Ancient Roman History
Roman Empire from 500 B.C. - 500 A.D.
⟶ Updated 7 months ago ⟶
List of edits
Click on each event/date for a longer description.
7 months ago
509 B.C. : The Roman Republic is founded.
490 B.C. : Battle of Marathon
367 B.C. : Camillus is named Dictator of Rome for a fourth time; continues to lead armies to victory.
260 B.C. : First Punic War
149 B.C. : Third Punic War
44 B.C. : Julius Caesar was assassinated.
122 A.D. : Hadrian's Wall is built.
235 A.D. : The Roman Army On Rhine Revolts
359 A.D. : Constantinople becomes the capital of the Roman empire.
430 A.D. : The Roman Empire signs a first peace treaty with the Huns.
70 A.D. : The construction of the Coloseum began.
306 A.D. : Constantine dies.
164 A.D. The plague spreads throughout the Roman empire.
79 A.D. : The Coloseum is completed.
395 B.C. : The Corinthian War
450 B.C. : The Twelve Tables of the Roman law are created.
326 B.C. : The Circus Maximus was built.
455 A.D. : The Vandals sack Rome.
About & Feedback