The doubled Traditions of Constantinople
The year-numbers were taken from history textbooks (for a quick cross-check, Google may be asked)

                   
Chronology  young   [C.E.]
Chronology  old   [A.D.]
Dev.
500



Antiochia resettlement (Chosrau I.)  540 Antiochia depopulated (Schapur I.) ~256 286
Anathema against Origines    553 Origines tortured 253 300
Chosrau I. (Persia) 579  Chosrau I. (Arsacide) 252  327
Hormizd IV. (Sassanide)  590 Hormizd I.  (Sassanide) 273 317
Hormizd V.  (Sassanide)  623 Hormizd II. (Sassanide) 309 314
Narses conqueres Nisibis for Rome   591   Nasreh looses Nisibis to Rome  297 294
Egyptian Christs persecuted as Pagans  ~584
Year 1 of Egyptian Martyr Era   284
~300
Tiberios I.                      578582             =4 Marcus Aurelius Probus   276282        =6 300
Mauricios (Exarchates) 582602               =20   
   Widow and daughters murdered
Diocletian (Tetrarchy)      284305      =19
  
Widow and daughter murdered
298

Germanus (Co-Emperor) 582, Usurp. 602 Maximian (Co-Emp.+Usurp.) 286305 =19 296
Solar eclipse C onstantinople    Okt. 4th 590 C.E.
Total eclipse in K. reported for  291 299
600

St. Gregor, Pope   604 St. George,  ~303 301
Phokas, Usurpator 610
   Phokas-Column erected in Rome  603
St. Phokas, The Gardener ~306
  
Phokas-Column dates end of 3rd cy. A.D.
304
Heracleios the Elder   ~611  Constantine Chlorus (Title: Heracles)  306 ~305
Heracleios I. the Great    610 - 641           =31
Constantine I. the Great 306 337        =31
304
Holy Cross acquired at Jerusalem     629
  
Martina, 'Mother of Emperor' C.* travels to J.
Holy Cross acquired at Jerusalem      325
  
Helena,  Mother of Emperor C. travels to J.
304
John Chrysorrhoas (Gold-stream) *~650   John Chrysostomos (Gold-Throat) *349 301
Banishment of the Pope   654 
Banishment of the Pope   355 299
Visit to Rome of Constantine II.    663 
Visit to Rome of Constantine II.   357 306
Constantine II.      668 
Constantine II.      361 307
Council of C onstantinople  (III.-records destroyed) 681 Council of C onstantinople  (I.) 381 300
Constantine IV.    668685                      =17 
Julian              361 363                 =2
Valens            364378             +14 (=16)
307
Justinian II. 685695+705711              =26
+ Apsimaros (Tiberius II.) 698 705
Theodosius I. 379395                       =16
+ Arcadius     395408                      +13

306
Arkadius' column falls in earthquake  732
Arkadius' column (47m high) erected 403

700

Theodosius III.  (resigned, became a monk)  715717
Theodosius II, The Calligrapher** 408 450 307
Council of Hiereia   ( <>1 Km from Chalcedon)     754
Council of Chalcedon     451 303
Leo IV.               775780                      =5    Leo II. (Patricius from 469) -474          =5 306
Constantine VI.   780 797                      =17
Zenon (with Leo, exile, Emp.) 474491 =17 306
Nikephoros I.      802 811                      +9    (=26)
Anastasios I.     491-518                    =27 307
800

Michael II. (The Stammler) 820-829        =9
Justin I. (speaks poor Greek) 518 527 =9
302
Theophilos           829842  ( Theodora II.)  =13
+ Michael III.       842 867                    +25  (=38)
Justinian I. ( Theodora I.)     527565 =38 302
Theodora II.       867        
Theodora I.      548 319
Basileios I.         867 886                      =19 Justin II.             565578                 =13
+ Tiberios I.      578582             +4 (=17)
302
304

Council of Constantinople  (IV.)   869 
Council of Constantinople  (II.)     553 316
900

Romanos I. retires 944 after a desastrous defeat to a monastery Proti (an island at the Bosporus)Heracleios I. refused to ferry across the Bosporus 638 after a desastrous defeat 306


*) Martina, the 2nd wife of Emperor Heracleios and stepmother of Constantine, the heir to the throne had the official title 'Mother of the Emperor'. She went with her husband to Jerusalem. [Thiess, Frank (1959): Die Griechischen Kaiser. S.875]

**) Theodosius II., engaged himself into theology and the transcription of books. He refrainded from political decisions.

HEK - 8/2008
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