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 Alalakh
The city was founded during the Bronze Age in the 4th millenium BCE, as one of the first great cities of the Fertile Crescent.
There is a gap in structures, writing or works of art at Alalakh between 1200 and 850 BCE, the Dark Ages of the Ancient Near East.
The buried ruins of the city under the Tell 'Atshanah, were excavated by the British archaeologist Leonard Woolley in 1935- 1939 and 1946- 1949, during which palaces, temples, private houses and fortification walls were discovered.
www.wapipedia.com /wikipedia/mobiletopic.aspx?cur_title=Alalakh   (358 words)

  
 Alalakh - OnlineEncyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Alalakh was founded during the Bronze Age in the 4th millennium BCE, as one of the first great cities of the Fertile Crescent.
It was the capital of the Mukish kingdom, a vassal to the kingdoms of Yamhad (today Aleppo) during the 18th century BCE through to the 16th century BCE, and to Mitanni during the 15th century BCE through to the 14th century BCE.
In line with the other cities of the Levant, there is a gap in structures, writing or works of art at Alalakh between 1200 and 850 BCE, the Dark Ages of the Ancient Near East.
www.neareasternarchaeology.com /encyclopedia/index.php/Alalakh   (386 words)

  
 Science Timeline
In the second millenium bce, in the Rig-Veda it was maintained the Earth was a globe and in the Yajur-Veda that the Earth circled the Sun.
About 510 bce, Almaeon of Crotona, a member of the Pythagorean medical circle, located the seat of perception in the brain, or enkephalos, and maintained that there were passages connecting the senses to the brain, a position he was said to have arrived at by dissections of the optic nerve.
About 330 bce, Heraclides of Pontus said that the earth turns daily on its axis "while the heavenly things were at rest..., considered the cosmos to be infinite..., [and] with the Pythagoreans, considered each planet to be a world with an earth-like body and with an atmosphere" (Dreyer 1906:123-125).
www.sciencetimeline.net /prehistory.htm   (6591 words)

  
 Osorkon 2
King of Egypt 874-850 BCE, as the 5th ruler of the 22nd Dynasty.
His main building project was the additions to the Temple of Bastet at Bubastis.
850: Dies and is succeeded by his son Takelot 2.
www.lexicorient.com /e.o/osorkon2.htm   (175 words)

  
 Family Tree DNA Forum - View Single Post - Phoenician Dna?
BCE.) Usu is said to be a competitor of Sidon for maritime trade.
BCE) as one of the cities cursed by the Egyptian Priests as an enemy of pharaoh.
He felt it had been brought to North Africa no later than the late 10th or early 9th century BCE, and that it continued to be used in the 8th century.
www.familytreedna.com /forum/showpost.php?p=13693&postcount=8   (542 words)

  
 Mesha Stele   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
It was set up by Mesha 850 BCE as a record and memorial of victories in his revolt against Israel which he undertook after the death his overlord Ahab recounting:
The form the letters here used supplies very important interesting information regarding the history of the of the alphabet as well as incidentally the arts of civilized life of those in the land of Moab.
This ancient monument recording the heroic of King Mesha with Omri and Ahab was erected about 850 BCE.
www.freeglossary.com /Mesha_stele   (460 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)

  
 ExodusRouteMapsVarious   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Avaris/Tell ed Daba was abandoned the mid 16th century BCE, reoccupied in 14th/13th under Pharaoh Horemhab whose cartouche appears on a lintel of the Seth temple at Tell ed Daba (he reigned ca.
Kitchen understands that Edom was probably unsedentary for the most part in the Ramesside Exodus of the 13th century BCE and her nomadic peoples, were for him, powerful enough to prevent Israel crosssing her territory.
Could the 9th-8th century BCE Judaean pottery be "evidence" that in the days of Ahab who reigned in the 9th century BCE (ca.
www.bibleorigins.net /ExodusRouteMapsVarious.html   (7250 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Or, in another version, the god Quetzalcoatl's recipe for the new `humanity' was the ground up bones of the previous race - who had all been killed by an end-time Flood.
The gods' fifth Judgment Day is calculated to fall on 23rd - 24th December 2012 CE --- note: the correlation of that Mayan `long count' was successfully unravelled by Joseph Goodman, a Californian newspaper editor in 1905, by painstaking cross-checking of the Mayan codices and the Spanish colonial records.
--- --- After the Greek `dark age' (1150 BCE to 850 BCE?) Hesiod had to rewrite Greek mythology / religion and found a myth of "Four Great Ages" - of gold, silver, bronze, and iron, each Age inhabited by a separate "human" type.
www.perceptions.couk.com /doomsday.txt   (378 words)

  
 Welcome to Adobe GoLive 5   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
By 1500 BCE, the city had fallen under the influence of Central Anatolia's Hittite Empire.
In 1000 BCE, Smyrna was one of the important cities of the Ionian Federation.
The Lydian conquest of the city, around 600 BCE brought this period to an end and Izmir remained little more than a village throughout the Lydian and the subsequent Persian rule.
www.gocornerstore.com /Inventory_files/July_F/12F.html   (225 words)

  
 Art 100 - History & Appreciation of Art Prior to the Renaissance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The small Persian kingdom founded by Achaemes in the 7th century BCE grew into a great empire.
(521-465 BCE), the Persian empire was far larger than its Egyptian and Assyrian predecessors together.
The 100 columns at Persepolis consisted of three main parts: a lower base, a vertical shaft and a capital in the shape of resting bulls.
mil.ccc.cccd.edu /classes/art100/module2.htm   (1093 words)

  
 PAR 103: Documentary Hypothesis Reading
J and E were joined fairly early, apparently after the fall of the Northern Kingdom in 722 BCE.
It is often difficult to separate J and E stories that have merged.
According to Wellhausen, P was the latest source and the priestly editors put the Torah in its final form sometime after 539 BCE.
people.uncw.edu /bergh/par103/L12RDH.htm   (396 words)

  
 Index: ANCIENT FOOD NEWS
4000 BCE: lemons, limes, and oranges are cultivated in the Indus Valley (Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro excavations)
800 BCE: Phoenician colonists plant chickpeas and olive trees in Spain and Portugal; rice supplants millet, wheat, and barley in China
Old thinking was 10K BCE, but archaeologists at hunter-gatherer site Ohalo II in Israel turned up cereal grindings--mostly grass seeds including wild barley and emmer wheat--and burned stones that indicate these early peoples were making and baking bread long before they learned how to cultivate cereal grasses on their own.
www.soupsong.com /ioldnew.html   (1933 words)

  
 History of Writing
Around 4100-3800 BCE, the tokens began to be symbols that could be impressed or inscribed in clay to represent a record of land, grain or cattle and a written language was beginning to develop.
One of the earliest examples was found in the excavations of Uruk in Mesopotamia at a level representing the time of the crystallization of the Sumerian culture.
One of the earliest examples is the name of NAR-MER, either the first or second Pharoah of an united Egypt in 3100 BCE.
www.historian.net /hxwrite.htm   (1069 words)

  
 SANDS OF TIME ANTIQUITIES
Large Footed Bowl, 2nd half of 8th to early 7th cent.
BCE Black burnished impasto, wide shallow bowl with low foot and large vertical round handle that carries three cord impressions near the bowl.
Two small knobs close to the handle are on the outside of the rim which further carries a decoration of bands and diagonal lines impressed in the clay with fine string.
www.sandsoftimeantiquities.com /order/itemDetail.asp?v=36&vprodid=1269&vOrder=   (76 words)

  
 Teacher Packet: Greek Pottery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The neck is emphasized and set off both by the decorative panels and the lines which bound them.
Also typical of the Geometric style is the tendency to fill the entire surface of the vase and the use of small floral ornaments to fill blank space in the panels with figural decoration.
Birds and deer entered the Attic repertory at about 850 BCE, along with other animals, but are subjected to the rigid Geometric style; note that the thighs and feet of the bird are reduced to triangles.
www.joslyn.org /teach/packets/pots/pots03.html   (205 words)

  
 JRTV - Madaba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
His victory was short-lived, however, as in the mid-ninth century BCE the Moabite King Mesha freed the city from the control of the Israelites (2 Kings 3).
Mesha, whose capital was the ancient city of Dibon (now called Dhiban, and located just north of Wadi Mujib), recorded his victories on the famous Mesha Stele, an inscribed stone set up in about 850 BCE.
The rich farmlands around Madaba were coveted and fought over by the Edomites, Moabites, Ammonites, Israelites and other local kingdoms.
www.jrtv.gov.jo /jrtv/pages.php?menu_id=71&local_type=0&local_id=0&local_details=0&local_details1=0&localsite_branchname=JRTV   (455 words)

  
 Broadband Networking Financial News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
On April 24, BCE (Bell Canada Enterprises), Canada’s largest communications company, decided to cease long-term funding of Teleglobe.
BCE provided Teleglobe with C$550 million (US$350 million) of funding since December 2001.
Following the decision, Jean C. Monty, chairman and CEO of BCE, resigned immediately.
www.convergedigest.com /Mergers/financialarticle.asp?ID=4283   (329 words)

  
 Alalakh
Alalakh was an ancient city in southern Turkey, located in the Hatay region near Antioch (today Antakya).
The city was founded during the Bronze Age in the 4th millennium BCE, as one of the first great cities of the Fertile Crescent.
The buried ruins of the city under the Tell 'Atshanah, were excavated by the British archaeologist Leonard Woolley in 1935-1939 and 1946-1949, during which palaces, temples, private houses and fortification walls were discovered.
www.faqfolio.com /faqfolio/a/al/alalakh.html   (337 words)

  
 The world's top mesha stele 1 websites
It was set up by Mesha, about 850 BCE, as a record and memorial of his victories in his revolt against Israel, which he undertook after the death of his overlord, Ahab, recounting:
The form of the letters here used supplies very important and interesting information regarding the history of the formation of the alphabet, as well as, incidentally, regarding the arts of civilized life of those times in the land of Moab.
This ancient monument, recording the heroic struggles of King Mesha with Omri and Ahab, was erected about 850 BCE.
www.websbiggest.com /wiki-article-tab.cfm/mesha_stele_1?   (570 words)

  
 Art History, Second Edition Chapter 2 -- Image Links
From the "Royal Tombs of Ur" click on "Ram in the Thicket," from the third millennium BCE., to learn about its conservation; this item is made of gold, silver, lapis lazuli and other materials
The Metropolitan Museum of Art shows a Human Headed Winged Lion from the palace of Asurnasirpal II, c.
Reconstruction drawing of Babylon in the 6th century BCE.
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 A Small Dose Of... The History of Toxicology
Antiquity (2000 BCE-476 CE Shen Nung (2696 BCE)
Homer (about 850 BCE) Wrote of the use of arrows poisoned with venom in the epic tale of The Odyssey and The Iliad.
Socrates was charged with religious heresy and corrupting the morals of local youth.
www.asmalldoseof.org /historyoftox/antiquity.htox.php   (490 words)

  
 Osorkon
In the political arena, he was active in seeking alliances to counter the rising power of Assyria.
777-749 BCE) was the great-grandson of Osorkon II.
At a time of extreme insecurity in Egypt, he managed to contain the influence of his rivals in the south by skilful manipulation of ecclesiastical appointments which was one of the marks of the time.
www.ancientsites.com /aw/Families/Family/251563   (237 words)

  
 Talking Timeline of World History
Arthropods, with an exoskeleton that provides support and prevents water loss, are the first animals to invade the land.
Chaldean king of Babylon (556 BCE), and son of Nergal-sharezer (Neriglissar).
There are many reasons to believe that this was actually written 167-164 BCE, during the revolt and assault by Antiochus IV, and few reason to believe an older date.
www.talkingtimeline.com /timeline   (3671 words)

  
 Stock Quote and Chart for BCE Inc Series A C Pfd C [TSE]
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 Exodus 22:18 and Wicca/Witchcraft
The King James Version and Revised English Bible use the term "witch." In North America, the term normally refers to Wiccans -- the followers of the Wiccan religion.
According to the Scofield Reference Bible this verse from the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) was written in the year 1491 BCE.
This is some 650 years before the origin of the Celtic people circa 850 BCE from whom some elements of Wicca were taken.
www.religioustolerance.org /wic_bibl2.htm   (471 words)

  
 Ot-vips
A soldier in the Israelite army, he was the first husband of Bathsheba.
One of the twelve minor prophets, his first oracle is dated to 520 BCE, the same year in which Haggai began his ministry.
The first six chapters of the book certainly belong to Zechariah, while the last six chapters (sometimes called Deutero-Zechariah) generally are attributed to one or more unknown authors.
www.jcu.edu /bible/200/Readings/OT_VIPs.htm   (3565 words)

  
 Classical Studies (humanities.classics) FAQ FAQ
Aeschylus dates: 525-456 BCE language of composition: Greek genre: drama style: Classical Attic tragedy diff : 8 works: Persians, Seven Against Thebes, Agamemnon, Libation-Bearers, Eumenides, Supplices, Prometheus Bound fun fact: Aeschylus was accidentally killed when an eagle dropped a tortoise on his bald head, mistaking him for a stone.
Caesar (Julius) dates: c.100-15 March 44 BCE language of composition: Latin genre: Commentaries (diaries of his military and political career) style: concise and objective at first sight; really, a praise for his own and his army's work.
Thucydides dates: 460-400 BCE language of composition: Greek genre: prose history style: some poeticisms, elliptical, likes antithesis diff : 10 (hardest prose author) works: Peloponnesian War fun fact: His account of Pericles' funeral oration, a wonderful piece of pro-Athenian propaganda, is followed by a harrowing account of the plague that struck Athens shortly afterward.
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 ALALAKH   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
O primeiro palácio em Alalakh era ca construído 2000 BCE, contemporary com o terceiro dynasty de Ur.
Na linha com as outras cidades do Levant, há uma abertura nas estruturas, na escrita ou nos trabalhos de arte em Alalakh entre 1200 e 850 BCE, as idades escuras do leste próximo antigo.
Os textos de Akkadian de Alalakh incluem listas da palavra, omens astological e conjurations, as.well.as os registros econômicos que atestam negociar intenso com as cidades do othcr including Ugarit e o Hattusas de capital hittite que envolve a grão, o vinho e o óleo verde-oliva.
www.faktoport.com /wiki/pt/al/Alalakh.htm   (345 words)

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