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106BC
Cicero born ­ January 3rd


91BC
Social war begins


90BC
Cicero served in the social war

Cicero probably met Pompey


89BC
Cicero served in the social war


88BC
Cicero served in the social war

Social war ends


82BC
Sulla introduced proscriptions

Sulla appointed as dictator


80BC
Cicero defended Sextus…

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Sulla renounces dictatorship

Cicero marries Terentia




78BC
Cicero's daughter Tullia Ciceronis born ­ August

Sulla dies


75BC
Cicero's quaestorship in Western Sicily


74BC
Verres praetor


73BC
Verres governor of Sicily


72BC
Verres governor of Sicily


71BC
Verres governor of Sicily


70BC
Trial of Verres

Pompey became consul 7 years early

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69BC
Cicero becomes aedile


68BC
Catiline is praetor

Catiline is pro-praetor in Africa


67BC
Lege Gabinia introduced

Catiline is pro-praetor in Africa


66BC
Cicero becomes praetor

Lex Manila passed

Catiline is pro-praetor in Africa


65BC
Catiline tried and acquitted for behaviour in Africa

Cicero's son Marcus Tulius Cicero minor born…

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Caesar becomes Pontifex Maximus


62BC
Bona Dea Scandal

Pompey returned to Rome


60BC
The first triumvirate is formed

Pompey married Julia


59BC
Clodius renounces patrician status and is adopted as a plebeian

Caesar and Biblius were consuls


58BC
Clodius became tribune
Caesar becomes pro-consul in Gaul
Cicero exiled

57BC
Cicero…

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Caesars pro-consulship extended ­ Lex Trebonia


54BC
Julia dies

Milo is Praetor


53BC
Crassus dies in the battle of Carrhae


52BC
Clodius dies

Pompey sole consul

Cicero defended Milo and lost the case

Pompey introduces the 5 year laws


51BC
Cicero provincial governor in Cilicia
Cilicia under threat from Parthians…

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48BC
Cicero joins Pompey in Greece
Civil war
Caesar made dictator for one year
Pompey defeated at battle of Pharsalus ­ August
Pompey flees to Egypt and is killed on Ptolemy XIII's orders

47BC
Caesar returns to Italy ­ September
Civil war
Caesar pardons Cicero
Cicero divorces Terentia

46BC
Cicero…

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Octavian becomes consul ­ August 19th
Mark Anthony, Octavian and Lepidus form the second triumvirate and introduce
proscriptions ­ November
Cicero is assassinated ­ December 7th

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