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- Lucius Pomponius Flaccus and Gaius Caelius Rufus are consuls of the Roman Empire. Suffektkonsuln be Gaius and Lucius Vibius Marsus Voluseius Proculus.
- The Gaul Gallia Belgica province is in ( capital: Durocortorum ), Gallia Lugdunensis ( capital: Lugdunum ) and Gallia Aquitania ( capital: Mediolanum Santonum ) divided. Gallia Belgica to also include the Army District, are formed which later became the provinces of Germania inferior and Germania superior.
- MAY 26: C. Iulius Caesar Germanicus moves to his campaign against the Germans in triumph to Rome. The former Cheruscian Segestes, his daughter Thusnelda and her son, who only a few months old Thumelicus are presented as prisoners. All three are sent into exile in the port.
- Several cities in the province of Asia, including Magnesia on the Meander, are destroyed by an earthquake. Emperor Tiberius can they build in the next twelve years with their own funds again.
- In the African provinces of Rome there are riots of the Numidians and Mauritanians.
- Start of construction of the city of Tiberias in Judea.
- Tiberius is Antiochus III. , King of Commagene State clientele, from. The land is managed from now on directly from Rome.
- Spring: The pro- Roman king Marcomannic Maroboduus draws with his warriors against the Cherusker under Arminius. According to legend, he crosses it first with his army the Ore Mountains. The armed forces are around 50,000 each approximately balanced. Arminius it to push back his rival in his tribal area in Bohemia succeed.
- In India, the Ratiramana written by Siddha Nagarjuna. The work deals with those aspects of conjugal love in 11 chapters.
- Archelaus, King of Cappadocia (c. 63 BC)
- Antiochus, king of Commagene
- Gaius Julius Hyginus, a Latin scholar and author ( * 64 BC)
- 17: Livy, Roman historian (c. 59 BC )
- 17: Ovid, Roman poet ( 43 BC * )