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Claudius Galenus
 
Christian Persecutions 64 - 311 247
 
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Apostle Paul
New Test
 
Goths Conv 325 - 40
 
 
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Attila 5 - 453
 
 
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Roman Province of Lusitania
24 BC - 298 AD
322
@ Emerita Augusta (Mérida, Spain), Scalabis Iulia (Santarém, Portugal) & Pax Iulia (Beja, Portugal)
1 Paderne Castle
Roman Province of Lusitania
24 BC - 298 AD
322
@ Emerita Augusta (Mérida, Spain), Scalabis Iulia (Santarém, Portugal) & Pax Iulia (Beja, Portugal)
Roman Province of Lusitania
24 BC - 298 AD
322
@ Emerita Augusta (Mérida, Spain), Scalabis Iulia (Santarém, Portugal) & Pax Iulia (Beja, Portugal)

 

 

Galicia 1
410 - 584 174
(Suebic Kingdom of Galicia) Portugal
1st 409 - 56 47
409 - 38 29 Hermeric
438 - 48 10 Rechila
448 - 56 8 Rechiar
456 - 7 1 Aioulf
Suebic Civil War 456 - 69 13
457 - 60 3 Maldras ( in Lusitania, 457 in north)
457 Framta ( in north)
457 - 64 7 Richimund ( in north)
460 - 4 4 Frumar ( in Lusitania)
464 Remismund reunified kingdom
400s 1635 Viseu Cathedral
1st Roman Province of
Hispania Tarraconensis

27 BC - 293 AD 320
@ Tarraco (Tarragona)
Roman Province of Baetica
14 BC - 400s
400s
@ Conventus Gaditanus (Gades, Cádiz), Cordubensis (Cordoba), Astigitanus (Astigi, Écija), Hispalensis (Hispalis, Seville).
000s - 100s Cornalvo Dam Spain
000s - 300 Milagros Aqueduct Spain
000s Almuñécar Aqueduct Spain
20s Clunia Bathhouse Spain Mosaico de Clunia
20s Augustus Temple Barcelona Spain
73 La Plata Road spain
74 Las Médulas Aqueduct Spain Pliny Writes of
81 - 96 Segovia Aqueduct Spain
98 - 117 Romano Bridge
98 - 138 Alconétar Bridge spain









1st Roman Province of
Hispania Tarraconensis

27 BC - 293 AD 320
@ Tarraco (Tarragona)
Roman Province of Baetica
14 BC - 400s
400s
@ Conventus Gaditanus (Gades, Cádiz), Cordubensis (Cordoba), Astigitanus (Astigi, Écija), Hispalensis (Hispalis, Seville).
100 - 325 Tarragona Amphitheater Spain in use
104 - 6 Alcántara Bridge spain
125 Iberian Peninsula Roads


1st Roman Province of
Hispania Tarraconensis

27 BC - 293 AD 320
@ Tarraco (Tarragona)
293 Split into 2 parts creating Gallaecia
298 Split again creating Hispania Carthaginensis
Roman Province of Baetica
14 BC - 400s
400s
@ Conventus Gaditanus (Gades, Cádiz), Cordubensis (Cordoba), Astigitanus (Astigi, Écija), Hispalensis (Hispalis, Seville).
Roman Province of Gallaecia
293 - 409 116
@ Bracara Augusta (Braga), Portugal, & Lucus Augusti (Lugo), Spain
Roman Province of
Hispania Carthaginensis

298 - 409 111
@ Carthago Nova (Cartagrna)
200s Alcázar Castle Toledo
2nd Roman Province of
Hispania Tarraconensis

293 - 409 116
@ Tarraco (Tarragona)
Roman Province of Baetica
14 BC - 400s
400s
@ Conventus Gaditanus (Gades, Cádiz), Cordubensis (Cordoba), Astigitanus (Astigi, Écija), Hispalensis (Hispalis, Seville).
Roman Province of Gallaecia
293 - 409 116
@ Bracara Augusta (Braga), Portugal, & Lucus Augusti (Lugo), Spain
Roman Province of
Hispania Carthaginensis

298 - 409 111
@ Carthago Nova (Cartagrna)

 

2nd Roman Province of
Hispania Tarraconensis

293 - 409 116
@ Tarraco (Tarragona)
Roman Province of Baetica
14 BC - 400s
400s
@ Conventus Gaditanus (Gades, Cádiz), Cordubensis (Cordoba), Astigitanus (Astigi, Écija), Hispalensis (Hispalis, Seville).
Roman Province of Gallaecia
293 - 409 116
@ Bracara Augusta (Braga), Portugal, & Lucus Augusti (Lugo), Spain
Roman Province of
Hispania Carthaginensis

298 - 409 111
@ Carthago Nova (Cartagrna)
406 Visogothic Spain emerged under Pharamond chief of Frank Tribes.
Silingi Vandal Tribe
? ?
120 BC - 271 AD 391 In Silesia
271 - 406 135 In Dacia and Pannonia (Hungary)
409 They move into Spain from France
429 They move into Africa in Morrocco
Roman Empire
27 BCE - 476 CE
503
755 BC 286 AD 1041 Rome
286 402 116 Milan
402 476 74 Ravenna
#C #E *
Julio Claudian
27 BC - 68 AD
95
Julian
27 BC - 14 AD
27 BC - 14 41 Augustus.
1904 History of Rome During Later Republic and Early Principate by Greenidge, A. H. J. (Abel Hendy Jones) 227,237 K
1907 Religion of Ancient Rome by Bailey, Cyril 26,801 K
1909 Conflict of Religions in Early Roman Empire by Glover, T. R. (Terrot Reaveley) 153,598 K
1911 Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism by Cumont, Franz Valery Marie 96,925 K
6 Census of Quirinius. Rome.
9 Three Roman legions were ambushed and destroyed at Teutoberg Forest by Germans under leadership of Arminius.
10s Augustus of Primaporta, (perhaps a copy of a bronze statue of ca. 20 BC), is made. It is now kept in Musei Vaticani, Braccio Nuovo, Rome.
10s Gemma Augustea made. Now kept at Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.
10s House of Silver Wedding, Pompeii, is built. Excavated in 1893, year of silver wedding anniversary of Italys King Humbert and his wife, Margherita of Savoy, who have supported archaeological fieldwork at Pompeii.
46 BCE - 15 CE 61 Ovid "the lovepoet of Romans" was born. Authored over 54 books.
59 BC - 17 AD 58 Livy. Roman Historian.
14 - 37 23 Tiberius.
80 - 15 65 Vitruvius Roman writer
64 BC - 24 AD 60 Strabo
58 BC - 29 AD 87 Livia Roman Empress
20 - 31 51 Sejanus
000s painting "Alexander Great confronts Darius III at Battle of Issos", detail of mosaic floor decoration from Pompeii, Italy is made. It is a Roman copy after a Greek painting of c. 310 BC, perhaps by Philoxenos or Helen of Egypt. It is now at Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, Italy.
37 - 41 4 Caligula.
Claudian 41 - 68 27
41 - 54 13 Claudius.
40s On Shortness of Life by Seneca Younger 4 BC 65 AD 29.4M 1;04;19
46 Castel Brando
54 - 68 14 Nero
1881 Nero Makers of History Series by Abbott, Jacob 60,490 K
50s Wall niche, from garden in Pompeii, is made. It is now kept at Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, England.
50s Detail of a wall painting in House of M. Lucretius Fronto, Pompeii, is made.
64 Great Fire of Rome 1st Roman mass Persecution of Christians, earliest significant recognition of Christians in Rome.
4 BC - 65 AD 69 Seneca Younger
000s Codex 1st form of modern book, appears in Roman Empire
Civil War
5 - 67 62 Paul of Tarsus
69 - 96 27 Tacitus Histories 100 10 10
69 Year of 4 emperors Roman Civil War
68 - 9 1 Galba
69 Otho
Flavian
69 96 27
69 - 79 10 Vespasian.
66 - 73 7 1st JewishRoman War
70 - 80 10 Colosseum (Flavian Amphitheater) constructed, origin of name Arena.
23 - 79 56 Pliny Elder Author, Naturalist, Natural Philosopher
79 - 81 2 Titus.
79 Destruction of Jerusalem.
79 Mount Vesuvius Eruption Pompeii and Herculaneum destroyed by of
Last Days of Pompeii 1984 1935
Ultimi giorni di Pompei, Gli 1960
81 - 96 15 Domitian.
90s Codex replaces scroll.
90s Cityscape, detail of a Second Style wall painting from a bedroom in House of Publius Fannius Synistor, Boscoreale, is made. It is now at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
90s Bedroom from House of Publius Fannius Synistor, Boscoreale is made. It is reconstructed with later furnishings at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
90s Seascape, detail of a wall painting from Villa Farnesina, Rome, is made.
90s Young Woman Writing detail of a wall painting, from Pompeii, is made. It is now kept at Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples.
90s Mausoleum under Construction, relief from tomb of Haterius family, Via Labicana, Rome, is made. It is now kept at Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Profano, ex Lateranese, Rome.
90s MiddleAged Flavian Woman, is made. It is now kept at Musei Vaticani, Museo Gregoriano Profano, ex Lateranese, Rome.
98 Germania Tacitus 32M 1;09;54
98 Agricola Tacitus 40.8M 1;29;16
61 - 112 51 Pliny Younger of Rome. lawyer, author, and magistrate
15 BCE - 19 CE Germanicus
000s Palatine Towers Turin
000s Larino Amphitheater Larinum
000s Luna Amphitheater
000s Portunus Temple Rome backside
0 Capua Amphitheater
14 Via AemiliaRimini Romano Bridge
17 Janus Temple Rome
30 Verona Amphitheater
38 Claudia Aqueduct
38 - 52 Annio Novus Aqueduct Bridge Rome
52 Anio Novus Aqueduct
79 Vespasian & Titus Temple Rome
81 - 438 Ludus Magnus Amphitheater Rome
000s VaisonlaRomaine Bridge france
Roman Empire
27 BCE - 476 CE
503
5 Good Emperors
96 - 180
96 - 98 2 Nerva.
Imperium: Augustus 2003
Empire 2005  rise of Octavius (Augustus)
Caligula 1980
I, Claudius 1976
Imperium: Nerone (Nero) 2004
Quo Vadis 1951
Sign of Cross 1932

98 - 117 19 Trajan. Limit of Empire reached.
98 Empire at greatest extent.
100 - 10 10 Histories Tacitus 303M 11;02;53
61 - 112 51 Pliny Younger
56 - 117 51 Tacitus
117 - 38 21 Hadrian Rebuilt Jerusalem, placing Temple of Jupiter on site of Solomons Temple. He also visited Britain.
80s - 120s 40s Juvenal Roman Satirical Poet
121 Lives of Twelve Caesars by Suetonius Tranquillus 69122440M 16;02;35
123 - 139 Castel Sant Angelo
126 Rome Pantheon
69 - 130 61 Suetonius, Roman historian
134 Rome Bridge of Angels
132 - 5 3 Bar Kokhbas revolt against Rome
138 - 61 23 Antoninus Pius.
144 Marcion, rejected by Church of Rome, founds Marcionism
100 - 60 60 Valentinius Gnostic philosopher in Rome.
161 - 80 19 Marcus Aurelius
1776 Decline Fall of Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon545M 19;50;42
167 - 75 8 1st Marcomanni War
178 - 80 2 2nd Marcomanni War (depicted in movie Gladiator)
180 Marcus Aurelius Meditations 121 80 191M
Commodus 180 - 192 Commodus
He was known as profligate and cruel. In his reign civilization, morals and religion declined. Pertinax proposed reforms and was murdered by Praetorian Guards, of whom Julianus bought throne.
Fall of Roman Empire 1964
Gladiator 2000
Severan 192 - 235 42
192 - 211 18 Septimius Severus "Brave man." Visited Britain and built a wall at York and died there.
193 Rome Aureliusza Column
166 - 180 14 Marcomannic Wars Roman Empire against Marcomanni, Quadi and other Germanic peoples, along both sides of upper and middle Danube.
101 - 6 5 Dacian Wars
114 Trajans Column 140 feet high.
121 Hadrians Wall built from Rhine to Danube Rivers.
137 Christmas festival begins
150 - 250 100 Modalism (Monarchianism) in Rome. Sabellius, Praxeus, Noetus, Paul of Samosata
1200s Milan Amphitheater
104 - 9 Trajan Bathhouse Rome
106 - 112 Trajans Forum Rome
109 sul Ofanto Via Traina Bridge made
109 Traiana Aqueduct Barbegal Mill
125 Roman Empire Roads
126 Pantheon Temple Rome
132 Popilia Road
135 Aelius Bridge rome
135 Venus & Roma Temple
141 Antoninus & Faustina Temple Rome
145 Hadrian Temple Rome
158 Augustus Temple Rome

 

Roman Empire
27 BCE - 476 CE
503
211 - 18 6 Caracalla
210s Caracalla Made. Now at Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
210s Burial in catacombs becomes common.
212 Constitutio Antoniniana grants citizenship to all free Roman men.
212 - 6 4 Baths of Caracalla.
200s Menorahs and Ark of Covenant, wall painting in a Jewish catacomb, Villa Torlonia (Rome), is made.
217 - 18 1 Macrinus
218 - 22 4 Elagabalus "Wanton, extravagant, depraved, and horribly cruel."
222 - 35 13 Alexander Severus Made reforms. Murdered.
Crisis of 3rd Century
235 - 84 49
235 - 37 2 Maximinus
238 - 44 6 Gordian 3
244 - 49 5 Philip Arab
249 - 51 2 Decius
249 Gothic invasion in reign of Decius.
250 Gothic invasion
251 Romans defeated at "Abrutum." Decius and sons slain by Goths, led by Ostrogotha.
251 - 53 2 Trebonianus Gallus
253 3m Aemilius
253 - 260 7 Valerian
255 Empire greatly distressed. Barbarians invad on all sides.
258 Valerians Massacre of Christians.
260 Valerian taken prisoner by Sapor, ruler of Persia, and flayed.
260 - 75 15 Gallienus
263 Vast hordes of Heruli traversed Italy.
268 - 70 2 Claudius
270 - 75 5 5 Aurelian
Nel Segno di Roma (Sign of Gladiator) 1959 
275 - 76 6 months Tacitus murdered
276 3 months Florianus murdered
276 - 82 6 Probus
282 - 84 2 Carus
Constantinian Dynasty
284 - 363
79
284 - 305 21 Diocletian
286 capital moved from Rome to Ravenna
300 Good Shepherd, Orants and Story of Jonah, painted ceiling of Catacombs of Marcellinus and Peter, Rome, is made.
200 - 75 Castrense Amphitheater Creation
226 - 780s Aqua Alexandrina Bridge

 

Roman Empire
27 BCE - 476 CE
503
305 - 06 1 Chlorus 1 Constantius "Constantine Great"
305 - 11 6 Galerius Junior CoEmperor
306 - 07 1 Flavius Valerus Severus Junior CoEmperor
306 - 12 6 Maxentius West Emperor
311 - 13 2 Maximinus Daia Co West Emperor
308 - 24 16 Licinius
306 - 37 31 Constantine Great 1st Christian Emperor. Made Constantinople capital of Rome.
Constantine and Cross 1962
330 - 60 30 Codex Sinaiticus & Codex Vaticanus Graecus 1st Christian Bibles
Ends persecution of Christians in Roman Empire (see also Constantinian shift) and Constantinople becomes new seat of government (New Rome)
331 Heathen temples in Rome destroyed.
337 Constantine 2
337 Constans
337 Constantius 2
350 9 m Vetranio
360 63 3 Julian Publicly abandoned Christianity and adopted paganism.
363 64 7m Jovianus
Valentinian 364 - 92 28
364 - 75 11 Valentinian 1 & ^ Cratian
364 - 78 14 Valens Eastern
367 - 83 16 Gratian
370 - 4 4 Hun Invasion of Europe from Central Asian steppe.
375 - 92 17 Valentinian 2 became ruler of Western Empire of Rome.
376 - 82 6 Gothic War in Balkans
377 Concerning Virgins by Saint Ambrose 68.4M 2;29;21
378 Battle of Adrianople. Roman army defeated by Visigoth cavalry. Emperor Valens is killed.
Theodosian Dynasty
392 - 455
63
379 - 95 16 Theodosius 1 became ruler of Eastern Empire of Rome. He began a 4year campaign against Goths. Pulled down statues of heathen gods. Officially divided Roman Empire into Greek or Eastern Empire with capital at Constantinople, and Roman or Western Empire with capitals at Mediolanum (Milan) and Ravenna. 129 yrs.
387 On Duties of Clergy by Saint Ambrose 240M 8;43;54
Bans pagan worship, Christianity is made official religion of Empire.
390s Atrium added in Old St. Peters Basilica, Rome.
390s Cubiculum of Leonis, Catacomb of Commodilla, near Rome, is made.
394 Battle of Frigidus Visigoths defeat Romans in North Italy. Roman Frankish general Flavius Arbogast & Bauto die.
395 Roman Emperor Theodosius 1 dies, causing Roman Empire to split permanently.
337 97 60 Ambrose Christian theologian, bishop of Milan whose preaching converted Augustine
397 8 Confessions Saint Augustine 344M 12;32;41
300s 1500s Reggio Emilia Cathedral
300s - 1848 Aosta Cathedral
300s - 1860 Vercelli Cathedral
313 - 1754 Padua Cathedral
324 St. John Lateran Basilica
363 - 1914 Arezzo Cathedral
3 - 400s Paddleboat Rome mentioned
309 Romulus Temple Rome
300s Minerva Medica Temple nymphaeum Rome
390s San Sebastiano Gate Appian Road
394 Vesta Temple fire extingueihed Rome


Roman Empire
27 BCE - 476 CE
501
Theodosian 392 455 63
395 - 423 28 Honorius
400 City of God Saint Augustine 1.07G 40;27;49
402 Roman Empire moves capital from Mediolanum (Milan) to Ravenna
407 Constantine 3 leads many of Roman military units from Britain to Gaul, occupying Arles (Arelate). This is generally seen as Romes withdrawal from Britain.
409 Belgium revolted from Rome and all Germany was in motion for independence.
370 - 410 40 Alaric 1, king of Visigoths that sacked Rome
340 - 410 70 Tyrannius Rufinus Priest of Aquileia, hermit, Latin translator
410 Rome sacked by Visigoths led by their king Alaric.
410s Baptistry of Neon Ravenna
354 - 418 64 Pelagius Priest, father of Pelagianism
347 - 420 83 Jerome Christian hermit, priest, Latin translator of Bible and other theological works. Slovenia.
420 Enchiridion 70M 2;32
423 - 55 31 Valentinian 3
426 There was a total withdrawal of Romans soldiers from Britain when Picts and Scots invaded from north. Saxons were invited over to assist in expelling them and gradually took possession of country. Saxon Heptarchy was formed, and existed until Egbert formed kingdom of England in
433 Attila invades Roman empire, sacking and pillaging over 70 cities.
360 - 435 75 John Cassian Christian monk and theologian. Romania.
451 Attila invades Roman empire
452 Aquileia is destroyed by Attila Hun
396 - 454 58 Aetius Last of great Roman generals
455 Rome Sacked by Vandals
Last Emperors of West
455 - 76 21
455 1 Petronius Maximus
455 - 56 1 Avitus
456 - 61 4 Majorian
461 - 64 3 Libius Severus
467 - 72 5 Anthemius
400 - 71 71 Aspar Eastern Roman general and politician
405 - 72 67 Ricimer General, Politician
472 - 73 1 Olybrius
473 - 74 1 Glycerius
474 - 75 & 80 2 Julius Nepos
475 - 76 1 Romulus Agustulus
476 Odoacer overthrows Romulus Augustulus. End of Roman Empire. "Middle Ages" began and rise of feudal system. There was a Feudal Alliance between Odoacer, king of Western Empire and Euric. Euric formally resigned his provinces and received them again as fiefs of Rome.
476 poet Petrarch of Italy coins term Dark Ages to describe preceding 900 years in Europe, beginning with fall of Western Roman Empire in through to renewal embodied in Renaissance.
480 Assassination of Julius Nepos, last de jure Emperor of Western Roman Empire, in Dalmatia
492 DellOvo Castle
400s - 1600s Genoa Cathedral
Ostrogothic Kingdom
493 - 553
60
Italy Ostrogoths invaded Western Empire under Theodoric Great. One third of lands were given to his 500,000 troops. He married Clovis sister. Roman or Western Empire came under Ostrogothic monarchy of Italy with capitals at Ravenna and Verona.
493 Theodoric Ostrogoth ousts Odoacer to become king of Italy.
493 - 526 33 Theodoric Great, later a prominent hero in Germanic tales, rules in Rome until his death.
Lumbard Tribe
300 - 568
260s
Legendary rulers
300s
? Shava
? Agelmund
? Lamissio
? Ybor & Agio, brothers, together with their mother Gambara, who led emigration from Scandinavia
? Agilmund, ^Agio
? Laiamicho
400 - 40 40 Lethuc
440 - 60 20 Aldihoc
480 - 90 10 Godehoc led Lombards into modernday Austria
490 - 500 10 Claffo
500 - 10 10 Tato his son Ildichus died in exile
     
Republic of San Marino
301 - Present
1711
@ San Marino, Italy
Republic of San Marino
301 - Present
1711
@ San Marino, Italy
Popes in Rome
30 - 755 725
30 - 67 37 Simon Peter
52 - 96 44 New Testament Eight authors wrote twentyseven books
64 - 67 3 Linus
64 - 8 4 1st Persecution by Nero began
5 - 67 62 Apostle Paul Beheaded
Peter and Paul 1981
77 - 88 11 Anacletus
81 2nd Persecution by Domitian
88 - 97 11 Clement 1

Popes in Rome
30 - 755 725
199 - 217 18 Zephyrinus
200 5th Persecution by Severus
217 - 23 6 Callixtus 1
223 - 30 7 Urban 1
230 - 35 5 Pontian
235 6th Persecution by Maximus
170 - 235 65 Hippolytus 1st Antipope
235 - 36 1 Anterus
236 - 50 14 Fabian
251 - 53 2 Cornelius
250 - 53 7th Persecution by Decius who proposed to extirpate Christianity from earth by sword and fire, wild beasts, wheel, redhot iron chairs, and every variety of torture.
253 - 54 1 Lucius 1
254 - 57 3 Stephen 1
257 - 58 1 Sixtus 2
257 - 60 3 8th Persecution
259 - 68 9 Dionysus
269 - 74 5 Felix 1
275 - 83 8 Eutychian
275 9th Persecution by Aurelian.
283 - 96 13 Caius
296 - 304 8 Marcellinus
Popes in Rome
30 - 755 725
308 - 09 1 Marcellus 1
302 - 11 10th Persecution"Era of Martyrs" Or "Diocletian Era." Last and worst of Imperial Romes persecutions.
309 - 10 1 Eusebius
311 - 14 3 Miltiades
312 Edict of Milan ending Christian persecutions.
313 Constantines conversion came by a vision of a luminous cross in sky.
314 - 35 21 Sylvester 1
325 After being persecuted for almost 200 years Constantine made Church becomes a legal religion,  compromise begins to enter.
325 1st Christian Bible
325 1st Ecumenical Council of Council of Nicea by Constantine, Emperor of Rome, and held at Nice, Bithynia. 318 Bishops and 2,048 Ecclesiastics. "Nicene Creed" was formed at this council.
336 1 Mark
337 - 52 15 Julius 1
352 - 66 14 Liberius
366 - 84 18 Damascus
381 2nd Council was held at Constantinople from May to July. Three hundred fifty Bishops attended.
384 - 99 15 Siricius
399 - 401 2 Anastasius 1
Popes in Rome
30 - 755 725
401 17 16 Innocent 1
413 City of God by Saint Augustine of Hippo (354 430 76)
Agostino dIppona 1972 Italian 

417 - 181 Zosimus
418 - 22 4 Boniface 1
422 - 32 10 Celestine I
431 3rd Council held at Ephesus.
432 - 40 8 Sixtus 3
440 - 61 21 Leo 1
451 4th Council at Chalcedon
452 Pope Leo 1 meets personally with Attila on Micino River and convinces him not to sack Rome.
461 - 68 7 Hilarius
468 - 83 15 Simplicius
483 - 92 9 Felix 3
492 - 96 4 Gelasius 1
496 - 98 2 Anastasius 2
60 Shipwreck of St. Paul Apostle.
117 - 38 21 Islands become municipal under Emperor Hadrian.
 
395 Roman rule ends.
395 - 870 475 Byzantine rule.
454 Islands occupied by Vandals (?)
464 Islands occupied by Goths (?)
       
347 - 420 73 Jerome Christian Priest, monk, and translator of Bible into Latin. Slovenia
Roman province of Illyricum
167 BC - 20 AD
187
@ Salona (Solin)
20 Divided into Pannonia & Dalmatia
   
300 Diocletianus Aqueduct Croatia
3 - 400s Zadar Cathedral Basilica Croatia
4 - 500s Krk Cathedral
98 117 Durrës Amphitheater Albania        
Roman Province of
Lower Pannonia

103 296
193
107 Divided into Pannonia Superior & Pannonia Inferior
000s Viminacium City Serbia
10 Roman Sarcophogus at Zemun City founded
Roman Province of
Lower Pannonia

103 - 296
193
@ Aquincum, Hungary & Sirmium, Serbia


103 - 5 RomaniaSerbia Apollodorus Bridge
105 Trajans Bridge
120s Ulpiana 1st Mentioned
Roman Province of
Lower Pannonia

103 - 296
193
@ Aquincum, Hungary & Sirmium, Serbia
Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Roman Province of
Pannonia Secunda

296 - 400s 150s
@ Sirmium, Serbia
Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
202 Remesiana City
298 450s Gamzigrad
Roman Province of
Pannonia Secunda

296 400s 150s
@ Sirmium, Serbia
Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
306 - 442 Mediana
Roman Province of
Pannonia Secunda

296 - 400s 150s
@ Sirmium, Serbia
Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kingdom of Gepids
400s - 500s
100
@Sirmium, Serbia. Including: Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria, Urkaine
000s - 1500s Skopje Aqueduct Macedonia
     
400s Strumica Fortress Macedonia
Roman Province of Macedonia
146 BC - 330 AD
476
@ Thessalonica & Stobi
Roman Province of Achaea
146 BC - 330 AD
476
@ Athens
Roman Province of
Creta et Cyrenaica

20 BC - 297 AD
317
@ Gortyn, Crete
95 Apostle John banished to Patmos, Greece.
46 - 120 74 Plutarch historian
Roman Province of Macedonia
146 BC - 330 AD
476
@ Thessalonica & Stobi
Roman Province of Achaea
146 BC - 330 AD
476
@ Athens
Roman Province of
Creta et Cyrenaica

20 BC - 297 AD
317
@ Gortyn, Crete
131 - 216 85 Claudius Galenus (Galen) Physician. Wrote 500 books on Medicine and 250 on other subjects.
183 - 213 30 Oppian Poet. Wrote 5 books on fishing and 4 books on hunting.


117 - 38 Stymfalia Hadrian Aquaduct atSiouri
120s Stymfalia Aqueduct Greece
195 Kythira Chora Kythira panorama Gains Independence
Roman Province of Macedonia
146 BC - 330 AD
476
@ Thessalonica & Stobi
Roman Province of Achaea
146 BC - 330 AD
476
@ Athens
Roman Province of
Creta et Cyrenaica

20 BC - 297 AD
317
@ Gortyn, Crete
Roman Province of Macedonia
146 BC - 330 AD
476
@ Thessalonica & Stobi
Roman Province of Achaea
146 BC - 330 AD
476
@ Athens
Byzantine Province of Macedonia
330 - 600s
250s
@ Thessalonica & Stobi
Byzantine Province of Achaea
330 - 600s
250s
@ Athens
Byzantine Province of Macedonia
330 - 600s
250s
@ Thessalonica & Stobi
Byzantine Province of Achaea
330 - 600s
250s
@ Athens