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* Ten Thousand Years Older ( 2002 )
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Ten and Thousand
In these campaigns Agesilaus also benefited from the aid of the Ten Thousand, who marched through miles of Persian territory to make it to the Black Sea.
Between 1507 and 1511 Dürer worked on some of his most celebrated paintings: Adam and Eve ( 1507 ), The Martyrdom of the Ten Thousand ( 1508, for Frederick of Saxony ), Virgin with the Iris ( 1508 ), the altarpiece Assumption of the Virgin ( 1509, for Jacob Heller of Frankfurt ), and Adoration of the Trinity ( 1511, for Matthaeus Landauer ).
File: Duerer ( Marter der zehntausend Christen ). jpg | Self-portrait in Martyrdom of the Ten Thousand Christians, 1508
" Ten Thousand Dollars A Page " was filmed at the Pasadena Art Museum, later known as the Pasadena Museum of Modern Art and now the Norton Simon Museum of Art.
Subtitle: " An All-Sky Atlas Comprising One Million Stars to Visual Magnitude Eleven from the Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogues and Ten Thousand Nonstellar Objects ".
He is also known separately as the " Great Sage " ( 至聖 ), " First Teacher " ( 先師 ), and " Model Teacher for Ten Thousand Ages " ( 萬世師表 ).
In the days of the Greek historians Ctesias and Herodotus, 400 BC, Nineveh had become a thing of the past ; and when Xenophon the historian passed the place in the Retreat of the Ten Thousand the very memory of its name had been lost.
In addition to the two main teachings of chanting and the Gohonzon, Nichiren Buddhism expounds the doctrine of the Ten Worlds of life, The Ten Factors of existence, the principle of The Three Thousand Realms in a single moment of life and the teachings of The Three Proofs for verification of the validity of teachings.
The mythological anthologies, along with other poetry anthologies like the Collection of Ten Thousand Leaves ( Man ' yōshū ) and others, were intended to impress others with the worthiness of the Imperial family and their divine mandate to rule.
The historian of the famous retreat of the Ten Thousand, 401 BC, relates that the Greeks suffered severely from the slingers in the army of Artaxerxes II of Persia, while they themselves had neither cavalry nor slingers, and were unable to reach the enemy with their arrows and javelins.
In 401 BC, Syracuse contributed a force of 3, 000 hoplites and a general to Cyrus the Younger's Army of the Ten Thousand.
: 988 pp. includes almost all waka from the Kojiki ( Record of Ancient Matters completed 712 ) through the Man ' yōshū ( Collection for Ten Thousand Generations c. 759 ) and also includes the Buddha's Footstone Poems ( 21 Bussokuseki poems carved in stone at the Yakushi-ji temple in Nara, c. 753 )
The mercenaries, known as the Ten Thousand, found themselves without leadership far from the sea, deep in hostile territory near the heart of Mesopotamia.
The Ten Thousand in Thrace: An Archaeological and Historical Commenary on Xenophon's Anabasis, Books VI, iii – vi – VIII ( Amsterdam Classical Monographs ; 2 ).
Ten and Years
* Price, Rob, So Far: the First Ten Years of a Vision, Apple Computer, Cupertino, CA, 1987, ISBN 1-55693-974-4
* Jacques Rupnik, " In Search of Central Europe: Ten Years Later ", in Gardner, Hall, with Schaeffer, Elinore & Kobtzeff, Oleg, ( ed.
Following the 1868 – 1878 rebellion of the Ten Years ' War, all slavery was abolished by 1884, making Cuba the second-to-last country in the Western Hemisphere to abolish slavery, with Brazil being the last.
This began the Ten Years ' War, which lasted from 1868 to 1878, and eventually contributed to the abolition of slavery.
During the time of the so-called " Rewarding Truce ", which encompassed the 17 years from the end of the Ten Years ' War in 1878, fundamental changes took place in Cuban society.
That military respect for law began The Ten Years of Spring, a democratic period of free speech and open political activity, plans for national land reform, and the historical perception, by the intelligentsia, that much and great political progress could be made in realizing the civil governance of Guatemala.
Cuba rebelled against Spain in the Ten Years ' War beginning in 1868, resulting in the abolition of slavery in Spain's colonies in the New World.
The following " Ten Years ' Conflict " of legal and political wrangling ended in defeat for the non-intrusionists in the civil courts.
Despite this preference for Anglophone works, he also read a number of French novels, such as General Dourakine, Twenty Years After and The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later.
Novels written using or inspired by this type of letter game include Sorcery and Cecelia or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot, The Grand Tour or The Purloined Coronation Regalia, and The Mislaid Magician or Ten Years After, all three by Patricia Wrede and Caroline Stevermer ; Freedom and Necessity, by Steven Brust and Emma Bull ; and the children's books P. S.
Ten years later and having reached 100 years of age, Margaret Murray published her final work, an autobiography entitled My First Hundred Years ( 1963 ).
Project Oberon – The Design of an Operating System and Compiler The PDF file has an additional appendix Ten Years After: From Objects to Components.
* Independence Day, commemorates the proclamation of Cuba ' independence from Spain and the beginning of the Ten Years ' War in 1868.
He established the small publishing house Spring Ast LIX in 1997, whose publications include: Braes Woodland Diary-the First Ten Years by Ann Chapman.
In Britain, the Yardbirds, with Jeff Beck as their guitarist, increasingly moved into psychedelic territory, adding up-tempo improvised " rave ups ", Gregorian chant and world music ( in particular Indian ) influences to their songs, including " Still I'm Sad " ( 1965 ) and " Over Under Sideways Down " ( 1966 ), and singles such as " Heart Full of Soul " ( 1965 ), " Shapes of Things " ( 1966 ) and " Happenings Ten Years Time Ago " ( 1966 ).
In some of his later presentations, he presented a list entitled " Top Ten Problems of Humanity for Next 50 Years ".
Late that year they were replaced by such successful new shows as the Crawfords Produced Cop Shop ( 1977 – 1984 ) on Channel Seven, which was a meld of soap opera and police drama, and The Restless Years ( 1977 – 1981 ) on Channel Ten, which was another teen soap produced by the Reg Grundy Organisation.
* Nield, Ted, Supercontinentst: Ten Billion Years in the Life of Our Planet, Harvard University Press, 2009, ISBN 978-0674032453
Artists include Jimi Hendrix, The Who, The Doors, Chicago, Richie Havens, John Sebastian, Joan Baez, Ten Years After, Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Jethro Tull.