divendres, 6 de novembre de 2015

I AM GOD RULER OF ALL MEN - O CAPITALISMO ATINGE UM TAL GRAU QUE UM HOMEM DE NEGÓCIOS ILÍDIO POSSUIA EM MOEDA SONANTE 2000 TALENTOS EM PRATA E 4 MILHÕES DE DÁRICAS EM OURO 4 MILHÕES X 8,41 GRAMAS MAIS DE 32 TONELADAS EM OURO NAS MÃOS DE UM ÚNICO HOMEM - O CRÉDITO NO IMPÉRIO AGIGANTA-SE E O JURO DO DINHEIRO DESCE SUCESSIVAMENTE ATÉ ATINGIR UNS ESCASSOS 12% I am Cyrus, king of the world, great king, mighty king, king of Babylon, king of the land of Sumer and Akkad, king of the four quarters, son of Cambyses, great king, king of Anshan, grandson of Cyrus, great king, king of Anshan, descendant of Teispes, great king, king of Anshan, progeny of an unending royal line, whose rule Bel and Nabu cherish, whose kingship they desire for their hearts' pleasures. When I, well-disposed, entered Babylon, I established the seat of government in the royal palace amidst jubilation and rejoicing. Marduk, the great God, caused the big-hearted inhabitants of Babylon to...me. I sought daily to worship him. My numerous troops moved about undisturbed in the midst of Babylon. I did not allow any to terrorize the land of Sumer and Akkad. I kept in view the needs of Babylon and all its sanctuaries to promote their well being. The citizens of Babylon... I lifted their unbecoming yoke. Their dilapidated dwellings I restored. I put an end to their misfortunes. At my deeds Marduk, the great Lord, rejoiced, and to me, Cyrus, the king who worshipped, and to Cambyses, my son, the offspring of my loins, and to all my troops, he graciously gave his blessing, and in good spirit is before him we/glorified/exceedingly his high divinity....O IMPÉRIO PERSA É UM ENORME IMPÉRIO COMERCIAL QUE TROCA COM GREGOS E HINDUS DRACMAS DE PRATA E DE FERRO POR MADEIRAS INDIANAS E ELEFANTES DA MESMA MASSA SUB-CONTINENTAL - A ARTÉRIA VITAL DO IMPÉRIO 2400 KM DE ESTRADA SUSA-SARDES 8 DIAS A 300 KM POR DIA PELO CORREIO IMPERIAL A CAVALO OU A DROMEDÁRIO DE CORRIDA THE FIRST EMPIRE The Iranian plateau was settled about 1500BC by Aryan tribes, the most important of which were the Medes, who occupied the northwestern portion, and the Persians, who emigrated from Parsua, a land west of Lake Urmia, into the southern region of the plateau, which they named Parsamash or Parsumash. The first prominent leader of the Persians was the warrior chief Hakhamanish, or Achaemenes, who lived about 681BC. The Persians were dominated by the Medes until the accession to the Persian throne in 550 BC of Cyrus the Great. He overthrew the Median rulers, conquered the kingdom of Lydia in 546BC and that of Babylonia in 539BC and established the Persian Empire as the preeminent power of the world. His son and successor, Cambyses II, extended the Persian realm even further by conquering the Egyptians in 525BC. Darius I, who ascended the throne in 521BC, pushed the Persian borders as far eastward as the Indus River, had a canal constructed from the Nile to the Red Sea, and reorganized the entire empire, earning the title Darius the Great. From 499 to 493BC he engaged in crushing a revolt of the Ionian Greeks living under Persian rule in Asia, and then launched a punitive campaign against the European Greeks for supporting the rebels. His forces were disastrously defeated by the Greeks at the historic Battle of Marathon in 490BC. Darius died while preparing a new expedition against the Greeks; his son and successor, Xerxes I, attempted to fulfill his plan but met defeat in the great sea engagement the Battle of Salamís in 480BC and in two successive land battles in the following year. The forays of Xerxes were the last notable attempt at expansion of the Persian Empire. During the reign of Artaxerxes I, the second son of Xerxes, the Egyptians revolted, aided by the Greeks; although the revolt was finally suppressed in 446BC, it signaled the first major assault against, and the beginning of the decline of, the Persian Empire. THE FIRST PHASE OF THE PERSIAN WARS In 521 BC the Persian king Darius I crushed all resistance to his accession to the throne after a brief but bloody civil war. While playing a central role in reorganizing the empire, he also worked to secure and expand its outer borders. In 513 BC the Persians captured the major Greek islands of Khíos, Sámos, and Lésvos. Also in 513 BC Darius himself crossed over to Europe and conquered the area between the Danube and the Aegean coast to the borders of Macedonia. Many historians believe that these gains were part of the normal process of imperial expansion and that Darius eventually intended the conquest of Greece and the Aegean. In 499 BC his forces attempted to capture the island of Náxos as a first step towards dominating the central Aegean. This attempt failed and it helped to precipitate a revolt of the Ionian Greeks living along the coast of Asia Minor. This revolt, caused by dissatisfaction with economic and political conditions under the Persians, lasted from 499 to 493 BC. The revolt was at first successful but the Ionians were eventually thwarted by a crucial defeat at sea and the immense superiority of Persian numbers and organization. Athens and the lesser mainland state of Eretria had provided naval help to the Ionian rebels during the revolt. This intervention convinced Darius that Greece itself must be subdued to guarantee Persian security in the west. In 492 BC the Persians launched an expedition to gain control of the central Aegean and to punish Athens and Eretria for assisting the Ionian rebels. After initial successes in northern Greece the Persians moved against Athens but were turned back when most of the ships were lost in a storm. In the summer of 490 BC a second Persian expedition sacked Eretria and then landed at Marathon less than 40 km (25 mi) northeast of Athens. The Athenians had appealed for help to other Greek states and especially to Sparta, but in the deciding battle faced the Persian force almost alone. Due to the strategy of Athenian general Miltiades, the force of about 10,000 Greek infantrymen defeated a much more numerous enemy. The battle showed the decisive superiority of the heavier armored Greek infantry over their Persian opponents in close combat. XERXES’ INVASION This failure led Darius to begin preparing a much larger force for a second and final invasion. But rebellion in Egypt and other events delayed matters. In 486 BC Darius died and was succeeded by his son Xerxes I. After reconquering Egypt Xerxes was ready to take up his father’s plans for Greece. The army he assembled was far larger than any the Greeks had seen before. Estimated in the millions by Greek historian Herodotus, it probably actually consisted of between 200,000 and 300,000 infantry and cavalry and more than 700 warships. The size of this force, the need for steady supplies, and the rugged nature of the Greek landscape led the Persians to develop a strategy that depended on cooperation between the army and the fleet. The army would provide bases for the fleet while the fleet would allow the army to bypass obstacles on land. In the spring of 480 BC the immense expedition set out from Sardis in western Asia Minor.

O CÓDIGO DE DEUS ELE PRÓPRIO

É PUBLICADO EM EGÍPCIO 

PERSA E ARAMEU OU ARAMAICO

PARA O CASO TANTO FAZ

UM CÓDIGO DE DIREITO EGÍPCIO

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REVISÃO DE CÓDIGO DESDE HAMURABI

REVÊ O CÓDIGO DE AMÁSIS

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PARA AS ESCOLAS DE MEDICINA DE SAIS

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AMÁSIS ERA UM RADICAL 

O CASAMENTO TORNOU-SE 

UM CONTRATO CIVIL

ANTES DE SER UM ATO DE FÉ 

OS TEMPLOS EGÍPCIOS 

PAGAVAM TRIBUTO

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SATRAPIA EM NOME DO REI DOS REIS

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MAS A BURGUESIA URBANA E O SEU 

COMÉRCIO NÃO ENTRAVAM NESTES

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FOSSE DE ESCRAVOS OU DE PORCOS

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E GARANTIA INGRESSO DE RECEITAS

ESTÁVEIS SOBRE AS FORTUNAS DOS

HOMENS QUE TINHAM A SORTE 

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PERMITIU A DARIO ACUMULAR

180 MIL TALENTOS EM PRATA

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DARIO IRÁ CONCLUI-LO 

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HARMONIZA TODOS OS PESOS

E MEDIDAS COM  O ESTALÃO BABILÓNICO


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    late 14c., spydyr, from earlier spiþre, spiþur, spiþer (14c.), from Old English spiðra, from Proto-Germanic *spin-thron- (cognate with Danish spinder), literally "the spinner," from *spen-wo- "to spin" (see spin (v.)) + formative or agential *-thro. The connection with the root is more transparent in other Germanic cognates (such as Middle Low German, Middle Dutch, Middle High German, German spinne, Dutch spin "spider").
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    1640s, earlier spider's web (1530s), from spider + web (n.).
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    1823, "long and thin," from spider + -y (2).

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  2. o mau sinal é na careca né...falam tanto da carne de porco e esquecem-se de por o boné
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    Titus Andronicus Raymond
    Titus Andronicus Raymond PEDRO O CRU PROCURA O SANTO GRAAL AGORA EM RASPADINHAS E EUROMILHÕES À TERÇA NÃO SE ESQUEÇAM DE JOGAR AUMENTA AS RECEITAS DO ESTADO MESMO QUE NÃO GANHEM
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    Tiago Domingues
    Tiago Domingues Boa análise. Concordo com tudo.
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    Adriano Philemon Zoio
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    Luis Alves Monteiro
    Luis Alves Monteiro PML nem uma palavrinha sobre o que o seu protege Socas anda a fazer??!
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    Titus Andronicus Raymond
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