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The third century BCE poet Euphorion of Chalcis in his Hyacinth wrote " Only Cocytus washed the wounds of Adonis ".
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In four opening chapters reminiscent of Macaulay's famous third chapter, Trevelyan surveys the state of England at the opening of the eighteenth century.
That is, there was no trace of Anglo-Saxons in Britain as early as the late third century, to which time the archaeological evidence for the erection of the Saxon Shore forts was beginning to point.
The technique of reality confusion -- the use of paradox and riddles to shake the mind's grip on reality -- originated with fourth and third century B.C. Chinese Quietism: the koan is not basically a new device.
A third use of the term pertains specifically to the indigenous peoples of the Americas, for instance, " In the 16th century, many Americans died from imported diseases during the European conquest ".
Inevitably, the surviving evidence is not complete enough to determine whether one should interpret, with older scholars, that he wisely curtailed the activities of the Roman Empire to a careful minimum, or perhaps that he was uninterested in events away from Rome and Italy and his inaction contributed to the pressing troubles that faced not only Marcus Aurelius but also the emperors of the third century.
They are said to go back at least to the Greek poet Lycophron, in the third century BCE ; but this relies on an account of Lycophron given by John Tzetzes in the 12th century.
He was one of the ten Attic orators included in the " Alexandrian Canon " compiled by Aristophanes of Byzantium and Aristarchus of Samothrace in the third century BC.
The earliest known Christian image of an angel, in the Cubicolo dell ' Annunziazione in the Catacomb of Priscilla, which is dated to the middle of the third century, is without wings.
Hine, a true accusative masculine third person singular pronoun, is attested in some northern English dialects as late as the 19th century.
In the third century, this " concern for propriety " begins to be displaced by the concept of ' power ' to do so which means that in the absence of such a man it is " literally impossible " for a Eucharist to be celebrated.
Lucas van Leyden was the only Northern European engraver to successfully continue to produce large engravings in the first third of the century.
In the Restoration and eighteenth century, poetry written in couplets is sometimes varied by the introduction of a triplet in which the third line is an alexandrine, as in this sample from Dryden, which introduces a 6-5-6 triplet after two pentameter couplets:
A Jewish community is believed to have been established in Aegina " at the end of the second and during the third century AD " by Jews fleeing the Barbarian Invasions of the time in Greece.
This doctrine is a 17th century innovation, although it is now applied retrospectively for centuries ; the seventh Baron De La Warr had three surviving sons ; the first died without children, the second left two daughters, the third left a son.
The first known mention of the word was in the third century AD in a book called Liber Medicinalis ( sometimes known as De Medicina Praecepta Saluberrima ) by Quintus Serenus Sammonicus, physician to the Roman emperor Caracalla, who prescribed that malaria sufferers wear an amulet containing the word written in the form of a triangle:
The Batavi were an ancient Germanic tribe, originally part of the Chatti, that lived around the Rhine delta, in the area that the Romans called Batavia and that is currently the Netherlands, from the second half of the first century BC to the third century AD.
This view, however, is contradicted by the archeological evidence, which shows continuous habitation from at least the third century BC onward.
Critics of Daniel, at least since the third century works of Porphyry view the Book of Daniel as a pseudepigraph dated around 165 BCE that concerns itself primarily with the Maccabean era and the reign of the Seleucid king Antiochus Epiphanes.
* He also scored a century and a double century in the third Test in that same Sri Lanka tour, a feat repeated only five other times in Test cricket history.
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Among Indo-European peoples, astrology has been dated to the third millennium BCE, with roots in calendrical systems used to predict seasonal shifts and to interpret celestial cycles as signs of divine communications.
By the third millennium BCE, widespread civilizations had developed sophisticated awareness of celestial cycles, and are believed to have consciously oriented their temples to create alignment with the heliacal risings of the stars.
Daniel has a lengthy vision ( 10: 1-12: 13 ) in the third year of Cyrus king of Persia, around 536 BCE, regarding conflicts between the " King of the North " and the " King of the South " (= Egypt, 11: 8 ).
The first, termed Proto-Isaiah ( chapters 1 – 39 ), contains the words of the 8th-century BCE prophet with 7th-century BCE expansions ; the second, Deutero-Isaiah ( chapters 40 – 55 ), is the work of a 6th-century BCE author writing near the end of the Babylonian captivity ; and the third, the poetic Trito-Isaiah ( chapters 56 – 66 ), was composed in Jerusalem shortly after the return from exile, probably by multiple authors.
( Haggai 1: 14-15 ) and the Book of Ezra indicates that it was finished on February 25 516 BCE " The Temple was completed on the third day of the month Adar, in the sixth year of the reign of King Darius.
The name Kalliste ( Καλλίστη ), " most beautiful ", may be recognized as an epithet of the goddess herself, though none of the inscriptions at Athens that record priests of Artemis Kalliste ( Άρτεμις Καλλίστη ), date before the third century BCE.
Classes within Chinese society were not closed, and imperial China had not been aristocratic since the third century BCE because of " the meritocratic line in Confucian thinking would eventually find realization under the empire in the remarkable Chinese civil service examination.
During the third millennium BCE, there developed a very intimate cultural symbiosis between the Sumerians and the Akkadians, which included widespread bilingualism.
The proto-Baltic forefathers of the Latvian people have lived on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea since the third millennium BCE .< ref >
His third triumph, held in 61 BCE to celebrate his victory over Mithradates, was an opportunity to outdo even himself-and certainly his rivals.
In 1550, the triumphant entry into Rouen of Henri II of France was compared to Pompey's third triumph of 61 BCE at Rome: " No less pleasing and delectable than the third triumph of Pompey ... magnificent in riches and abounding in the spoils of foreign nations ".
In the third and late fourth millennia BCE, the whole of Flanders shows relatively little evidence of human habitation.
In the mid and late third century BCE, the Qin accomplished a series of swift conquests, first ending the powerless Zhou Dynasty, and eventually destroying the remaining six states of the major states to gain control over the whole of China, resulting in a unified China.
Darius I (, Old Persian: Dārayava ( h ) uš ; 550 – 486 BCE ) was the third king of the Achaemenid Empire.
The earliest archeological remains of a synagogue building on the island of Delos in the Aegean indicate a late second-century or possibly mid-first century BCE date of construction, while earlier inscriptions and papyri have been discovered in Egypt, commencing with the third century BCE.
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The works of this poetess are significant, because although they start out using the third person, they shift to the first person voice of the poet herself, and they mark a significant development in the use of cuneiform.
The Roman poet Horace modelled his own lyrical compositions on those of Alcaeus, rendering the Lesbian poet's verse-forms, including ' Alcaic ' and ' Sapphic ' stanzas, into concise Latin-an achievement he celebrates in his third book of odes.
There is a third view that sees merit in both arguments above and attempts to bridge them, and so cannot be articulated as starkly as they can ; it sees more than one Christianity and more than one attitude towards paganism at work in the poem, separated from each other by hundreds of years ; it sees the poem as originally the product of a literate Christian author with one foot in the pagan world and one in the Christian, himself a convert perhaps or one whose forbears had been pagan, a poet who was conversant in both oral and literary milieus and was capable of a masterful " repurposing " of poetry from the oral tradition ; this early Christian poet saw virtue manifest in a willingness to sacrifice oneself in a devotion to justice and in an attempt to aid and protect those in need of help and greater safety ; good pagan men had trodden that noble path and so this poet presents pagan culture with equanimity and respect ; yet overlaid upon this early Christian poet's composition are verses from a much later reformist " fire-and-brimstone " Christian poet who vilifies pagan practice as dark and sinful and who adds satanic aspects to its monsters.
The poet Pindar celebrated the Alcmaeonid's temple in Pythian 7. 8-9 and he also provided details of the third building ( Paean 8.
There also is strong a break following line 36 in the poem that provides for a second stanza, and there is a transition in narration from a third person narration about Kubla Khan into the poet discussing his role as a poet.
According to the American writer Kevin Self, in the 1920s a German committee member of the International Electrotechnical Commission proposed giga-as a prefix for 10 < sup > 9 </ sup >, drawing on a verse by the humorous poet Christian Morgenstern that appeared in the third ( 1908 ) edition of Galgenlieder ( Gallows Songs ).
Upon the death of the third Earl, the Earldom was inherited by the first Earl's younger son Horace Walpole ( a famous writer and friend of poet Thomas Gray ), who died without heirs in 1797.
In the Greek poet Hesiod's Theogony, c. 700 BC, the deity Tartarus was the third force to manifest in the yawning void of Chaos.
Capcom Joe Allen on Earth summoned David Scott and Joe Irwin, as their third moonwalk was ending, with the words " As the space poet Rhysling would say, we're ready for you to ' come back again to the homes of men on the cool green hills of Earth.
Their daughters were actresses Viola Tree ( who married theatre critic Alan Parsons ) and Felicity Tree ( who married Sir Geoffrey Cory-Wright, third baronet ) and poet Iris Tree ( who married Curtis Moffat, becoming Countess Ledebur ).
She selected poems for her third collection Belaya Staya ( White Flock ) in 1917, a volume which poet and critic Joseph Brodsky later described as writing of personal lyricism tinged with the “ note of controlled terror ”.
Lord Alfred " Bosie " Douglas, the third son, was the close friend and lover of the famous author and poet Oscar Wilde.
Cyrene is also mentioned in the second and third hymns of Callimachus as well as in The Poet and the Women ( written by Aristophanes ) whence Mnesilochus comments that he " can't see a man there at all-only Cyrene " when setting eyes upon the poet Agathon who emerges from his house to greet Euripides and himself dressed in women's clothing.
The 4th or 5th century poet Nonnus describes the Athenian celebrations given to the first Dionysus Zagreus son of Persephone, the second Dionysus Bromios son of Semele, and the third Dionysus Iacchus:
The third man to serve as County Judge of Grant County was Cincinnatus Hiner “ Joaquin ” Miller ( 1837 – 1913 ), the noted poet, playwright, and western naturalist, called the " Poet of the Sierras " and the " Byron of the Rockies .”
He followed this with Wallenstein's Camp, inspired by Friedrich Schiller's Wallenstein drama trilogy, and began a third symphonic poem Hakon Jarl, based on the tragic drama by Danish poet Adam Oehlenschläger.
Australian poet Henry Lawson wrote a poem on the parable (" The Good Samaritan "), of which the third stanza reads:
The first piece in which his peculiar powers were displayed was the first satire ( 1660 ), in imitation of the third satire of Juvenal ; it embodied the farewell of a poet to the city of Paris.
*" In its third sense, Spectric connotes the overtones, adumbrations, or spectres which for the poet haunt all objects of both the seen and unseen world.