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Celt Timeline

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The beginning ofin the upper Danube region of centralEurope.

Widest date range accepted by scholars for theHallstatt culturein centralEurope.

CelticMigration begins inEuropewith manyCeltslanding inScotland.

The Earlyis at its peak in centralEurope.

The Hirschlanden Warrior, a sandstone representation of aCeltic Warriorfrom Ludwigsburg, Germany, is made.

The creation of theHallstatt cultureHorchdorfburialin southern Germany.

The creation of theHallstatt cultureVixburialin northeast France.

Celtsdefeat theEtruscansat the Ticino River.

Period of theLa Tne culturein northern/western/centralEurope.

TheLa Tne culturereplaces theHallstatt cultureas the dominant regionalculturein centralEurope.

CeltsenterItalyand settle in the Po Valley.

Celtsdefeat anEtruscanarmy at thebattleof Melpum. Afterwards the Celts heavily settle all over the Po Valley.

Gallic Catastrophe:Brennusof the Senones defeats the Romans at Allia, and subsequently sacksRome.

Celticgroups, possibly from northernItalyand the eastern Alps, begin to raid Illyrian territories.

Celticmercenaries fight with the Spartans againstThebes.

LivymentionsCelticarmies in Ancona and one such group moves againstRomeonce more.

Alexander the GreatreceivesCelticambassadors in the Balkans.

Romesigns a peace treaty with the Senones tribe.

Alexander the GreatreceivesCelticdelegations inBabylon.

Celtsand Samnites join forces and defeat the Romans at Camertium.

In abattlelasting all day, Romans narrowly defeat a force ofCeltsand Samnites at Sentinum.

Romanforces heavily defeat the Senones at Lake Vadimo.

Romedefeats theCeltsinItaly. Romes dominance in central Italy is secured.

Gauls of the Insubres and Boii tribes defeat the Romans atArretium.

Romedecisively defeats the Senones at Picenum.

Romans defeat theEtruscansandCeltsat lake Vadimo.

ACelticarmy with many youth among their ranks is again defeated by Romans.

Celtsjoin withPyrrhus, aiding in his victory over the Romans at Heraclea.

Gauls attack the sanctuary ofDelphi.

Celtsstay withPyrrhusand fight in the Epirote army at Asculum, a victory over the Romans.

4,000Celtsare employed inEgyptunder Ptolemy II.

Seleucids successfully defeat the GalatianCeltsin the ElephantBattle.

Antaros and 3000Celtsfight withCarthagein theFirst Punic War.

Antiochus I Soter of theSeleucid Empirekilled inbattleagainst the Galatians atEphesusinAsia Minor.

Timaeos is the first to use the term Celtiberian when refering toCeltsliving inIberia.

CeltsinEgyptfail to overthrow Ptolemy II and are starved todeathon an island.

Attalus I ofPergamondefeats the Galatians at the headwaters of the Caioc River.

AttalosI defeats the Galatians a second time.

TwoRomanarmies surround and defeat aCelticarmy at Telamon.

Celtsdefeat 6000 Romans at Faesulae and proceed to overrunEtruria.

Romans successfully campaign againstCeltictribes of CisalpineGaul.

TheCeltsare defeated at Clastidium byRomanforces.

The AegosagesCeltsenterAnatoliaunderAttalosofPergamon.

14,000Celtsserve under Ptolemy IV in his victory at Raphia over theSeleucidKing Antiochus III.

30,000Celticinfantry and 4,000 Celtic cavalry joinHannibalCeltsconstitute just over 50% of his army inItaly.

Prusias of Bithynia inAsia Minormassacres the Aegosages including thewomenand children.

The Boii crush aRoman army25,000 strong at Litana. Victory was, in part, achieved by pushing precariously cut trees down atop the horrified Romans as they marched.

TheCeltickingdom of Tylis in Thrace is overthrown by native Thracians. Cavaros is the last ruler of the small kingdom.

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Iron in theCelticworld experiences a significant boom. Iron manufacturing increase in all facets of life such as weapon construction andagricultureitems.

The Boii are defeated by the Romans, suffering, according toLivy, 14,000 dead.

4,000 Celtiberians trap a force of 20,000 Romans at Numantia forcing their surrender.

Numantia falls to the Romans who besiege theoppidum. Mass suicide ensues among many of the survivors. Land reforms byTiberiusGracchus.

Romeintervenes on behalf of Massalia against the SaluviiCelts.

The governor of theRomanprovince of Macedonia, M. Minucius Rufus, celebrates his victory over a raid of the Dacians allied with theCeltictribe of the Scordiscii in the Balkans.

Galatiabecomes a client state ofRome.

Boii in easternEuropecrushed by the Dacians.

Caesarattacks the Helvetii while on migration and defeats them.

ARoman armyunderCaesarnarrowly defeats an army of Nervii, Atrebates, and Viromandui.

The navies ofRomeand the Veneti Gauls clash resulting in aRomanvictory. This is the first recorded navalbattlein the Atlantic Ocean.

Ambiorixof the Eburones tribe destroys around 9,000Romansoldiers at Atuatuca.

Julius Caesaris defeated at Gergovia byVercingetorix.

After becoming trapped and besieged at Alesia,Vercingetorixsurrenders toCaesar.

300Celtsserve as elite bodyguards forCleopatra VIIduring her reign.

Caesars siege and capture of Uxellodunum ends the GallicWar.

The Bellovaci unsuccessfully rise againstRomanrule in Belgica.

The Allobroges unsuccessfully rise againstRomanrule in southernGaul.

The Belgic Morini and theCeltsof Aquitania unsuccessfully rise againstRomanrule.

At the funeral of Herod II, hisCelticbodyguards are in attendance.

Thedruidcentre on Anglesey is systematically attacked by aRoman army.

Boudiccarevolts, theLegio II Augustadoes not respond to a call to arms.

TheLebor Gabla Erenn(Book of invasions) recounts, through tales ofmythology, the ancient and medieval history ofIreland.

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