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  Alyattes II
Alyattes II, king of Lydia (609-560 BC), the real founder of the Lydian empire[?], was the son of Sadyattes, of the house of the Mermnadae[?].
On May 28, 585 BC, during a battle on the Halys[?] against Cyaxares[?], king of Media, a solar eclipse took place (see also Thales); hostilities were suspended, peace concluded, and the Halys fixed as the boundary between the two kingdoms.
Alyattes drove the Cimmerii (see Scythia) from Asia, subdued the Carians[?], and took several Ionian cities (Smyrna, Colophon).
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 Lydia Information - Online Prescription Medication Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Croesus was beaten by Cyrus in 546 BC, and the kingdom became a province of the Persian Empire.
Alyattes II (609 or 619-560BC) - one of the greatest rulers on Lydia.
The Battle of the Eclipse was the final battle in a fifteen-year war between Alyattes II of Lydia and Cyaxares of the Medes.
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 Cambyses I of Anshan Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
His wife was reportedly a granddaughter to both Cyaxares of Media and Alyattes II of Lydia.
The result of their marriage was the birth of his successor Cyrus II the Great.
This was not the case with Cyrus II who would grow to depose his grandfather.
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 This Month in History, May
A solar eclipse occurred, as predicted by Thales, while Alyattes II was battling Cyaxares, leading to a truce.
The bodies of several unidentified soldiers killed in action during World War II and the Korean War are buried at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery.
World War II Nazi SS official, Adolf Eichmann, was hanged at Ramla prison in Israel (to be accurate, the execution took place a few minutes after midnight making June 1 the official date of death).
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 Alyattes II - Wikipedia
Alyattes II was koning van Lydië van 619 v.
Hij was de zoon van Sadyattes, van het huis van Mermnadae, en wordt beschouwd als de echte stichter van het Lydische rijk.
Alyattes II zette de oorlog tegen Milete, die door zijn vader begonnen was, gedurende verscheidene jaren voort, maar werd verplicht zijn aandacht te vestigen op de Meden en de Babyloniërs.
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II 612-609 This dominance lasted slightly less than 300 years, going into overdrive under the Sargonids in the last century.
Alyattes I Myrsus (Meles) Candaules Mermnadae [110]Gyges 685-644 Ardys II 644-615 Sadyattes 615-610 Alyattes II 610-560 Battle of the Eclipse, 585 Croesus 560-547 The Medes expanded their domain at the expense of Anatolian kingdoms, culminating in the Battle of the Eclipse on 28 May 585 BC with the Lydians.
King Agesilaus II was given a banquet by the King of Egypt (this would have been Takhôs of the [146]XXX Dynasty).
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 Cyrus the Great   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
As leader of the Persian people in Anshan, he conquered the Medes and unified the two separate Iranian kingdoms; as the king of Persia, he reigned over the new empire from 559 BC until his death.
According to Herodotus and the Behistun Inscription, she bore Cyrus at least two sons, Cambyses II and Smerdis.
Astyages had been allied with his brother-in-law Croesus of Lydia (son of Alyattes II), Nabonidus of Babylon, and Amasis II of Egypt, who reportedly intended to join forces against Cyrus and Empire.
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 CalendarHome.com - 580s BC - Calendar Encyclopedia
588 BC - Nebuchadrezzar II of Babylon begins siege of Jerusalem; the opera Nabucco sets the date at 587 BC Jerusalem falls to the Babylonians, ending the Kingdom of Judah.
The conquerors destroy the Temple of Jerusalem and exile the land's remaining inhabitants.
585 BC - May 28 - A solar eclipse occurs as predicted by Thales, while Alyattes II is battling Cyaxares.
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 Greek Philosophy
One story repeated by the Greek historian Herodotus is that the Phoenicians sailed entirely around Africa on commission from King Neko II of Egypt.
This antiquarian project is then found together with the first hints of the Hellenistic Age, since the reliance of the Saite Kings on Greek mercenary soldiers and the significant presence of Greek traders in Egypt launches a Greek presence that soon enough becomes dominant.
King Agesilaus II was given a banquet by the King of Egypt (this would have been Takhôs of the XXX Dynasty).
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Alyattes II first made war on Miletus which ended with a treaty of alliance between Miletus and Lydia,
Only in the 4th century BC, when the city-states in its south were in general decline, would Phillip II of Macedon, a king with great political genius, firmly unite the Macedonian aristocracy into a strong, centralized monarchy and expand the kingdom beyond these borders and raise it to prominence.
No other Greek force challenged Persia until Phillip II of Macedon, who, in 338 BC formed an alliance called οι Ελληνες (the Greeks), modelled after the alliance of 481 BC, and set in motion an invasion of the western part of Asia Minor.
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 Croesus
He was the first foreigner so far as we know to come into direct contact with the Greeks, both in the way of conquest and alliance, forcing tribute from Ionians, Aeolians, and Asiatic Dorians, and forming a pact of friendship with the Spartans.
According to Herodotus, this was the cause of the great conflict between Greeks and Persians in the first quarter of the fifth century.
Croesus was born in 595 as the son of Alyattes, the ruler of Lydia between c.600 and 560, and a woman from Caria.
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 cimmerians   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
They returned ten years later during the reign of Gyges' son Ardys II and this time captured the city, with the exception of the citadel.
The fall of Sardis was a major shock to the powers of the region; the Greek poets Callinus and Archilochus recorded the fear that it inspired in the Greek colonies of Ionia, some of which were attacked by Cimmerian and Treres raiders.
Between 637 BC and 626 BC they were beaten back by Alyattes II of Lydia.
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 Lydia
Later on, the military power of Alyattes and of Croesus expanded Lydia into an empire, with its capital at Sardis, which controlled all Asia Minor west of the River Halys, except Lycia.
Croesus was beaten by Cyrus in 548 BC, and the kingdom became a province of the Persian empire.
865, V. 431), and their city Hyde the place of the Lydian capital Sardis is taken by Hyde (Ii.
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 epit.info Alyattes II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
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 Revelation Chapter 2, Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum and Thyatira
A city founded by the Hittites dating back to 2000 B.C., the Greeks “Sea peoples” conquered the land about 1100 B.C. The city was part of the Ionian league of Greek city states.
The city was completely destroyed in 600 B.C. by the Lydian King Alyattes II.
Pergamum became a city-state under the control of the Seleucid’s in 263 B.C. The city later changed alliances to Rome, and still later under Attalus II (159-138 B.C.) the city was willed to Rome.
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 Ancient Greek Coins
Conjoined heads of Rhoemetalkes II and his queen right / Bare head of Tiberius right.
Includes, Parthia, Mithradates II drachm, Sellwood 26.1, Volgases III Drachm Sellwood 78.4 - small punch on ear, Baktria Hermaios Tetradrachm (Senior, Hermaios issue 18 - and Strato II Drachm - SNG ANS 1731.
Phraates II, 38-2, BC Billon Tetradrachm, slight edge filing, Fine,
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 Chapter 2 - Part 1
The test of an apostle was his ability to perform the true signs and wonders-the credentials of apostleship-Mark 16:19-20; II Cor.
But the Lydian Alyattes II invaded Smyrna ca.
When it was promised, that the sceptre should not depart from Judah, it was implied that it should depart from the other tribes:- accordingly the tribe of Benjamin became an appendage to the kingdom of Judah {II Chron.
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