Crisis In the Roman Empire #2

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Crisis In the Roman Empire #2

Postby Marcus Minucius Audens » Tue Jan 24, 2017 1:07 am

>>>> Crisis In the Roman Empire #2 <<<<

>>>Significant Political & Military Events, AD 235-285, #2 (continued)

>> 261-273 - Much of the western portion of the empire, including Britain, Gaul, and Raetia and all of the Iberian peninsula, breaks away to form the Gallic Empire;
>> 262 - Roman-allied Palmyra defeats the Persians;
>> 263 - Evacuation of Roman settlers from Germania Decumates to areas west and south of the Rhine/Danube River line;
>> 268 - Large Goth forces active by sea and on land across Greece, Thrace, and the Aegean. Milan revolts. Athens sacked by seaborne Goths;
>> 269-270 - Campaigns against the Juthungi. Palmyra forces, no longer Roman-allied, overrun much of the Roman east, including Egypt and most of Asia Minor. Loyal Roman forces retake the Gallic Empire areas in Iberia and east of the Rhine River, including Raetia:
>> 271-272 - Evacuation of Roman settlers from Dacia to areas south of the Danube. Germanic invaders push into central Italy, nearly reaching Rome. New walls are built around Rome by the decree of Emperor Aurelian;
>> 273-274 - Romans defeat Palmyra and reintegrate the remainder of the Gallic Empire;
>> 276-277 - Germanic incursions into Gaul defeated;
>> 283-285 - Persian/Roman peace treaty signed. Revolt in Egypt supressed. Roman-client state of Armenia reestablished.

>>> References:[ As in Document #1]

Respectfully Submitted;
Marcus Audens
Marcus Minucius Audens

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