In February 1836 the Watertown Presbyteryn united with the Black River Congregational association in founding the Black River Literary & Religious Institute in Watertown with Reverend Mr Pettibone an original trustee.
In January 1839 he became the second pastor of the Presbyterian church in Canton, and served there until 1854.
The site for that edifice and for the Canton village park was given by Governor Silas Wright and Joseph Barnes, both of whom became trustees when the Presbyterian society was incorporated in July 1823 and the first edifice completed in 1831.
An Israeli Antiquities Authority worker holds figurines found at the Tel Motza archaeological site: The IAA said on Wednesday they unearthed a maze-like construction and a cache of sacred vessels some 2, 750 years old'The ritual building at Tel Motza is an unusual and striking find, in light of the fact that there are hardly any remains of ritual buildings of the period in Judaea,' the dig directors said in a statement.'The uniqueness of the structure is even more remarkable because of the vicinity of the site's proximity to the capital city of Jerusalem, which acted as the Kingdom's main sacred center at the time.' Archaeologist Anna Eirikh shows a horse figurine at the site on the outskirts of Jerusalem: Experts say the finds provide rare testimony of a ritual cult in the region at the start of the period of the royal House of David At the time, the site's archaeologists proposed identifying it with the Biblical settlement Mozah, mentioned in the Book of Joshua - a town in the tribal lands of Benjamin bordering on Judaea (Joshua 18: 26).
When Governor Flower was born Reverend Mr Pettibone was located in Theresa.
The First Presbyterian society was formed there May 8 1825 and incorporated December 22 1835 with Mr and Mrs Nathan M Flower original trustees.
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Margaret Atwood, The Penelopiad (2005), a literary novel about the experiences of Odysseus' wife, Penelope, while he was away fighting the Trojan War and voyaging home.
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History came into being with accounts like those of the Greek historians Herodotus, Thucydides and Xenophon, who wrote about the war with Persia and Peloponnesian War between Sparta and Athens in the fifth century B. Their accounts, laced with vivid anecdotes about Persian and Greek leaders, have inspired many historical novels. The 36 Best Historical Novels for a Survey of Ancient Greek History, selected by David Maclaine Jump to Mystery Novels Click on the title for more information from Powell's Books or another online source, or if you're outside the U. Brian Aldiss, Jocasta (2014), a retelling of the Oedipus story from the perspective of his mother.
Alexander the Great, the fourth century Macedonian warrior-king who conquered most of the world known to the Greeks of his day, is still recalled in the Middle East and beyond with tales praising him as an ancestor or reviling him as a devil. Gertrude Atherton, The Immortal Marriage (1927), about Aspasia and her relationship with Pericles in ancient Athens.