Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 10 end end Oldest: 10
A73
1: Dec 25 1st Christmas, according to calendar-maker Dionysus Exiguus
Sextus Appius
10-35
33 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A73
Youngest: 10 Youngest: 10
Oldest: 20 end end end end end Oldest: 20
A72
37: Caligula succeeds Tiberius as Emporer of Rome
Sextus Appius Severus
35-70
53 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Tiberius Plautius Silvanus-Aelianus
?-?
43 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Quintus-Fabius Barbarus Antonius
20-64
51 Cleopatra MaCer Princess-Of-Egypt
?-?
A72
Youngest: 35 Youngest: 35
Oldest: 35 end Oldest: 35
A71
37: In Rome, Tiberius is succeeded by Caligula.
Lucius Ceionius Commodus
35-80
72 Appia Severa
55-?
Lucius-Aelius-Plautius Lamia Aelianus
45-90
75 Fabia Barbara
55-?
A71
Youngest: 55 Youngest: 55
Oldest: 73 end Oldest: 73
A70
68: Jun 8 Rome Senate accepts emperor Galba
Lucius Ceionius Commodus
73-106
100 Tundania Plautia
75-120
Gaius Aviidius Nigrinus
75-118
98 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A70
Youngest: 75 Youngest: 75
Oldest: 101 Oldest: 101
A69
105: Emperor Trajan starts the second expedition against Dacia, he leaves with the Imperial Roman
fleet from Brundusium.
Lucius Ceionius Commodus
101-138
121 Avidia
105-?
A69
Youngest: 105 Youngest: 105
Oldest: 120 end Oldest: 120
A68
122: Emperor Hadrian orders that a 73-mile (117-kilometer) wall be built to mark the northern Roman
Empire while personally visiting the area. Hadrian's Wall, as it comes to be known, is intended
to keep the Caledonians, Picts and other tribes at bay.
Servilius Prudens
120-166
143 Ceionia Plautia
122-?
A68
Youngest: 122 Youngest: 122
Oldest: 140 end Oldest: 140
A67
145: Antoninus Augustus Pius and Marcus Aurelius Caesar become Roman Consuls
Iunius Licinius Balbus
140-?
170 Servilla
145-?
A67
Youngest: 145 Youngest: 145
Oldest: 180 end Oldest: 180
A66
190: In Parthia, Osroes II controlling Media claims the throne of the Parthian Empire. King Vologases
IV of Parthia puts down the rebellion and restores order
Iunius Licinius Balbus
180-238
205 Maecia Antonia Faustilla
190-241
A66
Youngest: 190 Youngest: 190
Oldest: 210 end Oldest: 210
A65
210: Having suffered heavy losses since invading Scotland in 208, emperor Septimius Severus sends
his son Caracalla to systematically wipe out and torture the Scots into submission.
Unknown-Husband
?-?
228 Gordiana
210-?
A65
Youngest: 210 Youngest: 210
Oldest: 230 Oldest: 230
A64
230: King Ardashir I, ruler of the Persian Empire, invades the Roman province of Mesopotamia and
unsuccessfully besieges the fortress town of Nisibis (Turkey). His army threatens the border outposts
of Syria and Cappadocia.
Flavius Eutropius
230-?
249 Claudia Crispina
230-?
A64
Youngest: 230 Youngest: 230
Oldest: 255 end Oldest: 255
A63
273: King Hormizd I of Persia dies after a brief reign in which he has shown tolerance toward the
ascetic, anti-materialist Manichean faith. He is succeeded by his brother Bahram I, who has been
governing the province of Atropatene.
Flavius-Valerius Constantius-Dardanus
255-?
282 Flavia Theodora
273-?
A63
Youngest: 273 Youngest: 273
Oldest: 285 end Oldest: 285
A62
285: Diocletian defends the Danube against Sarmatian raids. He transfers his capital to Nicomedia
(modern-day Izmit in Turkey).
Flavius
285-?
308 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A62
Youngest: 285 Youngest: 285
Oldest: 310 end Oldest: 310
A61
310: Constantine at Trier orders the minting of a new coin, the solidus, in an effort to offset
the declining value of the denarius and bring stability to the imperial currency by restoring a
gold standard. The solidus (later known as the bezant) will be minted in the Byzantine Empire without
change in weight or purity until the 10th century.
Flavius Eucherius
310-?
332 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A61
Youngest: 310 Youngest: 310
Oldest: 335 end Oldest: 335
A60
335: Samudragupta succeeds Chandragupta I as king of the Gupta Empire
Magnus Maximus
335-388
355 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A60
Youngest: 335 Youngest: 335
Oldest: 375 Oldest: 375
A59
375: Emperor Valentinian I concludes an enduring peace with the Alamanni in Germany, then marches
into Illyrium to repel an invasion of the Quadi and the Sarmatians on the Danube frontier. While
negotiating with the Quadi, Valentinian, age 54, becomes so enraged that he dies in a fit of apoplexy
at Brigetio (Hungary).
Ancinius Petronius-Probinus
?-395
395 Magna Probinus
375-?
A59
Youngest: 375 Youngest: 375
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11000bc: In Turkey, the first stone monument is constructed.
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The Ancinius/Magna Family


MapFileName: A73-59AnciniusMagna
Number of Couples: 19