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Birth of Julius Caesar 
Birth of Mark Anthony
Birth of King Herod the Great
Spartacus revolts with slaves
Birth of Cleopatra
General Pompey captures Jerusalem
Julius Caesar invades Germania
Julius Caesar invades Brittania
Parthians invade Syria
Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon
Cleopatra gives birth to Julius Caesar's son
Julian calendar adopted across Empire
Julius Caesar Assassinated
Murder of Cicero the Roman Orator
Cleopatra gives birth to Antony's twins
Cleopatra gives birth to second son
Antony loses the naval Battle of Actium
Mark Antony and Cleopatra commit suicide
Pax Romana--Romanization--ushered in
Praetorian Guard established
Asia Minor is annexed to the Roman Empire
Birth of Jesus of Nazareth
Birth of Vespasian
Ministry of Jesus of Nazareth ending in his crucifixion and report of resurrection by his followers
Birth of Josephus, Nero, and King Agrippa II
Birth of Titus  
Caligula attempts to put his statue in Temple
King Agrippa dies of infected bowels
Judea is annexed to the Roman Empire
Birth of Domitian
Birth of Roman historian Tacitus
Apostle Paul Imprisoned in Caeasarea after appealing to Felix and King Agrippa II
Apostle Paul sent to Rome
Great fire in Rome
Apostle Peter executed by Nero
First Jewish Revolt begins, Roman defeat
Apostle Paul executed by Nero
Year of the Four Emperors
Siege and destruction of Jerusalem
Josephus marries third wife
Titus Flavius Hyrcanus born to Josephus
Romans capture Masada in Judea
Construction of Colosseum begins
Josephus marries fourth wife from Crete
Eruption of Mt Vesuvius, burying Pompeii
Colosseum and Arch of Titus are finished
Josephus writes "The Jewish Wars"
Death of King Agrippa II
Josephus finishes writing "Antiquities"
Domitian's Reign of Terror
Josephus writes "Against Apaion"
Death of Josephus
Sovereign of
Roman Empire
Kings of Judea
Roman Governors of Judea

Republic

First Triumvirate:  Julius Caesar, Marcus Crassus, Gnaius Pompeius

Republic

Second Tirumvirate: Mark Antony, Octavian Augustus, and Lepidus

Emperor Augustus Caesar

Emperor Tiberius Caesar

Emperor Caligula (Gauis) Caesar

Emperor Claudius Caesar

Emperor Nero Caesar

Galba, Otho

Vitellius

Emperor Vespasian Caesar

Emperor Titus Caesar

Emperor Domitian Caesar

Nerva

Emperor Trajan Caesar

Alexander Janneus

Queen Alexandra Salome

Hyrcanus II

Aristobulus II

Antipater I the Idumean

Antigonus client king under the Parthians

Herod the Great

Herod Archaleius

Herod Antipas over Galilee, Herod Philip II over Syria

Coponius

Marcus Ambivulus

Annius Rufus

Valerius Gratus

Pontius Pilate

Marcellus

Marullus

Agrippa

Herod Antipas over Galilee, Herod Philip II over Syria

Cuspius Fadus

Tiberius Julius Alexander

Ventidius Cumanus

Marcus Antonius Felix

Porcius Festus

Lecceius Albinus

Gessius Florus

Marcus Antoinus Julianas

Sextus Cerialis

Sectus Bassus

Lucius Flavius Silva

Marcus Salvedinus

Gnaius Longinus

Sextus Campanus

Tiberius Herodes

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