Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: -289 end end end end Oldest: -289
A80
293bc: The oldest known Roman temple to Venus is founded, starting the institution of Vinalia Rustica
(grape harvest festival)
Zilalsan Of-The-Massyli
289bc-250bc
269
bc
Unknown-Wife
?-?
Hamilcar Barca
275bc-228bc
252
bc
Unknown-Wife
?-?
A80
Youngest: -275 Youngest: -275
Oldest: -268 Oldest: -268
A79
241bc: First Punic War: Battle of the Aegates Islands - The Romans sink the Carthaginian fleet bringing
the First Punic War to an end
Narva King-Of-Numidia-and-Mauretania
268bc-228bc
247
bc
Unknown Barca
?-?
A79
Youngest: -268 Youngest: -268
Oldest: -296 end Oldest: -296
A78
296: Emperor Diocletian dispatches his son-in-law Galerius with a large army to Armenia. He invades
Mesopotamia, but suffers a complete defeat outside Ctesiphon against the Persian king Narseh, and
is forced to retreat. Galerius crosses the Euphrates into Syria to join Diocletian at Antioch.
Gaia King-Of-Numidia
296bc-207bc
239
bc
Unknown-Wife
?-?
A78
Youngest: -296 Youngest: -296
Oldest: -238 end Oldest: -238
A77
240bc: Eratosthenes estimates circumference of Earth
Masinissa 0f-Numidia
238bc-148bc
181
bc
Sophonisba Of-Carthage
?-?
A77
Youngest: -238 Youngest: -238
Oldest: -174 end Oldest: -174
A76
168bc: Battle of Pydna: Romans under Lucius Aemilius Paullus defeat and capture Macedonian King
Perseus, ending the Third Macedonian War
Gauda Of-Numibia
174bc-88bc
155
bc
Daughter-Of-Bocchus Of-Numibia
?-?
A76
Youngest: -174 Youngest: -174
Oldest: -156 end Oldest: -156
A75
164bc: During Maccabbean revolt Judas Maccabaeus recaptures Jersusalem and rededicates the Second
Temple, commemorated since as Jewish festival Hanukkah
Hiempsal-Ii King-Of-Numidia
156bc-79bc
88
bc
Unknown-Wife
?-?
A75
Youngest: -156 Youngest: -156
Oldest: -85 end Oldest: -85
A74
65bc: Horace is born (65bc-8bc)
Juba-I King-Of-Numidia
85bc-46bc
55
bc
Marcia Of-Numbia
?-?
A74
Youngest: -85 Youngest: -85
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40000bc: Cave painting is used in present day Spain and in present day Swaziland.
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The Juba/Marica Family


MapFileName: A80-74JubaIMarcia
Number of Couples: 8