179 BC


179 BC

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Events

By place

Roman Republic

* Tiberius Gracchus Major goes to Hispania as Roman governor to deal with uprisings there.
* The Pons Aemilius is completed across the Tiber River in Rome. It is regarded as the world's first stone bridge.
* Marcus Aemilius Lepidus is appointed both censor and princeps senatus.

Greece

* Philip V of Macedon dies at Amphipolis in Macedonia, remorseful for having put his younger son Demetrius to death, at the instigation of his older son Perseus. Nevertheless, he is succeeded by his son Perseus.

Asia Minor

* Eumenes II of Pergamum defeats Pharnaces I of Pontus in a major battle. Finding himself unable to cope with the combined forces of Eumenes and Ariarathes IV of Cappadocia, Pharnaces is compelled to purchase peace by ceding all his conquests in Galatia and Paphlagonia, with the exception of Sinope.

Births

* Liu An, Chinese prince, geographer, and cartographer (d. 122 BC)
* Sima Xiangru, Chinese statesman, poet, and musician (d. 117 BC)
* Dong Zhongshu, Chinese scholar who is traditionally associated with the promotion of Confucianism as the official ideology of the Chinese imperial state (d. 104 BC)

Deaths

* Philip V, king of Macedonia from 221 BC, whose attempt to extend Macedonian influence throughout Greece has occurred at a time of growing Roman involvement in Greek affairs and resulted in his military defeat by Rome (b. 238 BC)
* Liu Xiang, Chinese prince involved in the Lü Clan Disturbance in 180 BC and grandson of Emperor Gao of Han


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