE); Thales of Miletus (640-545 BCE); Anaximander of Miletus (611-547 BCE); Anaximenes of Miletus (525 BCE); Anaxagoras of Klazomenae (497-428 BCE); and Leukippos of Abdera (450-420 BCE).
During these times, a widespread acceptance of flat earth thinking does not appear to be in dispute.
Examples include: Lucretius (99-55 BCE); the Bible; Lactantius (245-325 CE); St.
www.ethicalatheist.com /docs/flat_earth_myth_ch2.html   (816 words)

 Internet Ancient History Sourcebook: Ancient Legal Texts
Polybius (c.200-after 185 BCE): Rome at the End of the Punic Wars [History, Book 6] [At this Site] (Public Domain unlike next selection, which is a more recent version.)
Cicero (105-43 BCE): Selections from Letters on the Rise of Augustus [At Saskatchewan]
Horace (65-8 BCE): Secular hymn, and Vergil (70-19 BCE): Aeneid, VI.ii.789-800, 847-853.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/ancient/asbook-law.html   (1373 words)

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