Cylon

(from the article `ancient Greek civilization`) ...and it is not surprising to find it experiencing some of the strains that in the 8th century had led to tyrannies elsewhere. Indeed, it narrowly ...
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Cylon

(lived 7th century BC) Athenian noble. He led an unsuccessful insurrection 632 BC, hoping to make himself tyrant of Athens. Besieged on the Acropolis, Cylon and his supporters took sanctuary at the altar of Athena. The...
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Cylon

[1978] Cylons are a fictional race of robots in the original Battlestar Galactica TV series. They are the primary antagonists of the series and are at war with the Twelve Colonies of humanity. The Cylons also appeared in the short-lived 1980 spin-off series Galactica 1980. An updated version of the original Cylon also appeared briefly in a ...
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Cylon

[ancient Athenian] Taken by Mammal4 and uploaded 28-07-06 ...
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Cylon

[Battlestar Galactica] The Cylons are a cybernetic civilization at war with the Twelve Colonies of humanity in the Battlestar Galactica science fiction franchise, in the original 1978 and 1980 series, the 2004 reimagining, as well as the spin-off prequel series, Caprica. In the 1978 series, the Cylon is also the name of the reptilian race w...
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Cylon

[reimagining] Cylon is a fictional artificially-intelligent `collective` of robotic beings who because of a special set of programs Zoe Graystone wrote, creating a digital image of her very existence, the Cylon`s as individuals achieve `cognizance` - i.e. are able to ask who and what they are - why they exist, and based on that programming,...
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