Jesus Died on the Cross March 25, 
33 years after His Birth December 25 and 34 years after He became Man in the womb of Mary.
Saint Stephen stoned to death December 26,  9 months after Christ died on the Cross. Stephen was born one day after Jesus, and thus Stephen died at the age of 34 years old, on his birthday.
Coversion of Paul occured on 25 January, 1 year and one month after the stoning of Stephen.
Saint Paul spent the first year after his conversion, or the greater part of it, in journeying to Arabia and preaching the Gospel there.
34 A.D
34 A.D
36 A.D
Mary the Mother of Jesus and Saint John leave for Ephesus. January 6. Year 40 A.D.  
41 A.D
Saint James is beheaded by Herod on March 25, 41 A.D., exactly 7 years after Jesus died on the Cross.
36 A.D- 37 A.D.
Paul meets Apostle Peter and Apostle James the less in Jerusalem less than a month after Mother of Jesus left for Ephesus. Gal (1:19)
40 A.D
 Mother of Jesus and John leave Ephesus on July 6, 42 A.D.. They were in Ephesus 2.5 years. 
42 A.D
First Council in Jerusalem in September. See Acts (15:1)

Matthew wrote his Gospel in 42 A.D. in Hebrew and in Judea.
46 A.D

Luke wrote his Gospel in 48 A.D. in Greek and in Judea.
58 A.D
John wrote his Gospel in 58 A.D. in the language of Greek and in Asia minor. 
55 A.D
The Mother of Jesus dies on August 13 and rises from the dead on August 15. 
The Word of God became Man in the womb of Mary, March 25, in year 1 A.D. with the year beginning on January 1.
1 A.D
The birth of Jesus, Dec 25 1 A.D., 7 days later would be January 1, 2 A.D.
31 A.D
Jesus is 30 years old when He performs the miracle a Cana on January 6.
30 A.D
50 A.D


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Paul writes in 2 Corinthians 12:1 that he was caught up 14 years ago to the third heaven. Thus he wrote this in the year 50 A.D.
15 A.D
1st year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar and it was the year Caesar Augustus died on 19th August.
Tiberius; a sculpture as a young man.
The three Magi Kings arrive on January 6, 2 A.D.
8 A.D
King Herod the Great died.
After king Herod died, the Holy Family returned to Nazareth. Their time in Egypt was 7 years.
9 A.D
2 A.D
Immediately after Jesus presentation in the Temple, 40 days after His birth, the Holy Family fled to Egypt.
King Herod the Great began the second part of his reign with the approval of Augustus.
29 B.C.
King Herod the Great rebuilt the Jerusalem Temple.
40 A.D
38 A.D
Tiberius Caesar died March 16, 38 A.D. after reigning 22 years, 6 months and three days. 
The reign of Tiberius Caesar

August 19, 15 A.D.   Begins the first year of his reign.
August 19, 16 A.D.   Begins the second year of his reign.
August 19, 17 A.D.   Begins the third year of his reign.
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August 19, 29 A.D.  Begins the 15 year of his reign.
January 6, 30 A.D.  Jesus is baptized by Saint John the Baptist. 
August 19, 30 A.D.  Begins the 16 year of his reign.
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March 16, 38 A.D.   Tiberius Caesar died. Reigned 22 years, 6 months and three days.

References.

1) 15th year of Herod's reign, Herod rebuilt the temple. Book 1, chapter 21.

2) Herod the Great reigned 37 years. Book 1, chapter 33.

3) Augustine reigned 57 years, six months and two days. From writing of Josephus Book 2, chapter 9.

4) Tiberius reigned 22 years, six months and three days. From writing of Josephus Book 2, chapter 9.

5) Caesar (Julius) was slain by Cassius and Brutus in senate-house (Government building in Rome), after he had retained the government three years and six months. B Book 14, chapter 11, section 1.
Augustine reigned 57 years 6 months.
Herod reign
Tiberius reign 22 years 6 months.
Augustine; a sculpture as a young man.
The Roman Senate decreed Caesar Octavian dictator and he began is 57 years, 6 months and 2 day reign. 
43 B.C.
Gaius Julius Caesar was murdered on March 15, 43 B.C.  
Gaius Julius Caesar. Roman emperors had their likeness sculpted and these sculptors exists today thus we know what they looked like.
Mark Antony was defeated in a civil war, on the Ionian Sea near a city called Actium, by Octavian (Augustine) on September 2, 30 B.C. 
Julius Caesar reign
Gaius Julius Caesar began ruling in September 39 A.D.  
30 B.C.
Mark Anthony made Herod king. 
Herod's reign, made king by Mark Anthony
Gospel of Luke says that Jesus was baptized in the 15th year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar. Knowing this we are able to tie Jesus' history to the history of Tiberius and then Tiberius to the rest of world's history only if we know the age and calendar date in which Jesus was baptized. Thanks to Mary of Agreda, she wrote Jesus was 29 years old and Baptized on January 6, 30 A.D.
Caligula Caesar died January 24, 42 A.D. He was killed at the age of 29.
Caligula reigned 3 years 10 months.
42 A.D
48 A.D
42 A.D
26 B.C.
In the year 26 B.C. Octavian would be called Augustus.
Time Line is based upon the writings of Mary of Agreda, Gospel of Luke and Acts of the Apostles.
Claudius reigned 13 years 10 months.
 Mother of Jesus and John leave Ephesus on July 6, 42 A.D.. They were in Ephesus 2.5 years. 
Paul meets Apostle Peter and Apostle James the less in Jerusalem less than a month after Mother of Jesus left for Ephesus. Gal (1:19)
First Council in Jerusalem in September. See Acts (15:1)

Matthew wrote his Gospel in 42 A.D. in Hebrew and in Judea.

Luke wrote his Gospel in 48 A.D. in Greek and in Judea.

Paul writes in 2 Corinthians 12:1 that he was caught up 14 years ago to the third heaven. Thus he wrote this in the year 50 A.D.
Mark wrote his Gospel in 46 A.D. in  Hebrew and in Palestine. Later he made a copy in Latin in the City of Rome.
42 A.D
46 A.D
50 A.D
55 A.D
55 A.D
58 A.D

The Mother of Jesus dies on August 13 and rises from the dead on August 15. 

John wrote his Gospel in 58 A.D. in the language of Greek and in Asia minor.

Caesar Claudius was murdered on October 13 55 A.D., he was 63 years old.
Caesar Nero reigned 13 years 8 months.

Caesar Nero was facing assassination, he committed suicide on June 9, 69 A.D., he was 30 years old.
69 A.D
65 A.D

Most of Rome was destroyed by fire. Nero made the claim that the Christians were responsible. Thus Nero used this excuse to kill Christians. 

After blaming the Christians for Rome's fire, Emperor Nero began his killing and one of his victims was Saint Peter who was crucified up side down. Exact year is not known, the time period of his death was between Rome's fire until Nero took his own life.

Saint Paul was also murdered when Nero had him beheaded. Exact year not known, the time period of his death was between Rome's fire until Nero took his own life.
Peter & Paul were murdered during this time period.
65 A.D
69 A.D
Vespasian reigned 10 years 

General Vespasian became emperor Vespasian July 1, 70 A.D.

Emperor Vespasian died of natural causes at the age of 69 and his son Titus became emperor on June 24, 80 A.D. 
70 A.D
80 A.D
Rome's coliseum took 10 years to build.
81 A.D

Vespasian's son Titus conquered and leveled Jerusalem's Temple, the same Temple in which Herod had built about 100 years before. 
71 A.D

Using the treasures from the conquering of Jerusalem and its Temple, Vespasian built the Coliseum. Construction workers were Jews which had been conquered at Jerusalem and were made slaves.
Domitian reigned 15 years 
97 A.D
81 A.D
Titus reigned 2 years, 3 months 

Emperor Vespasian's second son named Domitian became emperor. 

Emperor Domitian was assassinated.
Trajan reigned 19, 7 months years 

Emperor Trajan died of natural causes. Trajan's adopted son named Hadrian became emperor. 
99 A.D
80 A.D
170 A.D

Trajan became emperor and he was the adopted son of previous emperor named Nerva. Nerva was appointed by the Roman Senate after the assassination of Domitian. 

Antoninus Pius became emperor, the adopted son of Hadrian who had died of natural causes. 
118 A.D
162 A.D
139 A.D
Hadrian reigned 21 years 
Antoninus Pius reigned 22 years, 7 months 
Bishop Eusebius who was born over 150 after Emperor's Domitian death and wrote a book called "Church History" that Domitian was very much like Nero in persecutions of Roman Christians. Eusebius writes: "Domitian, having shown great cruelty toward many and having unjustly put to death no small number of men at Rome and having without cause exiled and confiscated the property of many men, finally become a successor of Nero in his hatred and enemy of God. Domitian was the second emperor that stirred up a persecution against us, but his father Emperor Vespasian had undertaken nothing against Christians." 

Historian Tertullian quoted by Bishop Eusebius states that Domitian possessed a share of Nero's cruelty. 

Bishop Eusebius also writes how Domitian commanded that the descendants of David should be slain. Eusebius quotes a historian named Hegesippus. Hegesippus wrote how the grandchildren of the disciple Jude, (Jude was the brother of the apostle James the son of Alphaeus) were accused of being descendants of David because Jude was related to Jesus. The grandchildren of Jude were brought before Domition because Domition had feared the possibility of Jesus' Second Coming as Herod feared the first coming of Jesus. The grandchildren were so poor and hard working that Domition did not find them to be a threat and released them. And it was very strange that Domition issued an order to stop persecuting the Christians. The grandchildren of Jude became great witnesses to other Roman Christians and lived many years after.

After Domitian was assassinated the Roman Senate voted to remove all signs that Domitian was ever Emperor. Those Christians who were unjustly banished were allowed to return home and have their property restored. Eusebius writes how by Christian tradition that it was said that Apostle John returned from is banishment on the island of Patmos and took up residence at Ephesus. If John was 20 years when Jesus was crucified, John  would have been around 80 when Domitian was murdered. 

Bishop Eusebius writes in his book called "Church history" that emperor Trajan ordered that Christians should not be sought after, but when found should be punished. Eusebius does not live during this time but is born many years later. He receives this information from a Roman historian named Tertullian.  The reason why Trajan gave this order was because a Roman governor named Plinius Secundus was disturbed by the great numbers of murdered Christians. This governor pleaded to Trajan that these Christians were not lawless to Roman laws but arose at dawn and sang hymns to Christ as a God, renounced adultery, murder and other criminal offences. With this order that Trajan gave did stop the murders, but there were many opportunities for Roman leaders to harm Christians using other false reasons. Eusebius writes how Christians were plotted against locally, but no great persecutions took place throughout Roman territories.
Lucius Verus reigned 8 years

Antoninus Pius died of natural causes. His adopted son's name Lucius Verus and Marcus Aurelius became co-emperors.

Lucius Verus died of a plague. 
Marcus Aurelius reigned 19 years
181 A.D

Marcus Aurelius died of natural causes and 

Marcus Aurelius made his son named Commodus co-emperor with him.
178 A.D
Commodus reigned 15 years
193 A.D

Commodus was murdered by strangulation. 
194 A.D

Septimius Severus seized power.

Sep
108 A.D

Bishop of Antioch (Syria) and disciple of Apostle John, Saint Ignatius was feed to wild beasts at the Roman Coloseum.
Roman emperors had their likeness sculpted and these sculptors exists today thus we know what they looked like.
Roman emperors had their likeness sculpted and these sculptors exists today thus we know what they looked like.