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It was also turned into the female form Ἀχιλλεία ( Achilleía ) attested in Attica in the 4th century BC ( IG II² 1617 ) and, in the form Achillia, on a stele in Halicarnassus as the name of a female gladiator fighting an " Amazon ".
About the 4th century BCE, the paean became merely a formula of adulation ; its object was either to implore protection against disease and misfortune, or to offer thanks after such protection had been rendered.
Marble, Roman copy of a Greek original of the 4th century BCE, from the collection of Cardinal Albani
In the 4th century BC Alexander the Great conquered the peninsula, defeating the Persians.
The name Asia Minor was given by the Latin author Orosios in the 4th century AD.
In the latter part of the 4th century BC, the Macedonian Greek king Alexander the Great conquered the peninsula.
The texts, which were rendered on leather, reflect the use of Aramaic in the 4th century BCE Achaemenid administration of Bactria and Sogdiana.
** Laozi ( 5th 4th century BC )
** Zhuangzi ( 4th century BC )
: Metrodorus of Chios ( 4th century BC )
" Arianism " is also often used to refer to other nontrinitarian theological systems of the 4th century, which regarded Jesus Christ — the Son of God, the Logos — as either a created being ( as in Arianism proper and Anomoeanism ), or as neither uncreated nor created in the sense other beings are created ( as in Semi-Arianism ).
Controversy over Arianism arose in the late 3rd century and persisted throughout most of the 4th century.
But, by the end of the 4th century Trinitarianism prevailed in the Roman Empire.
The conflict in the 4th century had seen Arian and Nicene factions struggling for control of the Church.
The real founder of cenobitic ( koinos, common, and bios, life ) monasteries in the modern sense was Pachomius, an Egyptian of the beginning of the 4th century.
Palladius, who visited the Egyptian monasteries about the close of the 4th century, found among the 300 members of the coenobium of Panopolis, under the Pachomian rule, 15 tailors, 7 smiths, 4 carpenters, 12 cameldrivers and 15 tanners.
Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose ( c. 330 4 April 397 ), was an archbishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century.
In the late 4th century there was a deep conflict in the diocese of Milan between the Catholics and Arians.
In the 4th century BC it continued its traditional policy, but in 338 was besieged by Philip II of Macedon.
Amber is discussed by Theophrastus, possibly the first historical mention of the material, in the 4th century BC.
Alcidamas, of Elaea, in Aeolis, Greek sophist and rhetorician, flourished in the 4th century BC.
The Theban army under Pelopidas is said to have been dismayed by an eclipse ( on July 13, 364, see 4th century BC eclipses ), and Pelopidas, leaving the bulk of his army behind, entered Thessaly at the head of three hundred volunteer horsemen and some mercenaries.
Their non-Greek language is confirmed on the site by inscriptions in the Cypriot syllabary which alone in the Aegean world survived the Bronze Age collapse and continued to be used down to the 4th century BC.
* Andronicus, Probus, and Tarachus ( Saint Andronicus ), a 4th century martyr

4th and BC
A centre for the arts, learning and philosophy, home of Plato's Academy and Aristotle's Lyceum, it is widely referred to as the cradle of Western civilization and the birthplace of democracy, largely due to the impact of its cultural and political achievements during the 5th and 4th centuries BC in later centuries on the rest of the then known European continent.
* Epicrates of Ambracia, c. 4th BC comic poet
The stone was given its name by Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher and naturalist, who discovered the stone along the shore line of the river Achates () sometime between the 4th and 3rd centuries BC.
During the 4th century BC, there may well have been some 250, 000 300, 000 people in Attica.
Citizenship could be granted by the assembly and was sometimes given to large groups ( Plateans in 427 BC, Samians in 405 BC ) but, by the 4th century, only to individuals and by a special vote with a quorum of 6000.
Competence does not seem to have been the main issue, but rather, at least in the 4th century BC, whether they were loyal democrats or had oligarchic tendencies.
On the other hand the empire was, more or less, defunct in the 4th century BC so it cannot be said that democracy was not viable without it.
The archaic xoanon of the goddess and a statue made by Praxiteles in the 4th century BC were both in the sanctuary.
The 4th century historian Ammianus Marcellinus, relying on a lost work by Timagenes, a historian writing in the 1st century BC, writes that the Druids of Gaul said that part of the inhabitants of Gaul had migrated there from distant islands.
The image to the right was discovered in Sudan, which is the contemporary name for the territory of Nubia during the period in which the artifact was made, during the 4th century BC.
Image: Aegis of Isis-Sudan 300s bc-British Museum-83d40m. JPG | Aegis on an image of Isis from the Nubian culture of the 4th century BC found in contemporary Sudan-British Museum
The town seems to have declined in importance after the middle of the 4th century BC.
In the 4th century BC Plato knew oreichalkos as rare and nearly as valuable as gold and Pliny describes how aurichalcum had come from Cypriot ore deposits which had been exhausted by the 1st century AD.

4th and Chios
By the fifth to 4th centuries BC, the island had grown to an estimated population of over 120, 000 ( two to three times the estimated population in 2005 ), and based on the huge necropoli at the main city of Chios, the asty, it is thought the majority lived in that area.

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Pike was stunned by the first blast against his character, which was published in the March 4th issue of The Gazette under the name `` Vale ''.
Karen Marcmann, age 16, Trapp, Penna., showing a Keeshond was 4th.
At the 4th tee Palmer chose to hit a one-iron when a three-wood was the proper club, so he put the ball in a bunker in front of the green.
The transfer of the property of the 4th Army ( except for part of the property of the 366th Motor Rifle Regiment of the 23rd Motor Rifle Division captured by Armenian armed formations in 1992 during the regiment's withdrawal from Stepanakert ) and the 49th arsenal was completed in 1992.
Louie Rice compiled the Kannada version of it and its available 4th edition was printed in 1927 which contains three khandas and 25 sargas.
Running the courts was one of the major expenses of the Athenian state and there were moments of financial crisis in the 4th century when the courts, at least for private suits, had to be suspended.
Temples were still being dedicated to the national god Ashur in his home city and in Harran during the 4th century AD, indicating an Assyrian identity was still strong.
On the 4th day Palaiochora fell, but the church of St George ( Latin church ) was spared.
However it is now thought this was probably a deliberate change in composition and overall the use of brass increases over this period making up around 40 % of all copper alloys used in the Roman world by the 4th century AD.
The use of stronger bridges using plaited bamboo and iron chain was visible in India by about the 4th century.
The economic development of the city was followed by population growth and Bursa became the 4th most populous city in Turkey.

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