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Encyclopedia > 535 BC

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535 BC (832 words)
535 BC When Confucius was fifty-two years old there was a conference between the countries of Lu and Ch’i.
After some official ceremonies, Ch’i asked the orchestras from different places and some actors and dwarfs to play for them.
One of his students asked Confucius, "Does a gentleman sometimes also find himself in trouble?" "Yes," replied Confucius, "a gentleman also sometimes finds himself in adversity, but when a common man finds himself in adversity, he forgets himself and does all sorts of foolish things."
Ancient Rome - MSN Encarta (1694 words)
Tarquinius, who ruled between 616 and 579 bc, was said to have drained the marshes between the hills and paved an area for the market place that became known as the Roman Forum.
His successor, Servius Tullius (578–535 bc), organized the Roman army into groups of 100 men called centuries and was said to have built a new wall around the city.
The cruel seventh king, Lucius Tarquinus Superbus or Tarquin the Proud (534–510 bc), was expelled in 510 after his son cruelly raped Lucretia, a virtuous Roman matron and the wife of his kinsman Collatinus.
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