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Mitchell Cook - History - Time Line
⟶ Updated 6 Nov 2017 ⟶
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Politicians and generals went to war to increase their power even as a political order broke down in Rome.
Pompey's allies in the Senate ordered Caesar give up command of his armies.
Caesar's army defeated Pompey
Caesar returned to Rome in 45 BC, he made himself dictator for life.
A group of Senators attacked Caesar.
In 42 BC Antony and Octavian soundly defeted their oppenents
A civil war broke out
Octavian announced that he was giving up his power to the Senate.
The Romans took over much of the Middle East.
The Romans took a practical approach to their study in science and engineering
Judea had been conquered by Rome.
The Roman army crushed the Jewish revolt and destroyed Jerusalem in 135 AD.
An uprising broke out
The Eastern Roman Empire ended
The Orthodox Chich was built
The Jews rebelled against the Romans
Military leaders took power away from the emperors.
No attacks against Rome
An emperor reunited the old Roman Empire as a passion of his
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