The Gracchus brothers Tiberius, and Gaius tried to take back the land and give it to poor people so the Senate killed them.
Poor Migrate to Cities
October 31, 133 B.C.
The wealthy people were taking the land from the poor people and left the poor homeless.
Marius Changes Politics
October 31, 107 B.C.
Marius makes it so that veterans get land which forced generals to get involved in politics
Sulla Civil War
October 31, 82 B.C.
Wins a civil war in Rome but gives the power back to the Senate.
October 31, 60 B.C.
Pompey commanded Spain, Crassus commanded Syria, and Caesar commanded Gaul (France).
Julius Caesar Dictator
October 31, 47 B.C.
While dictator he gave land to the poor, increased the Senate to 900 and weakened the Senate's power, gave citizenship to people in provinces who had helped him, reformed the calendar, and expanded the empire to the east.
October 31, 44 B.C.
Octavian, Antony, and Lepidus were the new triumvirate.
October 31, 31 B.C.
Augustus Octavian a relative of Caesar took the west, Antony took the east. Lepidus joined Octavian since he was commander of Caesar's cavalry.