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  Oenomaus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bibliography of reconstruction: Pindar, Olympian Ode, I (476 BCE); Sophocles, (1) Electra, 504 (430 - 415 BCE) and (2) Oenomaus, Fr.
433 (408 BCE); Euripides, Orestes, 1024-1062 (408 BCE); Apollodorus, Epitomes 2, 1-9 (140 BCE); Diodorus Siculus, Histories, 4.73 (1st c.
BCE); Hyginus, Fables, 84: Oinomaus; Poetic Astronomy, ii (1st c.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Oenomaus   (321 words)

 Historical Vocabulary Part 1
In 276 BCE a grandson of one of Alexander's generals, Antigonus Gonatus, established a new dynasty in Macedonia known as the Antigonid Dynasty.
The Seleucid dynasty was the largest of the Hellenistic dynasties, and occupied most of the territory formerly controlled by the Persian empire, however, the size of this monarchy eventually lead to trouble, as the Seleucids had some difficulty in controlling it's eastern boundaries.
Ptolemy became king in 305 BCE and established the Ptolemaic dynasty of pharaohs.
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In 40 BCE Octavian Caesar] convened the (Roman) Senate.
After this [in 37 BCE] the Galileans rebelled against those in power in their territory and drowned those who minded Herod in the Lake [= Sea of Galilee].
Then [about 20 BCE] (Herod) also excused those in his kingdom from a third of their taxes---allegedly to recover from the crop-failure, but also to regain those who harbored resentment.
virtualreligion.net /iho/herod.html   (1478 words)

 13. Nibiru or Planet X p1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
In the period between 49,000 BCE and 30,400 BCE (the rule of King Ubara-Tutu, who ruled for 18,600 years until the Flood) the intervals stayed constant to 3,000 years except for the last orbit who lasted again as in the past for 3,600 years.
During the period between 30,378 BCE and 1,578 BCE the Gods stayed on Earth and instructed their creations (Men) to be aware of the "older" creations of the Gods of which a lot had survived the Flood.
With an interval of 1 orbit : 91,600 BCE, 88,000 BCE, 84,400 BCE, 80,800 BCE, 77,200 BCE, 73,600 BCE, 70,000 BCE, 66,400 BCE, 62,800 BCE, 59,200 BCE, 55,600 BCE, 52,000 BCE, 48,400 BCE, 44,800 BCE, 41,200 BCE, 37,600 BCE, 34,000 BCE,30,400 BCE.
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 Global Networking Timeline: 30,000 BCE-999 CE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
3500 BCE - [M] A 10,000 km strong network of long-distance trade routes spans the seas (a total of 1,000 km) and lands (a total of 9,000 km) of Eurasia and Africa (reanalysis of Sherratt 2003 data in Ciolek, forthcoming).
A second network (in addition to that established circa 4000 BCE in Mesopotamia), centered on north-eastern China, was established (Sherratt 2003).
Distant signalling stations would use torches to indicate the beginning and end of the transmission, as well as which of the many possible water levels was to be noted down and interpreted according to a given codebook (James and Thorpe 1994, cited in Chang et al.
www.ciolek.com /PAPERS/GLOBAL/early.html   (2873 words)

 Dead Sea Scrolls -- Timeline
That is the sack of Thebes in 664 or 671 BCE.
BCE (Before the Common Era) is equivalent to, but used here in preference to, BC (Before Christ).
Dendrochronological dating of timbers from an Aegean shipwreck containing a gold scarab of Queen Nefertiti seem to show that she was queen by about 1316 BCE, or at least no later than a date between 1316 and the year the ship sank.
home.flash.net /~hoselton/deadsea/timeline.htm   (10345 words)

 Parthenon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
As well as being a temple, the Parthenon was used as a treasury, and from 454 BCE was the location of the treasury of the Delian League, which later became the Athenian Empire.
Construction began in 447 BCE and the building was substantially completed by 438 BCE, but work on the decorations continued until at least 433 BCE.
In 454 BCE, the Delian League's treasury was moved from the Panhellenic sanctuary at Delos to the the Acropolis.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/P/Parthenon.htm   (1856 words)

Junius Brutus (consul in 509 BCE) walking left between two lictors carrying fasces and preceeded by an accensus, BRVTVS in exergue.
One widely-held opinion, typified by Michael Crawford's Roman Republican Coinage, is that the coin was issued in 54 BCE and that the depiction of Brutus's tyrannicide ancestor a statement of opposition to the ambitions of Gnaeus Pompey Magnus.
While the "EID MAR" denarius that Brutus issued in 42 BCE (there is controversy about in which months it was issued) to celebrate Caesar's assassination on the Ides of March can fetch a price equal to that of a modest home, this issue, and its companion featuring C.
hobbyblog.blogspot.com /2004_03_21_hobbyblog_archive.html   (811 words)

 New York Qin Society
The tuning keys of ancient qins are useful in tracing the geographical distribution of the instrument and determining its cultural roots.
Bo noted that the three earliest extant qin-zitheis (of 433, second to third century, and circa 150 BCE) are similar to one another, but they grow longer over time, approaching the length of the classical qin, and their necks, becoming less distinguishable from the body, increasingly resemble the unified structure of the classical qin.
Although the qin was originally a northern instrument, ironically, the three earliest extant examples survived in the south, preserved by soil and water conditions.
newyorkqin.org /journal/volume2/volume2no4p2.html   (1303 words)

 Shadow Puppetry Traditions in China
Centuries BCE) slaves and animals were buried with their dead masters to serve them in death.
Kuileixi is the name given to the practice of using puppets in funeral ceremonies and later at feasts and festivals toward the end of the Han Dynasty.
The Marquis Yi of the state of Zeng, who died in 433 BCE, was buried with sixty-five bronze bells, which gave two different tones each.
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 reflection one: radical inclusivity
From the time of the return of the Exiles (539 BCE), the three-fold task, of rebuilding the temple, the religion and the people, was fraught with frustration and division.
Later, under the leadership of Nehemiah (445-433 BCE) and Ezra (from 439 BCE), the purity codes for race and religion were developed, upheld and enforced.
Men rejected their foreign wives and minority groups, such as eunuchs, were excluded from temple worship as rejected people.
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 Introduction to the Bases of Colour Vision
In the fifth century BCE, Empedocles (493-433 BCE) wrote that the eye functioned like a lantern, that light from the eye shining outwards would interact with the "outer rays" and thereby allow objects to be seen.
Aristotle (384-322 BCE), Plato's devoted pupil, propagated a different notion of colour vision.
He thought that colour was based on the interaction of stimulus brightness and ambient light level.
www.psych.ucalgary.ca /PACE/VA-Lab/Brian/history.htm   (884 words)

 FROM SHESHBAZZAR & ZERUBBABEL 539 B   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
A second return of 1800 Jews happened in 458 BCE under the Persian emperor, Artaxerxes, lead by Ezra the Scribe (described as the second Moses) who was later joined by Nehemiah in 445 BCE who became the governor of Jerusalem.
In 400 BCE they again fled, this time to Ethiopia, where they intermarried with the locals to become the Falashas.
For the remaining 100 years of Persian rule, Judah continued to be ruled by a high priest from the family of Zadok and a civil head chosen by the Persian king.
www.chiswick.demon.co.uk /Ezra2.htm   (4621 words)

 Geometry in Art & Architecture Unit 6
Profile: Plato (c.427-347 B.C.E.) was born to an aristocratic family in Athens.
In 387 BCE Plato founded an Academy in Athens, often described as the first university.
355 BCE, the Timaeus describes a conversation between Socrates, Plato's teacher, Critias, Plato's great grandfather, Hermocrates, a Sicilian statesman and soldier, and Timaeus, Pythagorean, philosopher, scientist, general, contemporary of Plato, and the inventor of the pulley.
www.dartmouth.edu /~matc/math5.geometry/unit6/unit6.html   (2407 words)

 history chronology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
This page is here to help history students see history in an organized pattern.
2900 BCE ------------------------- Crete is settled by emigrants from Caytal Huyuk (A.Minor)
1200 BCE ------------------------ Dorians invade Greece and settle in the Peloponnesus
www.edzone.net /~sjudd/history.chronology.htm   (1098 words)

 The Crimea   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Justinian was warned of the plan by his wife, Busir's sister, and fled Tmutarakan, but not before killing Papatzys and his Tmutarakanian counterpart Balgitzin.
Later it appears to have become aristocratic, and most of the power was concentrated in the hands of the first archon or "Proteuon", who in time was superseded by the strategus sent out from Byzantium.
Its most interesting political document is the form of oath sworn by all the citizens in the 3rd century BCE.
www.hostkingdom.net /crimea.html   (1518 words)

 Chronology of Prehistory
Homo erectus erectus is unique among primates in having a high proportion of meat relative to plant foods in his diet, but like other primates he is omnivorous, a scavenger who competes with hyenas and other scavengers while eluding leopards (see 1959).
Alorus became king; he ruled for 162,000 years; from 433,517 to 271,517 BCE as reckoned by L. Gerts.
Neanderthal man or Neandertal man, type of early human, existing 125,000-35,000 years ago and generally considered a subspecies of Homo sapiens (see human evolution), whose fossil remains were first found (1856) in Neanderthal, W Germany.
www.b17.com /family/lwp/chronology/prehistory.html   (4210 words)

 Raia Images Index
Ara Pacis: fragment of Altar cornice 13-9 BCE
Decorated with bucrania and laurel branches, it may have housed the lustral water basin that stood before the Temple of Apollo, used by Catiline to wash the blood of a political rival from his hands.
>From the architrave of the cella of the Temple of Apollo Sosianus (formerly the Temple of Apollo Medicus, 433 BCE), built by C. Sosius.
www.vroma.org /images/raia_images   (1544 words)

It is apparent that Socrates (who also wrote nothing) and Plato (c.429-347 BCE) were both Pythagoreans, and, according to Diogenes, Plato bought copies of Philolaus' books for 100 minas (about 100 pounds of silver) as soon as they were available.
A Neopythagorean revival began in the first century BCE and continued until it developed into Neoplatonism in the third century CE.
Closely connected is the idea of the opposed qualities (hot/cold, moist/dry) that give the elements their character, which was an outgrowth of Pythagorean speculation.
members.tripod.com /sunsup_bobbi/id72.htm   (5471 words)

 Introduction to the Pythagorean Tarot
Pythogoras, who was born in Samos (an island of the coast of Asia Minor) and lived in the sixth century BCE, is the fountainhead of most later Greek philosophy, both esoteric and exoteric.
Although it is difficult to separate fact from legend, we may say that he believed in metempsychosis (reincarnation) and that numbers are the foundation of the universe.
It appears in Mesopotamia as early as 3000 BCE and on Greek shields and coins by the fifth century BCE.
www.cs.utk.edu /~mclennan/BA/PT/Intro.html   (6259 words)

 Internet History of Science Sourcebook
Aristotle (384-323 BCE): The Four Causes, [At WSU]
The first five parts of Book II in particular discuss elements, and the system of four elements that predates Aristotle.
Written by a Greek resident of Alexandria in Egypt during the first century BCE, this text is one of the oldest surviving accounts of the countries on Africa's east coast.
www.fordham.edu /halsall/science/sciencesbook.html   (2786 words)

 Lunar Eclipses: -2399 to -2300
The terms BCE and CE are abbreviations for "Before Common Era" and "Common Era," respectively.
Historians should note the numerical difference of one year between astronomical dates and BCE dates.
Thus, the year 0 corresponds to 1 BCE, and the year -100 corresponds to 101 BCE, etc..
sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov /eclipse/LEcat/LE-2399--2300.html   (1327 words)

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The archaeological evidence shows, however, that all these cities in the territory of Benjamin were laid waste in approximatedly 480 BCE.
This date is virtually certain, and is based on the date of the the Attic pottery uncovered in the excavations of Mizpah, Bethel, Tell el-Ful and Gibeon." Then on p.
BCE, while the Lapps assigned a different number to this phase and concluded that it ended towards the end of the 6th cen.
oi.uchicago.edu /OI/ANE/ANE-DIGEST/2001/v2001.n164   (796 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   (2613 words)

 CMUNCE 2005 -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
During the rebellion (499 BCE) the Athenians sacked the Lydian capital, Sardis, burning it to the ground.
As you read and research the history of the events leading up to the tense moment in 432 BCE when we are taking on our roles of the court of Sparta, think about the flexibility and negotiability of Kagan's League and compare it with the somewhat stricter, more legalistic League of De Ste.
By the mid 5th century BCE, the Athenians had begun to limit their marine contingent onboard to ten foot soldiers and four archers, relying primarily on ramming as opposed to boarding.
www.cmunce.org /committees.php?page=sparta   (7207 words)

 New York Qin Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
He settled in New York as a Professor of Physics at Hunter College (CUNY) where he is also active as a composer with compositions played on four continents.
Another interest began two decades ago with the study of Music Archaeology and Acoustics, fields that focus on musical artifacts and theories during a long period (3000 BCE to 1500 CE) across a vast region (the Mediterranean to China).
When the string instruments from the tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng (433 BC) were first exhibited outside China in 2000, he wrote the first analysis of them (qin, se, and zhu) in a Western language (see Music in the Age of Confucius, ed.
www.newyorkqin.org /memberE.html   (1844 words)

 The Authenticity of the Old Testament by Harding, Refuted
The date assigned for Jeremiah's composition of the books is 600 BCE And yet a considerable portion of the work is devoted to a presentation of the forty years of Jewish history subsequent to this date.
Cyrus conquered Babylon BCE 538, and released the Jews from captivity and permitted them to return and rebuild Jerusalem and the temple BCE 536, nearly two centuries after the time of Isaiah.
The first verse of Zephaniah declares that the book was written "in the days of Josiah," in the seventh century BCE; the last verse shows that it was written in the days of Cyrus, in the sixth century B c.
www.tektonics.org /gk/hardingk02.html   (13389 words)

 Purim 4
Made interference with the rebuilding of the Temple a capital offense [Ezra 6:12], 52O BCE.
The Temple at Jerusalem was finished and dedicated in the 6th year of Darius, 516 BCE; in the 2nd year of Darius [Cf.
Succeeded Darius to the throne upon Darius' death in 486 BCE.
www.haydid.org /purim4.htm   (3678 words)

 Body   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Phanias was a pupil of Aristotle who wrote historical treatises on tyrants in the late fourth century BCE.
There is no other record of a tyranny at Heraclea, but the events described here must be subsequent to 433, when the city was founded.
In Heraclea in Italy there was a beautiful boy called Hipparinus, who came from a very good family.
www.utexas.edu /courses/cc348hubbard/ch02/text_selections/2.3.html   (305 words)

 Today In Alternate History: December 2004
She is following the sun as it sets to see if that will give her a clue to how it climbs back up into the sky in the morning.
in 47,402 BCE, Telka the Speaker became a great-grandmother as her grandson had his first child, a daughter that Telka named Swikolay.
She turned to the young son she had brought with her and told him that they would find a taller one and try again.
althistory.blogspot.com /2004_12_01_althistory_archive.html   (15149 words)

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