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what is the correct chronological order of the following events in roman history -roman conquers Magna Graecia (281-265 bc) -Carthage is destroyed by Rome -Hannibal invades Italy -Rome acquires Sicily, Sardina, and Corsica
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have a look.... A Short Chronology of Roman History (753 B.C. - 476 A.D.) The Monarchy: c. 753 B.C. Founding of Rome (April 21, 753) The Republic: c. 509 B.C. Republic established (Res Publica) c. 509-350 B.C. Wars with surrounding tribes (Etruscans, Latins, Gauls, etc.) c. 490-281 B.C. The Struggle of the Orders (Patricians vs. Plebeians) c. 450 B.C. Law of the Twelve Tables c. 390 B.C. Rome captured by the Gauls c. 350-338 B.C. Rome subdues the Latin League 341-264 Rome's conquest of Italy 341-280 B.C. The Samnite Wars 264-146 B.C. Rome's conquest of the Mediterranean world 264-146 B.C. Wars with Carthage: 1st Punic War (Conquest of Sicily): 264-241 B.C. 2d Punic War (Hannabalic War): 218-202 B.C. 3rd Punic War (Carthage destroyed): 149-146 B.C. 200-146 B.C. Wars in the East: 1st Macedonian War: 215-206 B.C. 2d Macedonian War: 200-196 B.C. War with Antiochus the Great of Syria: 191-188 B.C. 3rd Macedonian War: 171-167 B.C. Achaean War (Corinth destroyed) 146 B.C. 133-31 B.C. The "Roman Revolution" (from Republic to Empire) 133-121 B.C. The Gracchi brothers attempt reforms - murdered 112-31 B.C. Foreign Wars of the Late Republic: Jugurthine War (112-105 B.C.) Cimbric Wars (113-101 B.C.) Wars against Mithridates of Pontus (89-63 B.C.) Caesar's Conquest of Gaul (58-50 B.C.) 88-82 B.C. First Period of Civil Wars (Marius and Sulla) 49-45 B.C. Second Period of Civil Wars (Caesar and Pompey) 44 B.C. Caesar assassinated (March 15, 44 B.C.) 43-31 B.C. Third Period of Civil Wars (Octavian, Brutus, Antony) 31 B.C. Battle of Actium (Octavian defeats Antony) - end of Civil Wars The Empire: 27 B.C.-A.D. 68 The Julio-Claudian Emperors (Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, Nero) 69 "Year of the Four Emperors" (Galba, Otho, Vitellius, Vespasian) 69-96 The Flavian Emperors (Vespasian, Titus, Domitian) 96-180 The "Five Good Emperors" (Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius) 180-193 Commodus, Pertinax, Didius Julianus (Empire auctioned off by Praetorian Guard) 193-235 The Severan Dynasty (Septimius Severus, Caracalla, Severus Alexander) 235- c. 270 The "Time of Troubles" Germanic tribes breach northern frontiers Persians seize East (Zenobia of Palmyra) Gaul breaks free into separate empire Economy collapses. 270-275 Aurelian - "Restitutor orbis" 284-305 Diocletian and the "Tetrarchy" - Four co-emperors rule Empire 312-337 Constantine the Great reunites the Empire 330 Constantinople founded 376 Visigoths cross the Danube. Battle of Adrianople - death of Emperor Valens (378) 378-395 Theodosius the Great - last ruler of united Empire 406 Germanic tribes invade the Western Empire 476 Last Roman emperor in the West deposed (Romulus Augustulus) 527-565 Justinian the Great * * * * * * * * 1453 The Ottoman Turks capture Constantinople May 29, 1453 - Death of Constantine XI

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