Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: -705 end end Oldest: -705
A94
711bc: Jimmu, Japanese emperor is born (d. 585 bc)
Achaemenes-Of-Anshan Founder-Of-Persian-Dynasty
705bc-655bc
680
bc
Unknown-Wife
?-?
A94
Youngest: -705 Youngest: -705
Oldest: -675 end Oldest: -675
A93
660bc: Japan traditionally founded by mythical Emperor Jimmu-tenno
Teispes
675bc-640bc
650
bc
Perses Elam Achaemen
670bc-?
A93
Youngest: -670 Youngest: -670
Oldest: -640 end Oldest: -640
A92
612bc: Killing of Sinsharishkun, King of Assyrian Empire. Destruction of Nineveh.
Ariyaramna-Achaemenid King-Of-Anshan
640bc-?
620
bc
Unknown-Wife Queen-Of-Anshan
?-?
A92
Youngest: -640 Youngest: -640
Oldest: -610 end Oldest: -610
A91
599bc: Mahavira, the 24th Tirthankara of Jainism is born (d. 527 BC)
Arshama King-Of-Persia
610bc-522bc
580
bc
Unknown-Wife Queen-Of-Persia
?-?
A91
Youngest: -610 Youngest: -610
Oldest: -560 Oldest: -560
A90
539bc: King Cyrus "the Great" of Persia marches into Babylon, freeing Jewish captives and allowing
them to return home
Pharnaces Of-Persepolis
560bc-497bc
528
bc
Atossa Princess-Of-Anshan
550bc-475bc
A90
Youngest: -550 Youngest: -550
Oldest: -525 end Oldest: -525
A89
509bc: The temple of Jupiter on Rome's Capitoline Hill is dedicated on the ides of September
Artabazos Governor-Of-Phrygia
525bc-445bc
501
bc
Persian-Noblewoman Governess-Of-Phrygia
515bc-475bc
A89
Youngest: -515 Youngest: -515
Oldest: -495 end Oldest: -495
A88
490bc: The Greeks defeat the Persians in Battle of Marathon and eventually send the Persians packing
because a runner covered 26.2 miles from one battle site (Marathon) to another (Athens).
Pharnabazus Governor-Of-Phrygia
495bc-435bc
460
bc
Persian-Noblewoman Governess-Of-Phrygia
490bc-450bc
A88
Youngest: -490 Youngest: -490
Oldest: -445 end Oldest: -445
A87
399bc: Philosopher Socrates is sentenced to death by the city of Athens for corrupting the minds
of the youth of the city and for impiety
Mithridates-I Governor-Of-Cappadocia
440bc-370bc
417
bc
Persian-Noblewoman Governess-Of-Phrygia
445bc-405bc
A87
Youngest: -440 Youngest: -440
Oldest: -415 end Oldest: -415
A86
385: Copper extraction and casting begins in the mines of Kansanshi in southernmost Africa, at the
border of Zaire and Zambia
Ariobarzanes-I Governor-Of-Phrygia
415bc-362bc
370
bc
Persian-Noblewoman Governess-Of-Phrygia
385bc-344bc
A86
Youngest: -385 Youngest: -385
Oldest: -365 end Oldest: -365
A85
360bc: As the Illyrians attack the Molossians, the Molossian king Arymbas brings his non-combatant
people to safety elsewhere. When the Illyrians have finished looting, they are burdened with booty
and are thus easily defeated by the Molossians.
Ariobarzanes Governor-Of-Cius
365bc-337bc
342
bc
Persian-Noblewoman Governess-Of-Cius
360bc-319bc
A85
Youngest: -360 Youngest: -360
Oldest: -338 end Oldest: -338
A84
323: Emperor Constantine the Great defeats the invading Goths and Sarmatians north of the Danube
in Dacia, and claims the title of Sarmaticus Maximus.
Mithridates-I 1st-King-Of-Pontus
338bc-266bc
302
bc
Unknown Queen-Of-Pontus
320bc-279bc
A84
Youngest: -320 Youngest: -320
Youngest: -320 Youngest: -320
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110000bc: Last glacial period begins.
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The Mithridates Family


MapFileName: A94-84MithridatesiUnknown
Number of Couples: 11