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Encyclopedia > 514 BC

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514 BC - definition of 514 BC in Encyclopedia (221 words)
March 12, 515 BC - Construction is completed on the Temple in Jerusalem.
514 BC -- King Helu of Wu established "Great City of Helu", the ancient name for Suzhou, as his capital in China.
510 BC -- End of reign of Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, last king of the traditional seven Kings of Rome.
Harmodius and Aristogeiton - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1149 words)
Harmodius (circa 530 BC - 514 BC) and Aristogeiton (circa 550 BC - 514 BC), known as "the Liberators" and "the Tyrannicides", became heroes in Athens through their role in the overthrow of the Tyranny of the Peisistratid family.
In 514 BC Hipparchus sought the sexual favours of Harmodius, who was, the historian Thucydides tells us, "then in the flower of youthful beauty," which would have made him about 15.
In 346 BC, for example, the politician Timarchus was prosecuted (for political reasons) on the grounds that he had been a prostitute.
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