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Oldest: -12 end end
A70
15bc: May 24 Julius Caesar Germanicus, Roman commander (d. 19)
Artabanus-Iii
12bc-38
1
bc
Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: -12
Oldest: 1 end
A69
1: Mar 25 Origin of Dionysian Incarnation of the Word
Vonones-Ii King-Of-Parthia
1-51
19 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 1
Oldest: 20 end
A68
13: Nov 16 General Tiberius' (later Emperor) triumphant procession through Rome after siege of Germany
Vologaeses-I King-Of-Parthia
20-77
38 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 20
Oldest: 40 end
A67
31: Mar 25 1st Easter, according to calendar-maker Dionysius Exiguus
Mithradates
40-76
59 Aude Princess-Of-Osrharne
40-?
Youngest: 40
Oldest: 60 end
A66
51: Mar 4 Nero, later to become Roman Emperor, is given the title princeps iuventutis (head of the
youth)
Sanatruces King-Of-Armenia
60-110
97 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 60
Oldest: 100 end
A65
98: Jan 27 Trajan becomes Roman Emperor after the death of Nerva.
Vologeses Arsacod King-Of-Armenia
100-137
126 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 100
Oldest: 130 end
A64
138: Feb 25 The Emperor Hadrian adopts Antoninus Pius, effectively making him his successor.
Vologeses-V King-Of-Persia
130-208
174 Princess-Of-Iberia
155-?
Youngest: 155
Oldest: 175 end
A63
175: Commodus, son of Marcus Aurelius and his wife Faustina, is named Caesar.
Khusraw-I The-Brave
175-216
193 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 175
Oldest: 195 end
A62
197: Feb 19 Lucius Septimius Severus' army beats Clodius Albinus at Lyon
Tridat-Ii King-Of-Armenia
195-252
227 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 195
Oldest: 235 end
A61
235: Widely considered to be the beginning of the Crisis of the Third Century: The Roman Empire
is under pressure by the Alamanni, Franks, Goths, Quadi and Sassanids (Persia).
Khusraw-Ii
235-297
257 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 235
Oldest: 260 end
A60
260: Battle of Edessa: With a large army, said to number 70,000 men, Valerianus attempts to drive
the Persians back from Edessa. The Roman army is surrounded and most of its troops are killed or
captured. Valerianus is taken prisoner for the remainder of his life.
Tiridat-Iv
260-330
278 Asxen Princess-Of-Alania
260-?
Youngest: 260
Oldest: 280 end
A59
280: The Thuringii, a Germanic tribe, appears in the Harz Mountains (Thuringia) of central Germania
Chosroes King-Of-Armenia
280-339
311 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 280
Oldest: 315 end
A58
315: The Arch of Constantine is completed near the Colosseum at Rome to commemorate Constantine's
victory over Maxentius at the Milvian Bridge. As part of the ceremony Constantine is expected to
make a sacrifice to Rome's traditional gods, but he refuses to do so
At'anakines Souren Pahlav
315-350
333 Bambisn Princess-Of-Armenia
315-?
Youngest: 315
Oldest: 335
A57
335: Athanasius is banished to Trier, on charge that he prevented the corn fleet from sailing to
Constantinople.
Saint Nerses
335-373
353 Sandukht Mamikonian
335-?
Youngest: 335
Oldest: 320 end end end
A56
358: Emperor Constantius II builds new forts to secure upper Mesopotamia. Persia's king Shapur II
sends an emissary to Constantinople with gifts and a letter wrapped in white silk. He addresses
Constantius to return the lands of his ancestors from the Euphrates to the frontier of Macedonia.
Constantius tactfully refuses to cede any territories.
Artaschir Mamikonian-Iii
320-386
371 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Sahak O-Grande Parthev
358-439
373 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 358
Oldest: 385 end end
A55
387: Peace of Acilisene: King Shapur III signs a treaty with Theodosius I. Armenia is divided in
two kingdoms, and becomes a vassal state of the Roman Empire and Persia.
Hamazasp Mamikonian-I
387-432
403 Sahakanoysh Souren-Pahlav
385-?
Uram principe-Artsrouni
?-?
417 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 387
Oldest: 405
A54
420: Yazdegerd I dies after a 21-year reign and is succeeded by his son Bahram V, who becomes head
of the Persian Empire
Hamayeakes Mamokonian
405-451
445 Dzoyk Artsruni
420-?
Youngest: 420
Oldest: 450 end
A53
450: All the Temples of Aphrodisias (City of Goddess Aphrodite) are demolished and its libraries
burned down. The city is renamed Stauroupolis (City of the Cross).
Vard Patrik Mamikonian
450-509
481 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 450
Oldest: 485 end
A52
485: Period of Arthur's "twelve battles", during which he gains reputation for invincibility
Hemayakes Mamikonian-Ii
485-555
513 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 485
Oldest: 520 end
A51
520: Bodhidharma, Buddhist monk, arrives in Luoyang. He spreads Buddhism and travels to the northern
Chinese kingdom of Wei to the Shaolin Monastery.
Mousegh Mamikonian-I
520-593
547 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 520
Oldest: 555 end
A49
555: King Chlothar-I annexes the Frankish territories of Metz and Reims, after the death of his
great-nephew Theudebald.
Vahan Mamikonian-Ii
555-606
577 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 555
Oldest: 580 end
A48
580: SEthelberht succeeds his father Eormenric as king (bretwalda) of Kent.
David Mamikonian Prince-Of-Taron
580-620
605 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 580
Oldest: 610
A47
620: The town of Cholula is founded in central Mexico (later said to be the oldest continuously
occupied town in all of North America).
Hamazasp Mamikonian
610-?
641 JaneDoe Roustoni
620-?
Youngest: 620
Oldest: 650 end
A46
650: A Rashidun army under Abd ar-Rahman ibn Rabiah is annihilated by the Khazars, near the city
of Balanjar (Northern Caucasus). During the battle, both sides use catapults against the other.
Artavazd Mamikonian-Ii
650-693
681 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 650
Oldest: 690 end
A45
690: Willibrord, Anglo-Saxon missionary, travels from York with 12 Benedictine monks to Westkapelle,(modern
Netherlands) to Christianize the pagan Frisians.
Hamayakes Mamikonian DeAdrianoplis
690-778
731 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 690
Oldest: 740 end end end
A44
768: King Pepin III (the Short) dies at Saint-Denis, Neustria. The Frankish Kingdom is divided between
his two sons: Charlemagne and Carloman I. According to Salic law Charlemagne receives the outer
parts of the kingdom bordering on the sea, namely Neustria, western Aquitaine, and the northern
parts of Austrasia; while Carloman is awarded his uncle's former share, the inner parts: southern
Austrasia, Septimania, eastern Aquitaine, Burgundy, Provence, Swabia, and the lands bordering Italy.
Bardanes Tourkos
768-803
787 Domnika Tourkos
?-?
Artavazd Mamikonian-Ii
740-778
767 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 768
Oldest: 770 end end
A43
795: Saxon War: The Slav Obodrites, under their ruler Witzan, attack the northern Saxons in Liuni.
He is killed in an ambush and succeeded by his son Drozko (Thrasco), who becomes a Carolingian dux.
King Charlemagne leads a Frankish expeditionary force north from Mainz, and marches to the Elbe,
where eastern Saxon rebels again surrender.
Micahael-Ii
770-829
809 Tecia Turcina
790-836
Marino Mamikonian
780-830
813 Teoctista Florina
795-831
Youngest: 795
Oldest: 810 end end
A42
815: King Egbert of Wessex ravages the territories of the remaining British kingdom Dumnonia, known
as the West Welsh (Cornwall).
Theohilos Emperor-Of-Byzantium
813-842
837 Saint-Theodora Empress-Of-Byzantium
815-867
Inger Of-The-Varanian-Guard
815-882
833 Bysantisk Martinakia
810-?
Youngest: 815
Oldest: 835
A41
840: Vikings make permanent settlements with their first 'wintering over', located at Lough Neagh
in Northern Ireland.
Mythistes-Iii Emperor-Of-Byzantium
840-867
863 Eudoxia Ingerina
835-882
Youngest: 840
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70bc: The first grain watermill is constructed by Greek engineers.

The Mythistes/Ingerina Family


MapFileName: A70-41MythistesEudoxia
Number of Couples: 34