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Author Topic: Appendix 2 (Composite Kingly Careers)  (Read 1795 times)
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« on: January 10, 2016, 01:16:11 PM »

Segmented career of Alexander A/Hannibal/Onias III/Aemilius Paullus

Alexander A (Prince of Egypt): born 247/246 BC.

Hannibal (leader of Carthage):  221 BC - 199

218 Second Punic War begins
216 Battle of Cannae
203 Withdrawal of Hannibal from Italy
201 Defeat (but not capture) of Hannibal by Scipio Africanus
195 Exile of Hannibal from Carthage, becomes advisor to Antiochus III
183 “Death” of Hannibal in exile

High Priest Onias 200/199-191/185

199 High Priest Horan-Wennefer declares kingship in Upper Egypt
199 Horan-Wennefer changes name to Ankh-Wennefer
191 Ankh-Wennefer suppressed in Upper Egypt
185 Ankh-Wennefer returns but is suppressed again in Upper Egypt

Aemelius Paullus:

193 BC Curule Aedile
191 BC Praetor
191-189 Campaign against the Lusitanians
182 BC Consul
181 BC Proconsul (in Liguria)
169 BC Consul, Defeats King Perseus of Macedon
164 BC Censor
160 BC Died in Office

Career of Alexander A/Hannibal/Onias III/Aemilius Paullus (Interleaved)

247 Born Prince Alexander A of Egypt, Prince Antiochus of Seleucia
221 Hannibal becomes commander-in-chief of the army of Carthage
218 Second Punic War begins
216 Battle of Cannae
203 Withdrawal of Hannibal from Italy
201 Defeat (but not capture) of Hannibal by Scipio Africanus
200 Onias III appointed High Priest in Jerusalem (Thebes)
199 High Priest Horan-Wennefer declares kingship in Upper Egypt
199 Horan-Wennefer changes name to Ankh-Wennefer
195 Exile of Hannibal from Carthage, becomes advisor to Antiochus III
193 Curule Aedile (Rome)
191 Ankh-Wennefer suppressed in Upper Egypt
191 Praetor (Rome)
191-189 War in Spain (against the Lusitanians)
188-185 Renewed hostilities in Upper Egypt, capture of Ankh-Wennefer
183 “Death” of Hannibal in exile
182 Consul (Rome)
181 Proconsul (against the Inganni of Liguria)
171 Third Macedonian War, Battle and Treaty of Callinicus
168 Consul (Rome)
168 Defeat of Perseus at Battle of Pydna
168 “Popillius Laenus” sent to order Antiochus IV out of (Lower) Egypt.
167 Triumph in Rome, request by Perseus (to not be paraded) is denied
164 Censor (Rome)
160 Illness and death while still in office of Censor

Career of Ptolemy IV/Scipio Africanus/Hyrcanus/Seleucus IV/Gaozu

243 Born Ptolemy (IV) of Egypt
221-204 King of Egypt as Ptolemy IV
213 Quaestor (Rome)
211 Elected Proconsul (against Hispania) to avenge death of Publius Scipio
206 Capture of the city of Gades marks end to the conquest of Hispania
205 Consul (Rome)
202 Defeat of Xiang Yu, becomes Emperor Gaozu of China
201 Defeat of Hannibal, Triumph in Rome, Award of Cognomen (Africanus)
199 Censor (Rome)
190 Defeat of Antiochus III at Magnesia (Asia Minor)
187-180  King of Seleucia as Seleucus IV (7-year reign)
185 Accused of haven taken bribes from Antiochus III, leaves Rome
185 High Priest Onias IV/Menelaus (upon the “death” of Onias III)

Career of Titus Flamininius/Perseus/Porcius Cato/Antiochus IV/High Priest Jason/John Gades

214 Military Tribune of Rome (Cato)
206 Capture of the city of Gades (by Cato) marks end to the conquest of Hispania
205 Propraetor in Tarentum (Titus)
204 Quaestor of Rome (Catos)
203 Curule Aedile of Rome (Titus)
199 Quaestor of Rome (Titus)
199 Curule Aedile of Rome (Cato)
198 Consul of Rome (Titus)
198 Praetor of Rome (Cato)
197 Proconsul of Rome (to complete war against Philip V)
197 Defeated Philip V at the Battle of Cynoscephalae (“Head of Joseph”)
197 to 194 Governor of Greece (Titus)
196 Liberation of Greece (Titus)
195 Consul (Cato)
194 Triumph in Rome (Cato) for victories in Hispania
192 Titus negotiates with Antiochus III
191 Titus assists Scipio Africanus at the Battle of Thermopylae
191 Cato assists Scipio Africanus at the Battle of Thermopylae
189 Censor of Rome (Titus)
185 High Priest of Jerusalem (suppressed by Menelaus/Seleucus IV)
184 Censor of Rome (Cato)
183-149 Senator of Rome (Cato), but no public offices
183 Titus negotiates with Prusias of Bithynia for the “killing” of Hannibal
180 Antiochus IV succeeds Seleucus IV
179 King Perseus succeeds Philip V in Macedon
174 Titus retires from Roman public life
168 Defeat of Perseus (by Aemilius Paulus) at Battle of Pydna
168 “Popillius Laenus” sent to order Antiochus IV out of (Lower) Egypt
167 Request of Perseus to not be paraded in Triumph by Aemilius Paulus denied
164 Maccabean Revolt
160 Death of John Gades in the Trans-Jordan

Career of Lysimachus/Joseph/Xiang Yu/Antiochus III/Fabius Maximus/Simon II

267 Birth of Prince Lysimachus of Egypt
243-222 “Tax Collector” of Syria (“Joseph”)
233 BC Consul of Rome (Fabius)
228 BC Consul of Rome  
222 Antiochus III succeeds Seleucus III
222 Simon II succeeds Onias II as High Priest
221 Dictator of Rome
217 Loss to Ptolemy IV at the battle of Raphia
217 Battle of Cannae (likely occurred in 216 or 215)
217 Dictator of Rome
215 Consul of Rome
214 BC Consul of Rome
214 Defeat and “execution” of General/King Achaeus
212 Subjugation of Armenia and its king “Xerxes”
209 Consul of Rome
209 Subjugation of Parthia and Hyrcania and its king Arsaces II
208 Subjugation of Bactria and its king Euthydemus.  Offer of his daughter to Euthydemus.
207 Subjugation of India and its king Sophagaenus/Subhashena
206 Xiang Yu partitions the Qin Empire into 18 feudal estates
204 Subjugation of Arabia
203 Treaty of Xiang Yu and Liu Bang to divide China between them
203 Treaty of Antiochus III with Philip V to divide Egypt between them
203 “Death” of Fabius Maximus
202 Liu Bang (Gaozu) defeats the army of Yu and reunifies China
200 Onias III succeeds Simon II as High Priest
198 BC Defeat of Scopas (Scipio) at the Battle of Panium
191 Loss to Scipio Africanus at Thermopylae
190 Loss to Scipio Africanus at Magnesia
187 Death in Persia while pillaging the temple of Bel

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