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This US group was formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1978 by Steve Allen (guitar, vocals) and Ron Flynt (bass, vocals), two expatriate musicians from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Drummer Mike Gallo ...

1st century BCE

1st century BCE: c. 100 BCE - CE 1  

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...Literature Europe Greece Italy Empires c. 20 BCE 20 BCE A collection of witty love poems, entitled Amores , brings Ovid an early success Ovid (43 bc – ad 18) World Encyclopedia 1 Latin literature Roman empire Literature Poetry Europe Greece Italy Empires c. 20 BCE 20 BCE Augustus Caesar puts a team of surveyors to work mapping the empire's 50,000 miles of roads, a task which will take them twenty years Augustus (63 bc – ad 14) World Encyclopedia 1 Roman empire Politics Europe Greece Italy Empires c. 20 BCE 20 BCE Roman author Vitruvius writes De...

3rd century BCE

3rd century BCE: c. 300 BCE - c. 200 BCE  

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...292 BCE 292 BCE The Colossus, a giant statue of Helios the sun god, is erected beside the harbour of Rhodes Colossus The Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea 2 Seven Wonders of the World Arts Sculpture Europe Greece 281 BCE 281 BCE Pyrrhus lands in Italy, with 25,000 men and 20 elephants, to fight for the Greek colony of Tarentum against the Romans Pyrrhus of Epiros (319–272 bc ) The Oxford Companion to Military History 1 Politics Conquest and colonization War Europe Greece Italy c. 280 BCE 280 BCE The Jewish community of Alexandria coins the word ...

4th century BCE

4th century BCE: c. 400 BCE - c. 300 BCE  

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...rev Exploration British Isles Europe Society Britain c. 310 BCE 310 BCE Alexander IV and his mother Roxana are murdered by order of Cassander (by now the self-proclaimed king of Macedonia) Cassander (297 bc ) Oxford Dictionary of the Classical World 1 Greece 301 BCE 301 BCE Some 20 years after the death of Alexander the Great one of his generals, Ptolemy, extends his rule from Egypt to include Jerusalem Ptolemy Oxford Dictionary of the Classical World 1 Politics Conquest and colonization Jerusalem Asia West Asia Palestine and Israel c. 300 BCE 300 BCE...

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