Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 30 end end Oldest: 30
A74
41: Jan 24 Claudius succeeds his nephew Caligula as Roman Emperor after the later's assassination
by officers of the Praetorian Guard
Publius Gavius
30-?
55 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A74
Youngest: 30 Youngest: 30
Oldest: 50 end end end end end Oldest: 50
A73
45: The Coptic Orthodox church is founded. [Pope Shenudah III is 117th pope]
Titus Appalius
50-?
71 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Marcus Gavius Bassus
60-120
79 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Gaius Camurius
55-?
81 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A73
Youngest: 60 Youngest: 60
Oldest: 45 end end end Oldest: 45
A72
69: Jan 15 Otho seizes power in Rome, proclaiming himself Emperor, only rules for three months before
committing suicide
Lucius-Fulvius Rusticus-Vettius Secundus
45-?
83 Aemiliana
65-?
Titus Appalius Alfinus-Secondus
75-?
99 Gavia Alfinus Secondus
81-?
Quintus Numisius Afer
80-?
103 Camuria
85-?
A72
Youngest: 85 Youngest: 85
Oldest: 85 end Oldest: 85
A71
79: Aug 23 Mount Vesuvius begins stirring, on feast day of Vulcan, Roman god of fire (goes on to
destroy Pompeii)
Lucius Fulvius Rusticus
85-?
103 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Marcus Gavius Appalius-Maximus
100-138
122 Numisia Procula
105-?
A71
Youngest: 105 Youngest: 105
Oldest: 110 end end Oldest: 110
A70
123: Emperor Hadrian averts a war with Parthia by a personal meeting with Osroes I.
Quintus Caecilius
110-?
133 Volusia
115-?
Lucius-Fulvius Rusticus Aemilianus
115-165
139 Gavia
123-?
A70
Youngest: 123 Youngest: 123
Oldest: 135 end end Oldest: 135
A69
140: King Mithridates IV dies; Vologases III claims the throne and extends his rule throughout the
Parthian Empire.
Petronius
135-?
155 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Sextus Caicilius Crescens
135-?
158 Fluvia Numisia Aemilana
140-?
A69
Youngest: 140 Youngest: 140
Oldest: 160 end end Oldest: 160
A68
167: The Marcomanni tribe wages war against the Romans at Aquileia. They destroy aqueducts and irrigation
conduits. Marcus Aurelius repels the invaders, ending the Pax Romana (Roman Peace) that has kept
the Roman Empire free of conflict since the days of emperor Augustus.
Petronius Junior
160-192
183 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Sextus Caecilius Volusianis
160-?
182 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A68
Youngest: 160 Youngest: 160
Oldest: 185 Oldest: 185
A67
185: Nobles of Britain demand that Commodus rescind all power given to Tigidius Perennis, who is
eventually executed
Gnaeus-Petronius Probaus Junior-Iustus
185-235
203 Caecilia Volusianis
185-?
A67
Youngest: 185 Youngest: 185
Oldest: 190 end end end Oldest: 190
A66
205: Hadrian's Wall is restored, after heavy raids by Caledonian tribes had overrun much of northern
Britain
Marcus Publilius
195-?
223 Petronia
205-?
Gaius-Annius-Anullinus Germinus Percinnianus
190-240
216 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A66
Youngest: 205 Youngest: 205
Oldest: 220 end end Oldest: 220
A65
227: Seius Sallustius is executed for the attempted murder of his son-in-law Emperor Alexander Severus.
Sallustius' daughter, as well Alexander's wife, Sallustia Orbiana, is exiled in Libya.
Lucius-Publilius Probatus Iustus
225-255
248 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Gaius Annius Anuullinus
220-?
248 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A65
Youngest: 225 Youngest: 225
Oldest: 240 Oldest: 240
A64
256: Goths invade Asia Minor. Dacia is lost for the Roman Empire and the Goths appear at the walls
of Thessalonica.
Lucius-Publilius Petronius Volusianus
250-285
270 Annia Anullinus
255-?
Anicius Faustus
240-300
265 Amnia Demetrias
245-?
A64
Youngest: 255 Youngest: 255
Oldest: 270 Oldest: 270
A63
270: Crisis of the Third Century: An economic crisis strikes the Roman empire; due to the partition
of the empire, invasions and usurpations and the sacking of the countryside and cities by invaders,
agricultural and industrial production are significantly decreased, and mines lie unused. A monetary
crisis ensues, including inflation of up to 1,000 % in certain areas of the empire.
Petronus Probianus
270-322
300 Anicia Faustus
270-?
A63
Youngest: 270 Youngest: 270
Oldest: 305 Oldest: 305
A62
305: Maximinus II (305-313) persecutes the Christians of Egypt, many of whom take refuge in the
desert. In time, this refuge leads to the monastic life. In these monasteries Coptic writing develops,
supporting the propagation of Christian texts.
Petronius Probinus
305-341
327 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A62
Youngest: 305 Youngest: 305
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13000bc: In the Fertile Crescent, agriculture is first practivced.
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The Petronius Family


MapFileName: A74-62PetroniusUnknown
Number of Couples: 24