Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O
Oldest: 10 end end
A74
2: Aug 20 Venus and Jupiter in conjunction - possible astrological explanation for Star of Bethlehem
Sextus Appius
10-?
30 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 10
Oldest: 35 end
A73
37: Mar 18 Roman Senate annuls Tiberius' will and proclaims Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus
(Caligula aka Little Boots) emperor
Sextus Appius Severus
35-?
53 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 35
Oldest: 55 end
A72
69: Jan 2 Roman Lower Rhine army proclaims its commander, Vitellius, Empero
Lucius Ceionius Commodus
55-82
74 Appia Severa
55-?
Youngest: 55
Oldest: 75 end
A71
69: Jan 10 Roman emperor Galba adopts Marcus Piso Licinianus as Caesar
Lucius Ceionius Commodus
75-106
100 Aelia Fundania Plautia
?-?
Youngest: 75
Oldest: 102 end
A70
102: Emperor Trajan returns to Rome after a successful campaign against Dacia, through which he
reestablishes clear Roman sovereignty over king Decebalus.
Caeionius Plautius
102-?
123 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 102
Oldest: 125 end
A69
125: Change of emperor of the Chinese Han Dynasty from Han Andi to Marquis of Beixiang, then to
Han Shundi.
Marcus Caeionius Silvanus
125-156
128 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 125
Oldest: 150 end
A68
150: The Roman town Forum Hadriani (Voorburg) receives the title of Municipium Aelium Cananefatium,
"the town of the Cananefates" (modern Netherlands). The town is awarded with rights to organize
markets
Caeionius Caeionius
150-?
172 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 150
Oldest: 175 end
A67
175: Marcus Aurelius suppresses a revolt of Avidius Cassius, governor of Syria, after the latter
proclaims himself emperor.
Caeionius Caeionius
175-?
198 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 175
Oldest: 200 end
A66
200: The Classic Age of Maya civilization begins (around this year).
Caeionius
200-?
222 Flavia Postumia Varia
?-?
Youngest: 200
Oldest: 225 end
A65
226: A merchant from the Roman Empire called "Qin Lun" by the Chinese, arrives in Jiaozhi (modern
Hanoi) and is taken to see Sun Quan, king of Eastern Wu, who requests him to make a report on his
native country and people. He is given an escort for the return trip including a present of ten
male and ten female "blackish-coloured dwarfs." However, the officer in charge of the Chinese escort
dies and Qin Lun has to continue his journey home alone.
Marcus Caeionius Varo
225-285
255 Rufia Procula
?-?
Youngest: 225
Oldest: 255 end
A64
260: allienus evacuates the fortifications (limes) in the Agri Decumates (Germania Superior), covering
the Black Forest area in the face of invading Alamanni
Cepreius Amantius
255-?
280 Caeionia Marina
260-?
Youngest: 260
Oldest: 232 end end end
A63
280: Emperor Wu of the Jin dynasty completes the unification of China, which was previously divided
between three contending powers during the Three Kingdoms period. The Jin dynasty's capital of Luoyang
becomes a thriving centre of commerce as foreign diplomats and traders travel there.
Antonius-Marcellinus Praeses-Lugdunensis
265-313
295 Amantia Marina
280-?
Marcus Aurelius Emperor-Of-Rome
232-282
265 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 280
Oldest: 270 end end
A62
295: King Narseh, Shah of the Sassanid Empire, declares war on Rome and invades Armenia with his
army.
Antonius-Marcellinus Consul-Of-Rome
295-349
312 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Pontius Paulinus
286-325
311 Proba Probus
270-?
Youngest: 295
Oldest: 300 end end
A61
313: Edict of Milan: Constantine the Great and co-emperor Licinius meet at a conference in Mediolanum
(modern Milan). They proclaim a policy of religious freedom for all, ending the persecution of Christians
in the Roman Empire and returning property confiscated from Christians.
Quintus-Flavius Maesius-Egnatius Lollianus-Mavortius
300-355
325 Cornelia Severa
310-?
Antonius-Macellinus Vir-Consularis
312-?
330 Pontia Privata
313-?
Youngest: 313
Oldest: 295 end end
A60
330: Emperor Constantine the Great dedicates Constantinople, or Nova Roma (modern Istanbul), and
moves the capitol of the Roman Empire there from Rome. He has spent 4 years building the city on
the site of ancient Byzantium, having chosen the site for its strategic location (a seaport with
easy access to Anatolia and the Danube). This forms the Roman splinter empire, known as the Byzantine
Empire
Philagrius Prefect-Of-Egypt
295-340
340 Unknown-Wife
320-?
Quintus-Flavius Egnatius-Placidus Severus
325-370
345 Antonia Marcianilla
330-?
Youngest: 330
Oldest: 340 end end
A59
355: The Huns of Central Asia begin their great drive westwards with an advance into Scythia (modern
Russia). They overcome and absorb the Alans, a nomadic and warlike horse breeding people from the
steppes northeast of the Black Sea.
Flavius-Eparchius-Philagrius-Notarius Bishop-Of-Cyprus
340-382
365 Egnatia Evita Severa
350-?
Constantine-Iii Western-Roman-Emperor
355-411
370 Placida Empress-Consort
355-?
Youngest: 355
Oldest: 360 end end end end
A58
370: The Huns migrate westward from the Volga into Europe, and subjugate the Alans and the Ostrogoths.
With their arrival, a tradition of composite bows is introduced.
Valerius-Adelphius Pontus-Anicius DeLimoges
360-425
395 Anicia-Faltonia-Proba DeLimoges
360-432
Anicius-Auchenius-Bassus-Iii De-Rome
?-431
400 Fabiola DeRome
?-?
Flavius-Julius-Agricola Prefect-Of-Gaul
365-421
415 Magna-Major Roman-Princess
370-?
Youngest: 370
Oldest: 390 end
A57
435: December 8 marks the beginning of the 9th Baktun in Mesoamerica. There is a change in political
alliances just preceding the event when royal personages from the Mexican highland city of Teotihuacan
consolidate power individually as Mayan kings
Anicius Adelphius DeLemoges
390-451
420 Anicia Italica DeRome
402-?
Ommatius Roman-Senator
425-468
444 Unknown
435-?
Youngest: 435
Oldest: 430
A56
445: Bleda, co-ruler of the Huns, dies in a hunting accident. He is possibly murdered at the instigation
of his younger brother Attila, with whom he has ruled since 434. Now about 39, Attila takes the
throne for himself, and becomes king of the Hunnic Empire.
Ruricius Bishop-Of-Limoges
430-507
460 Hiberie Filha DeOmmatius
445-?
Youngest: 445
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6000bc: In Mesopotamia, the first kiln is used.

The Ruricius/DeOmmatius Family


MapFileName: A74-56RuriciusHiberie
Number of Couples: 27