Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q
Oldest: -375 end end
A85
375bc: The Theban general, Pelopidas, is made the leader of the Sacred Band, a selected infantry
body of 300.
Alcimachus Of-Greece
375bc-?
391
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Youngest: -375
Oldest: 0 end end end end end end end
A84
258bc: Ptolemy II loses control of the territory of Cyrenaica.
Lagus Of-Eordaea
?-?
370
bc
Arsinoe
?-?
Agathocles Of-Greece
?-?
363
bc
Arsinoe Queen-Of-Egypt
?-?
Antipatros Regent-Of-Macedonia
?-?
360
bc
Unknown Wife
?-?
Lagos Of-Macedonia
?-?
370
bc
Arsinoe Of-Macedonia
?-?
Youngest: 0
Oldest: -367 end end
A83
323bc: Alexander The Great dies (356 to 323 bce)
Ptolomy-i Soter
367bc-283bc
317
bc
Berenice-I Of-Egypt
340bc-268bc
Lysimachus King-Of-Thrace
361bc-281bc
335
bc
Nicaea MacEdon
?-?
Phillippus Of-Macedonia
?-?
345
bc
Bernice Of-Macedonia
?-?
Youngest: -340
Oldest: -320
A82
322bc: Battle of Crannon between Athens and Macedon following the death of Alexander the Great.
Ptolemy-ii Philadelphus King-Of-Egypt
309bc-246bc
282
bc
Arsinoe-i Queen-Of-Egypt
300bc-251bc
Magas King-Of-Cyrene
320bc-250bc
275
bc
Apama-ii Queen-Of-Cyrenaica
292bc-245bc
Youngest: -292
Oldest: -267
A81
256bc: Rome aims for a quick end to hostilities in the First Punic War and decides to invade the
Carthaginian colonies in Northern Africa to force the enemy to accept terms. A major fleet is built,
including transports for the army and its equipment, and warships for their protection. Carthage
under Hamilcar tries to intervene but a force under the Roman general and consul Marcus Atilius
Regulus and his colleague Lucius Manlius Vulso Longus defeat the Carthaginian fleet in the Battle
of Cape Ecnomus off the southern coast of Sicily.
Ptolemy-iii King-Of-Egypt
256bc-bc
234
bc
Berenice-ii Queen-Of-Egypt
267bc-221bc
Youngest: -256
Oldest: -240
A80
195bc: Gaozu of Han, Emperor of China (202-195 BC), founder of Han Dynasty
Ptolemy-iv Philopator King-Of-Egypt
240bc-?
215
bc
Arsinoe-iii Queen-Of-Egypt
230bc-?
Youngest: -230
Oldest: -208
A79
210bc: Philopator was devoted to orgiastic forms of religion and literary dilettantism. He built
a temple to Homer and composed a tragedy, to which his favourite Agathocles added a commentary.
He married his sister Arsinoe III (about 220 BC), but continued to be ruled by his mistress Agathoclea,
sister of Agathocles.
Ptolemy-v King-Of-Egypt
208bc-181bc
193
bc
Cleopatra-i Princess-Of-The-Seleucid-Empire
204bc-176bc
Youngest: -204
Oldest: -186
A78
185bc: The First Celtiberian (181-179 BC) was the first of three major rebellions by the Celtiberians
against the Roman presence in Hispania.
Ptolemy-vi King-Of-Egypt
186bc-145bc
165
bc
Cleopatra-ii Queen-Of-Egypt
185bc-116bc
Youngest: -185
Oldest: -182
A77
137bc: Tiberius Gracchus, quaestor in Spain, observes that slave labor has displaced small freeheld
farms.
Ptolemy-viii Pharoah-Of-Egypt
182bc-116bc
142
bc
Cleopatra-iii Queen-Of-Egypt
161bc-101bc
Ptolemy-Ix King-Of-Egypt
143bc-81bc
120
bc
Cleopatra Selene-1
135bc-69bc
Youngest: -135
Oldest: -143
A76
115bc: Cleopatra II (c. 185 BC to 116/115 BC) was a queen of Ptolemaic Egypt who ruled from 175
to 116 BC with two successive brother-husbands
Ptolemy-Ix King-Of-Egypt
143bc-81bc
120
bc
Cleopatra-iv Queen-Of-Egypt
138bc-112bc
Ptolemy-x Alexander King-Of-Egypt
?-87bc
93
bc
Bernice-Iii Queen-Of-Egypt
115bc-?
Youngest: -115
Oldest: -117
A75
46bc: Apr 6 Julius Caesar defeats Caecilius Metellus Scipio and Marcus Porcius Cato (Cato the Younger)
in the battle of Thapsus
Ptolemy-xii King-Of-Egypt
117bc-51bc
80
bc
Cleopatra-v Tryphaena
95bc-57bc
Youngest: -95
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44000bc: Tally sticks (like notched bones) used to remember a number or numbers are first used.

The Ptolemy/Cleopatra Family


MapFileName: A85-75PtolemyXiiCleopatraV
Number of Couples: 19