Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I
Oldest: -828 end end
A101
825bc: Takelot II, king of Egypt, dies. Crown Prince Osorkon III and Shoshenq III, sons of Takelot,
battle for the throne.
Karanus King-Of-Macedonia
828bc-778bc
801
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -828
Oldest: -798 end
A100
796bc: Adad-Nirari III captures Damascus after a siege against King Ben-Hadad III.
Coenus King-Of-Macedonia
798bc-750bc
771
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -798
Oldest: -770 end
A99
771bc: Traditional Birth-year of Romulus and Remus, Romulus as the traditional founder of Rome
Tyrimmas King-Of-Macedonia
770bc-700bc
723
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -770
Oldest: -720 end
A98
721bc: The Assyrians conquer the tribes of northern Israel.
Perdiccus-I King-Of-Macedonia
720bc-678bc
700
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -720
Oldest: -698 end
A97
698bc: Greek colonization of the Mediterranean in the next two centuries will be motivated primarily
by a need to find new food sources as Greece's population expands. The barren and rocky soil of
the Greek Peninsula is inadequate to meet the people's alimentary needs
Argaeus King-Of-Macedonia
698bc-640bc
665
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -698
Oldest: -660 end
A96
664bc: First naval battle in Greek recorded history, between Corinth and Corcyra.
Philip-I King-Of-Macedonia
660bc-602bc
625
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -660
Oldest: -622 end end end
A95
550bc: Cyrus II the Great overthrows Astyages of the Medes, establishing the Persian Empire.
Aeropus King-Of-Macedonia
622bc-576bc
599
bc
Nikonoe Queen-Of-Macedonia
?-?
Arrabaios King-Of-Lynkos
550bc-?
537
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -550
Oldest: -596 end end
A94
539bc: Babylon is conquered by Cyrus, defeating Nabonidus
Alcetas-I King-Of-Macedonia
596bc-547bc
543
bc
Queen-Of-Macedonia
?-?
Irrhus Prince-Of-Lynkos
534bc-?
518
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -534
Oldest: -527
A93
479bc: Greco-Persian Wars: Battle of Plataea, Persian forces led by Mardonius routed by Greek army
under Pausanias; together with Greek success at Battle of Mycale halts Persian invasion of Greece
Amyntas-I King-Of-Macedonia
527bc-498bc
500
bc
Eurydice Queen-Of-Macedonia
517bc-?
Youngest: -517
Oldest: -498 end
A92
499bc: The Ionian Revolt, and associated revolts in Aeolis, Doris, Cyprus and Caria, were military
rebellions by several Greek regions of Asia Minor against Persian rule, lasting from 499 BC to 493
BC.
Alexander-I King-Of-Macedonia
498bc-454bc
473
bc
Antigone Queen-Of-Macedonia
?-?
Youngest: -498
Oldest: 468 end
A91
468: Battle of Cape Bon: The Vandals defeat the Roman navy under Basiliscus, anchored at Promontorium
Mercurii, 45 miles from Carthage (Tunisia). During peace negotiations Genseric uses fire ships,
filling them with brushwood and pots of oil, destroying 700 imperial galleys. Basiliscus escapes
with his surviving fleet to Sicily, harassed all the way by Moorish pirates.
Perdiccas-Ii King-Of-Macedonia
468-413bc
453
bc
Simiche Of-Macedonia
?-435bc
Youngest: 468
Oldest: 435 end
A90
435: Theodosius II exiles Nestorius, archbishop of Constantinople, to a monastery in the Libyan
desert at the behest of his sister Pulcheria.
Archaleus-I King-Of-Macedonia
435-399bc
446
bc
Queen-Of-Macedonia
?-?
Youngest: 435
Oldest: -445
A89
445bc: Pericles, concerned over the draining effect of years of war on Athenian manpower, looks
for peace with the support of the Assembly. Athenian diplomat, Callias, goes to Sparta and after
much bargaining arranges a peace treaty with Sparta and her Peloponnesian allies, thus extending
the 5 years truce of 451 BC for another 30 years.
Derdas Archon-Of-Elimiotis
?-?
431
bc
Princess-Of-Archelaus Macedonia
445bc-405bc
Youngest: -445
Oldest: -430 end
A88
430bc: The army of Sparta loots Attica for a second time, but Pericles is not daunted and refuses
to revise his initial strategy. Unwilling to engage the Spartan army in battle, he again leads a
naval expedition to plunder the coasts of the Peloponnesus, this time taking 100 Athenian ships
with him.
Machatas Of-Elimaea
430bc-390bc
413
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -430
Oldest: -412 end end end
A87
413: Augustine of Hippo, age 59, begins to writes his spiritual book De Civitate Dei (City of God)
as a reply to the charge that Christianity was responsible for the decline of the Roman Empire.
Philip Satrap-Of-India
412bc-326bc
400
bc
Phila Of-Macedonia
?-?
Corrhaeus Of Thrace
?-?
380
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -412
Oldest: -382 end end
A86
370bc: With the support of Thebes, the Arcadian capital city of Megalopolis is completed and a democratic
system is set up with an Assembly of Ten Thousand and a Council of fifty.
Spitamenes-Of-Sogdian Ruler-Of-Bactria
370bc-328bc
341
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Antigonus-I Monophthalmus King-Of-Macedonia
382bc-301bc
340
bc
Stratonice-Of-Thrace
375bc-?
Youngest: -370
Oldest: -358 end end
A85
337bc: Olympias is put aside by her husband Philip II, following Philip's marriage to a girl named
Cleopatra (who is renamed Eurydice). Their son, Alexander, is effectively disowned by Philip's actions.
Philip II has Ptolemy, along with other companions of his son, exiled.
Seleucus-I Nicator
358bc-281bc
324
bc
Apama Of-Sogdiana
340bc-?
Demetrius Poliorcetes King-Of-Macedonia
337bc-283bc
321
bc
Phila Queen-Of-Macedonia
352bc-287bc
Youngest: -337
Oldest: -324
A84
318bc: Cassander, who has allied himself with Ptolemy and Antigonus, declares war on the regent,
Polyperchon. Most of the Greek states support him, including Athens. Cassander further effects an
alliance with Eurydice, the ambitious wife of King Philip III Arrhidaeus of Macedon.
Antiochus-I Soter King-Of-Syria
324bc-261bc
299
bc
Stratonice Princess-of-Syria
318bc-?
Youngest: -318
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90000bc: Harpoons are first created and used.

The Antiochus/Stratonice Family


MapFileName: A101-84SoterStratonice
Number of Couples: 23