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  Pharisees - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
During the First Temple Era (from around 950 BCE to 586 BCE), the priests were limited to their work in the Temple; political power officially rested in the hands of a king who ruled, ideally, by divine right.
In 539 BCE the Persians conquered Babylon and in 537 BCE, inaugurating the Persian period of Jewish history.
In 57 BCE the Proconsul Cabineus established five regional synhedria (Sanhedrins, or councils) to regulate the internal affairs of the Jews.
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 News | Gainesville.com | The Gainesville Sun | Gainesville, Fla.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
558 BCE - Death of Solon, Athenian statesman.
555 BCE - Death of Stesichorus, Greek lyric poet.
550 BCE - Birth of Epicharmus, Greek poet (d.
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 538 information information - Search.com
500s 510s 520s - 530s - 540s 550s 560s
March 12 - Witiges, king of the Ostrogoths ends his siege of Rome and retreats to Ravenna, leaving the city in the hands of the victorious Roman general, Belisarius.
End of the Kofun era and beginning of the Asuka period, the second part of the Yamato period in Japan.
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 John Philoponus (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Eventually, he transformed the usual format of apologetic commentary into a discourse of open criticism, in the course of which he examined and repudiated fundamental Aristotelian-Neoplatonic tenets, most prominently the doctrine of the eternity of the world.
Generations of such commentaries were written from the time when Aristotle's works were again made accessible to a wider audience in the first century BCE down to the seventh century and beyond, forming a massive tradition.
By the end of the 530s Philoponus seems to have stopped producing philosophical works; his career as a philosopher was finished.
plato.stanford.edu /entries/philoponus   (5954 words)

 WikiMiki.net - 6th century BC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Confucius (551–479 BCE) was a famous sage and social philosopher of China whose teachings deeply influenced East Asia for twenty centuries.
The disintegration of the Zhou Dynasty in the third century BCE created a power vacuum filled by small states.
The Chinese examination system seems to have been started in 165 BCE, when certain candidates for public office were called to the Chinese capital for examination of their moral excellence by the emperor.
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 Medieval Sourcebook: Corpus Iuris Civilis: The Digest and Codex: Marriage Laws
Roman law developed as a mixture of laws, senatorial consults, imperial decrees, case law, and opinions issued by jurists.
One of the most long lasting of Justinian's actions was the gathering of these materials in the 530s into a single collection, later known as the Corpus Iuris Civilis [The Code of Civil Law].
As a system of law based on principles, not case law, it was re-invigorated by Napoleon and in that form remains the basis of the legal system of most of continental Europe, as well as the former colonial dependencies of those European countries [including most of Africa, China, Latin America and Japan].
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 Detail Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Narbo's decline is confirmed by the scarcity of its archaeological remains, especially when compared with Nimes, and by the silt that accumulated in its port.
It was besieged by Theodoric in 436 and captured in 462 by the Visigoths, then besieged by Childebert and his Franks in the 530s.
Facts On File, Inc. Ancient History & Culture.
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