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Seller: zephyrenterprises2011 (1,627) 100% Top-Rated Plus, Location: San Diego, California, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 122248123906 Check out my other items! ANTIQUE ROMAN POTTERY 1,700 YEARS OLD 1st - 3rd CENTURY AUTHENTICATED 2 - PIECE COLLECTION Compiled, Edited & Revised Internet Resources Time Line of Rome 800 B.C. Legendary founding of Rome by Romulus and Remus ( 753 B.C. ) 700 B.C. Etruscan influence reaches Rome (c. 625 B.C.) 600 B.C. Etruscan kings rule over Rome (c. 600 B.C.) Republic established at Rome as Etruscan rule ends (509 B.C.) 500 B.C. Laws of the Twelve Tables codified in Rome (451 B.C.) 400 B.C. City of Veii falls to Rome; Civilization in decline (396 B.C.) Rome begins conquest of Italy (396 B.C.) Gauls sack Rome (390 B.C.) Rome signs treaty with Carthage (348 B.C.) First Samnite War between Rome and the Samnites (343 B.C.-341 B.C.) First Roman coins (338 B.C.) Second Samnite War between Rome and the Samnites (327 B.C.-304 B.C.) 300 B.C. Third Samnite War between Rome and the Samnites (298 B.C.-290 B.C.) Pyrrhus of Epirus invades Italy, but is forced to withdrawal (275 B.C.) First Punic War between Rome and Carthage(264 B.C.-241 B.C.) First Punic War between Rome and Carthage(264 B.C.-241 B.C.) First public gladiator combat in Rome (264 B.C.) Second Punic War between Rome and Carthage (218 B.C.-202 B.C.) Rome and Macedonia sign a non-aggression pact (205 B.C.) 200 B.C. Rome attacks Macedonia (200 B.C.) last Etruscan cities fall to Roman expansion (c. 200 B.C.) Rome defeats Macedonian army under Philip V at Cynoscephalae (197 B.C.) First known paved streets appear in Rome (170 B.C.) Rome defeats Macedonia at Pydna (168 B.C.) Macedonia forced to pay tribute to Rome (168 B.C.) first water clock in Rome (c. 159 B.C.) Macedonian revolt led by Andriscus defeats a Roman legion (150 B.C.) Third Punic War between Rome and Carthage (149 B.C.-146 B.C.) Rome puts down a Macedonian revolt (148 B.C.) Macedonia annexed by Rome (148 B.C.) Greece falls under Roman control (147 B.C.) Phrygia becomes a Roman province (133 B.C.) Lydia absorbed into the Roman Empire (133 B.C.) 1 A.D. Rome invades the British Isles (30 A.D.) Titus suppresses a revolt in Jerusalem (70 A.D.) Silk Road from China to Rome opened (74 A.D.) 100 A.D. Marcus Aurelius becomes emperor of Rome (161 A.D.) Great plague in the Roman Empire (164 A.D.) 400 A.D. Visigoths sack Rome (410 A.D.) Vandals sack Rome (455 A.D.) Odoacer conquers Italy effectively bringing the Roman Empire to an end (476 A.D.)

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