Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 20 end end end end Oldest: 20
A72
28: Jun 12 Gaius Carrinas' triumphant procession through Rome
Gaius Hosidius Geta
20-95
51 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Gaius Aquillius Postumux
55-?
88 Hateria Aquillius Postumus
70-?
A72
Youngest: 70 Youngest: 70
Oldest: 60 end end end end end end end end Oldest: 60
A71
54: Claudius I is poisoned to death probably by Agrippa (wife).
Marcus Septimius Aper
?-?
85 Octavia
?-?
Marcus Vitorius Marcellus
60-105
82 Hosidia
65-?
Fulvius Pius
?-?
97 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Lucius Plautius Octavianus
90-150
106 Aquilla Blaesilla
90-?
Calvisius Tullus Ruso
?-109
98 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A71
Youngest: 90 Youngest: 90
Oldest: 70 end Oldest: 70
A70
66: Jan 26 5th recorded perihelion passage of Halley's Comet
Lucius Septimius Serverus
70-110
103 Vitoria
85-?
Fulvius Pius
100-?
124 Plautia Octavilla
108-?
Marcus Annius-Ii Verus
?-130
117 Domitia Lucilla
100-?
A70
Youngest: 108 Youngest: 108
Oldest: 110 end Oldest: 110
A69
125: The Pantheon is constructed in (Rome) as it stands today by Hadrian.
Publius Septimius Geta
110-198
140 Fulvia Pia
125-?
Cummidius Quadratus
110-146
134 Annia Vera
118-?
A69
Youngest: 125 Youngest: 125
Oldest: 130 end end Oldest: 130
A68
146: Faustina the Younger is given the title Augusta and becomes Roman Empress.
Lucius Septimius Severus
146-211
167 Briget
?-?
Gnaeus Pedanius Fuscus
130-?
156 Ummidia Comificia Antonia
135-?
A68
Youngest: 146 Youngest: 146
Oldest: 155 end end Oldest: 155
A67
170: The Costoboci cross the Danube (Dacia) and ravage Thrace in the Balkan Peninsula. They reached
Eleusina, near Athens, and destroyed the temple of the Eleusinian Mysteries.
Claudius Apelinus
165-235
188 Bassina
170-?
C. J. Marius
155-?
184 Ursula Pedania
160-?
A67
Youngest: 170 Youngest: 170
Oldest: 182 end end Oldest: 182
A66
190: A Roman road crosses the Alps by the Simplon Pass.
Flavius Numerius
?-?
208 Claudia
190-?
Commodus Pompeianus
182-209
206 Mariana Minor
185-?
A66
Youngest: 190 Youngest: 190
Oldest: 210 Oldest: 210
A65
209: Publius Septimius Geta receives the titles of Imperator and Augustus from his father, emperor
Septimius Severus.
Flavius Crispius
210-?
229 Aurelia Pompeiana
210-?
A65
Youngest: 210 Youngest: 210
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16000bc: In China, the first pottery is made.
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The Crespius/Pompeiana Family


MapFileName: A72-65FlaviusAurelia
Number of Couples: 19