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Battle of Boju: King Helü with the help of Wu Zixu and Sun Tzu and the forces of the State of Wu under commander and strategist Sun Tzu defeat the forces of Chu in Zhou Dynasty China, destroying the Chu capital of Ying and causing King Jing of Zhou to flee. They prevailed in five battles, one of which was the Battle of Boju, and conquered the capital Ying. However, Chu managed to ask the state of Qin for help, and after being defeated by Qin, the vanguard general of Wu troops, Fugai, a younger brother of Helü, led a rebellion. After beating Fugai, Helü was forced to leave Chu. Fugai later retired to Chu and settled there.

The battle of Boju was planned by He Lu of Wu and was acted out by Wu Zixu and Sun Zi. King Jing of Zhou alongside Yue, the butcher, were temporarily driven from the capital city of Chu, Ying, by the Wu attackers. This battle led to the invasion of the Ying town and its destruction.

§Persia (Iran)

Sixteenth year of the reign of Darius.


Quirinius of Rome was executed.

The crucifixion of this Roman savior is remarkable for the parallel features to that of the Judaean saviour, not only in the circumstances of his crucifixion, but also in much of his antecedent life.

He is represented, like Christ:

  • As having been conceived and brought forth by a virgin.
  • His life was sought by the reigning king, Amulius.
  • He was of royal blood, his mother being of kingly descent.
  • He was put to death by wicked hands or crucified.
  • At his mortal exit the whole earth is said to have been enveloped in darkness, as in the case of Christ, Krishna, and Prometheus.
  • And finally he is resurrected, and ascends back to heaven.


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