4th Century B.C. Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome Timeline
Blue dots = Events in Ancient Roman Timeline Red dots = Events in Ancient Greek Timeline
Bronze Age Greece
Dark Age Greece
Archaic Age Greece
In the table below, in the right column are links to pages on the Ancient / Classical History site related to the time periods listed on the left.
[Fourth century timeline]
390-389 B.C.: Taxes introduced in Athens (1/40th and war).
390 or 387 B.C.: Battle of the Allia.
387 B.C.: The planting of the first military or Latin colonies.
386 B.C.: The Academy.
385 B.C.: Battle of Mantinea.
384-322 B.C.: Aristotle.
382 B.C.: Spartans seize citadel of Thebes.
381 B.C.: Defeat of Spartans at Olynthus.
380 B.C.: King Cleombrotus of Sparta. Isocrates writes Panegyric for Olympic Games.
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