Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q <- Column Identifiers
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790000bc: Cooking in a hearth probably in Israel.
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Oldest: -578 end end Oldest: -578
A90
585bc: Solar eclipse, as predicted by Greek philosopher Thales, while Lydians at war with the Medes
leads to a truce. One of the cardinal dates from which other dates calculated.
Darius-The-Great Shahanshah-Of-Persia
550bc-486bc
522
bc
Atossa Queen-Of-Persia
550bc-475bc
Otanes Prince-Of-Persia
570bc-481bc
545
bc
Unknown Princess-Of-Persia
540bc-500bc
Bagabig Nahya Nobleman-Of-Persia
578bc-?
553
bc
Unknown Noblewoman-Of-Persia
575bc-535bc
A90
Youngest: -540 Youngest: -540
Oldest: -555 end end end end end Oldest: -555
A89
551bc: On September 28th Confucius is born.
Bel-simanni King-Of-Babylon
530bc-480bc
502
bc
Unknown Princess-Of-Babylon
520bc-480bc
Xerxes-The-Great Shahanshah-Of-Persia
518bc-465bc
488
bc
Amestris Queen-Of-Persia
520bc-480bc
Samas-eriba Prince-Of-Babylon
525bc-484bc
487
bc
Unknown-Wife Princess-Of-Babylon
510bc-470bc
Hydarnes Vidarna Satrap-Of-Pathia
555bc-509bc
522
bc
Unknown-Wife Noblewoman-Of-Persia
540bc-500bc
A89
Youngest: -510 Youngest: -510
Oldest: -520 end Oldest: -520
A88
522bc: Darius I of Persia kills Magian usurper Gaumata, securing his hold as king of the Persian
Empire
Cosmartidene Mistress-Of-The-Shah
500bc-460bc
477
bc
Artaxerxes-I Shahanshah-Of-Persia
490bc-424bc
Artaxerxes-I Shahanshah-Of-Persia
490bc-424bc
462
bc
Andia Princess-Of-Babylon
485bc-445bc
Hydarnes Vidarna Commander-Of-Persia
520bc-427bc
482
bc
Unknown-Wife Persian-Vidarna
500bc-460bc
A88
Youngest: -485 Youngest: -485
Oldest: -480 end Oldest: -480
A87
480bc: Persia defeats Spartan king Leonidas at Thermopylae
Darius Nothos Shah-Of-Persia/Pharao-Of-Egypt
475bc-405bc
447
bc
Parysatis Queen-Of-Persia-And-Egypt
460bc-420bc
Hydarnes Nobleman-Of-Persia
480bc-420bc
443
bc
Unknown-Wife Persian-Vidarna
465bc-425bc
A87
Youngest: -460 Youngest: -460
Oldest: -445 end end Oldest: -445
A86
445bc: Ezra reads the Book of the Law to the Israelites in Jerusalem (see Nehemiah 9:1, NLTse).
Artasyrus Governor-Of-Armenia
440bc-400bc
421
bc
Unknown-Wife Governess-Of-Armenia
440bc-399bc
Artaxerxes-Ii Shah-Of-Persia
445bc-358bc
421
bc
Stateira Queen-Of-Persia
445bc-400bc
A86
Youngest: -440 Youngest: -440
Oldest: -420 Oldest: -420
A85
413bc: Nicias, Athens politician (Peace of Nicias), killed at about age 57
Auruand-I Governor-Of-Sophene-And-Matiene
420bc-344bc
401
bc
Rodogoune Princess-Of-Persia
415bc-365bc
A85
Youngest: -415 Youngest: -415
Oldest: -380 end Oldest: -380
A84
375bc: Learning that the Spartan garrison of Orchomenus (in Boeotia) is leaving for an expedition
to Locris, Pelopidas sets out with the Sacred Band of Thebes and a small force of cavalry, intending
to seize the city while it is unguarded. However, as the Thebans approach the city, they learn that
a sizable force has been dispatched from Sparta to reinforce the garrison at Orchomenus and is approaching
the city. Pelopidas retreats with his force, but before the Thebans can reach safety at Tegyra,
they meet the original Spartan garrison returning from Locris. In the ensuing Battle of Tegyra,
the Thebans rout the larger Spartan force.
Orontes-Ii King-Of-Armenia
380bc-331bc
333
bc
Unknown-Wife Queen-Of-Armenia
375bc-335bc
A84
Youngest: -375 Youngest: -375
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135000bc: Beads are first made and worn (Israel and Algeria).
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The Orontes Family


MapFileName: A90-84OrontesiiUnknown
Number of Couples: 16