Kayla Williams

Timeline created by mrmoldenhauer
  • -800 BCE

    The migration

    The migration
    The Latins migrated to the Tiber River and settled there. For many years until...
  • -753 BCE

    Rome was founded

    Rome was founded
    According to the legend, Rome was founded by two twin brother names Romulus and Remus. The two boys were rescued and raised by a female she-wolf. Not too long after that, they were found by a shepherd and his wife and raised. Between the two boys, there was a fight and Romulus killed Remus and founded a city he called Rome.
  • -509 BCE

    Start of the Roman Republic

    Start of the Roman Republic
    The Romans drove out Estruscans leaders a republic that was based on the idea that government is run by the people.
  • -270 BCE

    Conquering the Peninsula

    Conquering the Peninsula
    The Roman army was gaining a lot of people and with those people joining, the army was gaining momentum, therefore, they conquered the Peninsula.
  • -264 BCE

    The First Punic War

    The First Punic War
    Once the peninsula was overthrown other empire noticed how powerful Rome was becoming. Carthage, in particular, couldn't allow that because they knew it was only a matter of time before Rome got the idea to conquer them next. The war was evolved around two islands but in the end, Rome was victorious. The war ended in 241BCE.
  • -218 BCE

    The Second Punic War

    The Second Punic War
    Rome and Carthage were at it again, but this time they were fighting over Spain, Italy, Sicily, Sardina, and North Africa. Both sides were led by great commanders but Rome was led by Scipio Africanus led them to victory in 201 BCE
  • -149 BCE

    The Third Punic War

    The Third Punic War
    Carthage and Rome are at each other throats again with the third Punic war. Carthage was in violation of their territory treaty with Rome. With Scipio as the commander, he led the army into Carthage and finished the war once and for all. Carthage was no longer.
  • -133 BCE

    World Domination

    World Domination
    At this point, Rome pretty much had control of all the land touching the Mediterranean sea and they had many allies that respected them.
  • -46 BCE

    Reformation of Rome

    Reformation of Rome
    A strong leader named Julius Ceaser rose to power and defeated Gual. He balanced the social classes by granting citizenship, giving jobs, creating a calendar and expanding boundaries.
  • -44 BCE

    Caesar is dead

    Caesar is dead
    His death was tragic, he was stabbed many times in public, but in all that pain, what hurt him the most was that his closest friend Brutus was in on it. In english, he said, "you too, Brutus." His death was the trigger event for the civil war.
  • -27 BCE

    The Golden age of Rome

    The Golden age of Rome
    The Pax Romana, otherwise known as the golden age of Rome lasted about 200 years. After all the setbacks Rime had, they are finally starting to get back to the old Roem the everybody loved.
  • -4 BCE

    Jesus is here

    Jesus is here
    Jesus is born in Bethlehem near Jerusalem. He is around 30 years old when his ministry begins, He performs many miracles and people don't understand. Many loved Him but some hated Him and in the end, the hate won because He was crucified, but those who loved him spread His message. Lucky for us He rose from the dead so and many follow Him now.
  • 64

    Why Nero?

    Why Nero?
    Nero was a crazy ruler who despised the Christian faith so he pretty much destroyed Rome and blamed it on Christians
  • 312

    Constantine is in

    Constantine is in
    Constantine is a man that improved Rome by becoming a Christian. when he did that, the people now knew that it was ok for them to worship openly.
  • 370

    The huns

    The huns
    Huns moved into central Europe pushing Visigoths, Ostrogoths, and others out before them. Which is one of the reasons why Rome started to decline.
  • 476

    The Fall of Rome

    The Fall of Rome
    Rome falls because of mercenaries, the population decline, corrupt officials and too many free hands outs given to people. Although many citizens continued to live there, under new rulers.