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  The Schoyen Collection: 12. Dead Sea Scrolls
The fragments were among those found by the Bedouin in cave 1 in Qumran in late 1946, Cave 4 in 1952, and cave 11 in 1956, and subsequently sold to the dealer Kando in Bethlehem.
BC, 1 fragment of a scroll, 3,3x1,6 cm, 1 partial column, (original column 20x13 cm), part of 4 lines (originally 29 lines), in a formal Hasmonaean Hebrew book script; a fragment, 0,7x0,8 cm, with the offset of the letters Shin and Lamed; 2 uninscribed fragments, 2,0x0,7 cm and 0,5x0,5 cm.
BC, the Genesis Apocryphon is a form of parabiblical literature, which retells the story of parts of Genesis, embellishing it and adding haggadic details.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 52 BC
Battle of Alesia, 52 BC Alesia 52 BC This battle completed Caesar's conquest of Gaul during the Gallic War of 58-52 BC.
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 Picenum.
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.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: 59 BC
Ptolemy XIV (lived 60 BC/59 BC - 44 BC, reigned 47 BC - 44 BC), a son of Ptolemy XII of Egypt was one of the last members of the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt.
On March 15, 44 BC Caesar was murdered in Rome by a group of conspirators whose most notable members were Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus.
Caesar was able to reconcile the rivals Pompey and Crassus, both extremely rich men with distinguished military and senatorial careers, and acted in both their interests when elected consul, before using his proconsular appointment as governor of Gaul to gain a military reputation himself.
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 Catiline - Encyclopedia.com
Catiline (Lucius Sergius Catilina), c.108 BC-62 BC, Roman politician and conspirator.
At first a conservative and a partisan of Sulla, he was praetor in 68 BC and governor of Africa in 67 BC The next year he was barred from candidacy for the consulship by false accusations of misconduct in office.
In 63 BC he ran again for consul, but was defeated by the incumbent, Cicero, and the conservative party.
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 68 BC - Biocrawler
Centuries: 2nd century BC - 1st century BC - 1st century
Years: 73 BC 72 BC 71 BC 70 BC 69 BC 68 BC 67 BC 66 BC 65 BC 64 BC 63 BC
Princess Arsinoe IV of Egypt, daughter of Ptolemy XII of Egypt and probably Cleopatra V of Egypt (or 67 BC).
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 Author:Marcus Tullius Cicero/68 BC - Wikisource
He had already been quaestor (B.C. 75) and aedile (B.C. 69), and was looking forward to his election to the praetorship in the next year (B.C. He had already risen almost to the highest place in his profession as advocate, and had partly delivered, partly published his great indictment of Verres only a year ago.
Atticus had lived abroad in Athens and Epirus, with occasional visits home from B.C. 88 to B.C. 65, in which latter year he seems to have returned for a more lengthened stay (Nep.
The two friends have already corresponded frequently, but this is the first letter preserved.
en.wikisource.org /wiki/Author:Marcus_Tullius_Cicero/68_BC   (217 words)

  
 68 BC - Definition, explanation
See Orcas with on-board naturalists on the "Island Roamer", a 68-ft ketch.
Former Pennsylvania governor Casey dies at age 68
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 COL BKB: Marquette 68, Maryland BC 46 : Sports
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 BC Forums - Index
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  Ancient Roman Imperial Coins - page 2
AR denarius of Julius Caesar, struck 47-46 BC.
AR denarius of Julius Caesar, struck 49-48 BC.
Note: This silver quinarius commemorates the subjugation and annexation of the province of Asia (28 BC).
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 SKAT: Ejendom - vurdering - lokalplan - bebyggelsesprocent
68 bc som helhed, hvilket ligeledes indicerer rigtigheden af ovennævnte antagelse.
68 bc, Hune by, Hune, passende kan tage udgangspunkt i følgende specifikation:
68 bc's areal medregnes ved beregningen af bebyggelsesprocenten, jf.
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 BC Hydro - Info - Questions and Answers: F2006 Open Call for Power   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BC Hydro's answers to Bidder's questions are for general information only, do not constitute legal or other advice, and do not amend, or form part of the CFT, unless confirmed by Addendum or revised CFT Forms or CFT Reference Documents.
BC Hydro will use the BCTC Bulk Transmission System Cost of Incremental Firm Transmission report posted on the BCTC website and current at the time the interconnection and transmission adjustments are determined (the "CIFT" report) for purposes of establishing the cumulative cost of incremental firm transmission along the bulk transmission system to the load centre.
BC Hydro will use the BCTC Bulk Transmission System Cost of Incremental Firm Transmission ("CIFT") report posted on the BCTC website that is current at the time the interconnection and transmission adjustments are determined for purposes of establishing the cumulative cost of incremental firm transmission along the bulk transmission system to the load centre.
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 Roman Timeline of the First Century BC
84 BC The new Italian citizens enfranchised by the lex Julia, lex Pompeia and lex Papiria are redistributed throughout all thirty-five tribes of Rome.
75 BC Caecilius Metellus Pius annihilates the army of the Sertorian lieutenant Lucius Hirtuleius at the Battle of Segovia.
68 BC Julius Caesar marries Pompeia Sulla, the granddaughter of Sulla and a relative of Gn.
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 68 BC - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
2nd century BC · 1st century BC · 1st century
68 BC 67 BC 66 BC 65 BC
Princess Arsinoe IV of Egypt, daughter of Ptolemy XII of Egypt and probably Cleopatra V of Egypt (or 67 BC)
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 BBC - History - Cleopatra (c.69 BC - 30 BC)
Cleopatra was born in 69 BC - 68 BC.
Whether she was as beautiful as was claimed, she was a highly intelligent woman and an astute politician, who brought prosperity and peace to a country that was bankrupt and split by civil war.
In 48 BC Egypt became embroiled in the conflict in Rome between Julius Caesar and Pompey.
www.bbc.co.uk /history/historic_figures/cleopatra.shtml   (365 words)

  
 Catiline Summary
Lucius Sergius Catilina (108 BC?–62 BC), known in English as Catiline, was a Roman politician of the 1st century BC who is best known for the Catiline (or Catilinarian) conspiracy, an attempt to overthrow the Roman Republic, and in particular the power of the aristocratic Senate.
Catiline was born in 108 BC (or possibly slightly earlier) to one of the oldest patrician families at Rome.
During 64 BC Catiline was officially accepted as a candidate in the consular election for 63 BC.
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 PRESS RELEASE Southern Star Drills 36.32 metres Grading 8.35 g/tonne Gold at it's Red Lake Gold Eagle Mine Property   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BC 17-10 intersected the longest high-grade gold intercept drilled to date (8.35 g/t over 36.22 metres or 0.24 oz/ton over 119.16 feet, including 14.24 g/t over 9.43 meters or 0.42 oz/ton over 30.94 feet).
The BC19-1, a master hole, was drilled from the same location as BC 10 and BC 11, and aimed further south than its predecessors.
BC 19-1 intersected and extended the "mineralized envelope" approximately 65 metres horizontally southwest along the Bruce Channel.
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 Clodius
It is said that he and his sister Clodia changed the spelling of their names from Claudius to disassociate themselves from the aristocratic branch of their family and its respectable roots.
68 BC Started a mutiny against Lucullus, with whom he served early in his career.
62 BC Disguised himself as a woman and infiltrated the rites of the Bona Dea which were held in the home of the Pontifex Maximus Julius Caesar.
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Assyrian rule (875-608 BC) deprived the Phoenician cities of their independence and prosperity and brought repeated, unsuccessful rebellions.
In the middle of the 8th century BC, TYRE and BYBLOS rebelled, but the Assyrian ruler, Tiglath-Pileser, subdued the rebels and imposed heavy tributes on them.
Oppression continued unabated, and TYRE rebelled again, this time against SARGON II (722-OS BC), who successfully besieged the city in 721 BC and punished its population.During the 7th century BC, SIDON rebelled; it was completely destroyed by Esarhaddon (681-68 BC), and its inhabitants were enslaved.
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 68 BC
68 BC Centuries: 2nd century BC - 1st century BC - 1st century
Decades: 110s BC 100s BC 90s BC 80s BC 70s BC - 60s BC - 50s BC 40s BC 30s BC 20s BC 10s BC
It was early morning when we set out, disdaining our trim three-mile swim across the still water.
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 Roman Fleet   (Site not responding. Last check: )
But as Rome gained control of the lands of the eastern Mediterranean, so the sea power of the Greek cities declined, and in the years 70-68 BC the pirates of Cilicia were able to carry on their trade with impunity right up to the Italian coastline.
In 36 BC Sextus was finally defeated at Naucholus and Rome became, once more, mistress of the western Mediterranean.
Squadrons of the fleet were operating along the lower stretches of the river as early as 12 BC under Drusus the Elder, but with as yet little understanding of the tides his ships were left high and dry in the Zuyder Zee and his forces were only saved by the Frisian allies.
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 68 BC
Centuries: 2nd century BC - 1st century BC - 1st century
Decades: 110s BC 100s BC 90s BC 80s BC 70s BC - 60s BC - 50s BC 40s BC 30s BC 20s BC 10s BC
Years: 73 BC 72 BC 71 BC 70 BC 69 BC 68 BC 67 BC 66 BC 65 BC 64 BC 63 BC
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 Elementary POW, October 30 - November 3, 1995
The man was born in 97 BC His son was born in 82 BC The son marries in 68 BC His daughter is born in 65 BC and His daughter marries in the year 50 BC at the age of 15 2.
The son marries and has the daughter 17 years later or in 65 BC and the daughter marries in the year 50 BC when she is 15 and her grandfather is 47 years old.
----------------------------------------------------------------- BC The grandfather is born in 97 b.c..
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 .: The Assamite X :.
~7500 BC - Haqim is appointed judge of the Second City by his peers and founds the bloodline of judges, which will later become the warrior caste.
~7200 BC - The Baali are defeated by the combined forces of Salubri and Assamites.
146 BC - Carthage is destroyed by Roman armies.
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 Ethics of Legalism, Qin Empire and Han Dynasty by Sanderson Beck
Qin Empire 221-206 BC In 221 BC when Qin took over Qi, the last of the other six states, King Zheng's first official act was to declare himself First August Emperor (Shih Huang Di) of what we still call China from the name of his state of Qin.
One day in 213 BC when the Emperor was entertaining seventy scholars with wine, one of them complained that the sons and brothers of the Emperor were commoners and that if anyone threatened him he would not be able to respond, because the Emperor had gone against the ancient tradition.
Finally in 202 BC the king of Han assumed the position of supreme Emperor and was renamed Gaozu meaning "Exalted Ancestor." Han Xin was transfered to be king of Chu; Peng Yue was made king of Liang and Wu Rui king of Changsha.
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 Augustus Caesar, 68 B.C. - A.D. 14
Augustus Caesar, 68 B.C. Augustus Caesar, 68 B.C. The first Roman emperor, Augustus Caesar (born Gaius Octavius), was the son of Gaius Octavius, senator and praetor, and Atia, Julius Caesar's niece.
War was declared against Cleopatra (69-30 B.C.), whom the Romans hated and mistrusted, and in the naval battle at Actium off the west coast of Greece, Octavian became the sole ruler of the Roman world.
Antony's son by Fulvia, and Caesarion, son of Caesar and Cleopatra, were killed and in 29 B.C., Octavian returned to Rome in triumph and proclaimed universal peace throughout the Roman world.
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 Boston College 101, Sacred Heart 68 - Boston.com
The school-record for most points in any half at home is 71, set Dec. 2, 1991 in a 123-78 win over New Hampshire.
The Pioneers came in on a scoring spree, averaging 94.3 points per game during a three-game winning streak with their up-tempo style.
Sean Williams and Tyrese Rice had 16 points apiece for BC, and Shamari Spears had 11 points and 12 rebounds.
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 Pirates :: P : Gourt
By the 1st century BC, there were pirate states along the Anatolian coast, threatening the commerce of the Roman Empire.
When Sulla died in 78 BC, Julius Caesar returned to Rome as a lawyer, prosecuted Sulla's supporters, and headed to the Greek town of Rhodes to study oratory.
It was not until 68 BC that the Romans finally conquered Illyria and made it a province, ending their threat.
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 BC's O'Brien hoping for school record against BYU - Boston.com
T.O'B. is BC coach Tom O'Brien, who is going into full information lockdown mode this week as the No. 23 Eagles (2-0) prepare for Brigham Young (1-1).
O'Brien has won plenty since arriving in Chestnut Hill in 1997 after a gambling scandal led to the suspensions of 13 football players and the departures of the athletic director and football coach Dan Henning.
Under O'Brien, BC has played in seven consecutive bowl games and won six -- the longest such streak in the nation.
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 Resultados y clasificaciones | terra
BC Siauliai 1 0 1 97 104 1.4.
Dinamo Moscú 1 1 0 91 68 2 -.
BC Kalev - - - -- -- -.4.
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