Third consulship of Octavian.
Battle of Actium (September 2).
Fourth consulship of Octavian.
Octavian invades Egypt.
Death of Antony (August 1).
Death of Cleopatra (August 12).
Conspiracy of Marcus Lepidus.
Fifth consulship of Octavian.
Octavian returns to Rome (summer).
Octavian consul (sixth time) with Agrippa (second
Octavian celebrates three triumphs (August 13–15).
Octavian and Agrippa begin the process of regularizing
the political order.
Laws and rights of the Roman people restored.
Octavian consul (seventh time) with Agrippa (third time).
Octavian lays down control over the provinces (January 13).
Octavian given the name Augustus (January 16).
Augustus leaves Rome for Gaul.
Eighth consulship of Augustus.
Augustus in Gaul and later in Spain.
Roman campaigns in the Alpine region begin.
Ninth consulship of Augustus.
Augustus campaigning in Spain.
Death of Cornelius Gallus.
Tenth consulship of Augustus.
Augustus returns to Rome.
Eleventh consulship of Augustus.
Illness of Augustus.
Agrippa sent to the East.
Death of Marcellus.
Trial of Primus.
Augustus lays down the consulship (July 1).
Augustus awarded tribunician power.
Conspiracy of Caepio and Murena.
Augustus offered the dictatorship after a riot.
Augustus in Sicily where he is once more offered the dictatorship.
Augustus appoints a consul.
Agrippa returns to Rome. Augustus heads East.
Agrippa marries Julia.
Augustus makes peace with the Parthians. Return of the standards.
Birth of Gaius.
Consulship of Saturninus.
“Conspiracy” of Egnatius Rufus.
Augustus returns to Rome (October 12).
Birth of Julia the Younger.
Agrippa campaigns in Spain.
Agrippa awarded tribunician power.
Augustus and Agrippa launch a program of social reforms.
Birth of Lucius.
War in Pannonia begins.
Augustus campaigning in Gaul and Germany.
Tiberius and Drusus campaigning in Rhaetia (until 14).
Birth of Germanicus, son of Drusus.
Birth of Agrippina.
Agrippa campaigns in Pannonia.
First consulship of Tiberius.
Drusus takes over the war in Germany.
Death of Agrippa.
Birth of Drusus, son of Tiberius.
Birth of Agrippa Postumus.
Julia marries Tiberius.
Tiberius campaigns in Pannonia and Dalmatia.
Drusus joined by Tiberius and Augustus in Germany.
Death of Drusus.
Second consulship of Tiberius.
Tiberius granted tribunician power.
Tiberius retires to Rhodes.
Gaius ‘elected’ consul, but Augustus refuses to accept the election.
Twelfth consulship of Augustus.
Gaius and Lucius declared principes iuventutis (first among the young).
Thirteenth consulship of Augustus.
Games held for the opening of the Forum of Augustus.
Augustus acclaimed pater patriae (father of the nation).
Fall of Julia.
Gaius sent to the Danubian provinces.
Lucius in Gaul.
Gaius consul and sent to the East.
Tiberius allowed back to Rome.
Death of Lucius (August 20).
Demonstrations in Rome for the recall of Julia.
Conspiracy of Gnaeus Cornelius.
Death of Gaius (April 23).
Tiberius recalled to office.
Tiberius adopts Germanicus.
Tiberius campaigns in Germany.
Tiberius returns to Rome after asserting control in Pannonia and Dalmatia.
Exile of Julia the Younger.
Demonstrations in Rome against marriage legislation.
Germanicus announces the final victory in Pannonia.
Revolt in Germany and the defeat of Varus. Germanicus and Tiberius sent to the German frontier.
Exile of Agrippa Postumus.
Germanicus and Tiberius go on the offensive in Germany.
Consulship of Germanicus.
Death of Augustus (August 19).