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By Michael Wood

Notwithstanding the British movie Institute venture of publishing its movie Classics sequence all started within the early Nineties, the BFI didn't exhibit the total checklist of the 360 movies slated for monographs till 1998, within the type of this book connected to at least one of the problems of Sight and Sound. The venture started as a maintenance attempt to create 360 "show" prints for the BFI theater, with accompanying monographs. quickly the books elevated to the fashionable Classics sequence, in distinguishing black themed covers, whereas continuing the "360" on the price of approximately 15 a 12 months. This e-book additionally comprises an essay by means of Michael wooden at the motion pictures and the method.

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After two years on the throne he was murdered by Bagoas, who now supported another claimant to the throne, Artashata (=DARIUS III). Briant 1996:794–6; Kuhrt 1995:675 Artaxerxes III Achaemenid king, son and successor of ARTAXERXES II (359–338). According to Plutarch his succession was the result of a violent struggle with several of his brothers. The most important event of his reign was the re-conquest of Egypt, which had rebelled against Persian rule during his father’s lifetime. He first subdued a revolt of Cyprus and the Phoenician cities that was supported by a large contingent of Greek mercenaries.

21st century); the earliest Hurrian king attested so far. He left an inscription Gurney 1990:38–9 21 Arsaces I Artaxerxes II Arsaces I (=Parthian Arshak) Parthian king, from the Iranian, nomadic tribe of the Parni, founder of the Arsacid dynasty (c. 247/238– 217). His history is mainly known from classical sources, although his name appeared on coins and ostraca from the period. Against the background of an internecine Seleucid war in the west, some of the eastern provinces of the Seleucid empire rebelled.

According to the Assyrian King List he was the son and successor of ASHUR-BEL-NISHESHU (1408–1401). A single building inscription on a clay cone records the restoration work on the inner city wall at Assur. Grayson 1976:70–1 Ashur-resha-ishi I Assyrian king, son of MUTAKKILNUSKU, eighty-sixth in the Assyrian King List (1132–1115). He managed to reverse the ill fortunes of Assyria during his reign by taking decisive action against pastoralist tribes on the eastern and western borders of the realm, such as the Lullume, the Guti and the Arameans.

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