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  510s BC
510 BC -- Hippias, tyrant of Athens, was expelled by his people, with the assistance of Cleomenes[?], King of Sparta.
510 BC -- End of reign of Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, last king of the traditional seven Kings of Rome.
515 BC - March 12 - Construction is completed on the Temple in Jerusalem.
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  510s BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
March 12, 515 BC - Construction is completed on the Temple in Jerusalem.
510 BC - Fall of the Roman Kingdom and establishment of the Roman Republic.
510 BC - Defeat and destruction of Sybaris.
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 Virtual Tour - The Western Wall Time Line Jerusalem
He bought a neighboring hill, which was later identified with Mount Moria (the site of Isaac's sacrifice), on which he placed the Ark of the Covenant.
In 537 BC, after 50 years in the Babylonian exile, the Jews were allowed to return to Jerusalem and began to rebuild the city and the Temple.
The Second Temple was completed in 515 BC.
www.inisrael.com /tour/jer/vt_western_wal_tl.htm   (471 words)

 Delhi - Jatland Wiki
In 668 BC Maharaja Mahipal ascended to the throne of Delhi.
Raja Jitmal ascended to throne of Delhi in 595 BC.
Kaldahan or Kamsen became ruler of Delhi in 515 BC.
www.jatland.com /home/Delhi   (1015 words)

 Iranian Art and Architecture - MSN Encarta
In about 515 bc, Darius I ordered an enormous relief and inscription to be carved on a cliff in the Zagros Mountains.
Painted pottery continued to be made in other parts of the country but not in northern Iranian provinces of Azerbaijan, where fl and grey burnished wares appeared, decorated in many instances with geometric patterns incised into the surface and then filled with a white paste.
From the end of the 2nd millennium bc to the middle of the 1st millennium bc a great florescence of bronze casting occurred along the southern Caspian mountain zone and in Lorestān.
uk.encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761572083_2/Iranian_Art_and_Architecture.html   (1650 words)

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675-650 BC Archaic Period Psiax, Herakles Strangling the Nemean Lion, fl-figured amphora, 525 BC *Euphronios (painter) and Euxitheos(potter), Death of Sarpedon, red-figured krater, c.
515 BC Classical Period The Achilles painter, Muse and Maiden, attic white-ground lekythos, c.
438-432 BC Dionysus, east pediment of the Parthenon, the Acropolis, Athens, Greece, c.
www.unc.edu /~egatti/Art26/slide_lists/greek.doc   (425 words)

 Brief History of Judaism
In 538 BC, Cyrus II, founder of the Achaemenian dynasty of Persia and conqueror of Babylonia issued an order allowing exiled Jews to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the Temple.
During the Persian and Hellenistic (4th-3rd century BC) periods, the Temple generally was respected, and in part subsidized, by Judaea's foreign rulers.
Antiochus IV Epiphanes, however, plundered it in 169 BC and desecrated it in 167 BC by commanding that sacrifices be made to Zeus on an altar built for him.
www.deliriumsrealm.com /delirium/articleview.asp?Post=286   (538 words)

 Slides for lecture of November 2, 1999   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Tripod vase by the C Painter; Birth of Athena; 590 BC Francois krater by Kleitias and Ergotimos; 570 BC.
Amphora by the Amasis Painter; 560 BC; Dionysos and menads
Amphora by the Kleophrades Painter; 500-490 BC; Dionysos and menads
classics.ucdavis.edu /AHI1A/19991102.html   (325 words)

 Takasu, et al., Rapid Body Cooling Prolongs Survival Time After Lethal Volume Controlled Hemorrhage In Pigs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
For the control and BC groups, the arteriovenous ECC with a blood flow rate of 2ml/kg/min was performed for 20 minutes during HS.
The reinfused blood of BC was cooled to approximately 15°C, whereas was returned at 37.5°C for the control group.
Survival rates to 240 min were 100% (515) in BC; 0% (015) in the control (3 pigs died at the end of the ECC) (p < 0.0 1 vs. BC); and 40% (2/5) in the sham (p < 0.05 vs. BC)(Figure).
www.aast.org /00abstracts/00absPoster_081.html   (337 words)

 Government in Classical Greece 515 to 450 BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The tyrants of the seventh century BC were a step to democracy, or the rule of the people.
By the beginning of the sixth century BC Athens was badly in need of political and economic reforms.
Under the Spartan king, Cleomenes I, Athens was overcome in 510 BC and Hippias ran to exile in Persia.
www.cartage.org.lb /en/themes/Arts/Architec/AncientArchitectural/GreekArchitecture/GreekBuilding/GovernmentinClassical.htm   (1586 words)

 Athens - Temple of Olympian Zeus on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
The work was resumed in the 3rd century BC, during the period of Macedonian domination of Greece, under the patronage of the Hellenistic king Antiochus IV Epiphanes, who hired the Roman architect Cossutius to design the largest temple in the known world.
In 86 BC, after Greek cities were brought under Roman rule, the general Sulla took two columns from the unfinished temple to Rome to adorn the Temple of Jupiter on the Capitoline Hill.
Located southeast of Acropolis, its foundations were laid on the site of an earlier temple by the tyrant Pisistratus in 515 BC, but the work was abandoned when Pisistratus's son, Hippias, was overthrown in 510 BC.
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 Antimenes Painter / Dinos / c. 520-515 BC
In addition to drinking, the men would recite poetry and argue politics or philosophy.
A favorite poet was Homer, who lived about 850 BC, and is credited with having written the Iliad, the epic poem of the Trojan War, and the Odyssey, the book of Ulysses (Odysseus in Greek) travels after the war.
When the dinos was filled to the rim, the ships painted on the inside appeared to float on the 'wine-dark sea', one of Homer's most famous poetic descriptions.The decorations on the rim of this vessel include battle scenes, perhaps from the Trojan War, and scenes from mythology.
www.davidrumsey.com /amico/amico1100423-36428.html   (410 words)

 Captivity - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
In the 11th year of Zedekiah, 586 BC, in the 4th month, the 9th day of the month, a breach was made in the city (Jeremiah 39:1,2), and the final assault completed the work that had been done by months of famine and want.
In 586 BC Nebuzaradan carried off the residue of the people that were left in the city, but he "left of the poorest of the land to be vinedressers and husbandmen" (2 Kings 25:12).
At length in the month Adar, in the 6th year of Darius (515 BC) the work was completed and the Passover celebrated within the courts of the restored Sanctuary (Ezra 6:15-).
www.searchgodsword.org /enc/isb/view.cgi?number=T1850   (6617 words)

Within the Holy of Holies, two cherubim of olive wood stood with the Ark; this innermost sanctuary was considered the dwelling place of the Divine Presence (Shekhina) and could be entered only by the high priest and only on the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur).
The Temple suffered at the hands of Nebuchadrezzar II of Babylonia, who removed the Temple treasures in 604 BC and 597 BC and totally destroyed the building in 587/586.
This destruction and the deportations of Jews to Babylonia in 586 and 582 were seen as fulfillments of prophecy and, therefore, strengthened Judaic religious beliefs and awakened the hope for the reestablishment of the independent Jewish state.
www.bu.edu /mzank/Michael_Zank/Jerusalem/templemount.html   (985 words)

He was born in Stagira, in Macedonia, the son of Nicomachus, the court physician to Amyntas II, king of Macedonia.
Aristotle was bald, thin, with a lisp, and of a sardonic disposition.
(65 BC—8 BC), a Latin poet, is one of the greatest of lyric poets and satirists.
faculty-staff.ou.edu /L/A-Robert.R.Lauer-1/MLLL5063Intro.html   (15790 words)

 PASSIA: Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs - Jerusalem
1220 BC: King of Jerusalem defeated by Israelites and the city is destroyed.
701-627 BC: Assyrians beleaguer Jerusalem; Judah is a tributary state of the Assyrian Empire.
Persian Rule 538-333 BC: Persians overthrow Babylonian empire; Jerusalem is capital of Persian province.
www.passia.org /jerusalem/chronology/chron1.htm   (663 words)

 March 12: Jews rebuild their temple after exile
In 539 BC, Babylon fell to a coalition of Medes and Persians.
Under their leadership, the remnant of exiles who had returned to Israel rebuilt God's house, which was completed on this day, March 12, 515 BC But it wasn't much to look at.
The temple, rebuilt in 515 BC, was rebuilt yet again by Herod the Great, who restored it in stone and covered it with gold.
chi.gospelcom.net /DAILYF/2002/03/daily-03-12-2002.shtml   (503 words)

 New Life Wesleyan Church - King Nebuchadnezzar
Cyrus II/ "the Great" (Medo-Persian Empire), 580-529 BC Cyrus (580-529 BC) was the first Achaemenian King.
Cyrus was killed in a battle in 529 BC (his tomb).
Darius continued Cyrus’ policy of restoring the Jewish state, and under his auspices, the Jews completed the rebuilding of the temple in 515 BC.
webschoolsolutions.com /nlw/daniel/supcyrus.htm   (294 words)

 The Templemount   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
In about 515 BC another guy named Zerubbabel received the blessing of the government of the day to begin rebuilding the temple.
In 170 BC the King of Syria, Antiochus Epiphanes plundered the Temple and then sacrificed a pig on the altar.
In 20 BC, 43 years after Jerusalem was taken over by Rome, King Herod started a remodeling project on the temple.
www.pacwest.net /~dhooley/prod011517.htm   (2090 words)

 Babylonian Exile - history - Dr. Rollinson's Courses and Resources
Mandana, the daughter of Astyages married Cambyses I of Persia, became the mother of Cyrus II - Cyrus II, son of Cambyses I and Mandana, daughter of Astyages
546 BC Cyrus conquers Croesus and the Lydians
461 BC Pericles supplants Cimon in Athens, rivalry with Sparta increases
www.drshirley.org /hist/hist06.html   (2005 words)

 3251 AM - 3500 AM or 749 BC - 500 BC
The solar eclipse is said to have occurred on the day hsin-mao (the 28th day of the sexagenary cycle), which was the first day of the 10th lunar month.
A date of 776 BC was formerly adopted for such an event, but modern computations show that no solar eclipse in that year was visible in China.
The Ch'un-ch'iu ('Spring and Autumn Annals'), a chronicle covering the period from 722 BC to 481 BC, notes the occurrence of 36 solar eclipses during this interval.
www.hooper-home.net /CHRONO/From3251.htm   (5200 words)

 History of Israel (part 2) Dr. Rollinson's Courses and Resources
1,700 BC horse-drawn chariots introduced in the Egyptian army; most soldiers were infantry with hide shields and bronze spears, and were barefoot
Royal Palace of Mari, destroyed by the Babylonians 1,757 BC Hittite kingdom founded.
The language of the Linear B Knossos tablets is a very early form of Greek, indicating that there had been an occupation of Knossos by Greek-speaking people.
www.drshirley.org /hist/hist02.html   (646 words)

 Solar and Lunar Calendars: 360-days in a year
This would mean that the prophetic New Year would fall on about Adar 27th in AD 2006 (i.e., about 3 days before the lunar Nisan 1st).
Let us say that 1260,000 days after the tabernacle was set up in Nisan 1, 1445 BC (i.e., 1260 x 1000 days, or 3,500 yrs of unadjusted prophetic), it is announced to the world that construction of the temple will begin "in a few months," it is slated to start March 1st, 2006 BC.
However, for some reason this is put on hold for a few weeks until Adar 27th, when it is suddenly announced that construction will commence in a few days, that is on Nisan 1st (of the Jewish/lunar cal.)
www.netrover.com /~numbers/solar_lunar_calendars-leson2b1.htm   (1115 words)

 Jerusalem: History Lessons (Aqsa)
Jeroboam I, the first king of Israel (10th century BC), introduced a golden calf in the temples.
As Britannica notes: "In 586 BC the doom prophecies of Jeremiah and Ezekiel came true.
In 538 BC Persian emperor Cyrus defeated the Babylonians and Jews were allowed to return to Jerusalem.
www.albalagh.net /food_for_thought/aqsa.shtml   (1072 words)

 The Persian Times   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Today in 515 BC, His Majesty King Darius I has ordered the construction of a new capital.
Today in 503 BC, Queen Artystone, the youngest daughter of late Cyrus the Great and the favorite wife of His Majesty King Darius I, has thrown a birthday party for her husband.
However, today in 493 BC, we have learned that he has fled to Kroton where he was born.
www.zoroastriankids.com /persia4.htm   (1009 words)

 Greek Pictures Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
126.Athena from the Peisistratid Temple to Athena on the Acropolis (Athens, Acroplis Museum) c520 BC 127.Warriors from the east pediment, Peisistratid Temple to Athena on the Acropolis.
The Lion Gate of the Citadel of Mycenae, about 13th century B.C. A corbelled gallery in the palace of Tiryns, showing the solidity and strength of Mycenaean fortifications.
From these stairs, on the south portico, people were entering the city walking through the paved white stone road of Lechaeon, connecting the city with their port.
www.picturesfree.org /cdcaptions/greek.htm   (3940 words)

 A timeline of Christianity
515 BC : the Jews rebuild the temple of Jerusalem
37 BC : Antigonus is beheaded and Herod, Antipater's son, is appointed by the Romans as king of Judea
30 BC : the Sanhedrin is recognized as the supreme court of justice for the Jews
www.scaruffi.com /politics/christia.html   (6859 words)

 Greek Catalogue
550-530 BC Neck amphora near the Antimenes Painter
530 BC Kyathos near the painter of Vatican G7 Ca.
Early 5th Century BC White-ground kyathos group of Vatican G57
www.royalathena.com /PAGES/greekcatpages/greekvsattbf.html   (40 words)

 "New York Metropolitan Museum"
Gneiss statue of King Sahure and God 25th c BC Nikari's family (chief of granary) 25th c BC Friends of the king 25th c BC King Nebhetepre Mentuhotep I who reunited Egypt in the 21st c BC (the beginning of the Middle Kingdom)
by Euphronion 515 BC by Euphronion 515 BC Statue of Gudea, Sumerian king of Lagash, 2100 BC ditto
South Arabian, 100 BC Woman from South Arabia, 2,000 BC Cyprus terracotta 2,000 BC Cyprus: 5,500 BC of diabase stone
www.thymos.com /monument/museums/metropol.html   (223 words)

 Prophesy's about the Temple Reconstruction - Sean Hannity Discussion
It shows construction oif the second temple being bult in 535 BC.
It shows construction stoping in 522 BC and that the temple was finally finished in 515 BC.
Now correct me if I am wrong but arn't the prophesies about the temple being rebuilt contained in the books of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekial, and Daniel.
www.hannity.com /forum/showthread.php?t=82381   (931 words)

 Custom Decal :: Temple of Olympian Zeus (515 BC - 131 AD)
VINYL DECALS: Travel & Tourism : Temple of Olympian Zeus (515 BC - 131 AD)
Temple of Olympian Zeus (515 BC - 131 AD)
Create a custom aluminum sign with this image and your own custom text.
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 A Median Officer Paying Homage to King Darius I (circa 550-486 BC) from the Treasury, circa 515 BC Giclee Print at ...
A Median Officer Paying Homage to King Darius I (circa 550-486 BC) from the Treasury, circa 515 BC Giclee Print at AllPosters.com
This art print was created using a sophisticated digital printer.
A Median Officer Paying Homage to King Darius I (circa 550-486 BC) from the Treasury, circa 515 BC All Available Sizes
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