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 Delphi -- History and Mythology
447 BC: the Second Sacred War: the Amphictyony successfully fought the Phocians to restore the independence of Delphi, which had been taken over by the Phocians.
During the course of the 8th and 7th centuries BC, the sanctuary grew in prestige as it received splendid dedications from legendary kings such as Gyges and Midas.
Its political role expanded in the 7th century BC, when it became the seat of the Amphictyony, and individual cities began to build along the Sacred Way leading up to the temple - treasuries in which the cities' dedications to Apollo were guarded, and monuments commemorating the cities' successes.
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 Thebes - Phantis
No details of the earlier history of Thebes have been preserved, except that it was governed by a land-holding aristocracy who safeguarded their integrity by rigid statutes about the ownership of property and its transmission.
In the late 6th century BC the Thebans were brought for the first time into hostile contact with the Athenians, who helped the small village of Plataea to maintain its independence against them, and in 506 repelled an inroad into Attica.
The victorious Greeks subsequently punished Thebes by depriving it of the presidency of the Boeotian League, and an attempt by the Spartans to expel it from the Delphic amphictyony was only frustrated by the intercession of Athens.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for 447
Fortified settlements have existed in the area from remote antiquity; the earliest date from the Chalcolithic Period (4000–3000).
Parthenon Temple to the goddess Athena erected (447–432 bc) by Pericles on the Acropolis in Athens.
Delian League A voluntary alliance formed by the Greek city-states in 478–447 BC to seek revenge for losses suffered during the GREEK-PERSIAN WARS.
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 Delian League information - Search.com
Delian League (Athenian Empire), at its height in 450 B.C. The Delian League was an association of Greek city-states in the 5th century BC.
The Delian League was inaugurated in 477 BC as an offensive and defensive alliance against Persia.
The Battle of Coronea, in 447 BC, led to the abandonment of Boeotia.
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464 BC - The consuls are A. Postumius Albus Regillensis and Sp.
284 BC - The Gallic raiders are forcibly ejected from the ager Gallicus by the Romans.
170 BC - The consuls are A. Atilius Serranus and A. Hostilius Mancinus.
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 Wikipedia: Parthenon
As well as being a temple, the Parthenon was used as a treasury, and was the location of the treasury of the Delian League, which later became the Athenian Empire.
The Parthenon was built at the initiative of Pericles, the leading Athenian politician of the 5th century BC.
Construction began in 447 BC and the building was substantially completed by 438 BC, but work on the decorations continued until at least 433 BC.
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 Acropolis - MSN Encarta
At the beginning of the 6th century bc, the first stone temple of Athena, the patron goddess of the city, was built.
It was Pericles, the leading figure in Athenian politics of the 5th century bc, who took the decision to rebuild the Acropolis on a monumental scale.
Its construction was begun in 447 bc and completed in 438 bc, while the addition of its decorative features was completed by 432 bc.
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 History of Ancient Athens - Periklean Age
A small Athenian army, which landed at Halieis (459-458 BC), on the Akte, was defeated by the Corinthians, but in a naval battle, between Athens and Corinth, that took place near the little island Cekryphalea, in the Saronic gulf lying between Aegina and the Argive shore, the Athenians defeated the Corinthians.
In 447 BC, a revolution in Boeotia took place and an Athenian body of one thousand hoplitae, mainly youthful aristocratic volunteers, under the command of general Tolmedes, marched to Boeotia, against the advice of Perikles, who told them to be patient and wait until they collected a stronger force.
At the third year of the war (429 BC), Perikles died in the autumn, from the plague and the political power of Athens now fell on demagogues, who often been unable to persuade the middle class and the aristocrats of Athens, they used cheap politics to stir up the population with disastrous results.
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 News | TimesDaily.com | TimesDaily | Florence, AL   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 457 BC Sparta, needing a counterpoise against Athens in central Greece, reversed her policy and reinstated Thebes as the dominant power in Boeotia.
In 424 BC at the head of the Boeotian levy they inflicted a severe defeat upon an invading force of Athenians at the Battle of Delium, and for the first time displayed the effects of that firm military organization which eventually raised them to predominant power in Greece.
Philip was content to deprive Thebes of her dominion over Boeotia; but an unsuccessful revolt in 335 BC against his son Alexander was punished by Macedon and other Greek states by the destruction of the city, except, according to tradition, the house of the poet Pindar and the temples.
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 447 BC - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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447 BC, Events, By place, Greece, Births, Deaths and 447 BC.
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 Parthenon - MSN Encarta
It was built from 447 to 432 bc, under the leadership of Pericles, by the architects Ictinus and Callicrates.
The centerpiece of his plan was the rebuilding of the Acropolis; the Parthenon was the showpiece, the chief temple on the Acropolis.
Work on the Parthenon began in 447 bc, and the dedication of the temple took place in 438 bc with the installation of the statue of Athena.
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In 594 BC Solon, one of the “Seven Sages” of antiquity, replaced the Draconian law in Athens and laid the foundation for Democracy.
Plato was born in Athens in 428 BC.
In 172 BC Roman invaded Greece Mummius Achaicus attacked Corinth and dissolved the Achaean league.
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 Athene, Acropolis
In 480 BC the city was captured and destroyed by the Persians.
The Theater of Dionysus, built in the 5th century BC at the southern base of the Acropolis, was the city's drama center.
After Athens lost the Peloponnesian War in 404 BC its place as the premier city-state in Greece was also lost, and the city went into a decline that lasted until the period of Roman control three centuries later.
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 Roman Timeline of the 5th Century BC
491 BC Coriolanus, Roman commander of the Volscians is impeached and condemned to exile.
456 BC The plebeians of Rome are granted land in the Aventine.
421 BC The number of positions of quaestors is increased to four, and it is opened to plebeians.
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 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > 447 BC
Centuries: 6th century BC - 5th century BC - 4th century BC
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 Battle of Coronea (447 BC) - Definition, explanation
The Battle of Coronea took place between the Athenian-led Delian League and the Boeotian League in 447 BC.
The Delian League was essentially an Athenian empire, and while Athens was usually successful at holding their possessions in the Aegean Sea, they were less successful on land.
The Athenians under Tolmides, with 1000 hoplites plus other troops from their allies, marched into Boeotia to take back the recaptured towns.
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 Greek Poets - Crystalinks
His first play was produced in 447 BC and won a victory.
Little more is known of his life, but it is likely that he shared the voluntary exile of the mass of his fellow-townsmen who sailed to Abdera in Thrace, where they founded a colony, rather than remaining behind to surrender their city to Harpagus, one of Cyrus the Great's generals.
240 BC) was a Greek poet and grammarian, a native of Cyrene and a descendant of the illustrious house of the Battiadae, whence he was sometimes called Battiades (e.g., in Catullus's 65th poem).
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676 BC...In 676 BC an Assyrian raid penetrated Median territory as far as Mt Bikni (Demavend) in the district of Patusharri (Culican: 1965..pg 44)...
In 335 B.C. Alexander asked the Celtic envoys what they feared most..."That the sky might fall on their heads" came the reply.....Celts emerged as a distinct people in the 8th Century BC..
Between 154 and 114 BC the Saka broke the Parthian defense lines and seized a region in eastern Iran known as Sakastan (Seistan)." (Kuznetsov: 1970..pg 568)..
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850 BC: (9th century BC date in question) Homer writes the Iliad and the Odyssey.
480: BC Second Persian invasion of Greece, Spartans are defeated at Thermopylae, Athens is occupied by the Persians.
447 BC: Ictinus and Callicrates design and begin building the Parthenon in Athens.
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 Herodotus - Search View - MSN Encarta
Herodotus (484?-425 bc), Greek historian, known as the father of history, born in Halicarnassus (now Bodrum, Turkey).
About 447 bc he went to Athens, then the center and focus of culture in the Greek world, where he won the admiration of the most illustrious men of Greece, including the great Athenian statesman Pericles.
In 443 bc Herodotus settled in the Panhellenic colony of Thurii in southern Italy.
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 Navis.gr - Parthenon and Acropolis
In 480 BC, the Persians burned or smashed everything on the Acropolis and killed its defenders, but within 13 years Themistocles and Cimon had rebuilt the walls and cleared away the ruins.
In 447 BC Phidias began to build a shrine to her.
From 437 to 432 BC a majestic gate, the Propylaea, was erected at the west end of the Acropolis.
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 Europa: The History of the White Race: Chapter Ten   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The four hundred years stretching from 800 BC to 400 BC are known as the Hellenic Age, and mark the height of classical Greek civilization.
By 750 BC, two distinct ideologies had formed amongst the Greek city states: the first was an oligarchy: ruled by an educated elite; and the second was a limited form of democracy: rule by the masses.
Another of Pericles' achievements was the construction of the Parthenon on the acropolis in Athens, built from 447 BC to 432 BC and dedicated to that city's patron goddess, Athena Parthenos.
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 Persia: Late Persian Empire :: 0 A.D. :: Wildfire Games
After Xerxes was assassinated in 465 BC by one of his ministers, he was succeeded by his son Artakshartsha, commonly known by the Greek version of his name, Artaxerxes Longshanks (465 BC - 424 BC).
In 447 BC he concluded a peace treaty with Athens, ceding Ionia to the Greeks.
In 334 BC the young Alexander of Macedon (336 BC - 323 BC) crossed the Hellespont at the head of his army and defeated the Persian forces at Granicus (334 BC), Issos (333 BC) and Gaugamela (331 BC).
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Cavedoni thinks it probable that it was C. Fabius, who being in 84 BC pretor in Africa, expelled thence Q, Metellus; and two years afterwards he himself, on account of his cruelty and avarice whilst pretor, was burnt alive (Liv.
The learned refer this silver coin to Quintus Fabius Labeo, who in 189 BC, under the consuls of M. Fulvius Nobilior and Cneus Manlius Vulso, and during the war with King Antiochus Major, was appointed pretor to the command of the fleet.
Lucius Fabius, son of Lucius, was pro-questor in Spain to the pro-consul C. Annius, sent thither by Sulla in 83 BC, to subdue Sertonrius, of the Marian party.
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 The Parthenon   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Parthenon was a temple that was built to replace an earlier structure which was destroyed by the Persians in 480 BC.
Its construction began in 447 BC, a time when Athenian power was at its height, under the rule of influential Athenian politician Pericles.
The creation of the Parthenon was finished around 438 BC and it was immediately opened to the public.
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676 BC...In 676 BC an Assyrian raid penetrated Median territory as far as Mt Bikni (Demavend) in the district of Patusharri (Culican: 1965..pg 44)...
In 335 B.C. Alexander asked the Celtic envoys what they feared most..."That the sky might fall on their heads" came the reply.....Celts emerged as a distinct people in the 8th Century BC..
Between 154 and 114 BC the Saka broke the Parthian defense lines and seized a region in eastern Iran known as Sakastan (Seistan)." (Kuznetsov: 1970..pg 568)..
www.geocities.com /Athens/Academy/1605/history.html   (4187 words)

 Hellenistic Civilisations :: 0 A.D. :: Wildfire Games
In a series of naval-engagements that followed, the Persians suffered heavy defeats and finally in 447 BC Artaxerxes I made peace with Athens, withdrawing from Ionia.
BC the kings made efforts to introduce Greek culture and civilised it to a large extent.
Philip V of Macedonia was defeated at Cynoscephalae in 197 BC, and in 146 BC the kingdom of Alexander became a Roman province.
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