Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i <- Column Identifiers
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77000bc: Bedding is first made and used.
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Oldest: -83 Oldest: -83
A74
86bc: Lucius Cornelius Sulla, at the head of a Roman Republic army, enters Athens, removing the
tyrant Aristion who was supported by troops of Mithridates VI of Pontus
Marcus Antonius-iii
83bc-30bc
31
bc
Cleopatra-vii Queen-Of-Egypt
69bc-30bc
A74
Youngest: -69 Youngest: -69
Oldest: -52 end end Oldest: -52
A73
61bc: Pompey the Great celebrates his third triumph for victories over the pirates and the end of
the Mithridatic Wars on his 45th birthday
Juba-ii King-Of-Mauretania
52bc-23
20
bc
Cleopatra Selene-II Queen-Of-Mauretania
40bc-6
Phraates-v King-Of-Parthia
30bc-?
10
bc
Thea Urania Queen-Of-Parthia
46bc-?
A73
Youngest: -30 Youngest: -30
Oldest: -5 Oldest: -5
A72
10bc: Claudius is born (10bc-54ad)
Ptolemy-Ii King-Of-Mauretania
1bc-40
15 Julia Urania Queen-Of-Mauretania
5bc-35
A72
Youngest: -1 Youngest: -1
Oldest: 5 Oldest: 5
A71
9: Sep 11 The Battle of the Teutoburg Forest ends
Gaius-Julius Sohaemus Of-Emesa
5-73
33 Drusilla Of-Mauretania
15-?
A71
Youngest: 15 Youngest: 15
Oldest: 35 end Oldest: 35
A70
41: Claudius became the 4th Roman emperor
Gaius-Julius Alexia Prince-Of-Emesa
35-90
88 Claudia Alexia Princess-Of-Emesa
?-?
A70
Youngest: 35 Youngest: 35
Oldest: 90 end Oldest: 90
A69
81: Sep 14 Domitian becomes Emperor of the Roman Empire upon the death of his brother Titus.
Gaius-Julius Sampsigeramus-iii Prince-Of-Emesa
90-120
109 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A69
Youngest: 90 Youngest: 90
Oldest: 110 end Oldest: 110
A68
110: The Roman Empire has more than 47,000 miles of roads.,
Gaius-Julius Longinus-Soamus King-Of-Emesa
110-160
130 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A68
Youngest: 110 Youngest: 110
Oldest: 135 end Oldest: 135
A67
135: An altar to Jupiter is erected on the site of the Temple in Jerusalem.
Lambilicus-Iii Prince-Of-Emesa
135-?
150 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A67
Youngest: 135 Youngest: 135
Oldest: 160 end Oldest: 160
A66
160: In Rome, the manufacturing of soap containing grease, lime and ashes begins.
Gaius-Julius Sulpicius
160-210
188 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A66
Youngest: 160 Youngest: 160
Oldest: 190 end Oldest: 190
A65
190: Luoyang is burned and plundered by the forces of Dong Zhuo. The court is moved to Chang'an.
Julius Sulpicius Antonius
190-235
223 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A65
Youngest: 190 Youngest: 190
Oldest: 225 end Oldest: 225
A64
227: King Ardashir I, ruler of Persia, annexes his new empire from the east to the northwest. He
conquers with his army the provinces of Chorasmia, Sistan and the island Bahrain in the Persian
Gulf. The kings of the Kushan Empire and Turan recognise Ardashir as their overlord.
Julius-Aurelius Sulpicius Severus
225-254
243 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A64
Youngest: 225 Youngest: 225
Oldest: 245 end Oldest: 245
A63
245: Lady Trieu, a Vietnamese warrior, begins her three year resistance against the invading Chinese
Lambilicus Chalcidensis Of-Syria
245-?
273 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A63
Youngest: 245 Youngest: 245
Oldest: 270 end Oldest: 270
A62
275: The Pallava dynasty begins in Southern India.
Sopator-I DeApamaea
270-326
293 Urania Of-Chalcis
275-?
A62
Youngest: 275 Youngest: 275
Oldest: 295 end Oldest: 295
A61
295: Galerius, Roman Caesar in the Balkans, is dispatched to Egypt to fight against the rebellious
cities Busiris and Coptos.
Hilmerius DeApamaea
295-?
318 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A61
Youngest: 295 Youngest: 295
Oldest: 320 end Oldest: 320
A60
320: Construction begins on the Old St. Peter's Basilica, Rome (approximate date).
Lamblichus Deapamaea
320-?
343 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A60
Youngest: 320 Youngest: 320
Oldest: 345 end Oldest: 345
A59
345: The Kadamba dynasty is founded by Mayurasharma
Tetradius DeApamaea
345-386
370 Artemia DeClermont
?-?
A59
Youngest: 345 Youngest: 345
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8000bc: Man begins living is large permanent settlement like Jericho.
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The Deapamaea Family


MapFileName: A74-59DeapamaeaDeclermont
Number of Couples: 17