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⟶ Updated 13 Nov 2017 ⟶
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7 Nov 2017
Julius Caesar becomes the first dictator of Rome
Julius Caesar is assassinated
Roman Empire begins
Much of Rome burns
Colosseum is built
Hadrian Wall is built
Constantine becomes Emperor in 306 AD
The Visigoths sack Rome
End of the Western Roman Empire and the fall of Ancient Rome
The Byzantine Empire ends
The last of the Cilician pirates were wiped out by Pompey.
Battle of Carrhae: A Parthian army decisively defeated a numerically superior Roman invasion force near Harran. Crassus was killed.
Caesar's Civil War: Caesar illegally crossed the Rubicon into Italy with his army.
Augustus convicted Julia of adultery and treason, annulled her marriage to Tiberius, and exiled her with her mother Scribonia to Ventotene.
Liberators' civil war: Augustus and Antony led some thirty legions to northern Greece in pursuit of Caesar's assassins Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger and Gaius Cassius Longinus.
The Lex Titia was passed, granting the Second Triumvirate of Augustus, Mark Antony and Marcus Aemilius Lepidus (triumvir) the power to make and annul laws and appoint magistrates.
Cantabrian Wars: Rome deployed some eighty thousand soldiers against the Cantabri in Iberia.
Pompey joined a political alliance, the so-called First Triumvirate, with the consul Julius Caesar and the censor Marcus Licinius Crassus.
Roman Times in this Era
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