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1750000bc: Making and using advanced stone tools.
Oldest: -790 end
A100
781bc: Oldest Chinese recording of a solar eclipse
Tiglathpileser-Iii King-Of-Assyria
790bc-726bc
762
bc
Yaba Queen-Of-Assyria
780bc-740bc
Youngest: -780
Oldest: -760 end
A99
753bc: Romulus and Remus found Rome (traditional date)
Sargon-Ii King-Of-Syria
760bc-705bc
743
bc
Atalia Queen-Of-Syria
760bc-720bc
Youngest: -760
Oldest: -745 end
A98
750bc: Homer writes the Iliad and the Odessey [hint: 500 years after the Trojan war]
Sennacherib King-Of-Assyria
745bc-680bc
717
bc
Naqi'a Zakutu Queen-Of-Syria
730bc-668bc
Youngest: -730
Oldest: -715 end end end
A97
700bc: Assyrian king Sennacherib launches another campaign into the Chaldean region, where the Babylonian
rebel Merodach-Baladan II has been conspiring against him. Merodach-Baladan takes refuge in Elam,
north of the Persian Gulf.
Nabu-kudurri-usur Prince-Of-Babylon
710bc-670bc
683
bc
Unknown Princess-Of-Babylon
700bc-660bc
Esarhaddon King-Of-Assyria
715bc-669bc
690
bc
Esar-hamat Queen-Of-Assyria
710bc-670bc
Youngest: -700
Oldest: -693 end end
A96
680bc: Greece's games of the 25th Olympiad is held at Olympia with the first equestrian event. A
four-horse chariot race is run at the nearby hippodrome, slaves driving the chariots in a fierce
competition that not infrequently ends in death
Bel-ibni Governor-Of-Uruk-And-Susa
685bc-628bc
656
bc
Unknown-Wife Governess-Of-Uruk-And-Susa
?-?
Shamash-shum-ukin King-Of-Babylon
693bc-648bc
659
bc
Unknown-Wife Queen-Of-Babylon
680bc-640bc
Youngest: -680
Oldest: -658
A95
650bc: A climate change affects all the Bronze Age cultures in Europe with colder and wetter climate,
and tribes from the Scandinavian Nordic Bronze Age cultures are pushed downwards into the European
continent.
Nabopolassar King-Of-Babylon
658bc-605bc
633
bc
Shuadamqa Queen-Of-Babylon
650bc-610bc
Youngest: -650
Oldest: -725 end end end
A94
639bc: Interregnum ends and Ancus Marcius becomes the king of Rome
Teispes-Ii Prince-Of-Persia
725bc-660bc
672
bc
Unknown-Wife Noblewoman-Of-Persia
690bc-665bc
Nebuchadnezzar-Ii King-Of-Babylon
635bc-562bc
608
bc
Unknown-Wife Queen-Of-Babylon
635bc-595bc
Youngest: -635
Oldest: -670 end end
A93
621bc: Draco makes the first law code for Ancient Greece.
Ariaramnes-I Prince-Of-Persia
670bc-610bc
615
bc
Unknown-Wife Noblewoman-Of-Persia
635bc-595bc
Nabu-balatsu-iqbi Prince-Of-Babylon
620bc-560bc
609
bc
Adad-happe Moongod-Sin-High-Priestess
?-?
Youngest: -620
Oldest: -615 end end
A92
598bc: Jehoiachin succeeds Jehoiakim as King of Judah.
Arsames-I Prince-Of-Persia
615bc-520bc
572
bc
Unknown-Wife Noblewoman-Of-Persia
590bc-550bc
Gobryas Governor-Of-Babyon
610bc-538bc
575
bc
Unknown-Wife Princess-Governess-Of-Babylon
595bc-555bc
Youngest: -590
Oldest: -575
A91
570bc: End of the Babylonian siege against the city of Tyre with a partial victory by the Babylonians.
It was the longest siege of the city in history, lasting 13 years.
Hystaspes-I Governor-Of-Parthia-and-Pharnaces
570bc-495bc
552
bc
Rhodogune Princess-Of-Persia
575bc-525bc
Youngest: -570
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350000bc: Spears as weapons.

The Hystaspses/Rhodogune Family


MapFileName: A100-91HystaspsesiRhodogune
Number of Couples: 15