ROMAN PERION IN SICILY AND SPAIN

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ROMAN PERION IN SICILY AND SPAIN

First Punic War (Romans against Carthaginians), ending in 241. Second Punic War in 218, ending in 201.

Romans defeat Carthaginians in Third Punic War. Romans call Palermo Panormus. Earliest Jewish communities in eastern Sicily.

ROMAN ERA IN SICILY AND SPAIN

Capital of Roman Empire transferred to Byzantium (Constantinople).

Roman army defeated at Battle of Adrianople during Gothic War

Christianity official religion of Roman Empire

Hieron II king of Syracuse. After His deathRoman control start in Sicily.

BC 212

AD 380

BC 227

Sicily becomes first Roman province but Syracuse resists

Syracuse finally falls to Romans. Archimedes killed.

BC 264

BC 136-132

Slave revolt led by Eunus with base at Enna. Slaves conquer large area before defeat by Roman army.

Slave revolt led by Salvius

BC 104-100

BC 146

BC 265-215

Cicero prosecutes Verres, corrupt governor of Sicily

BC 70

Virgil begins writing Aeneid.

BC29

Diodorus Siculus, historian, dies

BC23

Birth of Jesus.

Saint Paul preaches in Syracuse en route to Rome.

AD 59

BC6

Under Trajan, the Roman Empire reaches its greatest geographic extent around this time.

AD 117

Saint Agatha martyred; later venerated as patron of Catania.

AD 251

AD 330

Diocletian's persecution of Christians. Saint Lucy (Syracuse) and Saint Vito (Mazara) martyred.

AD 303-306

AD 306

Constantine the Great rules until 337. Permits open practice of Christian religion.

Constantinople (Byzantium) founded.

AD 324

Council of Nicea defines Christian doctrine and determines accepted New Testament scripture. By now, Syracuse is Christianized.

AD325

AD 395

AD 378

Roman Empire splits into Western and Eastern (or "Byzantine").).

The first important conflict between the Carthaginians and the Romans took place in Cissa in 218 BC, probably near Tarraco, in the present-day province of Lleida. The Carthaginians, commanded by Hanno the Elder, were defeated by Roman forces commanded by Gnaeus Cornelius Scipio Calvus.

BC 218


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