Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G
Oldest: 330 end end
A58
325: 1st Christian ecumenical council opens at Nicaea, Asia Minor
Aloc
330-?
357 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 330
Oldest: 360 end
A57
362: Oct 22 The temple of Apollo at Daphne, outside of Antioch, is destroyed in a mysterious fire
Angewit
360-?
387 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 360
Oldest: 390 end end end
A56
404: Last gladiator competition in Rome
Coroticus King-Of-Strathclyde
410-459
431 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Ingui
390-?
417 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 410
Oldest: 420 end
A55
435: The Vandals use Hippo Regius (modern Annaba) as a port for their expeditions. Genseric establishes
a merchant fleet to transport goods between Africa and the Italian mainland.
Cinwit Lord-Of-Annandale
435-?
455 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Esa
420-?
446 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 435
Oldest: 450 end end
A54
460: King Genseric, fearing a Roman invasion, tries to negotiate a peace with Majorian, who refuses.
The Vandals devastate Mauretania and Moorish warriors poison the wells.
Difnwal Lord-Of-Annandale
460-?
483 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Eoppa
450-?
487 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 460
Oldest: 485 end end
A53
490: Theodoric and his Ostrogoths lay siege to Ravenna. The cities of Cesena and Rimini retain their
allegiance to Odoacer.
Garwynwyn Gervinion
485-?
507 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Isa
490-559
517 Beamoch
?-?
Youngest: 490
Oldest: 510 end end
A52
520: Priscian, Latin grammarian, writes the Institutiones Grammaticae ("Grammatical Foundations").
In Constantinople, he codifies this manuscript in 18 volumes that will be widely used through the
Middle Ages. It provides the raw material for the field of speculative grammar.
Caurdar-Of-Scotland
510-?
537 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Ethelric
520-572
543 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 520
Oldest: 540 end end
A51
547: Gothic War: Belisarius recaptures Rome from the Ostrogoths, but his Italian campaign is unsuccessful
(he is starved of supplies and reinforcements from Constantinople).
Gwyddroc Garunter
540-?
561 Irv
?-?
EtherFrith
547-616
569 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 547
Oldest: 565 end end
A50
575: The Convention of Druim Cett: Irish kings discuss the relationship between them and King Aedan
mac Gabrain of Dal Riata. The Irish colony (now western Scotland) is confirmed, and rights to tax
and levy are agreed to between the rulers.
Nechtan King-Of-The-Picts
565-?
588 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Eanfrith-Of-Scotland
575-634
601 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 575
Oldest: 595
A49
605: Yangdi introduces an imperial examination, designed to select the best administrative officials
(after they receive the jinshi) for the state; this begins a long bureaucratic tradition of scholar-officialdom
in China.
Beli King-Of-Strathclyde
595-641
627 JaneDoe Eanfrith
605-?
Youngest: 605
Oldest: 630 end
A48
630: Eanswith, daughter of King Eadbald of Kent, founds the Benedictine Folkestone Priory, the first
nunnery in England.
Aingtech
630-693
657 Unknown Princess-Of-Strathclyde
630-?
Youngest: 630
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2000bc: In Egypt, the first pane of glass is produced.

The Aingtech Family


MapFileName: A58-48AingtechUnknown
Number of Couples: 18