14: Maritime Alps

11: Moesia

7: Fl. Strabo, geographer

4(?): Birth of Christ

B.C. 4 -6 A.D.: Archelaus, King of Judea; Herod Antipas, Tetrarch of – Galilee

A.D. 17: Cappadocia

40: Mauretania

43: Britain

47: Revolt of Caractacus

50: Dioscorides, pharmacologist 51-63: War between Parthia and Rome 55-60: Corbulo subjugates Armenia 61: Revolt of Boudicca

64: Cottian Alps

70-80: Roman conquest of Wales

77-84: Agricola, governor of Britain 72: Extinction of Seleucid Dynasty 89: Plutarch in Rome

90: Epictetus

95: Dio Chrysostom

100: Apollodorus of Damascus, architect 105: Arabia Petrea

107: Dacia

114: Armenia, Assyria, Mesopotamia 115: Soranus of Ephesus, physician 117: Hadrian relinquishes Armenia and Assyria 120: Marinus of Tyre, geographer 122: Hadrian’s Wall in England

130: Aelia Capitolina founded on site of Jerusalem; Theon of Smyrna mathematician; Arrian of Nicomedia, historian; Claudius Ptolemy, astronomer 142: Wall of Antoninus Pius in England 147-91: Vologeses III of Parthia

150: Lucian; Aelius Aristides

160: Galen, physician; Pausanias, geographer 190: Sextus Empiricus, philosopher 227: End of the Arsacid Dynasty