HISTORY OF LIBERPORTVS

-2397 (3150 B.C.) – Valossa destroyed in cataclysm.
-190 (943 B.C) – Phoenicians establish various settlements on Avalia.
-34  (787 B.C.) – Avalia under control of Carthage.
81 (672 B.C.) – Site of the the future city of Liberportus founded.  
116 (637 B.C.) – Liberportus becomes a haven for pirates from all over the Mediterranean.
290 (463 B.C.) – The great walls that now surround The Old City are built.
560 (245 B.C.) – Rome conquers Avalia after the Second Punic War.
604 (149 B.C.) – Liberportus rebels against Rome and sides with Carthage in Third Punic War.
607 (146 B.C.) – Liberportus sides with Rome against Carthage, providing much needed naval support in exchange for autonomous rule on the island.  The island chain known as the Serpent’s Teeth officially becomes territory of the province of Sicily. Carthage falls and become Roman Territory. Artorius Verrio Drac becomes first Sea Lord.
647 (106 B.C) – Artorius Verrio Drac dies. Cassius Scipio Hamata becomes Sea Lord and over a century of prosperity follows.
841 (88 A.D.) – Marcus Julius Drac becomes Sea Lord, nearly bankrupting Liberportus; institutes the Drac succession law.
855 (102 A.D.) – Severus Pontus Drac succeeds Marcus Julius Drac and repairs much of the damage but does not repeal the succession law.
876 (122 A.D.) – The Emperor Hadrian visits Avalia while en route to Mauretania. A statue of Hadrian is erected to commemorate the occasion.
878 (125 A.D.) – A minor earthquake rocks Avalia.
880 (127 A.D.) – Severus Pontus Drac assassinated; Sealord Antonius Hibernius Drac succeeds him.
881 (128 A.D.) – Construction on lighthouse begins.
891 (138 A.D.) – The Nyos Amphitheater consumed in flames in what is known as the Conflagration of the Veins. Completion of the Great Lighthouse of Liberportus. The "Purging of the Council" and the revoking of the Drac Law of Succession.
897 (144 A.D.) – The beggars of Liberportus seemingly disappear in midsummer. New beggars replace them by autumn.

ROMAN LIBERPORTVS

HISTORY OF LIBERPORTVS

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