Roman History

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legendary founding of Rome by Romulus and Remus (753 BC)

753 BC

Etruscan rule (600-400 BC)

600 BC - 400 BC

Roman Republic (509-264 BC)

509 BC - 264 BC

publication of the Twelve Tables (450 BC)

450 BC

First Punic War with Carthage (264-241 BC)

264 BC - 241 BC

Roman conquest of the Mediterranean (264-133 BC)

264 BC - 133 BC

destruction of Carthage (146 BC)

146 BC

reforms of Tiberius Gracchu (133 BC)

133 BC

Decline and fall of the Roman Republic (133-31 BC)

133 BC - 31 BC

reforms of Gaius Gracchus (123-122 BC)

123 BC - 122 BC

Sulla is dictator (82-79 BC)

82 BC - 79 BC

First Triumvirate (60 BC)

60 BC

Caesar crosses Rubicon (49 BC)

49 BC

Caesar named dictator (47 BC)

47 BC

Caesar assassinated by Senate (44 BC)

44 BC

Cicero killed (43 BC)

43 BC

Second Triumvirate (43 BC)

43 BC

Age of Augustus (31 BC-14)

31 BC - 14 CE

Octavian defeats Anthony (31 BC)

31 BC

Jesus lives (6 BC-30)

6 BC - 30 CE

Paul lives (5-67)

5 CE - 67 CE

Julio-Claudian rules (14-68)

14 CE - 68 CE

Tuberius (14-37)

14 CE - 37 CE

Eary Empire (14-180)

14 CE - 180 CE

Pax Romana (31-180)

31 CE - 180 CE

Caligula (37-41)

37 CE - 41 CE

Claudius (41-54)

41 CE - 54 CE

Nero (54-68)

54 CE - 68 CE

famous Roman fire (conflagration) (64)

64 CE

Flavians (69-96)

69 CE - 96 CE

eruption of Mt. Vesuvius (79)

79 CE

Five Good Emperors (96-180)

96 CE - 180 CE

Nerva (96-98)

96 CE - 98 CE

Trajan (98-117)

98 CE - 117 CE

Hadrian (117-138)

117 CE - 138 CE

construction of the Pantheon (118-125)

118 CE - 125 CE

Hadiran's Wall constructed (122)

122 CE

Antoninus Pius (138-161)

138 CE - 161 CE

Marcus Aurelius (161-180)

161 CE - 180 CE

Roman citizenship to all free Romans (212)

212 CE

Diocletian as leader (284-305)

284 CE - 305 CE

Constantine as leader (306-337)

306 CE - 337 CE

Constantine's conversion to Christianity (313)

313 CE

Edict of Milan (313)

313 CE

division of the Roman Empire (395)

395 CE