This Day in Ancient History: pridie kalendas februarias

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pridie kalendas februarias

  • 1000 B.C. — temple of Hercules at Tyre completed (according to one ‘traditional’ reckoning)
  • 817 B.C. — death of Anchises (according to the same reckoning)
  • 36 B.C. — birth of Antonia (“Minor”), daughter of Marcus Antonius and Octavia and future mother of hope-to-be-emperor Germanicus and emperor-to-be Claudius
  • c. 250 A.D. — martyrdom of Metras/Metranus in Alexandria
  • c. 250 A.D. — martyrdom of Saturninus, Thrysus, and Victor in Alexandria
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