Roman RepublicConsuls: Aulus Postumius Albinus and Marcus Antonius Orator.
Roman RepublicConsuls: Quintus Caecilius Metellus Nepos and Titus Didius
The Roman Senate passes a resolution forbidding human sacrifice.
The Senate passes the Lex Caecilia Didia which bans omnibus bills.
Roman RepublicConsuls: Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus and Publius Licinius Crassus Dives
C. Decianus, the prosecutor of Furius, is himself condemned for his remarks about the death of Saturninus.
The Romans subdue the Maedi and Dardani.
L. Domitius takes harsh measures to restore order in Sicily.
The censors, Flaccus and Antonius, remove M. Duronius from the senate because of his opposition to sumptuary laws.
A decree of the Roman senate bans human sacrifices.
Sulla displays a lion hunt for the first time in games at Rome.
Asia MinorAriarathes VIII is forced out of Cappadocia by Mithridates, and dies soon afterwards.
Middle EastAccording to Christianity, the birth of Saint Joseph, the husband of Saint Mary the mother of Jesus, and his "earthly-father" - in distinction to God the Father, his "heavenly father." According to this account, Joseph was 92 years old when Jesus was born.
JapanSujin becomes emperor of Japan (probable date)
Roman RepublicConsuls: Gaius Cassius Longinus and Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus
Cyrene is left to the people of Roman Republic by its ruler Ptolemy Apion.
GreeceSeleucus VI Epiphanes becomes king of the Seleucid Empire following the death of his father Antiochus VIII Grypus, and defeating in battle Antiochus IX Cyzicenus.
AsiaStart of the Taishi era in the Han Dynasty.
Roman RepublicConsuls: Lucius Licinius Crassus and Quintus Mucius Scaevola Pontifex
Seleucid kingdomPhilip I Philadelphus and Antiochus XI Ephiphanes succeed as co-rulers after the deposition of Seleucus VI Epiphanes.
Ireland"Forty metre structure" at Emain Macha (near modern Armagh, Northern Ireland) built and destroyed, presumably for ritual or ceremonial purposes.
Asia MinorTigranes the Great becomes king of Armenia
AnatoliaApproximate date – Nicomedes IV succeeds his father Nicomedes III as king of Bithynia.
ChinaApproximate date – Sima Qian concludes writing the Records of the Grand Historian (太史公書).
IndiaShakas start to control northwest India.
Roman RepublicConsuls: Gaius Coelius Caldus and Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus.
The first (failed) attempt to open a Latin rhetorical school.
Lucius Cornelius Sulla elected praetor urbanus.
Roman republicRoman consuls: Gaius Valerius Flaccus and Marcus Herennius.
Asia MinorAriobarzanes I Philoromaios becomes king of Cappadocia with Roman backing.
Arshak I becomes king of Caucasian Iberia after overthrowing Farnadjom.
AsiaEnd of era Taishi of Emperor Wu of Han China.
Roman republicConsuls: Gaius Claudius Pulcher and Marcus Perperna.
In the first diplomatic contact between Rome and Parthia, Sulla meets with a Parthian envoy, resulting in the parties recognizing Euphrates as a common frontier.
Sulla repulses Tigranes of Armenia from Cappadocia.
Gaius Sentius becomes Roman governor of Macedonia, serves until 88 BC.
Roman Republicconsuls: Sextus Julius Caesar and Lucius Marcius Philippus
The tribune Marcus Livius Drusus proposes extending Roman citizenship to allied Italian cities, but is assassinated, leading to the Social War.
AsiaLiu Ju, crown prince of the Han Dynasty, revolts against his father, Emperor Wu, and his witchcraft trials. After his rebellion fails, he hangs himself.
Records of the Grand Historian compiled by Sima Qian.
Roman RepublicConsuls: Lucius Julius Caesar and Publius Rutilius Lupus.
Social War continues: Pompeius Strabo and Gaius Marius distinguish themselves.
The Etruscans are granted Roman citizenship.
Corfinium in south-central Italy is the center of a rebellion against Rome.
The Lex Iulia grants citizenship to all Italians who did not oppose Rome during the Social War.
Cicero starts to serve in the Roman army.
Asia MinorNicomedes IV of Bithynia is defeated in battle by a coalition of Nicomedes' brother Socrates, and Mithridates VI of Pontus. Nicomedes flees to Rome.
99 BC – Lucretius, Latin philosopher and poet
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