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Western Philosophy

By: Bertrand Russell

...ssell THE PROSPECTS Ol- INDUSTRIAL CIVILIZATION BERTRAND RUSSELL HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY and its Connection with Political and Social Circumsta... ...e ahd diffused form, were common to the community of which he was a part. 5 WESTERN PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHT This has required the insertion of certain ... ... 94 ioz 129 141 '54 165 171 182 '95 207 218 226 231 241 252 263 *75 294 308 WESTERN PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHT CHAPTER PAGE BOOK TWO CATHOLIC PHILOSOPHY I... ..., it was again submerged by theology as Christianity rose and Rome fell. xx WESTERN PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHT Its second great period, from the eleventh ... ...The barbarian invasion put an end, for six centuries, to the civilization of western Europe. It lingered in Ireland until the Danes destroyed it in th... ...rtraits which he recognized from his vision, and admitted it before all his "satraps." Pope Sylvester thereupon assigned him a period of penance in a ... .... He was cured of leprosy, and gave up worshipping idols. Then "with all his satraps, the Senate, his nobles and the whole Roman people he thought it ...

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Western Satraps

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... Approximate territory of the Western Kshatrapas (35–405). ... ...  Pakistan The Western Satraps, Western Kshatrapas, or Kshaharatas (35–405) were Saka rule... ...  Pakistan The Western Satraps, Western Kshatrapas, or Kshaharatas (35–405) were Saka rulers of th... ...traps, Western Kshatrapas, or Kshaharatas (35–405) were Saka rulers of the western and central part of India (Saurashtra and Malwa: modern Gujarat, Ma... ..., and the Satavahana (Andhra) who ruled in Central India. They are called "Western" in contrast to the "Northern" Indo-Scythian satraps who ruled in t... ...dia. They are called "Western" in contrast to the "Northern" Indo-Scythian satraps who ruled in the area of Mathura, such as Rajuvula, and his success... ...arapallana and the "Satrap" Vanaspara.[1] Although they called themselves "Satraps" on their coins, leading to their modern designation of "Western Sa... ...emselves "Satraps" on their coins, leading to their modern designation of "Western Satraps", Ptolemy in his 2nd century "Geographia" still called them... ...sa Kshatrapasa Bhumakasa. The Western Satraps are thought to have started with the rather short-lived Kshaharata ...

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Notes on the North-Western Provinces of India

By: Raikes, Charles, 1812-1885

...DIA. LONDON : Printed by G. BABCLAT, Castle St. Leicester Sq. NOTES ON THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA. BY CHARLES RAIKES, If MAGISTRATE AND CO... ...L, 193 PICCADILLY. MDCCCLII. MORSE STEPHENS INTRODUCTION. THE Notes on the North-Western Provinces of India, which are now offered to the English re... ..., from two to five inclusive, belong to the subject of Landed Tenures in the North-Western Provinces. No. II. sketches the Rise and Progress of our Re... ...or. Nos. VI. to VIII. present a sketch of the duties of a Magistrate in the North -Western Vlll INTRODUCTION. Provinces. These " Notes on the Police ... ...ated between the Ganges and Jumna is known as " The Doab." B 2 NOTES ON THE NORTH-WESTERN tine) the innocence of girlhood is a reality, whilst he reg... ...ixty miles across country, if need require, will at once secure the respect of his satraps and the votes of his people. The gallant bearing of William... ...t will be to deceive and to cajole him. In either case, the darling sin of Eastern satraps will have full scope : malversation will spread across the ... ...ive officials. How often (to compare small rogues to great ones) have these Indian satraps been to their jurisdiction what Verres was to Sicily, what ...

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Western Kshatrapa

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Intercourse between India and the Western World.

By: Rawlinson, H. G. (Hugh George), 1880

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org INDIA AND THE WESTERN WORLD Title: INTERCOURSE BETWEEN INDIA AND THE WESTERN WORLD A... ...... ...ool-bearing trees" of India. At any rate, we know that the cotton trade of western India is of great antiquity. The Indians, when the Greeks J&rst cam... ... of the Assyrian empire, and Babylon took the place of Nineveh as queen of western Asia, In the crowded market- places of that great city met the race... ...D. HERODOTUS: KTESIAS IN 538 B.C. the last of the great Semitic Empires of western Asia came to an end. Cyrus and his Iranians stormed the walls of Ba... ...s, whose coins indicate that he ruled over a wide area. Under him were the satraps Liaka Kusulaka and Patika at Taxila, and Rajavula and Sodasa at Mat... ....D., unites Sakas and Parthians) Orthagnes Arsakes * Pakores Sandbares (c) Satraps subordinate to Maues Satra P s of Taxila (2) Rajavulaj Sodasa J r (... ...inate to Maues Satra P s of Taxila (2) Rajavulaj Sodasa J r (d) Kshaharata satraps Bhumaka Nahapana V. KUSHAN KINGS Knjiila Kadphises, c. 25 B.C. Wima...

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Rudrasen II

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...Rudrasen II was ruler of the Western Kshatrapas (256-278) in today's north-west India. He was preceded b... ...s 3rd-century monarchs in Asia Western Satraps 3rd-century Indian people ... ... 3rd-century monarchs in Asia Western Satraps 3rd-century Indian people ...

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Notes on the North-Western Provinces of India

By: Raikes, Charles, 1812-l885;

...DIA. LONDON : Printed by G. BABCLAT, Castle St. Leicester Sq. NOTES ON THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA. BY CHARLES RAIKES, If MAGISTRATE AND CO... ...L, 193 PICCADILLY. MDCCCLII. MORSE STEPHENS INTRODUCTION. THE Notes on the North-Western Provinces of India, which are now offered to the English re... ..., from two to five inclusive, belong to the subject of Landed Tenures in the North-Western Provinces. No. II. sketches the Rise and Progress of our Re... ...or. Nos. VI. to VIII. present a sketch of the duties of a Magistrate in the North -Western Vlll INTRODUCTION. Provinces. These " Notes on the Police ... ...ated between the Ganges and Jumna is known as " The Doab." B 2 NOTES ON THE NORTH-WESTERN tine) the innocence of girlhood is a reality, whilst he reg... ...ixty miles across country, if need require, will at once secure the respect of his satraps and the votes of his people. The gallant bearing of William... ...t will be to deceive and to cajole him. In either case, the darling sin of Eastern satraps will have full scope : malversation will spread across the ... ...ive officials. How often (to compare small rogues to great ones) have these Indian satraps been to their jurisdiction what Verres was to Sicily, what ...

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Damajadasri I

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... Damajadasri I was a ruler of the Western Kshatrapas dynasty. His reign saw the decline of dyna... ... Preceded by Rudradaman I Western Satrap c. 170–175 ... ... Categories Indian monarchs Western Satraps 2nd-century monarchs in... ... Categories Indian monarchs Western Satraps 2nd-century monarchs in Asia ...

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Western Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria

By: Olmstead, Albert Ten Eyck, 1880-1945

...llection World Public Library.org DAYS OF SARGON OF ASSYRIA Title: WESTERN ASIA IN THE DAYS OF SARGON OF ASSYRIA Author: ALBERT TEN EYCK OLMST... ...... ...ssion of the Negeb and Mugri question from a personal knowledge of the VI WESTERN ASIA IN THE DAYS OF SARGON field, the relegation of the Dur Sharruk... ...WarsandThe ConquestofBabylon i 29 The Last Years 148 The Culture Life 160 WESTERN ASIA IN THE DAYS OF SARGON OF ASSYRIA, 722-70^ B. C. CHAPTER I THE ... ... of the results in Botta and Flandin, Monuments de Ninive, 1849-50. I I 2 WESTERN ASIA IN THE DAYS OF SARGON palace.* Another expedition, though addi... ...ilicia is proved by the coins bearing the legend HLK issued by the Persian satraps of Cilicia, cf. B. Head, Historia Nummorum, 1887, 613.—For the earl...

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Yajna Sri Satakarni

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... The last great king of this dynasty, Yajna Sri Satakarni, defeated the Western Satraps and reconquered their southern regions in western and centr... ...last great king of this dynasty, Yajna Sri Satakarni, defeated the Western Satraps and reconquered their southern regions in western and central India... ...thern regions in western and central India which led to the decline of the Western Satraps.[1] References ... ...gions in western and central India which led to the decline of the Western Satraps.[1] References ^ "... ...amed Yajna Satakarni seems to have conquered the Southern Dominions of the Western Satraps. His coins contain figures of ships, probably indicating th... ...na Satakarni seems to have conquered the Southern Dominions of the Western Satraps. His coins contain figures of ships, probably indicating the naval ... ... The last great king of this dynasty, Yajna Sri Satakarni, defeated the Western Satraps and reconquered their southern regions in western and centr... ...last great king of this dynasty, Yajna Sri Satakarni, defeated the Western Satraps and reconquered their southern regions in western and central India... ...thern regions in western and central India which led to the decline of the Western Satraps.[1] References ...

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Essay on Western Civilization in Its Economic Aspects : Vol. 9

By: Cunningham, William, 1849-1919

... Public Library.org IN ITS ECONOMIC ASPECTS, VOL. I Title: AN ESSAY ON WESTERN CIVILIZATION IN ITS ECONOMIC ASPECTS, VOL. I Author: W. CUNNINGHA... ...COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, AND PROFESSOR OF HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH. WESTERN CIVILIZATION IN ITS ECONOMIC ASPECTS (ANCIENT TIMES) SonHon: C. ... ...fUto$ork: THE MACMILLAN COMPANY. ISombajj: E. SEYMOUR HALE. / s AN ESSAY ON WESTERN CIVILIZATION IN ITS ECONOMIC ASPECTS Vol, 1 (ANCIENT TIMES) BY W.... ...ain economic features in the grojsvth and diffusion of the Civilized Life in Western Europe, to which so many peoples and countries have contributed; ... ...Greek Colonisation.... ,, 61 The Roman Empire ,,171 Chronological Chart 211 WESTERN CIVILIZATION IN ITS ECONOMIC ASPECTS. INTRODUCTION. ANCIENT TIMES... ...s, who were sent round at intervals, exercised no effective control over the satraps; Greek officials were able to introduce better methods of adminis... ...an one. Alex- ander sometimes appointed natives as administrative officials (satraps) in the central and eastern provinces. ...Yet we note that when a...

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Rudrasimha III

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...Rudrasimha III Western Satrap ... ... Rudrasimha III was the last ruler of the Western Satraps in India, in the 4th century. A fragment from the Na... ... Rudrasimha III was the last ruler of the Western Satraps in India, in the 4th century. A fragment from the Natya-darp... ...brother of Chandragupta II, decided to expand his kingdom by attacking the Western Satraps in Gujarat. The campaign soon took a turn for the worse and... ...of Chandragupta II, decided to expand his kingdom by attacking the Western Satraps in Gujarat. The campaign soon took a turn for the worse and the Gup... ... Ramagupta. Dhruvadevi is then married to Chandragupta. The Western Satraps were ultimately conquered by emperor Chandragupta II. This ... ...ta. Dhruvadevi is then married to Chandragupta. The Western Satraps were ultimately conquered by emperor Chandragupta II. This event co... ... Preceded by Rudrasena IV Western Satrap 388-395 Succeeded&... ...ources Indian monarchs Western Satraps 4th-century monarchs in Asia ...

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Western Asia in the Days of Sargon of Assyria

By: Olmstead, Albert Ten Eyck, 1880-1945

... discussion of the Negeb and Mugri question from a personal knowledge of the Vi WESTERN ASIA IN THE DAYS OF SARGON field, the relegation of the Dur S... ...The ConquestofBabylon i 29 The Last Years 1 48 ^ The Culture Life 160 ^^ y vn WESTERN ASIA IN THE DAYS OF SARGON OF ASSYRIA, 722-70^ B. C. CHAPTER ... ...dition of the results in Botta and Flandin, Monuments de Ninive, 1849-50. T I 2 WESTERN ASIA IN THE DAYS OF SARGON palace." Another expedition, thoug... ...mpare Johns, Deeds, II. 168. " Isaiah, /. c. " As claimed by Sargon, Prism B. 4 WESTERN ASIA IN THE DAYS OF SARGON self, or as when from the Babyloni... ...campaigns. In his Suleimania, 1898, he has done the same for the Median wars. 6 WESTERN ASIA IN THE DAYS OF SARGON mere conjecture. This group is tha... ...with Cilicia is proved by the coins bearing the legend HLK issued by the Persian satraps of Cilicia, of. B. Head, Historic Nummorum, 1887, 613.—For th...

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Satrap

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...dered as σατράπης, satrápēs (later borrowed into Latin as satrapes), from a Western Iranian cognate xšaθrapā(van). In modern Persian the descend... ...eper" (شهر "shahr", meaning "town", بان "bān" meaning "keeper"). Medo-Persian satraps The first large scale use of satrapies, or provinces, originate... ...m divinity: divine authority validated the divine right of kings . The twenty satraps established by Cyrus were never kings, but viceroy s ruling in... ... often divided into smaller districts, the governors of which were also called satraps and (by Greco-Roman authors) also hyparch s (actually Hyparkho... ...hreat to the central authority could not be ignored" (Olmstead). Rebellions of satraps became frequent from the middle of the 5th century BCE. Darius... ...e greater part of Asia Minor and Syria was in open rebellion ( Revolt of the Satraps ). The last great rebellions were put down by Artaxerxes III ... ...tonomous princes that governed one of its Armenian provinces, the Satrapiae. Western satraps The Western Satraps or Kshatrapas (35-405 CE) were Hi... ...raps The Western Satraps or Kshatrapas (35-405 CE) were Hindu rulers in the western and central part of the Indian subcontinent, today the Sauras...

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The North-Western Provinces of India; Their History, Ethnology, And Administration

By: Crooke, William, 1848-1923

... Note: This item is subject to recall after two weeks. Date Due THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA TH... ...n derived from Sir W. W. Hunter's Imperial Gazetteer^ and those of the North-Western Provinces and Oudh prepared under the orders of the Local Governm... ...easant—litigiousness—the protection of the peasant—the rent law of the North-Western Provinces—of Oudh—classes of tenants—ejectment — enhancement of r... ...V^ —-~~ Sails open, JUliij under constractiBn ti.S.K '^ )^. :^., THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA CHAPTER I THE LAND IN ITS PHYSICAL ASPECT A WI... ...—such is the country known by the clumsy and inappropriate name of the North-Western Provinces and Oudh. This is a name which comes down from the time... ...a the series commences with a line of Rajubala and three other Indo-Skythian Satraps, all of which have legends in Greek ; these are fol- lowed by the...

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Tiribazus

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The north-western provinces of India : their history, ethnology, and administration

By: Crooke, William, 1848-1923

...nto littp://www.arcliive.org/details/nortliwesternproOOcroo THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA ,'5/V'2><c» trv<3 THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVI... ...derived from Sir W. W. Hunter's Imperial Gazetteer, and those of the North-Western Provinces and Oudh prepared under the orders of the Local Governmen... ...sant—litigiousness—the protection of the peasant—the rent law of the North-Western Provinces—of Oudh—classes of tenants—ejectment — enhancement of ren... ... culture........ 320-355 INDEX 357-361 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA CHAPTER I THE LAND IN ITS PHYSICAL ASPECT A WIDE... ...uch is the country known by the clumsy and inappropriate name of the North-Western Provinces and Oudh. This is a name which comes down from the time w... ...the series commences with a line of Rajubala and three other Indo-Skythian Satraps, all of which have legends in Greek ; these are fol- lowed by the c...

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Ariaca

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... beyond Barigaza, mentioned in ancient geographical sources, usually associated with the Western Satraps. According to the Periplu... ...Barigaza, mentioned in ancient geographical sources, usually associated with the Western Satraps. According to the Periplus of the... ...plus of the Erythraean Sea, Ariaca was part of the kingdom of Nambanus, though to be the Western Satrap ruler Nahapana:[1] 41. "Be...

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The Great North-Western Conspiracy in All Its Startling Details

By: Ayer, I. Winslow

...to change the theatre of the war to Northern soil. None G THE GREAT NORTH-WESTERN CONSPIRACY. knew the importance of introducing the machinery of sec... ...ere grossly insulted, soldiers visiting their homes upon TIIE GREAT NORTH-WESTERN CONSPIRACY. / furloughs were often assaulted or murdered, quarrels ... ...t " he who runs may read j" the curtain has been raised 8 THE GREAT NORTH-WESTERN CONSPIRACY. and the light of noonday has been let in, discovering t... ...ment of Conspiracy and Revolution in the Northern States. THE GREAT NORTH-WESTERN CONSPIRACY. 11 Having alluded to the prominent part occupied by for... ... the National Union, cemented as it is by the blood of 12 THE GREAT NORTH-WESTERN CONSPIRACY. the sires and sages of the Revolution, is unimportant t... ...lay Dean, said : " In the presence of the face o^ Camp Douglas and all the satraps of Lincoln, that the American people were ruled by felons. Lincoln ...

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History of Madhya Pradesh

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... Western Satraps ... ... Western Satraps ... ... Western Satraps ... ... Western Satraps ...

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The North-Western Provinces of India; their history, ethnology, and administration

By: Crooke, William, 1848-1923

... Note: This item is subject to recall after two weeks. Date Due THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA TH... ...n derived from Sir W. W. Hunter's Imperial Gazetteer^ and those of the North-Western Provinces and Oudh prepared under the orders of the Local Governm... ...easant—litigiousness—the protection of the peasant—the rent law of the North-Western Provinces—of Oudh—classes of tenants—ejectment — enhancement of r... ...V^ —-~~ Sails open, JUliij under constractiBn ti.S.K '^ )^. :^., THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES OF INDIA CHAPTER I THE LAND IN ITS PHYSICAL ASPECT A WI... ...—such is the country known by the clumsy and inappropriate name of the North-Western Provinces and Oudh. This is a name which comes down from the time... ...a the series commences with a line of Rajubala and three other Indo-Skythian Satraps, all of which have legends in Greek ; these are fol- lowed by the...

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Artabazos II of Phrygia

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... to capture Datames, the satrap of Cappadocia, who had joined in the Satraps' revolt by Artabazus' brother, Ariobarzan. However, Artabazus was... ...abazus then became involved in a revolt against the king and against other satraps who acknowledged the authority of Artaxerxes III. However, Artaba... ...r, in 349 BC, Artaxerxes gave to Mentor the command against the rebellious satraps of western Asia. Mentor took advantage of this opportunity to ask ... ...C, Artaxerxes gave to Mentor the command against the rebellious satraps of western Asia. Mentor took advantage of this opportunity to ask the king to...

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The Great North-Western Conspiracy in All Its Startling Details : Volume 1

By: Ayer, I. Winslow

...o change the theatre of the war to Northern soil. None 6 TIIE GREAT NORTH-WESTERN CONSPIRACY. knew the importance of introducing the machinery of sec... ...were grossly insulted, soldiers visiting their homes upon THE GREAT NORTH-WESTERN CONSPIRACY. 7 furloughs were often assaulted or murdered, quarrels ... ...t " he who runs may read •" the curtain has been raised 8 THE GREAT NORTH-WESTERN CONSPIRACY. and the light of noonday has heen let in, discovering t... ...borne by gentle zephyrsfrom yonder open vestibule. Yonder THE GREAT NORHI-WESTERN CONSPIRACY. 9 comes L. A. Doolittle, Esq., a lawyer of some distinc... ...nt of Conspiracy and Revolution in the Northern States. I THE GREAT NORTH-WESTERN CONSPIRACY. 11 Having alluded to the prominent part occupied by for... ...lay Dean, said : " In the presence of the face of Camp Douglas and all the satraps of Lincoln, that the American people were ruled by felons. Lincoln ...

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Ariobarzanes of Phrygia

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...obtained higher positions in the Persian monarchy than merely the Phrygian satrapship. Ariobarzanes assisted Antalcidas in 388 BCE. He appears to h... ...ately, in about 366 BCE, Ariobarzanes joined an unsuccessful revolt of the satraps of western Anatolia against the Achamenian King Artaxerxes II (... ...bout 366 BCE, Ariobarzanes joined an unsuccessful revolt of the satraps of western Anatolia against the Achamenian King Artaxerxes II ( Revolt of ... ...ern Anatolia against the Achamenian King Artaxerxes II ( Revolt of the Satraps ). Several other satraps sided with Ariobarzanes, including Mauso... ...menia, Autophradates of Lydia and Datames of Cappadocia . The rebel satraps also received support from the pharaoh of Egypt, Teos, as well as ...

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A new history of Rome, from the earliest times to the fall of the Western empire

By: Berkley, E.

...dinhiu'^h A NEW HISTORY OF ROME FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE FALI. OF THE WESTERN EMPIRE. By E. BERKLEY, AOTHOR OF 'history OF ROME FOR JUNIOR CLAS... ...ot even a tradi- indo-Euro- tion of it remains, there must have dwelt in the western parts p®"* ^^'^^ of Central Asia , perhaps near the banks of the ... ...ncUh European. A 2 HISTORY OF ROME. India, the other the unknown regions of Western Asia and of Europe. Following the fortunes of the latter, we find... ...dy to impart than Italy to receive and profit by. Homer's horizon took in no western shore, and to Hesiod Italy was only a group o.^ islands . To the ... ...ic history, adventurers had found their way to the Adriatic, and even to the western shores of Italy, and settled there for the purposes of trade. Gra... ...d in many cases successfully resisted by subordinate princes and independent satraps. Egypt was stronger and more prosperous. The situation of THE OP...

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Satavahana dynasty

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...ke the Sakas, Yavanas and Pahlavas. In particular their struggles with the Western Kshatrapas went on for a long time. The great rulers of the Satavah... ... and Sri Yajna Sātakarni were able to defeat the foreign invaders like the Western Kshatrapas and stop their expansion. In the 3rd century CE the empi... ...56 years. Satakarni defeated the Sunga dynasty of North India by wresting Western Malwa from them, and performed several Vedic sacrifices at huge cos... ...the Sakas of Central Asia into India, where they formed the dynasty of the Western Kshatrapas. The four immediate successors of Hāla (r. 20–24 CE) had... ...E) had short reigns totalling about a dozen years. During the reign of the Western Satrap Nahapana, the Satavahanas lost a considerable territory to t... ...tern Satrap Nahapana, the Satavahanas lost a considerable territory to the satraps, including eastern Malwa, Southern Gujarat, and Northern Konkan, fr... ...er to issue the portrait-type coinage, in a style derived from the Western Satraps.Rapson Successors Gautamiputra's brother, Vashishtiputra Sātaka... ...hishtiputra Sātakarni, married the daughter of Rudradaman I of the Western Satraps dynasty. Around 150 CE, Rudradaman I, now his father-in-law, waged ... ...the last great king of this dynasty, Yajna Satakarni, defeated the Western Satraps and reconquered their southern regions in western and central India...

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A Manual of Ancient History : From the Remotest Times to the Overthrow of the Western Empire, A. D. 476

By: Leonhard Schmitz

... Great; and the third, the Romans, Carthaginians, and the nations of south-western Europe. L. SCIIMITZ. £o1 •• U80D. APRIL 1855. COXTE~TS. -- ~... ...to comprise the whole period from the creation down to the overthrow of the western empire in A..D. "76, and the history of that vast expanse of tim... ... demarcation betweeD antiquity and the middle ages, is the overthrow of the western empire of Rome, and, 80 far as the south-w .. est of Europe is ... ...until the establishment of Mabommedanism revolutionised nearly the whole of western Asia and the north of Africa. The natioDs of central and easter... ...e not sHeeted at all by the event which 80 completely changed the aspect of western Eurol~. But notwithstanding this discrepancy, it is convenient, ... ...osed by Dercyllidas, who demanded the independenee of the Greek towns. The satraps consented to this, on condition that the Greek armies and govern... ...ar, and died in Cyprus. BItt after a short time quarrels among the Persian satraps induced them to change their policy, 80 that Sparta PRACE OF AN... ...sed by Dercyllidas, who deDlanded the independence of the Greek towns. The satraps consented to this, on condition that the Greek armies and govern... ...ar, and died in Cyprus. Bl1t after a short time quarrels among the Persian satraps induced them to change their policy, so that Sparta - - - ....,...

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Peithon

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...ut 355 – 314 BC) was the son of Crateuas, a nobleman from Eordaia in western Macedonia. One of the bodyguards of Alexander the Great, later satr... ...his brother Eudemus the new satrap. From 317 BC however, the other eastern satraps united against Peithon and drove him out. The armies of the eastern...

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The African Abroad, Or, His Evolution in Western Civilization, Tracing His Development under Caucasian Milieu

By: William Henry Ferris

...Society for Hlltorlcal Researcb) THE AFRICAN ABROAD OR His Evolution In Western Civilization TRACING HIS DEVELOPMENT UNDER CAUCASIAN MILIEU BY... ...peech very briefly. It falls into two great divisions-the Oriental and the Western. In the first are included the entire population of northeastern ... ... throughout the Soudan, Abyssinia, the Nile valley and Tunis. The second or western group is the only one to-day in contact or close affinity with E... ...th proposition. He says: Ir is certain that after the partial occupation of western Europe by a dolichocephalic Africanoid type in the stone age, an... ...ins are often found directly superposed upon it geologically. From all over western Europe comes testimony to this effect. We have seen in preceding... .... And women from Ethiopia, "black but comely," wives or favorite slaves of satraps and of kings, often were the real rulers of Oriental provinces a...

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Amazasp III of Iberia

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...Carmania, and Queen Denag of Mesene, and precedes a long list of princes, ministers, and satraps of the royal cities. Professor Cyril Toumanoff of Geo... ...učān mentioned in some of the early Manichaean texts discovered by German expeditions in western China's Xinjiang and the Turpan oasis between 1902 an...

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Ancient History from the Earliest Times to the Fall of the Western Empire, Comprising the History of Chaldaea, Assyria, Media

By: Rawlinson, George, 1812-1902

...WUUUOUUUOUUXUUJCJ ANCIENT HISTORY FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE FALL OF THE WESTERN EMPIRE COMPRISING THE HISTORY OF CHALD^A, ASSYRIA, MEDIA, BABYLON... ...orld far distant from us. For long ages it continued distant, but the modern Western nations have a keen and vital interest in the far Eastern world t... ...etian to the Final Division of the Empire 442 FOURTH SECTION. History of the Western Empire from the Ac- cession of Honorius, A.D. 395, to the Deposit... ...way, and as modern all that connects itself inseparably with the present. In Western Europe the irrup- tion of the Northern Barbarians, in Eastern Eur... ...h, Philip, " An Ancient History from the Earliest Records to the Fall of the Western Empire." London, 1865; 3 vols., 8vo. Em- bodies the latest result... ...fter a while an improvement was made on the simplicity of this early system. Satraps, or provincial governors, court officials belonging to the conque... ...drawn. Meanwhile, the conquerors were apt to quarrel among themselves. Great satraps would revolt and change their governments into inde- pendent sove... ...ernor two, or even three, satrapies. The authority of the Crown was relaxed; satraps became practically uncon- trolled; their lawless acts were winked... ...es like the Persian, to disintegra- tion. ANCIENT HISTORY 89 The revolts of satraps were followed by national outbreaks, which, though sometimes quel...

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Traikutakas dynasty

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...und extensively in southern Gujarat, and southern Maharashtra beyond the Ghats. Their design is very close to that of the Western Satraps, from which ... ...nsively in southern Gujarat, and southern Maharashtra beyond the Ghats. Their design is very close to that of the Western Satraps, from which they pro... ... Central India Southern India Western Gangetic Plain ... ...  3rd century Kushan Empire Western Satraps ... ... 3rd century Kushan Empire Western Satraps ... ...dyan Kingdom(Under Kalabhras) Kadamba Dynasty Western Ganga Dynasty ...

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Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, Or the Central and Western Rajput States of India : Vol. 1

By: Tod, James, 1782-1835; Crooke, William, 1848-1923

...U.A.). Frontispiece. ANNALS AND ANTIQUITIES OF RAJASTHAN OR THE CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAJPUT STATES OF INDIA BY LiEUT.-CoL. JAMES rpD LATE POLITICAL AG... ... RAJPUT STATES OF INDIA BY LiEUT.-CoL. JAMES rpD LATE POLITICAL AGENT TO THE WESTERN RAJPUT STATES EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY WILLIAM CR... ...arly, in the revised Gazetteer of Rajputana, including that of Mewar and the Western States Residency and BIkaner Agency by Lieutenant-Colonel K. D. E... ...he post of his Second Assistant. In 1818 he was appointed Political Agent of Western Rajputana, a post which he held till his retirement in June 1822.... ...e of his departure from India, the extensive tour recorded in his Travels in Western India. Neither on his retirement, nor at any subsequent period, w... ...ill the same period. It was towards the close of the Khilji dynasty that the satraps ^ The Raj Ratana, by Ranchhor Bhat, says : " The Mandor Rao was p... ...s of Rajasthan, with a brave and numerous vassal- age, were transformed into satraps of Delhi, and the importance of most of them was increased by the... ...s have preserved some stanzas addressed by the Khankhanan,^ the first of the satraps of Delhi, to the noble Rajput, in his native tongue, applauding h... ...f his palace that he was first saluted by the title of ' Shah Jahan,' by the satraps and tributary princes of the empire.^ On taking leave, the new mo...

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Mathura

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..., Rajuvula . The capital also mentions the genealogy of several Indo-Scythian satraps of Mathura. Rajuvula apparently eliminated the last of the Ind... ...s of Mathura, but do not make any reference to the Sakas . The Indo-Scythian satraps of Mathura are sometimes called the "Northern Satraps", as oppo... ...ps of Mathura are sometimes called the "Northern Satraps", as opposed to the " Western Satraps " ruling in Gujarat and Malwa . After Rajuvula, sev... ...thura are sometimes called the "Northern Satraps", as opposed to the " Western Satraps " ruling in Gujarat and Malwa . After Rajuvula, several suc...

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Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, Or the Central and Western Rajput States of India : Vol. 2

By: Tod, James, 1782-1835; Crooke, William, 1848-1923

... R.A.) Frontispiece. ANNALS AND ANTIQUITIES OF RAJASTHAN OR THE CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAJPUT STATES OF INDIA BY LiEUT.-CoL. JAMES TOD LATE POLITICAL AG... ... RAJPUT STATES OF INDIA BY LiEUT.-CoL. JAMES TOD LATE POLITICAL AGENT TO THE WESTERN RAJPUT STATES EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY WILLIAM CR... ...en the Buddhists and Vaishnavas—Analogies between the legends of Krishna and Western mythology—Festivals of Krishna—Pilgrimage to Nathdwara—The seven ... ... Emigration of Siahji and Setram, grandsons of Jaichand—Their arrival in the Western Desert—Sketch ofthe tribes inhabiting CONTENTS xi PAOB the deser... ...tensive diffusion of this Scythic race, still a majority of the peasantry in Western Rajputana, and perhaps in Northern India — Their pursuits pastora... ...prepared a formidable army. He collected [the contingents of] the twenty-two Satraps * of the empire, and placed at their head Jai Singh of Amber, Hai... ...wenty-two,' meaning the collec- tive force of the twenty-two subahdars, ' or satraps of the provinces.' ' Capitation tax. * The poet calls it by its c...

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History of Rajasthan

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...Viratnagar Vrind W Western Satraps Categories ... ...ar Vrind W Western Satraps Categories ... ...Viratnagar Vrind W Western Satraps Categories ... ...ar Vrind W Western Satraps Categories ...

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The African Abroad, Or, His Evolution in Western Civilization, Tracing His Development under Caucasian Milieu : Volume 2

By: Ferris, William Henry, 1873-1941

....WorldLibrary.net i^^^^^^^.^i^H^^I THE AFRICAN ABROAD OR His Evolution in Western Civilization TRACING HIS DEVELOPMENT UNDER CAUCASIAN MILIEU BY WI... ... speech very briefly. It falls into two great divisions—the Oriental and the Western. In the first are included the entire population of northeastern ... ...a throughout the Soudan, Abyssinia, the Nile valley and Tunis. The second or western group is the only one to-day in contact or close affinity with Eu... ... proposition. He says : ^ It is certain that after the partial occupation of western Europe by a dolichocephalic Africanoid type in the stone age, an ... ...ains are often found directly superposed upon it geologically. From all over western Europe comes testimony to this effect. We have seen in preceding ... ...ic. And women from Ethiopia, "black but comely," wives or favorite slaves of satraps and of kings, often were the real rulers of Oriental provinces an...

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Rudradaman I

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...Rudradaman I Western Satrap ... ... Rudradaman I (r. 130–150) was a Saka ruler from the Western Kshatrapas dynasty. He was the grandson of the celebrated Sah[1] ki... ... "Rudradaman (...) who is the lord of the whole of eastern and western Akaravanti (Akara: East Malwa and Avanti: West Malwa), the Anupa co... ...uvira (Sindh and Multan districts), Kukura (Eastern Rajputana), Aparanta ("Western Border" - Northern Konkan), Nishada (an aboriginal tribe, Malwa and... ..., Rudradaman made no reference to Avanti. He said he conquered Eastern and Western Akaravanti (Eastern Malwa) - Western Akaravanti being land lying ea... ... External links Coins of the Western Satraps Coins of Rudradaman I ... ...archs History of Malwa Western Satraps Ror 2nd-century monarch...

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Annals and Antiquities of Rajasthan, Or the Central and Western Rajput States of India : Vol. 3

By: Tod, James, 1782-1835; Crooke, William, 1848-1923

...hfisi.) Vroniisp'mcc ANNALS AND ANTIQUITIES OF RAJASTHAN OR THE CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAJPUT STATES OF INDIA BY LiEUT.-CoL. JAMES JOD LATE POLITICAL AG... ... RAJPUT STATES OF INDIA BY LiEUT.-CoL. JAMES JOD LATE POLITICAL AGENT TO THE WESTERN RAJPUT STATES EDITED WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY WILLIAM CR... ... important to ^ The journals of all these routes, with others of Central and Western India, form eleven moderate-sized folio volumes, from which an it... ... for some miles resembles waves of the sea, will comprehend this remark. Its western boundary is alike NATURAL DIVISIONS OF THE DESERT 1259 defined, ... ... the desert, when compared with the two hundred and eighty miles between its western frontier and Bahawulpoor, and, even of this, only the last hundre... ...territory, and the consequence of its princes arose out of their position as satraps of the empire. He therefore determined to seize upon all the dist...

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334 BC

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...ed by his son-in-law, Orontobates. As the Persian satraps have gathered for a war council at Zeleia, Memnon argues that it is... ...ontine Phrygia, will not allow his land to be burned and agrees with other satraps to reject this cautious advice. Macedoni... ...er-in-law, Pixodarus. Alexander's victory exposes western Asia Minor to the Macedonians, and most of the cities in the region...

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