Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 19 end end Oldest: 19
A73
30: Apr 7 Scholars' estimate for Jesus' crucifixion by Roman troops in Jerusalem
Beaw'bjaf'Beowa
19-?
37 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A73
Youngest: 19 Youngest: 19
Oldest: 38 end Oldest: 38
A72
33: The first pope leads the religious denomination which later becomes the Catholic Church [Simon
Peter or the name given to him by Jesus: Cephas 'like a rock']
Taetwa Tecti
38-?
57 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A72
Youngest: 38 Youngest: 38
Oldest: 59 end Oldest: 59
A71
54: Oct 13 Nero succeeds Claudius as Roman Emperor
Geata Jat Trojan
59-155
78 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A71
Youngest: 59 Youngest: 59
Oldest: 80 end Oldest: 80
A70
73: Apr 16 Masada, a Jewish fortress, falls to the Romans after several months of siege, ending
the Jewish Revolt
GodWulf Trojan
80-163
99 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A70
Youngest: 80 Youngest: 80
Oldest: 100 end Oldest: 100
A69
100: Bricks become the primary building material in the Roman Empire.
Flocwald-Of-Asgard
100-179
128 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A69
Youngest: 100 Youngest: 100
Oldest: 130 end Oldest: 130
A68
130: A law is passed in Rome banning the execution of slaves without a trial
Finn-Of-Godwulf
130-220
155 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A68
Youngest: 130 Youngest: 130
Oldest: 160 end Oldest: 160
A67
163: Statius Priscus reconquers Armenia; Artaxata is ruined
Fredwulf Freothelaf
160-245
185 Freothalaf Trojan
160-?
A67
Youngest: 160 Youngest: 160
Oldest: 190 end Oldest: 190
A66
195: Clodius Albinus, who had been proclaimed emperor in Britain, crosses into Gaul with his legions,
while at the same time recruiting new soldiers. He is soon the head of an army of 150,000 men according
to Cassius Dio. Severus, still in Mesopotamia, hastily returns to Rome
Frotjiwald-Bor King-Of-The-Trojans
190-?
212 Beltsa Asgard Queen-Of-The-Trojans
194-?
A66
Youngest: 194 Youngest: 194
Oldest: 215 end Oldest: 215
A65
219: Cao Cao controls the Yellow River basin and northern China. Sun Quan rules southern China.
Liu Bei controls Yi Province (covering present-day Sichuan and Chongqing).
Woden Odin King-Of-The-Danes
215-?
235 Frigg Frea
219-?
A65
Youngest: 219 Youngest: 219
Oldest: 237 end Oldest: 237
A64
241: Shapur I succeeds his father Ardashir I as king of Persia then annexes parts of the Kushan
Empire.
Skjold King-Of-The-Danes
237-?
258 Gefion Danes
241-?
A64
Youngest: 241 Youngest: 241
Oldest: 259 end Oldest: 259
A63
263: Chinese mathematician Liu Hui writes a commentary on The Nine Chapters on the Mathematical
Art, describing what will later be called Gaussian elimination, computing pi, etc.
Fridleif Skjoldsson
259-?
280 JaneDoe Skjoldsson
263-?
A63
Youngest: 263 Youngest: 263
Oldest: 281 end Oldest: 281
A62
285: Emperor Carinus marches from Britain to northern Italy, and defeats the army of the usurper
Sabinus Julianus at Verona
Frodi Fridleifsson
281-?
302 JaneDoe Fridleifsson
285-?
A62
Youngest: 285 Youngest: 285
Oldest: 303 end end end Oldest: 303
A61
325: Crown Prince Jin Chengdi, age 4, succeeds his father Jin Mingdi as emperor of the Eastern Jin
dynasty. During his reign he is largely advised by regents, his uncle Yu Liang and high-level officials.
Wild-Ass' Shah-Bahram-Gaur-V
325-?
343 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Fridleif Frodasson
303-?
324 JaneDoe Frodasson
307-?
A61
Youngest: 325 Youngest: 325
Oldest: 325 end end Oldest: 325
A60
343: Pope Julius I tries to unite the Western bishops against Arianism by convoking the Council
of Serdika (later Sofia), which acknowledges the pope's supreme authority and grants him the right
to judge cases involving the legal possession of episcopal sees, but only Western and Egyptian bishops
attend, and Arianism remains strong.
Yazdagird
343-?
359 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Haver Fridleifsson
325-?
346 JaneDoe Fridleifsson
329-?
A60
Youngest: 343 Youngest: 343
Oldest: 347 end end end end Oldest: 347
A59
360: Julian, Roman Caesar, is proclaimed emperor by the Gallic legions in Lutetia (modern Paris)
at the Thermes de Cluny. They refuse to support the eastern campaign against king Shapur II of Persia
and revolt.
Hormisdas
360-?
375 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Sigirlam
350-?
373 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Frodi Havarsson
347-?
368 JaneDoe Havarsson
351-?
A59
Youngest: 360 Youngest: 360
Oldest: 369 end end end end end Oldest: 369
A58
375: Gratian, advised by his chief advisor Ambrosius, begins a systematic persecution of the pagans
in the Gaelic provinces. He confiscates the fortunes of the temples and adds the money to the Imperial
Treasury. He procribes Arianism and Donatism.
Vakhtand Frodo Grogasal
375-?
403 Balendukht Gorgasal
375-?
Flavius Zeno
?-?
403 Aelia Ariadne
?-?
Unknown-Husband
?-?
397 Eufura Sigirlamsdotter
?-?
Vermund Frodasson
369-?
390 JaneDoe Havarsson
373-?
A58
Youngest: 375 Youngest: 375
Oldest: 391 end end end end Oldest: 391
A57
406: The Vandals, led by Godigisel, are intercepted and defeated by the Franks under Marcomir. Godigisel
is killed in battle and succeeded by his son Gunderic.
Frosti King-Of-Finland
402-?
425 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Frodo-Vrakhtand Frodesson King-Of-Sweden
406-?
427 Helena Flavia
406-?
Angantyr Heathroricsson
400-?
431 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Olaf Vermundsson
391-?
411 Danpi
395-?
A57
Youngest: 406 Youngest: 406
Oldest: 412 end Oldest: 412
A56
435: Emperor Theodosius II orders a new edict for the death penalty of all heretics and pagans in
the Empire. Judaism is considered a legal non-Christian religion.
Agni Dagsson
424-?
444 Skjalf Frostasdotter
428-?
Dag Frodosson King-Of-Sweden
431-488
449 Thora Thurandokht Dragjamor
434-?
Dan Olafsson
412-503
432 Auda Olafsson
416-?
A56
Youngest: 434 Youngest: 434
Oldest: 433 end Oldest: 433
A55
449: Flavius Orestes, Roman aristocrat, is sent to Attila's court and becomes a high-ranking secretary
(notarius). He is the father of the future emperor Romulus Augustulus.
Alrek-Agnasson Sverige King-Of-Sweden
445-536
465 Dagreid Dagsdotter Dageith-Of-Sweden
449-481
Frodi Dansson
433-524
454 JaneDoe Dansson
437-460
A55
Youngest: 449 Youngest: 449
Oldest: 456 end end Oldest: 456
A54
466: King Theodoric II is killed by his younger brother Euric, who succeeds him on the throne. He
conquers Hispania and the harbor city of Marseille (Southern Gaul), adding them to the existing
Visigothic Kingdom.
Yngvi Alreksson
466-499
485 Thorborg Alreksson
465-?
Fridleif Fradasson
456-476
487 Hilde Fridleifsdottir
456-?
A54
Youngest: 466 Youngest: 466
Oldest: 487 Oldest: 487
A53
490: The Burgundians, under King Gundobad, cross the Alps and plunder Liguria. Many Romans are
taken into captivity
Jorund Yngvasson King-Of-Sweden
487-509
508 Frodi Fridleifsdottir Queeen-Of-Sweden
490-574
A53
Youngest: 490 Youngest: 490
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3200bc: In Egypt, the first sailing vessels hit the water.
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The Yngvasson/Friedliefdottir Family


MapFileName: A73-53YngvassonFriedliefdottir
Number of Couples: 35