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  Pompey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus was born on September 29, 106 BC, as the son of heir of Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo, an extremely wealthy man from the Italian region of.
In 71 BC, at only 35 years of age (see cursus honorum), Pompey was elected Consul for the first time, serving in 70 BC as junior partner of Crassus, with the overwhelming support of the Roman population.
By 56 BC, the bonds between the three men were fraying; Caesar called first Crassus, then Pompey, to a secret meeting in the northern Italian town of Luca to rethink both strategy and tactics.
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 Encyclopedia: Pompey the Great   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In 70 BC, at only 35 years of age (see cursus honorum), Pompey was elected consul for the first time, as junior partner of Crassus, with the overwhelming support of the Roman population.
The third triumph took place on September 29, 61 BC (Pompey's 45th birthday), celebrating the victories over the pirates and in the Middle East, was to be an unforgettable event in Rome.
In 55 BC Pompey was once more elected consul with Crassus as his senior partner, rumour says due to massive amounts of bribery.
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 The Bible UFO Connection - UFOs In History - 45,000 BC - 9 BC
BC China: From the book " Memories of the Sovereigns and the Kings " published in the 3rd century AD, in China, in the third millennium B.C., before the birth of Huang Ti or of Chi You, "sons from the sky", would descend to Earth on a star which was the shape of a saucer.
BC Rome: Glowing lamps were seen in the sky at Praeneste, a shield was observed at Arpi and in the Amiterno district, the sky was all on fire, and men in white garments appear.
BC "In the consulship of Gnaeus Octavius and Gaius Suetonius a spark was seen to fall from a star and increase in size as it approached the earth.
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 Ptolemy XIII   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In October of 50 BC, he was promoted to senior ruler along with her although Potheinus acted as regent for him.
In Spring of 48 BC Ptolemy and Potheinus attempted to depose Cleopatra in order for the first tobecome sole ruler and the second to act as the power behind the throne.
The battle between the warring factions occurred in middle December of 48 BC inside Alexandria itself which sufferedserious damage including according to some sources the burning of some of the buildings which consisted the Library of Alexandria.
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 BBC - History - Cleopatra VII (51 - 30 BC)
Her coin portrait shows that her looks were ordinary, however she was certainly an astute politician, with an ability to bring prosperity and peace to a country that was bankrupt and in the throws of civil war.
In 47 BC she bore him a child, called Caesarion, though Caesar never publicly acknowledged him as his son.
In 41 BC Mark Antony (at that time one of the ruling triumvirate of the Roman Republic, along with Octavian and Lepidus), whom she had met some years previously, summoned her to meet him in Tarsus, and it is widely believed that they planned to create an Oriental Empire together.
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 Notes of History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In the 5th century BC, the three cities are recorded as members of the Delian League, a confederation of Greek states under the eadership of Athens.
In 408 BC the first city in history to have an urban plan, was completed.
In 48 BC they aided Julius Caesar in his struggle against the Roman general and statesman Pompey the Great and the Roman Senate.
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 Pompey - Articles and Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, known in english as Pompey (September 29 106 BC, Picenum - September 29 48 BC, Egypt) was a Roman general and politician.
Instead he went to the Asian provinces to substitute Lucullus in the command of the war against king Mithridates of Pontus, a man that was causing trouble for the Republic for more than 20 years.
48 BC – led by Pompey, the conservatives loose the battle of Pharsalus; Pompey runs away to Egypt, where he is killed in September 29
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 Biographies: Pompey the Great   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
106 - 48 BC t the age of 17 Pompey fought, along with his father, Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo, who was consul in 89 BC, on the side of Lucius Cornelius Sulla against the faction of Gaius Marius and Lucius Cornelius Cinna.
In 84 BC he raised three legions and defeated the Marian party, and he was later sent to destroy the remnants of the Marian faction in Africa and Sicily.
In 67-66 BC, Pompey cleared the Mediterranean Sea of pirates and was subsequently given control of the provinces in the east and put in charge of the war against Mithradates VI of Pontus.
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 Cryptosporidium Infection - BC HealthFile #48   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Cryptosporidium is passed in the feces; therefore people with diarrhea who cannot control their bowel movements should not go to work or school.
Do not work while you have diarrhea or vomiting and do not return to work until 48 hours after your last loose stool or episode of vomiting.
Children cannot return to daycare until 48 hours after their last loose stool or episode of vomiting.
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 Chapter 2: Comet Hale Bopp: Past Disaster? Future Disaster?
It should be noted that scholars have claimed the Santorini eruption was contemporaneous with the Phaeton conflagration and the flood of Deucalion, with the flood being caused by a tsunami or tidal wave in the Mediterranean that was generated by the volcano.
The 48000 BC tilt of the earth on its axis is supported by Charles Hapgood.
Edgar Cayce himself claims that the world disaster of 28000 BC produced the true flood of Noah with respect to Atlantis, but there have been many world floods and there are a number of indications that the "original flood of Noah" with just eight survivors dates back.
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 Ptolemy XIII of Egypt - Articles and Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In Spring of 48 BC Ptolemy and Potheinus attempted to depose Cleopatra in order for the first to become sole ruler and the second to act as the power behind the throne.
Initialy Ptolemy and Potheinus pretended to have accepted his request but on September 29, 48 BC, Potheinus himself murdered the general in hopes of winning favor with Caesar when the victorious general arrived.
The battle between the warring factions occured in middle December of 48 BC inside Alexandria itself which suffered serious damage including according to some sources the burning of some of the buildings which consisted the Library of Alexandria.
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 Pompey the Great Memorial   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Pompey was born Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus in Rome on September 29, 106 BC, into a senatorial family; his father, Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo, was consul in 89 BC.
In 67-66 BC, Pompey cleared the Mediterranean Sea of pirates and was subsequently given control of the provinces in the east and put in charge of the war against Mithridates VI of Pontus.
Between 65 and 62 BC, Pompey conquered not only Mithridates but also Tigranes the Great, king of Armenia, and Antiochus XIII of Syria, annexing the territory of the latter to the Roman dominions.
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 Head of the Charles results 1994
Cambridge BC - MA 7 15:33.90 0.3 3.
Leander BC - Ont 48 17:19.90 0.0 2.
Hanlan BC - Ont 19 19:50.13 3.6 7.
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 Pompey on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Although he was not legally eligible, he was elected consul in 70 BC; he supported laws restoring the powers of the tribunes and forcing the senate to share some of the magistracies with the knights.
Pompey's main career as a general began in 67 BC, when he was commissioned by the law proposed by Aulus Gabinius to destroy the pirates infesting the Mediterranean.
Pompey was defeated at Pharsalus (48 BC) and fled to Egypt, where he was assassinated.
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 SV-BC Issue 48   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The current port declarations of modules, interfaces and program blocks require the data type and size of each port to be fixed or determined by a parameter.
From the 9/29/03 Minutes: Issue 48: Function/Module exchangeability Steven Sharp and Synopsys brought up that the proposal needs to be limited to continuous and procedural assignments (i.e.
From the 10/13/03 Meeting: 48: Dave moves that we accept this donation.
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 R-MC Academics: Classics
Pompey was born in 106 BC to Gnaeus Pompeius Strabo who was killed in battle during the civil war.
From 60-54 BC he was also a part of the first triumvirate but it began to fall apart when Pompey's wife (Caesar's daughter) died and Crassus died.
In 49 BC Pompey started a civil war with Caesar and was unable to hold Italy.
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 Cleopatra   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
October 48 BC Julius Caesar arrived in Alexandria.
November 48 BC Julius Caesar defeated Cleopatra's opponents.
34 BC Antony appointed Cleopatra the ruler of Egypt, Cyprus, Crete, and Syria.
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 Christmas You are There - Julius Caesar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Crassus the Rich, made governor of Syria in 54 BC, robbed many Jewish temples--including the Jerusalem temple--to fund his war against the Parthians, only to be killed in battle against them the following year.
In a confrontation with the Senate, Caesar refused to compromise and in 49 BC led his army across the River Rubicon from Gaul to Italy--an act of explicit defiance of the Senate and of Pompey, now commanding the Senate's armed forces.
Defeating Pompey's forces in Spain, he went on to attack Pompey himself, whose army was defeated at Pharsalus in 48 BC and who was later murdered.
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 Grinnell College vs Beloit College (Oct 19, 2002)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
G 1-10 G50 Adam Wallace rush to the BC49, fumble by Adam Wallace recovered by GC Jacob Peterson at BC43.
B 2-9 B37 Nate Skelton rush to the BC33, fumble by Nate Skelton recovered by BC Mike Wolfgram at BC33.
B 2-8 B22 Damian Harrell rush for 12 yards to the BC34, out-of-bounds (Ted Stafford), PENALTY BC holding 18 yards to the BC16.
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 Bluffton University Athletics - bc 48, fc 81
A 7-0 Bluffton run late in the first half that included a jumper from senior Paula Fry, the first collegiate 3-pointer for sophomore Cara Young, and a pair of free throws by freshman Karen Schaller gave the Beavers a 22-20 lead with 5:02 remaining before halftime.
Bluffton was 3-for-5 from 3-point range in the first half, while Franklin was 1-for-8, but it was different story in the second half as BC went 0-for-5 from beyond the arc and the Grizzlies were 6-for-13.
BC freshman Mandy Wightman was a perfect 6-for-6 from the free throw line and finished with eight points, while Schaller chipped in six.
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 150 German Astrologers
He developed a theory that all physical and psychological energies have cosmic origin and that life is a summing up of cosmic energies (-could there be another explanation?).
He was a collaborator and friend of R. Ebertin (Comobiology) and worked on a physical theory to explain the influence of astrology.
Advocate and pioneer of a scientific orientated astrology, founder of an astrology school, editor of an astrological calendar and a seven-part course of 'Wissenschaftliche Geburtsastrologie'.
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 48 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Years: 53 BC 52 BC 51 BC 50 BC 49 BC 48 BC Events
UC Davis has received a $6 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to conduct stem cell research that could one day treat childhood diseases.
CHARLOTTESVILLE - More than 48 hours after an illegal block by Brad Butler that prompted outrage from University of Virginia alumni, college football fans and media across the nation, U.Va. announced last night that the offensive tackle from Lynchburg has been suspended for one game.
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 Head of the Schuylkill, Oct. 27, 2001   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
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 The Battle of Pharsalus, 48 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Battle of Pharsalus, 48 BC August 9, 48 BC The loser bears the burden of defeat;
A century after the Battle of Pharsalus, the poet Lucan considered it so pivotal to Roman history that he chose it for a poem-cycle of epic proportions, known as The Pharsalia.
From January, 49 BC to Pharsalus (August 9, 48 by the Roman calendar but June 6 by the Julian calendar), Civil War between Pompey and Caesar had divided the Roman world with battles in Italy, Spain, Africa, Gaul, and now Greece.
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 48 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
48 BC Centuries : 2nd centuryBC - 1st century BC - 1st century
Years: 53 BC 52 BC 51 BC 50 BC 49 BC 48BC 47 BC 46 BC 45 BC 44 BC 43 BC
July 10 - Roman Civil War : Battle ofDyrrhachium, Julius Caesar barely avoids a catastrophic defeat to Pompey in Macedonia.
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 Shenandoah Hornets vs Bridgewater College (Sep 14, 2002)
B 1-10 B31 Jamie Langley rush for 5 yards to the BC36, PENALTY BC H 10 yards to the BC26.
S 1-10 B28 McGHEE rush to the BC22, fumble by McGHEE recovered by BC Steward White at BC22.
B 1-10 B39 Jamie Langley rush for 3 yards to the BC42, PENALTY BC holding 10 yards to the BC32.
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 Osprey Publishing - Pharsalus 48 BC
Caesar and Pompey — Clash of the Titans
In 48 BC, the stage was set for the final clash of the two titans of the Roman world and the odds were heavily in Pompey's favour, with 45,000 men against Caesar's 22,000.
Having the dice loaded against him, however, seems to have stimulated Caesar's genius for battle.
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