Reference Studies in Medieval History

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CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF IMPORTANT EVENTS
31 B.C.-14A.D. Organization of Roman Empire by Augustus.
27Division of provinces into imperial and senatorial.
20Campaign against the Parthians.
19Subjugation of Spain.
16Moesia made a Roman province.
15Raetia and Noricum erected into provinces.
12-9Organization of left bank of Rhine into Germania superior and Ger-
mania inferior.
9 A.D.Defeat of Varus by the Germans in the Teutoberger Wald.
10Pannonia made a Roman province.
14-37Tiberius emperor.
14-16Three expeditions of Germanicus against the
Germans.
43Beginning of Roman conquest of Britain.
58-63War with Armenians and Parthians. Conquest of Armenia.
64Burning of Rome.
69Vespasian emperor.
70Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus.
81-84Roman power in Britain extended as far as Scotland.
86-90Unsuccessful war of Domitian with Dacians.
98-117Trajan emperor.
101-2War with and
105-7Conquest of Dacia [Roumania and Transylvania].
105Arabia (country south of Damascus to head of Red Sea) made a
Roman province.
114-16New war with Parthia. Roman conquest to Tigris River. Crea-
tion of provinces of Mesopotamia, Assyria.
117-38Hadrian emperor. First wall between Britain and Caledonia ( Scot-
land).
117Abandonment of Armenia, Assyria, Mesopotamia. Euphrates made
boundary.
132-35Rebellion of the Jews in Palestine.
138-61Reign of Antoninus Pius.
161-80Reign of Marcus Aurelius.
162-65War with Parthians. Part of Mesopotamia recovered.
166-80Serious war with Marcomanni and Quadi in Bend of Danube. Plague.
180-92 Commodus. First Roman emperor to pay tribute to the Germans.
193-211Septimius Severus. Pretender in east ( Niger) and west (Clodius
Albinus).
208Expedition against the Caledonians. Second wall across Britain.
Papinian the great jurist flourished. Drastic administrative reorgani-
zation. Reduction of powers of senate.
211-17Caracalla. The Constitutio Antoniana confers Roman citizenship
on all free provincials in order to increase the capitation tax.
214Unsuccessful war against the Goths. Tribute paid them. First
mention of the Allemanni. Vicious administration.
222-35 Alexander Severus. Mild but weak rule. Increase of German
pressure. The jurists Ulpian and Julius Paullus. Great vogue of
oriental religions, especially the Syrian cult.

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