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  BCE Inc. : BCE Announces Second Quarter Results
BCE's management continues to believe it is on track to meet the lower end of this guidance.
BCE leverages those connections with extensive content creation capabilities through Bell Globemedia which features some of the strongest brands in the industry 3/4 CTV, Canada's leading private broadcaster, The Globe and Mail, Canada's National Newspaper, and Sympatico-Lycos and Globe Interactive, leading Canadian Internet portals.
In the first quarter of 2001, BCE also adopted the new recommendations of the CICA Handbook section 1751, "Interim Financial Statements", which changes the requirements for the presentation and disclosure of interim financial statements and the accompanying notes.
www.bce.ca /en/news/releases/bce/2001/07/25/6245.html   (2721 words)

 Science Fair Projects - Parthenon
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 Acropolis.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Parthenon   (1965 words)

 Greece: Alexander and Hellenic Times: Shaw's Outline of Ancient History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
R.M. Errington, 'From Babylon to Triparadeisos, 323-320 BCE' JHS 90, 1970, pp.
Ptolemy I Soter (305-283) born in 367/6 BCE of a certain Lagos and Arsinoe, both Macedonian nobility.
In 306 BCE the forces of Ptolemy and Antigonus clashed at the battle of Salamis.
www.juyayay.com /outline/greece/politics03.html   (873 words)

 Carthage, Sicily, Numidia and North Africa: Shaw's Outline of Ancient History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Liberation of Sicily by Timoleon (343-330 BCE): The Corinthian Timoleon sought to rid the island of tyrants and revive the autonomy of the Greek city states, but although he was successful in initiating a revival of the prosperity of Sicily, no long-term political stability was achieved.
In 295 BCE Agathocles sailed to Italy and assailed and seized Croton.
In 294 he crossed over to Italy and laid siege to Hipponium and attacked the Bruttians Diod xxi.8.; In 290 BCE the heir apparent Agathocles the son of Agathocles was murdered by Menon of Segesta and Archagathus and Agathocles himself died from mouth cancer.
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 IBF - BCE - About the Designation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Board Certified in Estate Planning (BCE) is the only designation designed and offered to brokers, advisors, and planners who have clients interested in estate accumulation, preservation, and distribution.
The BCE program is fully accredited and counts as four units toward the MSFS graduate degree.
The BCE designation shows that you are well versed about the complexities of estate transfers and the effective management of assets.
www.icfs.com /designations/bce/about_the_designation.php   (272 words)

 454 BC - Iridis Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
454 BC es:454 adC lb:-454 Centuries: 4th century BC - 5th century BC - 6th century BC
Years: 459 BC 458 BC 457 BC 456 BC 455 BC - 454 BC - 453 BC 452 BC 451 BC 450 BC 449 BC
Athens loses a fleet and possibly as many as 50 000 men in a failed attempt to aid an Egyptian revolt against Persia.
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 ezra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
He came with the authorization of King Artaxerxes to establish laws and set up judges, and he commanded the Jews of Jerusalem to follow the commands of the Torah closely.
454 - In Greece, the treasury of the Delian League was moved from the island of Delos to Athens.
A portion of all contributions to the league was given to the temple of Athena in Athens.
medialdea.net /historyguy80538/ezra.htm   (211 words)

 Mykonos island - Mykonos and Delos maps and yacht charter guide
After their displacement by Ionians in the 1st millennium BCE the island became the main centre of the cult of Apollo, and splendid games - said to have been originally established by Theseus - were held annually in honour of the god.
BCE Peisistratos carried out a purification (catharsis) of the island by removing all tombs from the area round the sanctuary, and in a second purification in 426-425 BCE all births, deaths and burials on the island were prohibited and the existing tombs were removed to the neighbouring island of Rinia (Rhinia).
In 454 BCE, however, Athens carried off the contents of the treasury and reduced Delos and the other islands to a condition of dependence.
www.sailingissues.com /greekislands/mykonos.html   (699 words)

 The East Mediterranean and the Near East from the sixth through the fourth centuries BCE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In 512 BCE Darius conducted an expedition to the Danube and beyond it against the Thracians, Getae, and Scythians.
Thus, against the Persians for example the Ionians of Asia Minor united under the leadership of Aristagoras of Miletus, the Athenians were aided by the poleis of the Peloponnesus, and the Attic leagues, the Theban league, and the confederate leagues of Philip II and Alexander were formed.
This was one of the main causes of the economic crisis of Greece in IV BCE.
www.sonoma.edu /people/poe/Hist304/Notes/6_4CBCE.htm   (4099 words)

 Rulers of Korea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Buyeo is believed to have risen from the areas of Joseon in the 2nd to the 3rd centuries BCE.
Bukbuyeo was later succeeded by Goguryeo, but Dongbuyeo, ruled by the heirs of Emperor Haemosu, was shattered by Goguryeo in 22 CE.
The rulers of Dongbuyeo submitted to the overlordship of Bukbuyeo in 86 BCE, and thus used the title Wang, which means king.
www.lexington-fayette.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Rulers_of_Korea   (1497 words)

 History of Computing - 3000 BCE-1500 CE - The Greeks
The "Attic" system was in use from as early as 454 BCE to about 95 BCE.
The numerals appear to have been derived from the first letter of the names of the numbers, except in the case of 1, which was represented in the Egyptian fashion by a simple line.
It is usually thought that the Greeks obtained their alphabet from the Phoenicians and then changed some of the consonants to represent vowels, which were not written in Phoenician.
pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca /~williams/History_web_site/timeline%203000BCE_1500CE/greeks.html   (520 words)

 An Introduction to Classical Athenian Democracy - Development   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In fact, the institution fell into disuse after 416 BCE, perhaps because of the ostracism of Hyperbolus; this man, according to the historian Thucydides, was ostracized "not because anyone feared his power or influence, but because he was a useless wretch and a disgrace to the city" (Thuc.
The 5th century BCE was marked by the extended conflict — sometimes "cold" and often overt — between Athens and Sparta, but involving most of the Greek world and the Persian Empire as well.
Shortly thereafter, in 411 BCE, the Athenians brought an end to their democracy and instituted an oligarchy by, first, appointing ten "Commissioners" who were charged with re-writing the constitution of Athens (Thuc.
www.chs.harvard.edu /online_disc/athenian_law/lect_blackwell_dev.html   (5626 words)

 Ancient Greece | Grade 10 | School | www.aaronparecki.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In the 1700s BCE, there was a major crisis in the culture which almost caused it to disappear.
In 454 BCE, as anticipated, there was a massive slave revolt.
In 474 BCE, the father of Greek drama, Aeschylus, wrote a play about the recent battle called "Persians." This was the first Greek tragedy based on actual history.
www.aaronparecki.com /school/grade10/ancientgreece   (7279 words)

 Thales of Miletus [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Recent opinion is that, as early as 650 BCE the Assyrian astronomers seem to have recognized the six months-five months period by which they could isolate eclipse possibilities (Steele, "Eclipse Prediction", 429).
Britton believes that the Saros cycle was known before 525 BCE (Britton, "Scientific Astronomy", 62) but, although the text identifies a particular Saros cycle, and graphically depicts the number of eclipse possibilities, the ancient commentary of Text S does not attest to an actual observation (Britton, "An Early Function", 32).
In about 547 BCE late in his life, Thales travelled into Cappadocia with Croesus, and, according to some belief, devised a scheme by which the army of Croesus was able to cross the River Halys.
www.utm.edu /research/iep/t/thales.htm   (9340 words)

 publius_ovidius_naso's Xanga Site
59/57 BCE - Clodius is adopted into a plebian family, in hopes of gaining the Tribunis Plebis, which had veto power.
42 BCE - the second triumvirate is formed legally by a senatorial proclomation, with hopes of "restoring the republic".
Cicero is at the top of the list, and is killed, his hands and tounge are nailed to the rostrum, where he had given speeches during his life.
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 The Peloponessus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The inhabitants, called Maniotes, are thought to be descended from Laconian refugees of the 2nd century BCE, and have been noted for a very long while for their pugnacity and fierce independence.
In the 18th century the region was granted considerable autonomy under a series of Ottoman Beys appointed from the populace; a vain effort by the Turks, since the Maniot insurrection of 1821 was one of the chief sparks leading to the War of Independence for Greece.
In the Peloponnesian War a coalition led by Mantinea and Argos and urged on by Athens was defeated (418 BCE) by Sparta at Mantinea.
www.hostkingdom.net /pelop.html   (1894 words)

 Glossary of Terms
Founded in 477 BCE it was used by the Athenians to build her empire.
Athens reconstituted itself in another bid for empire when she began this voluntary organization which was started in 377 BCE.
Because of conflicting interests in the member states dissatisfaction soon set in and when Philip came upon the scene it was dissolved in 338 with the establishment of the Corinthian League in 338 BCe.
www.unca.edu /~drohner/Greekhistory/glossary_of_terms.htm   (3921 words)

 Catalog of Transits of Venus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
For example, Series 4 (December at Ascending Node) began in -1763 (1764 BCE) and will run through 2854 (a grazing transit) for a total of 20 transits spanning 4617 years.
These transit families are quite analogous to the Saros series for solar and lunar eclipses.
The terms BCE and CE are abbreviations for "Before Common Era" and "Common Era," respectively.
sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov /eclipse/transit/catalog/VenusCatalog.html   (1731 words)

 On Sacrifices
The earlier Temple of Ceres, dedicated in 494 BCE, was also associated with Sabellian Capua and may have had some Greek influences, but was distinctly an Italic cult.
It cannot therefore be said that Ceres was introduced to Rome by Greeks in the same manner that the Magna Mater arrived from Asia; only that certain aspects of Her worship was derived from Greek influences.
The Ludi Apollinares of July, established in 212 BCE, and the Ludi Florales of April, established in 173 BCE, consisted of theatrical performances and chariot races.
religioromana.net /onsacrifices.htm   (3400 words)

 James DeMeo, Origin and Diffusion of Patrism in Saharasia
Saharasia: The 4000 BCE Origins of Child Abuse, Sex-Repression, Warfare and Social Violence, In the Deserts of the Old World, by James DeMeo, Ph.D. 454 pages, over 100 maps and illustrations, with comprehensive bibliography and index.
As such, they appear to be exceptions which prove the rule: Severe desertification and famine trauma greatly disturbed the original matrist social fabric, and promoted the development of patrist behaviors and social institutions; patrism was, in turn, compounded and intensified by widespread land-abandonment, migratory adjustments, and competition over scarce water resources.
After c.4000-3500 BCE, radical social transformations are apparent in the ruins of previously peaceful, matrist settlements along river valleys in Central Asia, Mesopotamia, and North Africa.
www.orgonelab.org /saharasia.htm   (6859 words)

 The Sign of Jonah and the History of the Reconstruction of the Temple (No. 13)
As stated previously, during the reign of Cyrus Macrocheir or Artaxerxes I, the Athenian invasion of Egypt was put down in 454 BCE and the Satrap left in charge was a Medo-Persian named Arsames who reigned as Satrap from 455/4 BCE to at least 407 BCE.
The destruction of the Temple at Elephantine was the start of a series of anti-Semitic Egyptian uprisings which commenced in 410 BCE and continued until the reign of Artaxerxes II who faced an Egyptian rebellion on his ascension in 404 BCE and in 402 BCE he lost Egypt.
In 401 BCE he fought a civil war in Persia and, throughout this, the Jews remained loyal accounting for their favourable treatment.
www.ccg.org /english/s/p013.html   (9032 words)

 Greeks, Politics and War
In 454 - six years after the Athenians had invaded Egypt - the Persian emperor, Artaxerxes, with help from his Phoenician navy, drove the Athenians out of Egypt.
The year was 431 BCE, described by some as the end of Greece's Golden Age.
And in 403 BCE, while Sparta busied itself in putting down these rebellions, in Athens a coalition of moderate conservatives and democrats overthrew the oligarchy there.
www.fsmitha.com /h1/ch09.htm   (8992 words)

Aristotle founds his own school, the Lyceum, and becomes tutor to the young Alexander.
Alexander the Great, after his father’s assassination in 336 BCE, becomes leader of a united Greece and extends the empire as far northwest as India.
After Alexander’s death in 232 BCE, three Hellenistic kingdoms, Egypt, Syria, and Macedon, are created.
www1.hollins.edu /faculty/saloweyca/WEBWAG/timeline.htm   (395 words)

 Summary: The Sign of Jonah and the History of the Reconstruction of the Temple (No. 13z)
519-516 BCE was the very earliest time that was allowed for in the prophecy of seventy years made by Jeremiah and repeated by Daniel giving the time for which Jerusalem would be desolate.
This commenced in 410 BCE and continued until the reign of Artaxerxes II who faced an Egyptian rebellion on his ascension in 404 BCE.
If the decree was taken from 516 BCE from the reign of Darius 1 to follow on directly from the 70 weeks of years then the end of the prophecy was in 26 BCE, which seems to relate to nothing.
www.ccg.org /english/z/p013z.html   (3908 words)

 Encyclopedia: 5th century BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
551 BCE–479 BCE) was a famous thinker and social philosopher of China whose teachings have deeply influenced East Asia for twenty centuries.
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Marathon 490 BCE: 10,000 Athenians and Plataeans vs. 20,000 Persians.
570-500 BCE Registered citizens in demes 10 electoral units trittites All male citizens (10,000) were expected to attend the assembly.
Sparta Corinth Thebes The Empire of Alexander the Great The rise of Macedonia Philip II assumed throne with the support of the army 359 BCE.
www.baraboo.uwc.edu /Academics/classresources/history/10.21notes.doc   (687 words)

 Temple De Hirsch Sinai - Jewish Basics
Although it is a late addition to the Jewish liturgical calendar, the eight-day festival of Hanukkah has become a beloved and joyous holiday.
It is also known as the Festival of Lights and takes place in December, at the time of year when the days are shortest in the northern hemisphere.
History: Beginning in 167 BCE, the Jews of Judea rose up in revolt against the oppression of King Antiochus IV Epiphanes of the Seleucid Empire.
www.tdhs-nw.org /jewish_basics/holidays.php3?hid=42   (1223 words)

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