The Life and Times of St. Ambrose - Vol. 2

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A TABLE OF DATES
A.D.
339(beginnin). Birth of Ambrose at Trier..
353(6 January). Veiling of Marcellina by Pope Liberius at Rome..
354(13 November). Birth of Augustine..
357(28 April-29 May). The Emperor Constantius visits Rome..
359(18 April) Birth of Gratian.
Councils of Rimini (May) and Seleucia (September).
361(3 November). Death of Constantius at Mopsucrenae. Julian.
Emperor.
363(26 June). Death of Julian.
(27 June). Jovian elected Emperor.
364(16-17 February). Death of Jovian at Dadastana.
(27 February). Valentinian I elected Emperor at Nicaea.
(28 March). Valens created Emperor at Constantinople.
c. 365Ambrose and Satyrus take up residence at Sirmium.
366(1 October). Damasus consecrated Bishop of Rome.
Contest between Damasus and Ursinus.
367(24 August). Gratian created Emperor at Amiens.
c. 370 Ambrose appointed Consular of Aemilia-Liguria.
372Conspiracy of Theodorus against Valens.
373(October). Death of Auxentius, Bishop of Milan.
(24 November). Baptism of Ambrose.
(1 December). Consecration of Ambrose as Bishop of Milan.
374(autumn). Invasion of Quadi and Sarmatians.
375(February). Death of Satyrus.
(February). De Excessu fratris sui Satyri, Libri II.
(17 November). Death of Valentinian I at Bregetio.
(22 November). Valentinian II proclaimed Emperor.
Gratian refuses the title of Pontifex Maximus.
376(January). De Virginibus; followed by De Viduis.
The Goths cross the Danube.
377The Goths rebel at Marcianople.
De Paradiso and De Cain.
(June). De Virginitate.
378(May). Victory of Gratian over the Alemanni at Argentaria.
(9 August). Defeat and death of Valens at Hadrianople.
(August-September). De Fide, i, ii.
(autumn). De Noe.
379(19 January). Theodosius created Emperor at Sirmium.
Consulship of Ausonius.
(July). Sequestrated basilica at Milan restored to Catholics by Gratian.
Maximus the Cynic goes to Constantinople.
380(January). Letter of Gratian to Ambrose.
(February). Illness and baptism of Theodosius at Thessalonica.

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