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  720s BC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
728 BC - Death of Tiglath-Pileser III, king of Assyria (or 727 BC)
727 BC - Shalmaneser V becomes king of Assyria (dies 723 BC)
727 BC - Tefnakhte founds the Twenty-fourth dynasty of Egypt
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This is, again, matched by the sudden emergence of the NBP luxury ware (700-300 BCE, Kennedy 1995: 229) and the emergence of the first eastern kingdoms such as Kosala (but not yet of Magadha, that still is off limits to Brahmins).
BCE, of both the Chinese via Tibet, Ladakh and Nepal, and the Arabs into Sindh in the 7-8th c.
The speakers of Indo-Aryan and the local population must therefore have interacted on a bilingual basis for a long period, before the composition of the present RV hymns with their highly hieratic, poetical speech (Kuiper 1991, and 2000).[N.54] An absolute date for this extended period can be inferred from the linguistic peculiarities of Mitanni-IA (c.
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 History of Iraq - dKosopedia
By 6000 BCE the Sumerian people had become established in this region, and the cities which they founded were among the eariliest to have systematic trade, law and written literature.
In 859 BCE this period came to an abrupt end, as the Assyrians, a militaristic semitic people, established an empire that began with the conquering Phonecian cities of the Levant.
In 330 BCE Mesopotamia was conquered by Alexander the Great, who defeated the Persians to cement his control of the areas formally under their control.
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 Map of Ancient Israel - Nabatea   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Nabataea was made the province of Arabia in 105, governed by a praetorian legate with one legion.
The Assyrian texts are the first to refer to the Nabataeans, who at that time occupied the land south and east of Edom (ancient Midian).
During 64-63 BCE the kingdom of Nabataea was conquered by the Romans under Pompey, who restored the Hellenistic cities destroyed by the Jews and set up the Decapolis.
www.bible-history.com /geography/ancient-israel/nabatea.html   (380 words)

 Dead Sea Scrolls -- Timeline
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.
Ramsses II (1290-1224 BCE or 1279-1212 BCE) Pharaoh of Egypt.
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 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.
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 TFBA - Hezekiah's Reforms and the Revolt against Assyria
The use of the altar stones in repairing the storehouse is an illustration of the construction activities undertaken by Hezekiah for the storage and distribution of foodstuffs to the priests (Chr 31:15, 19) and for the rebellion.
The structure belongs to Stratum VIB which was terminated at the end of the eighth century BCE in a great conflagration, brought on by a military action as evident from the weapons (arrowheads, sling stones, etc.) found throughout the site.
An inscription found near the outlet of the tunnel and dated paleographically to the eighth century BCE strengthened the identification of the tunnel which is now known as Hezekiah’s Tunnel.
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It was during Hezekiah's reign that the northern Israelite Kingdom was exiled by Assyria in 720 BCE (Kings II 18;9-11).
From the years 167 until 163 BCE, it appears that the Jewish stronghold was the Temple Mount, while the rest of the city remained under Greek control until 152 when Jonathan (Judah's brother) entered Jerusalem as governor and high priest by royal (Greek) appointment.
In the year 63 BCE, Jerusalem fell to Pompey, Rome's "conquering hero." Between the strong resistance in Jerusalem, and the geographic layout of the city, it took almost 3 months of siege before the Romans were able to breach the walls and take over.
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We are informed by some Conservative scholars that 1 Kings 6:1 suggests that the Exodus occurred approximately 1446 BCE, providing a "historical marker" that the narrator understands that Zo'an and Hebron "predate" the Exodus of the mid 15th century BCE.
Scholars have determined that the earliest mention of Zo'an in Egyptian records is of the 13th century BCE, and that it appears again as a minor provincial town in the 12th century.
In 727 BCE the capital was moved to Sais under Pharaoh Tefnakht, founder of the 22nd Dynasty who reigned ca.
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 Romanarmy.com - A history, archaeological and reenactment community - Legio XII Fulminata   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
A legio XII is known from the siege of Perusia (41/40 BCE) where it fought in the army of the young Caesar (slingbullets with the numeral of the legion, Ephem.Epigr.
At the time of the Augustus’ reign, it seems that veterans were sent to Parma (XI 1058) and to Thermae Himeraeae in Sicily, which may have been founded in 733 AUC (21 BCE), the inscription CIL X 7349 was dedicated to the tribune of the XIIth leading the deduction.
The colony of Patrea, Achaia, founded in 738 AUC (16 BCE) was settled with veterans of two legions (CIL III p.95).
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 assyria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
He reigned during the years 745 – 727 BCE (during the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham and Ahaz of Judah, and the end of the northern kingdom of Israel).
In 732 BCE, the Assyrians conquered Damascus and Tyre.
In 614 BCE, the Chaldeans (or Babylonians) and the Medes captured and destroyed the city of Ashur, the religious capital of the Assyrians.
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But the 8th century BCE saw the sudden appearance in Israel and Judah of a strikingly new form of prophecy, which can be identified objectively by its use of writing.
These are the first prophets to leave us written accounts of their activities and their words (while Jonah belongs to this period as well, he does not appear to be the author of the book of Jonah, which also has a different literary form than those of the other prophets of the era).
Despite the death of Tiglath-Pileser III in 727 BCE, Assyrian domination of the region remained in tact.
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Before 1200 BCE and after the 800's BCE there were several important empires in the ancient Near East.
Between the early ninth century and the late seventh century, (859-612 BCE) the Assyrians conquered and ruled over societies stretching from the Tigris-Euphrates river valley to the Nile valley.
The peak of the empire was achieved under the ruler Tiglath-Pileser III (745-727 BCE.) This empire created opportunities for change and interchange, however, interaction took place as a result of force and repression.
www.hcc.hawaii.edu /distance/hist151/persia.htm   (1408 words)

 EJVS 7-3.htm
If the RV is to be located in the Panjab, and supposedly to be dated well before the supposed 1900 BCE drying up of the sarasvatI, at 4-5000 BCE (Kak 1994, Misra 1992), the text should not contain evidence of the domesticated horse (not found in the subcontinent before c.
In sum, Misra's ad hoc rules do not make for a new system,[N.82] they are, in fact, a throwback, a regression to the early stages of IE comparative linguistics when strict rules of sound correspondences (Lautgesetze) had not yet been established by the Leipzig Junggrammnatiker School of c.
While this is impossible on text-internal, cultural grounds, their hypothetical old RV would have the comparatively modern form of Old Indo-Aryan that would, nevertheless, precede that of the very archaic Hittite by a margin of some 3000 years.
www.people.fas.harvard.edu /~witzel/EJVS-7-3.htm   (17476 words)

 BikeAbout Trip Log: January 13, 1998
Herod lived from 73–4 BCE and was King of Judea (thus, King of the Jews) from the year 37 BCE until his death.
In 538 BCE, the former inhabitants who had been forced out of Jerusalem by its defeat were allowed to return by King Cyrus of Persia.
In 333 BCE, after Alexander the Great died and his empire (which included Jerusalem) was divided, Jerusalem underwent a process called Hellenization.
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 4Reference || Kings of Babylon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
This uses the traditional Middle Chronology, although there is now reason to believe it may be too early by as much as a century.
These rulers did not rule Babylon itself, but their numbering scheme was continued by later Kassite Kings of Babylon, and so they are listed here.
c.1570 BCE *Burnaburiash I *Kashtiliash III *Ulamburiash *Agum III *Kadashman-harbe I *Karaindash *Kurigalzu I *Kadashman-Enlil I d.
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 BCE Online Ordering   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
This form is for use with reorders only using BCE reorder numbers, if you are placing a new business card order, please click here to use the new-order form!
Please use BCE names for all paper and ink colors.
BCE will email a confirmation to indicate that we have received your order.
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Thus, if we find Iberi located at the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains in 100 BCE we cannot definitely decide if they came from the more ancient Haberi of the 15th century BCE, or if they derived from the Ibri tribes who were resettled in the cities of the Medes in 700 BCE.
After the death of Sulla in 78 BCE Mithridates levied an army to expel the Romans from Asia.
Heavy campaigns against them began around 150 BCE but they were not subdued until the reigns of Agrippa and Augustus, at the time of Jesus.
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 The Kings Calendar
Jehoiakim commences in 608 or 607 BCE and dies in 598 or 597 BCE
Zedekiah commences in 597 or 596 BCE and dies in 587 or 586 BCE.
While 842/841 BCE is the current date for the succession of Hazael to the Syrian Throne, this is based upon the 'first' archaeological records to mention him, and there can be no sustainable argument to oppose the 'King's Calendar' assertion of a significantly earlier starting date.
www.kingscalendar.com /cgi-bin/index.cgi?action=viewnews&id=99   (13947 words)

 The City of David
The city of David continued being a part of Jerusalem and an Iron Age wall was built round it.
During the Babylonian conquest of the City of David was fiercely defended (586/7 BCE), which is illustrated by the archaeological finds.
The population grew during the Hasmonean kings in the second century BCE; they extended Jerusalem again to the west and encompassed the City of David into it.
www.jewishmag.com /60mag/cityofdavid/cityofdavid.htm   (1799 words)

 Anno_Lucis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The Masonic calendar traditionally dated from 4004 BCE; the creation of the universe, Anno Mundi, as computed by Bishop Ussher in 1650-54 and stated in the margins of older printings of the Authorized King James Bible.
There is no Masonic significance to either date, other than a desire by early Masonic writers to create as ancient a lineage for Freemasonry as their imaginations would allow.
Using the Book of Genesis, and other histories, he determined that the universe was created in the year 4004 BCE, on October 23rd, beginning at sunset of the 22nd.
www.phoenixmasonry.org /anno_lucis.htm   (318 words)

 Origin by Yair Davidiy chapter two
In the period 700-500 BCE (or somewhat later) Ireland was settled by a people who employed concentrated hill forts which usage is often associated with Celtic culture.
After 600 BCE they were influenced directly by European Halstatt (“Celtic”) Civilization and from 200 BCE to 300 CE a presumably new group introduced into Ireland ring forts similar to those known in northern Portugal and Spanish Galicia.
After 573 BCE the east-west connection between the Phoenician settlements of Spain and the Middle East was to disappear.
www.britam.org /origintwo.html   (4484 words)

 Bell Canada Enterprises Reports First Quarter Results
BCE's 2004 First Quarter Shareholder Report (which contains BCE's 2004 first quarter MDandA and unaudited consolidated financial statements) and other relevant financial materials are available at http://www.bce.ca/en/investors, under "Investor Briefcase".
BCE's 2004 First Quarter Shareholder Report is also available on the Web site maintained by the Canadian securities regulators at http://www.sedar.com/.
BCE's 2004 First Quarter Shareholder Report will be sent to BCE's shareholders who have requested to receive it on or about May 11, 2004.
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 List of kings of Babylon -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
This uses the traditional (additional info and facts about Middle Chronology) Middle Chronology, although there is now reason to believe it may be too early by as much as a century.
These rulers did not rule Babylon itself, but their (additional info and facts about numbering scheme) numbering scheme was continued by later Kassite Kings of Babylon, and so they are listed here.
Assyrian Sack of Babylon, (additional info and facts about 689 BCE) 689 BCE; Babylon is rebuilt by (additional info and facts about Esarhaddon) Esarhaddon of Assyria in the (additional info and facts about 670s BCE) 670s BCE
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/l/li/list_of_kings_of_babylon.htm   (1578 words)

 A cherub ivory carving   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Ornan ascribes the Cherub to the Phoenician style of the ninth century BCE.
(744 to 727 BCE) that a French expedition excavated in 1928.
Borowski believes the Assyrians may have conquered Hazael’s capital and brought the ivories 200 miles north to Hadatu as part of their booty.
www.recoveredscience.com /astronomy1.htm   (2071 words)

 4Reference || Kings of Assyria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
*Ashur-nadin-apli *Ashur-nirari III *Enlil-kudurri-usur *Ninurta-apal-Ekur 1192-1180 BCE *Ashur-dan I 1179-1134 BCE *Ashur-resh-ishi I 1133-1116 BCE
*Shamshi-Adad V (823 - 811 BCE) *Adad-nirari III (810 - 783 BCE) **Semiramis of Babylon, regent, (810 - 805 BCE) *Shalmaneser IV (783 - 772 BCE) *Ashur-Dan III (772 - 755 BCE) *Ashur-nirari V (754 - 745 BCE)
*Ashur-etil-ilani (631 - 629 BCE) *Sin-shar-ishkun (629 - 612 BCE) in 612 BCE, Nineveh, the Assyrian capital, fell to the Medes and Babylonians, an Assyrian general continued to rule for a few years from Harran as *Ashur-uballit II (612 - 609 BCE) See also: Chronology of Babylonia and Assyria
www.4reference.net /encyclopedias/wikipedia/Kings_of_Assyria.html   (239 words)

The first, and less likely possibility, is that it is part of a large structure built by descendents of the Maccabees who ruled Judea just before Herod.
As for the reasons why rogems were constructed, "Its anyone's guess," Greenberg says, "many scholars have made many different hypotheses, but the truth is, it remains one big question mark.
Following the Persian period, there was an occupation gap until the 1st century BCE, the time of the Hasmonean, and later Herodian, rule.
www.exorthodoxforchrist.com /jerusalem.htm   (2760 words)

 Ancient Arabia
Hardly anything about these isolated 'people without history' is known, although it seems certain that they became dromedary riders in the tenth or ninth century BCE.
Other references can be found in the Assyrian king Salmanasser's account of a battle in 853 BCE and in the reports about a kingdom named Aribi, that is mentioned from Tiglath-Pileser III (ruled 745-727) onward and was an Assyrian vassal until the second half of the seventh century.
From now on, Saba and Himyar were competitors, and they sometimes invited foreign powers to assist them in their wars: e.g., tribes from Arabia Deserta or Ethiopian warriors from Aksum.
www.livius.org /ap-ark/arabia/arabia.html   (1102 words)

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