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Encyclopedia > 296 BC

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Nabataea: Southern India 250 BC - 250 AD (1209 words)
The Mauryan Dynasty [322 BC - 185 BC]
His son and successor, Bindusara (296 BC - 273 BC), extended the kingdom further and conquered the south as far as Mysore.
In 185 BC, the Mauryan king was overthrown by Pushyamitra Shunga, an ambitious Commander-in-Chief of armed forces.
Appius Claudius Caecus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (309 words)
He was a censor in 312 BC during the Second Samnite War.
He later served as consul twice, in 307 BC and 296 BC, and in 292 BC and 285 BC he was appointed dictator.
In 280 BC, after he had gone blind (because of a curse, according to Livy), he gave a famous speech against Cineas, an envoy of Pyrrhus of Epirus, declaring that Rome would never surrender.
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