100 To 149
This Decade - Military Technology Square/rectangular Roman fortresses are used along communications routes.
x - Roman couriers carry government mail across the empire.
x - Emperor Trajan goes to war again with the Dacians.
x - Christianity The Epistle's of Ignatius written.
x - Emperor Trajan creates the Roman province of Arabia.
x - Emperor Trajan conquers Dacia and makes it into a Roman province.
x - Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, is condemned to death.0802787908
x - Roman Emperor Trajan successfully invades Armenia and upper Mesopotamia.
x - Emperor Trajan captures the Parthian capital Ctesiphon.
x - Revolts against the Romans in southern Mesopotamia. The Parthians attack the Romans in the North of Mesopotamia. The Mesopotamian city "Seleucia on the Tigris" is partially burnt by Emperor Trajan.
x - Trajan heads home from wars, and dies. Hadrian becomes Roman Emperor.
aug 08 - Mark Ulpius Trajanus, Roman emperor, dies.
aug 11 - Hadrian hears of death of emperor Trajan of Antioch.
c - China Zhang Heng introduces the seismograph
sep 13 - Building begins on Hadrian's Wall.
aug 01 - Publius Helvius Pertinax, Roman emperor r.193, is born.
sep 22 - Claudius Galenus, Italian physician/scholar, is born.
x - The Jews in Judaea revolt against the Romans, under the leadership of Simeon Bar Kosiba. aka Bar-Kochba u.135
x - The Romans reconqueror Jerusalem.
aug 05 - Betar last outpost of Bar Kochba falls to Rome.
x - Emperor Hadrian adopts Antoninus Pius and has Antonius Pius adopt Marcus Aurelius a.17 and Lucius Verus. Emperor Hadrian dies and is succeeded by Antoninus Pius.
x - Marcus Aurelius is betrothed to Emperor Antoninus' daughter Annia Galeria Faustina.
x - Emperor Antoninus Pius has a wall built between Forth and Clyde rivers in Britain as a defense against invasion from Scotland. u.142
mar 20 - 6th recorded perihelion passage of Halley's Comet.
may 21 - Earliest known date in Amer-pre Mayan king Harvest-Bergvorst installed.
x - Marcus Aurelius is marries Emperor Antoninus' daughter Annia Galeria Faustina.
x - Marcus Aurelius is given the powers indicating his position as heir to the throne. About this time he abandons rhetoric philosophy for Stoic philosophy.
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