502 BCE

502 BCE

The 6th century BC started the first day of 600 BC and ended the last day of 501 BC. . 4 December 502 BC: Solar eclipse darkens Egypt (computed, no clear  Millennium ‎: ‎ 1st millennium BC.
BCE), 23 Marquis Huan (personal name Fengren, r. BCE) 505– 502 BCE), 254, 255 Yang (personal name of untitled ruler, r. BCE).
Life of the Chinese Sophist/Philosopher Teng Shih (probable date of death 522 or 502 BCE). c. 485 BCE - c. 415 BCE. Life time of Protagoras of Abdera. LL04 BCE BMW thinking they can do what they want

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Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in. Life of the Confucian philosopher Mencius Mang-Tze. Probable life of Sun-Tzu , Military Strategist, author of The Art of War. In India the Tantric expands the number of deities to include helpful demons, contactable through ritual. Similarly, the narrative of Herodotus regarding Amestris a name meaning 'vigorous woman' in Old Persian , Xerxes' unique wife and only queen known in Persia, corresponds in many ways to Esther 'star' in Old Persian" despite the unfavourable and biased description of the Persian queen.
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Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. Development of the Charvaka school of philosophy in India. This has led some to label the period a dark age or black box — as obscure as it is essential for understanding the history of Judaism. The Persian Empire continued to expand and grew into the greatest empire the world had known at the time. Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. Life time of Protagoras of Abdera. In India the Tantric expands the number of deities to include helpful demons, contactable through ritual. 502 BCE