January 31, 2021
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Ancient Rome Timeline
⟶ Updated 4 Nov 2019 ⟶
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Mt. Vesuvius erupt and destroys Pompeii- Volcano near bay of Naples and covered Roman city Pompeii in ashes
Etruscans take over Rome- Rome was conquered by several Etruscans princes.
Constantine baptized as christian- He was baptized on his deathbed.
Spartacus Revolt- Slave revolt lead by gladiator Spartacus
Trial and Crucifixion of Jesus- These are the trials that lead up to Jesus death.
Twelve Tables created- The twelve tables were the laws of Rome. They covered most areas.
Rome split into two empires- a forceful Roman general, Diocletian, seized power and declared himself the new emperor.
First Triumvirate rules Rome- a political alliance between three powerful men in the Roman Republic: Gaius Julius Caesar, Marcus Licinius Crassus, and Gnaeus Pompey.
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