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Talk:Jesus/Archive 16
... Jesus/Archive 16 < Talk:Jesus List pro BCE/CE votes here (note: applies to this ... El_C 13:48, 11 May 2005 (UTC) BCE/CE. duh. This is not a religious ... Changing my vote from BC/AD to BCE/CE; see my comment here. -- M P ... BrandonYusufToropov 13:23, 10 May 2005 (UTC) BCE/CE is the academic standard let us ... echoing Tomer primarily with some thoughts that BCE/CE is the most NPOV system ...
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User:Seth Ilys/Test3
... Seth Ilys/Test3 < User:Seth Ilys 490s BCE 499 BCE 498 BCE 497 BCE 496 BCE 495 BCE 494 BCE 493 BCE ...
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Greco-Bactrian Kingdom
... of the Greco-Bactrian kingdom circa 220 BCE. Languages GreekBactrian Religions Greek godsPossiblyZoroastrianism Capitals BalkAi ... Bactria, Sogdiana, Eastern Parthia Existed 250 BCE–125 BCE(Succeeded in India by the Indo-Greek ... the Hellenistic world, from 250 to 125 BCE. The expansion of the Greco-Bactrians into northern India from 180 BCE established the Indo-Greek Kingdom, which was ... CE. Independence from the Seleucid Empire (250 BCE) The founder of the Greco-Bactrian ...
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Attalus I
... I Bust of Attalus I, circa 200 BCE Attalus I (Soter "Savior") (269 BCE–197 BCE) 1 ruled Pergamon, a Greek city state in present-day Turkey, from 241 BCE to 197 BCE. He was the second cousin and the ... hands of Philip. He died in 197 BCE, shortly before the end of the ...
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Parthia
... Empire, beginning in the late 3rd century BCE, and intermittently controlled Mesopotamia between ca 150 BCE and 224 CE. It was the second ... power under king Mithradates the Great (171–138 BCE). The Parthian empire occupied all of Iran ... Parthian Empire at its greatest extent, c60 BCE. Origins See also: Seven Parthian clans The ... style (Ashgabat Museum, Turkmenistan). Initially, ca. 250 BCE, a king named Arsaces established his ...
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Talk:History of the world
... capitalism isn't the reason.-- 70.17.206.164 04:48, 26 February 2006 (UTC ... article refer to BC, and some to BCE and CE. Because of the mixed opinions ... the Gregorian calendar still do not undersant BCE and CE. Any objections? PatrickA 20:10 ... to stick with either BC/AD or BCE/CE for consistency. You were concerned about ... t really mind which is used, though BCE/CE seems to be gaining prevelence ...
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List of Indian monarchs
... Indian Subcontinent Paleolithic Era 1MYA - 10,000 BCE Mesolithic Era 10,000-7000 BCE Mehrgarh Culture 7000-3300 BCE Indus Valley Civilization 3300-1500 BCE Localization Era 1900-1300 BCE Vedic Civilization 1900-500 BCE Kuru ...
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Dynasty of the Mauryas
... Mauryan empire. He ruled from 224-215 BCE. He was the successor of Dasaratha Maurya ... Mauryan empire. He ruled from 215 - 202 BCE. He was the successor of Samprati Maurya ... Mauryan empire. He ruled from 202 - 195 BCE. He was the successor of Salisuka Maurya ... Mauryan empire. He ruled from 195 - 187 BCE. He was the successor of Devavarman Maurya ... Buddhist faith. He was assassinated in 185 BCE during a military parade by the ...
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Migration of Kambojas
... India by Yavanas-Sakas-Kambojas circa 175 BCE. References to Kambojas abound in ancient literature ... further to Cambodia. During second/first century BCE, in their advance from their original home ... I of Bactria (r.c. 205-171 BCE), invader of India around 180 BCE. Obv. Draped and wearing an elephant scalp ... to a historical situation (second/first century BCE downwards) which followed the collapse of ...
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West Azarbaijan Province
... various sources cited in Encyclopedia Iranica (p.206) , the current province of West Azarbaijan was ... back as the 3rd century. (ibid p.206) The current ruins of Takht-i Suleiman ... capital of the Azarbaijan Satrapy. (ibid p.206) The borders of Azarbaijan at times extended ... as far south as Sanandaj. (ibid p.206) Excavation sites such as Teppe Hasanlu establish ... in the province to the 6th millennium BCE. In Hasanlu, a famous Golden Vase ...
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