Timeline of Roman Empire  

The Roman Empire had a government headed by emperors and large territorial holdings around the Mediterranean Sea in Europe, Africa and Asia.
The city of Rome served as its capital until the seat of the imperial government was shifted to Constantinople by Constantine the Great in the 4th century AD.

Due to the Roman Empire's vast extent and long endurance, the institutions and culture of Rome had a profound and lasting influence on the development of language, religion, architecture, philosophy, law, and forms of government across Europe.
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Tower of Babel   2174 BC

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The inhabitants of France and Britain learned to use bronze tools and weapons (rather than stone)   2000 BC

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The Minoan civilization arose on the island of Crete   2000 BC

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The Israelites were enslaved by the Egyptians   1600 BC

The Israelites were enslaved by the Egyptians
In time the Israelites grew in number and Egyptians were afraid of so many foreigners living among them. They felt that the Israelites were a threat to their internal security so they enslaved them. Pharaoh also ordered the midwives to kill all male children but they disobeyed.
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Civilization spread to mainland Greece   1600 BC

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The Chinese invented a form of writing using thousands of characters   1500 BC

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The Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt   1446 BC

The Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt
God appeared to Moses in a burning bush. He told Moses to lead the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt.
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Spies sent into Canaan   1444 BC

Spies sent into Canaan
God told Moses to send spies to explore Canaan. Two of them, Joshua and Caleb were convinced they could capture the land. However 10 spies reported that the Canaanites were much too strong to be conquered. The people did not believe that with God on their side they could do it. Instead they rebelled and refused to invade Canaan.
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In England Stonehenge was built in stages over a thousand years. It was completed at this time   1250 BC

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The Greeks fought the Trojans   1200 BC

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Saul (first king) begins reign   1100 BC

Acts 13:21
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Saul became king   1050 BC

Saul became king
Until then the Israelites were divided into twelve tribes. However the people demanded a king to rule over them. So Samuel anointed Saul as the first king of Israel. Saul first defeated the Ammonites (a people who lived Northeast of the Dead Sea). He also fought a series of wars against the Philistines.
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Saul and his son Jonathan were killed in a battle with the Philistines   1010 BC

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Rehoboam begins reign   980 BC

1 Kings 14:21
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Abijah begins reign   963 BC

1 Kings 15:2
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Asa begins reign   960 BC

1 Kings 15:9-10
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Jehoshaphat begins reign   919 BC

1 Kings 22:42
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The first civilization in South America arose, in Peru   900 BC

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Jehoram beings reign   894 BC

2 Kings 8:17
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Ahaziah begins reign   886 BC

2 Kings 8:26
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Athaliah begins her reign   885 BC

2 Kings 11:3
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Joash begins reign   879 BC

2 Kings 12:1
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Ahab ruled the kingdom of Israel   874 BC

Ahab ruled the kingdom of Israel
Ahab was a wicked man. He married an evil woman from Sidon (in modern day Lebanon) called Jezebel. Ahab also worshiped Baal the weather god and built a temple for him. Furthermore Jezebel killed many of God's prophets.
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Jehu ruled Israel   841 BC

Jehu ruled Israel
He killed all of Ahab's family. He also killed the priests of Baal and the destroyed the priests of Baal. However Jehu was not a truly good man and he served God half-heartedly.
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Amaziah begins reign   839 BC

2 Kings 14:2
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Azariah begins reign   810 BC

2 Kings 15:2
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The Assyrians became a threat to Israel   800 BC

The Assyrians became a threat to Israel
The Assyrians came from northern Iraq. After 900 BC they began building a great empire. The Assyrians were formidable soldiers but they were also infamous for their cruelty.
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Jotham begins reign   758 BC

2 Kings 15:33
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Rome was founded   750 BC

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Ahaz begins reign   742 BC

2 Kings 16:2
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The Assyrians captured Galilee (the northern part of Israel) and deported many of the inhabitants to other parts of their empire   738 BC

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Hezekiah begins reign   726 BC

2 Kings 18:2
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Shalmaneser, ruler of the Assyrians captured Hoshea the last king of Israel   725 BC

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After a 3 year siege the Assyrians captured Samaria, the capital of Israel   722 BC

After a 3 year siege the Assyrians captured Samaria, the capital of Israel
The Assyrians deported many of the Israelites from Samaria to other parts of their empire. Only the poorest Israelites were left behind.
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Hezekiah was king of Judah Hezekiah was a good man who trusted God and removed idols   715 BC

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Sennacherib the ruler of the Assyrians besieged Jerusalem   701 BC

Sennacherib the ruler of the Assyrians besieged Jerusalem
The Assyrians boasted that no god had ever been able to save his people from their army. However during the night God killed many thousands of the Assyrian soldiers camped outside Jerusalem, saving the city.
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Manasseh begins reign   697 BC

2 Kings 21:1
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Manasseh was king of Judah. Manasseh was an evil king who worshiped idols   686 BC

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A people called the Celts arrived in Britain. They introduced iron tools and weapons   650 BC

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Amon begins reign   642 BC

2 Kings 21:19
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Josiah begins reign   640 BC

2 Kings 22:1
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At this time Zephaniah prophesied that God would judge the surrounding nations   640 BC

At this time Zephaniah prophesied that God would judge the surrounding nations
The prophet Zephaniah prophesied that the Assyrians, the Philistines, Moabites and Ammonites would all be judged. (Later they were destroyed by the Babylonians)
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Josiah was king of Israel   640 BC

Josiah was king of Israel
Josiah was a good man who ordered men to repair God's temple in Jerusalem. By accident they found part of the Old Testament there and Josiah tried to enforce all of its requirements. Josiah tried to rid his kingdom of idols. Unfortunately after his death the people went back to worshiping idols.
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Babylon, one of the cities ruled by the Assyrians rebelled   625 BC

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The Assyrians were destroyed   612 BC

The Assyrians were destroyed
The Babylonians and a people called the Medes from what is now Iran destroyed Nineveh the capital of the Assyrian Empire. So the Assyrian Empire came to an end.
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Jehoahaz begins reign   609 BC

2 Kings 21:31
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Jehoakim begins reign   609 BC

2 Kings 23:36
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The Babylonians conquered Jerusalem   597 BC

The Babylonians conquered Jerusalem
This time they took the king of Judah, Jehoiachin, prisoner and they placed Zedekiah on the throne as a puppet king. However Zedekiah rebelled and appealed to the Egyptians for help.
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Destruction of the first Temple   588 BC

Jeremiah 52:12; 25:1
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The Babylonians captured Jerusalem again   587 BC

The Babylonians captured Jerusalem again
Zedekiah was blinded and led away in chains. However this time the Babylonians deported all but the poorest people in Judah to other parts of the Babylonian Empire. They also plundered the temple in Jerusalem.
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Confucius lived in China   551 BC

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The Persians captured Babylon bringing the Babylonian Empire to an end   539 BC

The Persians captured Babylon bringing the Babylonian Empire to an end
However the Persians conquered the people previously ruled by the Babylonians and they created their own empire to replace the Babylonian Empire. The Persians were a tolerant people and they allowed each part of their empire a certain amount of independence.
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Cyrus, king of Persia allowed the Jews to return to their homeland and rebuild the temple in Jerusalem   538 BC

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Cyrus decrees rebuilding Temple   536 BC

2 Chronicles 36:21-23
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Rebuilding the temple began   536 BC

Rebuilding the temple began
However the Samaritans offered to help. Zerubbabel the leader of the Israelites refused. However work soon stopped because of opposition from the Samaritans who were angry at being excluded from the work.
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The prophets Zechariah and Haggai encouraged people to rebuild the temple   520 BC

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The Temple was completed   516 BC

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Persian invasion of Greece   498 BC

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A woman named Esther bravely risked her life to save her people. Esther means star   475 BC

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Greco-Persian Wars   473 BC

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Artaxerxes decrees rebuilding Jerusalem   445 BC

Nehemiah 2:1
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The Greek philosopher Aristotle lived   384 BC

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Death of Philip of Macedon   336 BC

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Alexander the Great begins his conquests   334 BC

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Battle of the Granicus   334 BC

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Alexander the Great invaded the Persian Empire   334 BC

Alexander the Great invaded the Persian Empire
Alexander quickly conquered what is now Israel. Later he completely destroyed the Persian Empire. However Alexander died in 323 without an heir. His empire was then divided among his generals. A Greek general called Ptolemy took Egypt and Israel.
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Battle of Issus   333 BC

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Battle of Arbela   331 BC

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Death of Alexander   323 BC

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Work began on the Great Wall of China   221 BC

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Romans defeated Carthaginians from North Africa   202 BC

Romans defeated Carthaginians from North Africa
The Romans defeated the Carthaginians (from North Africa) at the battle of Zama. Hannibal, the Carthaginian general later committed suicide. The Romans became the dominant power in the Mediterranean.
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The Seleucids captured Israel   198 BC

The Seleucids captured Israel
After Alexander's death a general called Seleucus took Syria and Iraq. His descendants, the Seleucids later took Israel.
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A Seleucid named Antiochus Epiphanes (175-163) defiled the temple   168 BC

A Seleucid named Antiochus Epiphanes (175-163) defiled the temple
He sacrificed to Zeus in the temple and tried to ban the Jewish religion. As a result the Jews rose in rebellion.
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After Antiochus the next Seleucid ruler granted the Jews religious freedom. However some Jews continued to fight for independence   162 BC

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Greece is made a Roman Province   146 BC

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The Jews won their independence. However it did not last long as Rome was growing increasingly powerful   142 BC

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Ptolemy, a Roman general captured Jerusalem   63 BC

Ptolemy, a Roman general captured Jerusalem
From this time Israel was ruled by the Romans. It was divided into three parts, Galilee in the north, Samaria in the middle and Judea in the south
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Julius Caesar was assassinated   44 BC

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Romans allowed Herod the Great to reign as a puppet king in Judea   37 BC

Romans allowed Herod the Great to reign as a puppet king in Judea
Herod was a cruel man but he tried to please the Jews by beginning to rebuild the temple in Jerusalem. After his death one of Herod's sons, called Herod Archelaus ruled Judea. However he was so bad that in 6 AD the Romans removed him and replaced him with a Roman governor or procurator.
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Octavian is Roman Emperor   31 BC

Octavian is Roman Emperor
From 27 BC onwards he called himself Augustus Caesar.
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Egypt became a province of the Roman Empire   30 BC

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Herod Antipas, son of Herod the Great ruled Galilee (the northern part of what is now Israel). Jesus called him 'that fox'. Herod Antipas had John the Baptist beheaded   4 BC

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Tiberius is Roman Emperor   14 AD

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Pontius Pilate was governor or procurator of Judea   26 AD

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Saul was converted and changed his name to Paul   35 AD

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Pauls ministry begins   36 AD

Acts 9:1-16
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Gaius (Caligula) is Roman Emperor   37 AD

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Claudius is Roman Emperor   41 AD

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Romans invaded Britain   43 AD

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Paul and Barnabas sailed to Cyprus and what is now Turkey   46 AD

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Paul and Silas traveled to Turkey and Greece   48 AD

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Romans founded London   50 AD

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Paul made a third journey to Turkey and Greece   53 AD

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Nero is Roman Emperor. Nero is ruthless when persecuting Christians   54 AD

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Paul was arrested and spent two years in prison   58 AD

Paul was arrested and spent two years in prison
Paul appealed to Caesar and was sent to Rome by ship (on the way he was shipwrecked at Malta)
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The Jews rebelled against the Romans   66 AD

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Paul was martyred   67 AD

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Julius Vindex is Roman Emperor   68 AD

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Lucius Clodius Macer is Roman Emperor   68 AD

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Galba is Roman Emperor   68 AD

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Nymphidius Sabinus is Roman Emperor   69 AD

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Otho is Roman Emperor   69 AD

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Vitellius is Roman Emperor   69 AD

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Destruction of second Temple and Jerusalem   69 AD

Luke 21:5-6
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Jerusalem was destroyed   70 AD

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Vespasian is Roman Emperor   70 AD

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Titus is Roman Emperor   79 AD

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Domitian is Roman Emperor   81 AD

Domitian is Roman Emperor
He unleashed a wave of persecution against Christians
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Antonius Saturninus is Roman Emperor   89 AD

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John was exiled on the island of Patmos   90 AD

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Nerva is Roman Emperor   96 AD

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Trajan is Roman Emperor   98 AD

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Decius is Roman Emperor   249 AD

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Persecution of the Christians   312 AD

Persecution of the Christians
Persecution of the Christians and the suppression of the early Church under the Roman emperors which began in the first century, ended with the coming into power of Constantine the Great at the Milvian Bridge with the very famous 'Edict of Milan' decree, 313 CE
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Jesus Christ co-equal to Father   313 AD

Jesus Christ co-equal to Father
It was during the reign of Constantine that the idea of Jesus Christ as co-equal to God, the Father began to gain momentum. Yet, Trinity was not an established doctrine at the time.
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Triune god stirs controversy   321 AD

Triune god stirs controversy
The idea of a triune god stirred great controversy within the Church as still many clergy and laymen did not accept the position of Christ as God. This disagreement reached the level of confrontation between Bishop Alexander of Alexandria, Egypt and his presbyter Arius. Bishop Alexander taught that Jesus was equal to God but not Arius. A synod held at Alexandria in 321 CE, Arius was deposed and excommunicated.
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Arius: Jesus Christ is not God   322 AD

Arius: Jesus Christ is not God
Arius, thought in institutional disfavor, still had much support outside Egypt. Many of the important bishops, such as the learned historian Eusebius of Palestinian Caesarea and his powerful namesake, Eusebius, Bishop of Nicomedia, theologically agree with Arius: Jesus Christ is not God.
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Nicene Creed   325 AD

Nicene Creed
The sustained controversy disturbed Constantine and in order to legitimatize his position, he invited all bishops of the Christian Church to Nicaea (which is now in Asia Minor) in May 20th, 325 C.E. Thus, the Council of Nicaea began to settle the dispute concerning the relationship between God and His son. Constantine, who was in charge of the proceedings, exercised his political power to bring to bear the bishops to accept his theological position. The creed signed by 218 bishops was clearly anti-Arian. In other words, the Creed of Nicaea endorsed the Son as co-equal to God. Two hundred eighteen of the bishops signed this creed, although it was actually the work of a minority.
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Constantine recalls Arius from Illyria   328 AD

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Constantine sides with Arius   335 AD

Constantine sides with Arius
Constantine sides with Arius and exiles Athanasius to Trier.
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Eastern bishops meet at Constantinople   336 AD

Eastern bishops meet at Constantinople
Eastern bishops meet at Constantinople with the emperor in attendance. This was the fourth council since Arius' return from exile to pronounce his theology orthodox.
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Emperor Constantius orders the return of Athanasius   337 AD

Emperor Constantius orders the return of Athanasius
The new Emperor Constantius orders the return of Athanasius to Alexandria.
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Athanasius flees Alexandria   339 AD

Athanasius flees Alexandria
Athanasius flees Alexandria having learned he is about to be expelled as a heretic.
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Two councils held in Antioch   341 AD

Two councils held in Antioch
Two councils are held in Antioch this year. During the First, Second and Third Arian Confessions are written in an attempt to produce a formal doctrine of faith to oppose the Nicene Creed.
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Council of Sardica   343 AD

Council of Sardica
At the Council of Sardica, eastern bishops demand the removal of Athanasius.
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Athanasius returns   346 AD

Athanasius returns
Athanasius is restored to Alexandria.
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Anti-Nicene council   351 AD

Anti-Nicene council
A second anti-Nicene council is held in Sirmium.
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Anti-Athanasius council   353 AD

Anti-Athanasius council
A council is held at Aries during autumn that is directed against Athanasius.
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Council condemns Athanasius   355 AD

Council condemns Athanasius
A council is held in Milan which again condemns Athanasius.
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Athanasius is deposed   356 AD

Athanasius is deposed
Athanasius is deposed on February 8th and begins his third exile.
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Third Council of Sirmium   357 AD

Third Council of Sirmium
The Third Council of Sirmium is convened where it is agreed that the Father is greater than His Subordinate Son. (For those interested, the technical terms expressing these ideas, homo-ousios and homoi-ousios, which denote 'made of the same stuff' and 'made of like stuff', were avoided as being unbiblical terms).
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Christ is 'like the Father'   359 AD

Christ is 'like the Father'
The council of Seleucia affirms that Christ is 'like the Father', but does not specify how the Son is like the Father.
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Council on Arius   361 AD

Council on Arius
A council is held in Antioch to affirm Arius' position.
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Christianity, official state religion   380 AD

Christianity, official state religion
Emperor Theodosius the Great declares Christianity the official state religion of the Empire.
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First Council of Constantinople reviews controversy   381 AD

First Council of Constantinople reviews controversy
The First Council of Constantinople reviews the controversy since Nicea. Emperor Theodosius the Great establishes the creed of Nicea as the standard for his realm. The Nicene Creed is re-evaluated against Apollinarius (Christ is divine Logos but not human spirit). Holy Spirit officially become 3rd in Godhead member of Trinity. Nicene Creed reaffirmed.
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