|146 BC||Both Carthage and Corinth sacked by Roman armies|
|133–129 BC||Rome takes control of the kingdom of Pergamum, creating the province of Asia and making client kings out of the rulers of Bithynia, Pontus, Cappadocia|
|133 BC||Tribunate of Tiberius Gracchus marks the beginning of popularis politics in Rome|
|125–122 BC||Roman armies campaign in the Rhône Valley|
|123 BC||Tribunate of Gaius Gracchus marks an acceleration of urban violence in Rome|
|120 BC||Mithridates VI succeeds to the throne of Pontus|
|112–104 BC||War in North Africa against Jugurtha of Numidia|
|110–101 BC||Wars against the Cimbri and Teutones in Gaul, Spain, and north Italy. Marius held an unprecedented six consulships in this period|
|103–100 BC||Tribunates of Saturninus. Pitched battles in Rome, as tension increased between Senate and people, Senate and equestrians, and Marius and the Senate|
|102 BC||Antonius’ campaign against the pirates|
|91–87 BC||The Social War in Italy. Rome at war with her allies, defeats them, and then grants most Roman citizenship|
|89 BC||Mithridates invades Asia, orders the killing of around 100,000 Roman and Italian residents, and crosses to Greece where he is welcomed into Athens. All Roman territory east of the Adriatic was now in enemy hands|
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Publication information: Book title: Rome: An Empire's Story. Contributors: Greg Woolf - Author. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2012. Page number: 96.
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