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  BCE Emergis enregistre des revenus records au premier trimestre une croissance marquee des revenus et du benefice ...
BCE Emergis fournira les installations, la plate-forme d'exploitation, les services de gestion et de soutien de facon a ce que e-Scotia.com soit en mesure de distribuer des certificats numeriques - ces passeports electroniques qui assurent la securite des transactions de commerce electronique ainsi que les communications electroniques sur Internet.
BCE Emergis fait aussi des progres significatifs dans son projet de presentation electronique des factures avec le consortium e-route.
BCE Emergis se classe parmi les premiers fournisseurs d'applications de commerce electronique en Amerique du Nord et fait partie de l'index TSE 100.
www.bce.ca /fr/news/releases/bco/2000/04/19/1258.html   (1251 words)

  
 The Quest for Immortality
Twelfth Dynasty, reign of Amenemhat III, 1831-1786 BCE
Twenty-second Dynasty, reign of Sheshonk I, 945- 924 BCE;
Eighteenth Dynasty, reign of Amenhotep III, 1390-1352 BCE
www.daytonartinstitute.org /exhibits/egypt/images.htm   (163 words)

  
 globeandmail.com: BCE and Telus battered by trust worries
BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. said on Wednesday they need to take a close look at their income trust plans after Ottawa said last night it will start taxing the structure.
BCE chief executive officer Michael Sabia told analysts on a conference call that he needs more time to assess the announcement's impact on the company's trust plans.
BCE had targeted as many as 4,000 job cuts, but now says it expects a cap at 3,000 because of fewer-than-expected positions eliminated through attrition.
www.theglobeandmail.com /servlet/story/RTGAM.20061101.wbce1101/BNStory/einsider   (1022 words)

  
 BalaamsKittimOracle562BCE
About 640 BCE Assyria began the withdrawal from her western empire, her troops were needed to deal with constant rebellions in the eastern empire by Elamites, Babylonians and Medes.
For roughly half a century- from 604 BCE to 538 BCE- there is a complete gap in evidence suggesting occupation.
I have argued that "Balaam's Kittim Oracle" appears to be relating to events occurring in the course of the 7th and 6th centuries BCE (640-587 BCE).
www.homestead.com /bibleorigins*net/BalaamsKittimOracle562BCE.html   (2087 words)

  
  Greece: Shaw's Outline of Ancient History
R.M. Errington, 'From Babylon to Triparadeisos, 323-320 BCE' JHS 90, 1970, pp.
In 306 BCE the forces of Ptolemy and Antigonus clashed at the battle of Salamis.
Kingdom of the Antigonids in Macedon 323-168 BCE
www.juyayay.com /outline/greece   (5307 words)

  
 History of Iran: Elamite Empire
1750 BCE) was not to be denied, and Elam was crushed in 1764 BCE.
1266 BCE), the fourth king of this line, proceeded apace, and his successes were commemorated by his assumption of the title "Expander of the Empire." He was succeeded by his son, Untash-Gal (Untash (d) Gal, or Untash-Huban), a contemporary of Shalmaneser I of Assyria (c.
In a series of campaigns between 692 and 639 BCE, in an effort to clean up a political and diplomatic mess that had become a chronic headache for the Assyrians, Ashurbanipal's armies utterly destroyed Susa, pulling down buildings, looting, and sowing the land of Elam with salt.
www.iranchamber.com /history/elamite/elamite.php   (1381 words)

  
 Portland Art Museum Presents Treasures of Ancient Egypt - The Quest for Immortality   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Made for the daughter of King Amenhotep III (1390-1352 BCE), this chair is adorned with images of deities who protected women and children.
The centerpiece of the exhibition is the recreated tomb of Thutmose III (1479-1425 BCE), its walls and ceiling completely painted with the Amduat, magical text to guide the pharaoh on his journey to immortality.
At 6,686 lbs., the red granite lid of the massive sarcophagus of Nitocris, daughter of Psamtik I, is the heaviest object in the exhibition.
www.pam.org /egypt/highlights.asp   (559 words)

  
 Gold - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Egyptian hieroglyphs from as early as 2600 BCE describe gold, which king Tushratta of the Mitanni claimed was as "common as dust" in Egypt.
Exploitation is said to date from the time of Midas, and this gold was important in the establishment of what is probably the world's earliest coinage in Lydia between 643 and 630 BCE.
The European exploration of the Americas was fueled in no small part by reports of the gold ornaments displayed in great profusion by Native American peoples, especially in Central America, Peru, and Colombia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gold   (3719 words)

  
 The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt - Introduction
The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt focuses on the understanding of the afterlife in the period of the New Kingdom (1550—1069 BCE).
Much of the activity was devoted to the quest for eternal life and was focused in the capital Thebes (modern-day Luxor), located along the banks of the Nile in Upper Egypt.
Thutmose III was a great military leader, and his war-won affluence supported the great sun gods Re and Amun-Re, so that their temples and religious influence grew enormously.
www.guggenheimlasvegas.org /past/exhibition_169_page_3.html   (412 words)

  
 Egyptian History: Dynasties 21 to 31, the Late Period
Some time after 1080 BCE - the Tanite Nesbanebded (c.1070 - 1043) still had some control over Upper Egypt - Egypt split between a northern 21st dynasty claiming national recognition reigning from Tanis, and a line of Theban generals and high priests of Amen, who actually controlled the south from Thebes.
The 22d dynasty (945-730 BCE) was founded by Sheshonq I, probably descended from long-settled Libyan mercenaries, the Meshwesh.
The Persians ruled Egypt as a satrapy from 525 to 404 BCE, and again from 341 to 333 BCE (31st Dynasty).
nefertiti.iwebland.com /history21-31.htm   (1555 words)

  
 The Pyramids at Nuri
The city of Napata was badly damaged in the Egyptian raid of 593 BCE, but the Kushites soon rebuilt the city.
In these tombs were buried Taharqa, nineteen of his successors, and fifty-four of their queens, from about 664 to 300 BCE.
The walls were carved and painted with religious texts to ensure the king's safe journey to the afterlife.
www.dignubia.org /maps/timeline/bce-0525.htm   (506 words)

  
 ||The Cradle of Nubian Civilisation||
671 BCE Esarhaddon speeds across Sinai with his camel cavalry and meets the Nubian and Egyptian forces of Taharka in the eastern Delta; Taharka is defeated and withdraws from Tanis and retreats to Memphis citadel.
664 BCE Tanutamun briefly regains control of Memphis and the entire Nile valley, but with weak support from the Delta princes under Assyrian pressure and with rival claims to rule Lower Egypt by Psammetichos I (664-610 BC), he withdraws to Thebes.
661 BCE Tanutamun defeated in Memphis and driven from Thebes that is sacked by Ashurbanipal.
www.thenubian.net /chronology.php   (3611 words)

  
 africanfront.com (AUF)
1518 BCE Moses (of the Bible) is born at Memphis Egypt and is adopted by princess Neferubity Thutmosis (sister to Hatshepsut and Thutmosis II).
664 BCE Taharka dies and is buried at Kurru pyramid field.
664 BCE Tanutamun regains control of Memphis and the entire Nile valley, but with weak support from the Delta princes under Assyrian pressure and with rival claims to rule Lower Egypt by Psammetichos I (664-610 BC), he withdraws to Thebes.
www.africanfront.com /calendar.php   (7820 words)

  
 Dead Sea Scrolls -- Timeline
That is the sack of Thebes in 664 or 671 BCE.
BCE (Before the Common Era) is equivalent to, but used here in preference to, BC (Before Christ).
Dendrochronological dating of timbers from an Aegean shipwreck containing a gold scarab of Queen Nefertiti seem to show that she was queen by about 1316 BCE, or at least no later than a date between 1316 and the year the ship sank.
home.flash.net /~hoselton/deadsea/timeline.htm   (10345 words)

  
 The Original Eve
1529 BCE Moses (of the Bible) is born at Memphis Egypt and is adopted by princess Neferubity Thermuthis (sister to Hatshepsut and Thutmosis II).
945-715 BCE Reign of Dynasty XXII; Kushites and Canaanites (Hittites and Phoenicians) establish a large number of ports on the North African shore, and on the islands of Corsica and Sardinia and western Sicily and on the shore of Spain.
327 BCE At Makaranda in Samarkand, Persia, during a drunken rage Alexander murders Cleitus Niger, the African King of Bactria, foster brother of Alexander and commander of the "royal squadron" of the Greek/Macedonian armies under Phillip and Alexander.
www.stewartsynopsis.com /original_eve.htm   (3975 words)

  
 660s BC at AllExperts
*664 BC - Psammetichus I succeeds Necho I as king of Lower Egypt.
*664 BC - Taharqa appoints his nephew Tantamani as his successor of Upper Egypt.
*664 BC - Death of Necho I, king of Egypt.
en.allexperts.com /e/0/660s_bc.htm   (302 words)

  
 Biblica 81 (2000) Dominic RUDMAN
Amon’s succession is usually dated to 642/641 BCE: Assuming the chronology and the given age of Amon as 22 years to be correct, this would mean that he was born in 664/663 BCE
The fall of Thebes to Ashurbanipal in 663 BCE at any rate seems to have impressed Judahite contemporaries: Nah 3,8-10 preserves the memory of this event, predicting that one day Nineveh itself would fall as did Thebes.
Assyria, Judah and Israel in the Eighth and Seventh Centuries B.C.E. (SBLMS 19; Missoula 1974) 69, suggests that Manasseh may have joined an earlier rebellion of 22 western kings in 671 BCE which was put down by Esarhaddon during a previous campaign against Egypt.
www.bsw.org /project/biblica/bibl81/Ani13m.html   (993 words)

  
 BalaamsKittimOracle562BCE
About 640 BCE Assyria began the withdrawal from her western empire, her troops were needed to deal with constant rebellions in the eastern empire by Elamites, Babylonians and Medes.
For roughly half a century- from 604 BCE to 538 BCE- there is a complete gap in evidence suggesting occupation.
I have argued that "Balaam's Kittim Oracle" appears to be relating to events occurring in the course of the 7th and 6th centuries BCE (640-587 BCE).
www.bibleorigins.net /BalaamsKittimOracle562BCE.html   (2099 words)

  
 Bible Chronology
Born in 2970 BCE, he was the first great patriarch of the post-Flood society and the common ancestor of all mankind born after the Flood.
Born in 2333 BCE, he was the son of Arpachshad, the father of Eber, and the third generation from Noah.
Born in 2008 BCE, she was the daughter of Terah and the half-sister and wife of Abraham.
www.betterdaysarecoming.com /chron/chronology.html   (11914 words)

  
 Cush
Towards the end of the New Kingdom, in the 11th century BCE, Lower Nubia may have become depopulated, eventually making it impossible for Egypt to exercise control over all of Nubia.
In the 6th century BCE, the Cushites were forced to move their capital to Meroë, where the kingdom flourished until the 1st or 2nd century CE, and ended around 350 CE.
664: New Cushite king, Tanutanami sends a campaign up the Nile river, but is soon driven back by Assyrian troops.
www.lexicorient.com /e.o/cush.htm   (578 words)

  
 Timeline of Buddhist History
590-470 BCE: Mahavir - Founder of Jainism, contemporary of the Buddha.
380 BCE: 2nd Buddhist Council; split of the "Mahasanghika" and "Sarvastivadin" schools.
247 BCE : 3rd Buddhist Council to agree on authentic Buddhist scriptures: establishment of the Theravada canon; more and separate schools within Buddhism develop.
www.omplace.com /omsites/Buddhism/timeline.html   (1156 words)

  
 PrimaryHistory562BCE   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jeremiah's prophecy was a failed one though, as in 550 BCE the Medes as a great empire ceased to exist, having been defeated and absorbed by the Persians under Cyrus.
She understands that it was only in the 7th century BCE that a village again appeared, but it was un-walled and came to an end when destroyed by the Babylonians.
If she is correct, then Jericho's re-founding in the 7th century BCE, not 9th century, is another archaeological marker that the Primary History cannot be a composition of an earlier period.
www.bibleorigins.net /PrimaryHistory562BCE.html   (5245 words)

  
 Egyptian History: Dynasties 21 to 31, the Late Period
Some time after 1080 BCE - the Tanite Nesbanebded (c.1070 - 1043) still had some control over Upper Egypt - Egypt split between a northern 21st dynasty claiming national recognition reigning from Tanis, and a line of Theban generals and high priests of Amen, who actually controlled the south from Thebes.
Egypt regained its independence in 656 BCE under Psammetic I (656-609 BCE) of Libyan origin, founder of the 26th dynasty.
The Persians ruled Egypt as a satrapy from 525 to 404 BCE, and again from 341 to 333 BCE (31st Dynasty).
www.reshafim.org.il /ad/egypt/history21-31.htm   (1555 words)

  
 THE EXHIBITION » OBJECT LIST | EGYPT AT THE FRIST • NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Twenty-first Dynasty, reign of Psusennes I, 1039–991 BCE
Twenty-second Dynasty, reign of Sheshonk I, 945–924 BCE
Twenty-sixth Dynasty, reign of Psamtik I, 664–610 BCE
www.egyptatthefrist.org /exhibition/object-list.php   (1375 words)

  
 EAWC: The Complete Chronology
Most begin their political histories as monarchies, evolve to oligarchies, are overthrown during the age of the tyrants (650-500 BCE) and eventually establish democracies in the sixth and fifth centuries.
He is condemned to death in 399 BCE on the charges of corrupting the youth and introducing new gods into Greek thought.
Both Epicurus (342-270 BCE) and Zeno, the Stoic (not to be confused with Zeno of Elea), believe in an individualistic and materialistic philosophy.
eawc.evansville.edu /chronology/index2.htm   (6231 words)

  
 ArtLex on Bronze
Greece, late 8th century BCE, Minotaur, bronze, height 18.2 cm, Louvre.
Bridle Plaque in the Form of a Resting Stag, mid 5th century BCE, bronze, 4.7 x 4.7 cm, Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Etruscan, Gabies, late 4th or early 3rd century BCE, Oinochoe in the Form of a Young Man's Head, bronze, height 30.2 cm, Louvre.
www.artlex.com /ArtLex/b/bronze.html   (596 words)

  
 ANCIENT EGYPT : The rise of Alexandro-Egyptian Hellenism and Hermetism
Between 30 BCE and 642 CE, Egypt was ruled by the Romans and the Byzantines, before it became Islamic as it still is today.
In 331 BCE, Alexander founded the city of Alexandria on the isthmus between the ocean and Lake Mariut (traditionally celebrated on the 7th of April).
The earliest individual horoscope dates from 410 BCE, whereas a cuneiform tabled dated 523 BCE indicates the ability to calculate monthly ephemerides for the Sun and Moon, the conjunctions of the planets and of the planets with each other, and eclipses.
www.maat.sofiatopia.org /hermes2.htm   (14997 words)

  
 ANCIENT EGYPT : The impact of Ancient Egypt on Greek philosophy : Memphite & Theban thought
Necho I was killed by the Nubians in 664 BCE and his son Psammetichus I (664 - 610 BCE) was an able stateman.
This period is subdivided on the basis of the pottery or the rebuilding of the palaces.
1450 BCE) and caused the elaboration of Greek Linear B based on Cretan Linear A, which is not a Greek language as evidenced by the few tablets found in Linear A (for example, the word for "total" -often used in administrative texts- cannot be understood as the archaic matrix of a Greek word).
www.sofiatopia.org /maat/hermes1.htm   (13766 words)

  
 The Glory that Was Meroë - Farlops Industries
Circa 1570 BCE: Ahmose I founds the Eighteenth Dynasty and the New Kingdom of Egypt by expelling the Hyksos.
Piye rules land that stretches from upper reaches of Ethiopia in the South to the Mediterranean in the North.
664 BCE Tanwetamani, nephew of Taharqa, conquers most of Jordan, Judea and Palestine.
www.farlops.com /2001/01/meroe.html   (725 words)

  
 A CHRONOGRAPHY OF POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS CONFLICT
771 BCE The Chou dynasty in China is forced to abandon its western capital in Hao, of the Wei River Valley and move its seat eastward to Loyang due to the threat of a barbarian invasion.
400-300 BCE The Celts settle in the Danube-Sava basin.
312 BCE Seleucus Nicator, one of Ptolemy's generals in Syria, establishes a kingdom ranging from Syria in the west to India in the east (approximately the scope of the ancient Assyrian or Babylonian Empires) and founds the Seleucid empire.
www.humanitas-international.org /perezites/archive/timeline.htm   (19687 words)

  
 Egyptvoyager.com: Luxor - Valley of the Kings
KV 35 is unlike the majority of tombs at the Valley of the Kings, as it actually contained the body of its owner.
Priests who feared for the safety of the bodies removed the vast majority of mummies from their burial chambers during the Third Intermediate Period (1064-664 BCE).
His son was Tutankhamun, and it is his tomb, KV62, that sees the return of royal burials at the Valley of the Kings, which continued up until the end of the Twentieth Dynasty (c.1069 BCE).
www.egyptvoyager.com /towns_luxor_valleyofthekings_mainpage.htm   (1159 words)

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