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History of Byzantine Empire: 322 B.C. - 324 A.D.
Transcript of History of Byzantine Empire: 322 B.C. - 324 A.D.
The History of Byzantine Empire:
322 B.C. – 324 A.D. Important Leaders:
218-201 B.C. - General Hannibal leads expedition through Spain
58-51 B.C. - Julius Caesar conquers Gaul
31 B.C. - Octavian leads fleet against fleet of Mark Anthony and Cleopatra
98-117 A.D. - Trajan becomes ruler of Rome, Rome reaches peak
284-305 A.D. - Diocletian becomes emperor of Roman Empire By: Carlos Castro, Nathan Gomez, and Brenden Shields Julius Caesar Military Achievements
264-241 B.C. - First Punic War: Romans win and gain Sicily
206 B.C. - Romans defeat Carthaginians in Spain in Second Punic War, Control of southern Spain.
149-146 BC - Third Punic War: Rome destroys Carthage.
58-51 BC Julius Caesar conquers Gaul
31 BC Octavian’s fleet defeats the fleet of his rivals Mark Anthony and Cleopatra General Hannibal Expansions to the Empire
264-241 B.C. - First Punic War: Sicily
206 B.C. - Second Punic War: Defeat of Hannibal and Control of Southern Spain
58-51 B.C. - Julius Caesar: Gaul
30 B.C. - Egypt becomes Roman Province Major Social Changes
89 B.C. - All Italians given Roman Citizenship
286 A.D. - Diocletian divides Roman Empire into East and West
313 A.D. - Emperor Constantine tolerates Christianity Architectural Achievements
80 A.D. - Coliseum built in Rome
315 A.D. - Arch of Constantine made Emperor Constantine Arch of Constantine