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Introduction Hello, this is my timeline, I know it is a bad format for an Alternative history but this is mostly to collect my thoughts before producing a better version with multiple first person perspectives covering all the big events.

And for the amazing few who managed to read this whole thing or plan to do that *Spoiler Alert* I am going to destroy Numidia, Malachite, and Dacia, I am going to get the Volgan goths back into the picture and China is going to be HUGE. And I am stopping at 1000 CE. I will have maps by the century eventually.

A World without Rome- Before Common Era

  • 527 BCE- Umbrians settle the Tiber River, annex Tibur from the Latins.

  • 511 BCE- Latins attack Tibur, fail to take it.

  • 500 BCE- Status: Same as OTL incept for a minor disturbance between Latins and Umbrians.

  • 498 BCE- Umbrians move West and expand, take Gabii.

  • 482 BCE- Rome takes Gabii.

  • 481 BCE- Gabii is a battlefield, total war on both sides.

  • 480 BCE- Umbrians move on Rome, take it in the battle of Plebia.

  • 470 BCE- Latium is conquered by Umbrians, Latins in tatters.

  • 465 BCE- Veii take Latium, begin building near remains of Rome, city called Veiit.

  • 426 BCE- Etruscans attack Umbri, Etruscans control entire Tiber River and the River Nar.

  • 400 BCE- Status: Total War between Umbrians and Etruscans, Latins gone, Latium a battlefield.

  • 384 BCE- Umbrians extinguished by Etruscans, Etruscans united over the total war.

  • 382 BCE- Piceni and Samnites attack Etruscan threat, a Greek colony set up in Modern-Day “Le Marche”, Greek State is called Elyria.

  • 359 BCE- Samnites become allies with the Greek state against Etruscans.

  • 335 BCE- Alexander the Great expands his Empire.

  • 333 BCE- Carthage lands on Italian shores.

  • 323 BCE- Alexander the Great dies, empire splits.

  • 320 BCE- Carthage sets up a permanent settlement, begins to trade with remaining Etruscans, Elyrians, and Samnites on the mouth of the Tiber River.

  • 319 BCE- Samnites form a Republic.

  • 315 BCE- Samnites attack Elyria, war begins.

  • 307 BCE- Samnites, Carthaginians, and Etruscans left as only forces remaining.

  • 300 BCE- Status: Samnites becoming more xenophobic, mainland greece divided, etruscans crippled, carthaginians political influence on Samnites weakening.

  • 299 BCE- Samnites expel carthaginians from Italy peacefully.

  • 298 BCE- Old Etruria (All South of Arretium) completely annexed, Picentis butchered.

  • 297 BCE- An Alliance of Southern Italian Powers form against Samnites, known as Messa league.

  • 283 BCE- Gauls move South, conquer New Etruria (All Etruscans north of Arretium).

  • 270 BCE- Po River Gauls declare war on Samnites.

  • 257 BCE- Samnite Republic deteriorates, Messa League peacefully is absorbed into Brutii and Tarentum.

  • 248 BCE- Po Gauls move South settle at Tiber river.

  • 239 BCE- Massalia conquered by Gauls.

  • 232 BCE- New Carthage expands North. Carthaginian Settlement formed in Ardea area.

  • 224 BCE- Mauretanians attacked by Carthage.

  • 216 BCE- Mauretanians become disassembled and migrate West.

  • 208 BCE- Numidians form a conglomerate, hired warriors rebel, Carthage on it's knees.

  • 200 BCE- Status: Northern Italy is controlled by Po Gauls, Southern Italy is controlled by Greek States, Samnites divided, Carthage has a massive internal problem caused by a massive external problem, Increased Numidian Nationalism, Spanish Carthage expanding.

  • 199 BCE- All Carthaginian colonies become part of the United Numidian Empire (not including independent Spanish Carthage).

  • 198 BCE- Mauretanians take advantage of the confusion and storm through Spanish Carthage, ransacking Gades and successfully controlling the Atlantic coast of Southern Spain.

  • 182 BCE- Ptolemaic Kingdoms attacked by Seleucid Empire, retreats.

  • 179 BCE- Seleucid Empire conquers Alexandria, secures the city.

  • 177 BCE- Ptolemais Hermiou burned to the ground.

  • 176 BCE- Ptolemaic Kingdoms fall, Seleucid Empire controls Egypt.

  • 161 BCE- Macedon conquers Aetolia and Epirus.

  • 160 BCE- Athens and Sparta unite against macedon.

  • 159 BCE- The battle of Thebes (Greek Thebes) cripples both armies. Ends in stalemate, later the treaty of Delphi leaves uneasy peace.

  • 150 BCE- Dacians expand south, pick off armies of Macedon.

  • 145 BCE- Armenia expands South-West.

  • 136 BCE- Eastern Seleucid Empire fragments, Parthia expands, Estherian Empire forms at mouths of Tigris and Euphrates, Elam forms on opposite side of Tigris.

  • 134 BCE- Jewish uprising in Israel, quickly demolished.

  • 133 BCE- Estherian Empire attacks Elam, forces them away from the Tigris, builds the Wall of Jorem.

  • 122 BCE- Jorem, the emperor and religious leader, declares a “crusade” up the Tigris and Euphrates to find the entrance to the garden of eden.

  • 117 BCE- The treaty of Delphi is broken, hostilities increase, Thebes conquered by Macedon, Athens besieged.

  • 116 BCE- Athens falls, Epirus revolts, Sparta ransacks Thebes, marches on Athens.

  • 110 BCE- Crete joins Sparta, attacks Athens from sea, remaining Athenians revolt, Athens is part of Sparta, Epirus declares independence.

  • 104 BCE- Aetolia conquered by Sparta, Crete lands on shores near Pella.

  • 100 BCE- Status: Estherian Empire crusading up the Tigris and Euphrates, West Parthia falling, Po Gauls control northern Italy, Numidian Empire is the largest naval and trading force in the Western Mediterranean, Seleucid Empire ruling with an iron grip, Sparta controls Aetolia and Athens and invading Macedon, Crete marching on Pella, Epirus independent, Armenia expanding, Elam diminished, Mauretania attacking Spanish Carthage.

  • 99 BCE- Estherian Empire conquers western Parthia.

  • 84 BCE- Numidia marches on Italy, takes Liguria, Latium, Sicily, and parts of Modern-Day Tuscany region.

  • 70 BCE- Pella taken, Macedon crumbling in the hands of Sparta and Crete

  • 66 BCE- Crete pulls back troops, assaults Sparta's mainland, Aetolian and Athenian revolts (helped by Crete) stop the Spartan troops from getting back to mainland.

  • 65 BCE- Sparta crushed, Athens, Aetolia, and Epirus re-established, Macedon revolting against Crete.

  • 64 BCE- Athens declares war on mainland Crete.

  • 63 BCE- Seleucid Empire declares war on Crete.

  • 62 BCE- Seleucid Empire makes peace with Crete, declares war on Athens.

  • 61 BCE- Athens destroyed, occupied by the Seleucids.

  • 60 BCE- Seleucid Empire declares war on Crete.

  • 59 BCE- Crete occupied by Seleucid Empire.

  • 58 BCE- Crete revolts, Seleucid Empire commits genocides of the revolutionaries.

  • 56 BCE- Macedon declares independence.

  • 50 BCE- Numidia takes over Sicily, and Southern Italy from Greece.

  • 43 BCE- Celtics in some areas of Mainland France and in Southern Britain become an informal chiefdom around a ruling family in the Belgae tribe, become united against the common enemy the Germanics.

  • 40 BCE- Sicambri (Germanic tribe) conquer everything south of Burgundy in France incept for Coastal Areas that are ruthlessly protected to prevent naval attacks on Britain.

  • 35 BCE- A group of warriors in tribes in Southern Britain and Northern France attack the modern-day Netherlands.

  • 34 BCE- The campaign succeeds, they now have full naval control of the British Isles.

  • 33 BCE- Celtic Society becomes more united and centralized around Belgaes.

  • 30 BCE- A Celtic campaign goes North ridding the area of the Caledoni.

  • 22 BCE- Celts not associated with the chiefdom are killed off by the more powerful Germanic forces.

  • 20 BCE- Last remaining independent Celtic tribe is killed off by Numidians in Northern Italy.

  • 11 BCE- Other Germanic Tribes attack Sicambri for a piece of France.

  • 05 BCE- Seleucids colonize Eastern Italy.

A World without Rome- Common Era

  • 01 CE- Status: Celts remain in British Isles, Coastal France, and Netherlands as a unified chiefdom moving closer to statehood, Germanics fighting over interior France, Numidians control all of Italy, Spanish Carthage and Mauretanians are having a total war over Spain and rapidly colonize all of non-celtic Spain, Armenians and Estherians in conflict in Mesopotamia, Seleucid Empire controlling Southern Greece and Crete, Eastern Parthia is fading into irrelevance, the two great naval powers (Seleucid Empire and Numidian Empire) are getting close to land disputes over southern Italy.

  • 02 CE- Seleucids' colony in Italy burned to the ground.

  • 03 CE- Seleucid fleet attacks Southern Italy and Sicily.

  • 04 CE- Numidian over sea trade halted entirely, launch entire war fleet against growing Seleucid threat.

  • 05 CE- Battle of Rusicade sends the Numidian navy into a full retreat, Seleucid Empire continues to take most of the coast of modern-day Tunisia and all Numidian colonies in Italy.

  • 07 CE- Battle of Alexandria destroys all remaining Numidian Navy.

  • 08 CE- A daring land force crosses modern-day Libya to attack the Seleucid Empire.

  • 09 CE- Remaining land forces enter Seleucid Egypt, attack Cyrene, raze the city and continue to fight.

  • 10 CE- Numidian army defeated during the second battle of Ammonium, Numidian Empire makes defences to stop any further progress into their heart land.

  • 12 CE- Carthaginian Conference comes to a resolution, Numidian Empire territory is restricted and it is almost impossible for them to rebuild an army on a realistic timeline.

  • 24 CE- Parthia falls back, moving farther East because of Armenian threats.

  • 30 CE- Seleucid Empire loses the sea of Galilee to the Judean People's Front.

  • 31 CE- The Judean People's Front forms an alliance with the Estherian Empire, Israel becomes part of the Estherian Empire.

  • 42 CE- Raetians take the Po Valley, the area is being competed over by a remaining Numidian Colony, the Seleucids, a tribe that speaks Greek called the “Elyrs”, and Germanic tribes from the North. The Raetians succeed in ridding the area of these competitors and continues to move south.

  • 56 CE- The Goths being to move East, displacing native groups, as they move along they set up vast farms.

  • 68 CE- Vandals move south-east and begin to attack the Dacians which at this time were a large poorly coordinated chiefdom.

  • 73 CE- Screw Press invented in Cypress (the cultural centre of the Mediterranean).

  • 89 CE- Vandals forced back to homeland.

  • 95 CE- Goths compete with Sarmatians for territory, driving the Iranian nomads East towards Kangju, Kangju villages were then forced away and entered Parthia near Kushans.

  • 96 CE- Parthia begins to fragment with Sakas, Pahlavas, Elam, and Mathura separating.

  • 100 CE- Status: Parthia falling apart, Celts are a Chiefdom, Southern Greece and Cyprus controlled by Seleucid Empire, Estherian Empire expanding, Armenians going strong, Raeitians expanding south to fill the Italian power vacuum, Goths expanding East, Numidians diminished, Seleucid Empire surrounds Numidia, Spanish Carthage and Mauretania still in total war.

  • 107 CE- Parthia entirely gone, final fragments: Sakas, Elam, Pahlavas, Mathura, Tabae, Hyrcania, Margiana, and Rhagae.

  • 116 CE- Spanish Carthage destroys the Mauretanian capital in the ruins of Gades, ending a 300 year war! Mauretanians spread out over modern-day Portugal, being hunted down by Spanish Carthage.

  • 120 CE- Printing Press designed in Alexandria.

  • 122 CE- Revolt in Memphis, city barricaded by revolutionaries, Seleucid armies sent from Alexandria to deal with the crisis.

  • 123 CE- Revolution blocks movement from South, cutting kingdom in two, revolts in Giza, Heliopolis, and as far south as Hermopolis, all forces devoted to squashing rebellion.

  • 124 CE- Memphis controlled, Giza Controlled, Heliopolis controlled, Hermopolis still independent, revolts in Cyprus, Sparta, and Athens.

  • 125 CE- Aetolia invades Sparta and Athens, Hermopolis controlled, Cyprus has had the island cut in half by rebels.

  • 137 CE- Cyprus abandoned by Seleucid Empire, Numidia reclaims territory from Seleucid Empire.

  • 143 CE- Estherian Empire annexes Tabae, Rhagae feels threatened, joins Armenian Empire.

  • 147 CE- Elam and Pahlavas join the Estherian Empire, Margiana and Hyrcania join the Armenians.

  • 152 CE- Jewish revolts in Thebes (Egyptian Thebes), and Alexandria.

  • 153 CE- Cyprus annexed by Estherian Empire. Estherian Empire attacks Crete.

  • 154 CE- Crete taken, remaining Seleucid fleets retreat to protect Egypt.

  • 155 CE- Lucas the Third of the Seleucid Empire is burnt to death in his palace in Alexandria, Southern Seleucid Empire separates to become Thenia.

  • 156 CE- Northern Seleucid Empire annexed by the Estherian Empire.

  • 169 CE- Thenia dissolves.

  • 178 CE- Design for Printing Press rediscovered, prototype sent to Jerusalem.

  • 191 CE- Epirus attacks Macedonia, Macedon not in a position to protect itself.

  • 200 CE- Status: Aetolia controls Southern Greece, Epirus controls Northern Greece, Estherian Empire controls Pahlavas, Elam, Tabae, Cyprus, Crete, and Northern Egypt, Numidian Empire rebuilding an army, celts have almost entirely unified into a state under a Belgae banner, Goths expanding East, Sicambri firmly hold France, tensions rising between Spanish Carthage and Numidia, Armenia has increasing internal pressures from Rhagae, Margiana, and Hyrcania, Raetians moving South.

  • 201 CE- Margiana and Hyrcania secede as New Parthia.

  • 213 CE- Gothic Union of States attack New Parthia, Margiana collapses, Hyrcanian armies depleted.

  • 222 CE- Hyrcania destroyed.

  • 223 CE- Estherian Empire attacks Armenia with all it's troops that can be spared.

  • 234 CE- Last remaining Armenian Stronghold destroyed.

  • 245 CE- Celts launch a unified attack on areas of France and Germany, succeed.

  • 250 CE- Spanish Carthage attacks a Numidian Trading Port.

  • 251 CE- Numidian Empire attacks New Carthage, and other Spanish Carthaginian ports, the invasion succeeds in forcing Spanish Carthaginians inland.

  • 252 CE- Sensing weakness the celts move south from their remaining spanish strongholds.

  • 266 CE- Spanish Carthaginians forced out of Spain, one remaining port in Marseille area.

  • 278 CE- Celts control Denmark.

  • 285 CE- Uprisings in Pahlavas, Armenia, Tabae, Cyprus, and Crete under Estherian control.

  • 298 CE- Pagan Fragments break off; Kushmandu, Crete-Cyprus Allegiance, and other city states in the Middle East. Egypt and the Capital (mouth of Tigris) almost entirely unscathed.

  • 300 CE- Status: Estherian Empire collapsing, Celts expanding, Spanish Carthage almost entirely gone, Numidian Empire expanding, Raetians expanding, Epirus controls Macedonia, Aetolia controls southern Greece, Printing Press over all of the former Estherian Empire.

  • 307 CE- The Celts officially unite under Verbelrix the King of Warlords (start paying taxes, unite the currency, have provinces, representatives, etc...).

  • 319 CE- Memphis revolts, Thebes revolts, government virtually non-existent, remaining forces protect the leaders in an attempt to break through into Israel.

  • 324 CE- Numidia imports a Printing Press from Cyprus.

  • 328 CE- Aetolia imports a Printing Press from Crete.

  • 333 CE- Former Estherian Empire collapses, thousands of fragments appear, Mesopotamian area in total war, Egypt and Israel live in relative divided peace. Pahlavas exists peacefully as Malachite, a jewish state with a coordinated military unlike others in the region.

  • 336 CE- Printing Press present in all of Greece, Persia, Egypt, Numidia, and the area around the Mediterranean.

  • 341 CE- Cyprus begins outputting multiple printing presses a year, even up to 39-42.

  • 355 CE- Epirus imports a printing press from Aetolia.

  • 369 CE- Cyprus became an intellectual centre for Europe with the mass production of the printing press, city states in Egypt, Sicily, Italy and Israel begin importing printing presses.

  • 370 CE- Huns attack Gothic civilization, Goths forced back at an increasing pace.

  • 385 CE- Huns attack geographic area of Armenia, devastate forces.

  • 392 CE- Huns campaign moves South.

  • 396 CE- Huns arrive at banks of Euphrates.

  • 400 CE- Status: Huns moving south (without the Romans the southern option is weakened considerably), Middle East divided in many locations, printing press spreading around the Mediterranean, Celts becoming stronger, Germanic groups weakened, Numidians recovered almost entirely from wars and occupation, Malachite becoming more powerful.

  • 407 CE- Babylonia sacked by Huns.

  • 411 CE- Huns meet the Persian Gulf, they kill off a small city state devoted to bringing back the Estherian Empire.

  • 422 CE- Goths completely wiped out, Galban the leader of the Huns dies in battle, Isala left as the only heir to the kingdom.

  • 429 CE- Huns attack Dacia, the Hunnic force is wiped out with no survivors, Huns send another force into the region and are able to get a toehold in the northern region.

  • 435 CE- Dacian forces united against Huns, Huns send more forces in, Dacian forces conquer first Hunnic base in the region.

  • 450 CE- Hunnic forces redirect forces in Europe towards modern-day Germany, set up defensive line to the North of Dacia.

  • 462 CE- Celts sense the concerns of the Germanic tribes and declare war on Germanic Barbarians.

  • 473 CE- Germanics forced south, come in conflict with Raeti people in the alps area (Germanics are literally stuck between a rock (alps) and a hard place), Isala dies of old-age, Perma the first takes the throne.

  • 489 CE- Germanic peoples move south and attack the Greeks, Epirus scatters remaining fragments. Gupta Empire takes chance to attack Estherian fragment of Melakhim (no white huns) and invades it.

  • 494 CE- Spanish Carthaginian city of Hemilcoan, the last remaining settlement is torn apart by stray Germanics.

  • 500 CE- Status: Numidia going strong, Germanics weakened, great Hunnic Empire created, Celts expanding, Estherian Empire's ruins still contended over, Malachite expanding North-West, Printing Press deeply routed in society. Gupta Empire expanding North.

  • 506 CE- New books begin being widely spread, ushering in a new secular age and scientific developments.

  • 507 CE- Perma the first dies in battle, Isili takes the throne at age 15, is mostly controlled by the ruling council.

  • 515 CE- Remaining Germanic spread out and scattered in area in between Dacia, Epirus, and the Alps, they are connected into a few bands of people but no large tribes like before.

  • 527 CE- Alexius of Epirus discovers that the solar system is heliocentric.

  • 532 CE- Aetolia is the first state to make schooling available to all of its citizens.

  • 548 CE- Hunnic Society centralizes around a Capital in Seleucia area called Isilia after the leader that lead the expansion south.

  • 551 CE- Isili the conqueror dies of smallpox, his kingdom is divided between his 3 sons, Europe goes to Umberto the butcher, Leo the bold took the Old Country (Hunnic Russia mostly), and Perma the second was presented with Mesopotamia.

  • 560 CE- Leo the bold moves South-east, within a year they secure modern-day Lake Alakol.

  • 563 CE- First Contact between Hunnic and Chinese forces, small chinese outpost burnt to the ground.

  • 564 CE- Cheshi (one of the city states) besieged by Hunnic forces, invaded quickly.

  • 565 CE- Remaining City States of Xiyu join together to fight the Huns, the city state of Yanqi besieged (with protected supply lines coming from the Western Highlands), Takla Makan desert guarded on all routes preventing invasion, parts of the Hunnic army attack the desert, main army continues on.

  • 566 CE- Tuyuhun Empire attacked by Huns, Kualu the Tuyuhun leader attempts to form an agreement with the Northern Zhou Dynasty.

  • 567 CE- The Northern Zhou Dynasty under the lead of Wu Di send 500,000 troops to Tuyuhun under the agreement that they would merge with the Northern Zhou Dynasty.

  • 568 CE- The large armies slaughter the Huns and force the remaining troops into a full retreat, Cheshi abandoned by Huns and then reinvaded by Northern Zhou.

  • 571 CE- Gothic underground groups unite and rebel along the Volga river, the Hunnic power is divided without a strong military to help.

  • 585 CE- Various factions in the Central Northern Hunnic Empire break their unions with a central power and fight over the territory.

  • 599 CE- Northern Zhou begins to invade the Xiyu City States.

  • 600 CE- Status: European and Mesopotamian Hunnic Empires are ruling with an iron grip, Celts conflicting with Numidians in Spain, out of original contenders for the remains of the Estherian Empire there is 23 left (5 left in Egypt, 7 left in Mediterranean Middle East area, and 11 left including Malachite on the Eastern side of the Mesopotamian Hunnic Empire), Northern Zhou Troops occupied in a battle with Xiyu city states, Chen Dynasty moves North attacking Northern Zhou Dynasty, Northern Qui attacking the Chen Dynasty, Gupta Empire expanding south.

  • 601 CE- Northern Zhou Dynasty withdraws from Xiyu city states, defends Southern border but Chen Dynasty already has momentum and is moving north at a quickening pace.

  • 602 CE- Chang'an is attacked but remaining military force protects the city, revolutions in Northern Northern Zhou.

  • 603 CE- Chang'an destroyed, Wen dynasty starts to the North, weak and divided, Chen straight off its victory in conquering the Northern Zhou moves and attacks the Northern Qui dynasty on an unprotected side, punctures through enemy lines, brings Northern Qui dynasty down.

  • 604 CE- Wen dynasty forced North, Chen dynasty becomes the ruler of China.

  • 607 CE- Dacians move North, cut off supplies from farms to the East, Dacians move West, Several Hunnic member tribes declare independence in Europe.

  • 615 CE- Celts attack Huns, Huns rapidly separating into different groups, group goes south and attacks some Germanic Tribes, forming a corridor for those that are still loyal to the union of tribes, they are being granted an alliance with Epirus in which they will join with the state and will be granted citizenship, there forces and fighting techniques will be incorporated into the military.

  • 616 CE- Gupta has all of India in between Kashmir and Lanka.

  • 623 CE- Epirus attacks Delphi and Razes the city, New Thebes is attacked, Epirus armies retreat but Aetolian armies crippled.

  • 624 CE- Aetolia peacefully surrenders to Epirus.

  • 628 CE- Remaining area from the Hunnic Empire in Europe divided into 3 kingdoms; Szel, Selkey, and Demertae, they are united only against their common enemy the Celts.

  • 636 CE- Epirus attack Byzantium location, moves into Turkey, attacks the dominant city-state in Western Turkey, the Cappodocians send heavy armour troops which fail against the incorporated Hunnic forces, the Cappodocians eventually agree to join the New Epirus League.

  • 649 CE- The Dacians meet the NEL and begin a trading relationship, the Dacians send down wood and the Greeks send up rich food resources and mercenaries.

  • 651 CE- Dacian forces move East attacking the bands of tribes in the former homeland of the Hunnic Empire.

  • 662 CE- Numidian moving North, attack Northern Spanish Celts, forces are diverted from the Hunnic States to defend the Southern border. The long border is beginning to catch up with the Celtic Nation, the nation is divided into districts including Basque (Northern Spain), Aquitania (South-West France), Belgae (Netherlands), Brittany (Southern Normandy), Venetia (Northern Normandy), Germania (Denmark and North Germany), Britonia (England), Caledonia (Scotland), Siluria (Wales), and Hiber (Ireland).

  • 663 CE- Numidian forces in full retreat with the Basques in pursuit, mounted Basques razing all settlements, the lord of Basque assigning land to noblemen.

  • 664 CE- Celtic troops come to the point of Gibraltar, armies still attacking the coastal areas of Portugal and the port-city of Manissia.

  • 665 CE- Spain entirely taken, unable to succeed at sea though, new territory finally divide up into the three districts of Basque, Iberia, and Briania. Main forces of both nations fighting over the Strait of Gibraltar.

  • 666 CE- Iberia is a full on military state, Basque and Briania are developing a trading economy with each other and the rest of the celts, Aquitania, Germania, and Belgae developing militaries.

  • 667 CE- Numidia and Iberia form the agreement of Manissia which accepts the current borders and a complete cease of military operations on both sides.

  • 672 CE- Epirus attacks Upper Egypt which has a capital at Alexandria.

  • 673 CE- Epirus invades the entire coast and sets up military defences.

  • 674 CE- Epirus becomes a large military fleet, begins invading other coastal areas.

  • 675 CE- Dacian explorers from Baltic settlements meet the celts in Denmark, peaceful trading begins between Germania and Dacia. Hunnic forces in Europe almost destroyed in between the two nations.

  • 676 CE- All three Hunnic nations collapse and forces go south in a retreat against the Dacians and Celts, the remaining people are almost all non-military, the groups are barely 60000 when they settle near modern day Zurich, Luzern, and Lausanne.

  • 677 CE- The Dacians and Celts remain allies in a trade agreement. Forces are moved from the border to defend Gibraltar, a skeleton crew keeping down border disputes with the Dacians.

  • 690 CE- On the Pillars of the Temple of Olympian Zeus a paper is placed with a list of problems with the current hierarchy within standard Greek religion (invasions of Epirus brought a standardized religion to Greece centred around Dodona). Though the religious leaders try to hide it a large movement is forming, large numbers of copies are being spread around of the paper.

  • 695 CE- British Isles get's first printing house.

  • 700 CE- Status: Celts reaching limits of expansion, developing 12 districts of which one has contact with enemies and 6 have contact with another civilization, Dacians trading with celts, can expand into the Celts, Epirus, or Russia, Numidia controlling territory in Africa by stopping any vessels from crossing into onto there territory (where celtic land forces would have the advantage), Hunnic Empire is moving against Epirus colonies in Judea, Epirus facing religious reformation and threats from the North and East, Chen Dynasty moves towards Magadha, attempts to attack the Gupta Empire, Yugoslavia area and Raetia are the only remaining wild areas in Europe.

  • 701 CE- Upper Egypt becomes the last estherian city-state in Egypt, Antioch, and Malachite are the only other 2 city states.

  • 712 CE- Malachite declares war on the Huns, Antioch and Epirus unite to attack the Huns from the other direction.

  • 713 CE- Both armies are attacking the Hunnic capital of Isilia, borders are already being drawn, they conquer Isilia and work out agreements with each other, while going back Antioch refuses to provide for the Epirus troops who try to pass through their land to Chalcedon. The hungry troops take the city and at once destroy Antioch before the armies of Antioch have even left the Caucasus Mountains armies of Greeks round up the armies and force them to surrender or go into slavery. At the same time the Gupta Empire was advancing on Malachite's capital, is forced backward by returning forces but keep a considerable advance on the New Persia (Malachite). Capital moved to a more tactical location in the highlands that was more fortified.

  • 714 CE- Upper Egypt annexed by Epirus. Disputes begin to happen in between the Greeks and Dacia and between the Gupta Empire and Malachite and the Chen dynasty.

  • 715 CE-Dacia declares war on Greece, begins to attack Chalcedon this is the first major loss for the Dacians, they are not trained for coordinated counter-attacks and are taking major losses. They eventually take it in a second attempt but stop there before suffering losses that will effect there maintenance of security in their nation.

  • 716 CE- Epirus sets up Alkaios' Wall, it is virtually impenetrable, but takes a decade to set up.

  • 728 CE- Balémonic religion is challenged by reformers, the reformation starts in Sicily in Numidia, Yugoslavia is being annexed by the strong Epirus military forces, Raetia becomes a client state of the Hunnic League, remaining Germanic tribes attempt to join, they move south, and begin attacking Italian Numidians, they are not expecting the offensive and the Numidians are forced back until the Hunnic league's expansion is stopped North of Mount Aurunci.

  • 739 CE- A messiah appears to the Malachite jewish followers of Indo-Hellenistic Malachite Judaism and claims to be the saviour, his name is Pérla a combination of Sanskrit and Malachite (a form of Greek) words for stone or rock and was born in the capital of Kalidar in the modern-day Khafr. His movement is gaining speed and he represents the face of Judaism soon, it is radical to think that he is not the messiah and that a saviour is still to come within Malachite.

  • 748 CE- Pérla overthrows the ruling dynasty and brings together a violent dictatorship that is lenient on many old testament sins but makes being a non-believer illegal.

  • 752 CE- Remaining Wen dynasty destroyed, China moving North.

  • 754 CE- Chang dynasty takes over peacefully.

  • 761 CE- Chang conquers Gupta capital and Gupta fragments, parts join Chang, some parts in the Indus valley become part of Malachite, and some, especially in the South, remain independent, a total of 5 independents exist.

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