This page relates to the year -390 Calendrier Julien proleptic.
- With Rome, Consul At of L. Valerius Potitus II, consular Marcus Manlius (later Capitolinus )/Powerful orators, “in the place” of the preceding consuls to the Calends of July L. Lucretius, Servius Sulpicius, Mr. Aemilius, L. Furius Medulinus (for the seventh time), Clutched Furius, C. Aemilius (for the second time).
- Second dictatorship of Camille.
- Volsinies is forced to buy peace with the Romans.
- July 18th: Bataille of Combined (traditional date). First known dramatic confrontation between Celtic and Romains. The Gaulois Sénons plunder the north of Italy and enter Rome. One of the most known episodes of this war is the episode of the geese of Capitole (or -388, -387).
Close to Léchaion, a battalion Spartan falls into an ambush set-up by the Athenian strategist Iphicrate, and 270 Hoplites are massacred by Peltaste S (light infantry).
Operations of Thrasybule in Egée (end in -389) with the head of 40 vessels. It subjects Lesbos, Chio, then indicator that Rhodos resists Téleutias, navarque of Sparte, it crosses in north of Egée and in the Détroits. It obtains the rallying of many cities (Thasos, Byzance, Chalcédoine, etc), restores various taxes with the profit of Athens (right of 5% on all goods crossing the the Bosphorus) and raises on the allies of the considerable sums.
The close East
Art & culture
Births in -390
Death in -390
Simple: 390 BC
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