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Champlin, Edward, Fronto and Antonine Rome, Cambridge, Mass. 1980; contains an updated chronology of the letters, slightly modified from his earlier “The Chronology of Fronto.” JRS 64 (1974). 136–159.
|a.d. 100||(or a year or two earlier). M. Cornelius Fronto, born at Cirta.|
|Circa 103||end of Aug. Domitia Lucilla, mother of Marcus, the daughter of P. Calvisius Tullus, born.|
|117.||Accession of Hadrian on August 11.|
|Circa 120.||Marriage of Lucilla to Annius Verus.|
|121,||26th April. Birth of M. Annius Verus (Marcus Aurelius) in the Horti Vectiliani on Mount Caelius.|
|Circa 123||Cornificia, the sister of Marcus, born.|
|127.||Marcus enrolled among the Knights.|
|129.||Marcus made Salic priest.|
|130,||13 Dec. Birth of L. Ceionius Commodus (Lucius Verus).|
|133.||Marcus professes Stoicism.|
|135.||Marcus assumes the toga virilis. Death of his father, M. Annius Verus, aged about 45.|
|136.||Marcus made praefectus feriis. Contracted to Faustina.|
|138.||M. Annius Verus and L. Catilius Severus, grandfathers of Marcus, died.|
|25 Feb. Antoninus Pius (T. Aurelius Boionius Arrius Fulvus Antoninus, born 19 Sept. 86), chosen as Hadrian’s successor, on condition of adopting M. Aurelius and Lucius Verus as his successors.|
|10 July. Death of Hadrian.|
|5 Dec. Marcus quaestor.|
|139.||Marcus sevir turmae, member of all the Sacred Colleges, xv vir de sacris faciundis and vii vir Epulonum.|
|Fronto appointed tutor to Marcus.|
|Marcus made Caesar.|