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Events and People Who Made History in the Year 150 AD

-- The Roman army consists of 400,000 men. Of these, there are ten legions (55,000 men) and 140 auxiliary units (80,000 men, of which half are cavalry) based in the Balkans and along the Danube; 50,000 legionnaires and auxiliaries in Britain; 45,000 in Germany; 20,000 men in Egypt; and 10,000 in Africa and Numidia. Precise date unknown.
-- The Middle Culture period of Mayan civilization ends. (Approximation) Precise date unknown.
-- The Roman army consists of 400,000 men. Of these, there are ten legions (55,000 men) and 140 auxiliary units (80,000 men, of which half are cavalry) based in the Balkans and along the Danube; 50,000 legionnaires and auxiliaries in Britain; 45,000 in Germany; 20,000 men in Egypt; and 10,000 in Africa and Numidia. Precise date unknown.
-- The Germans of the east move south, into the Carpathians and Black Sea area. Precise date unknown.
-- The Albani appear in the Roman province of Macedon. Precise date unknown.
-- The Middle Culture period of Mayan civilization ends. Precise date unknown.
-- The Great Pyramid of the Sun is constructed in Teotihuacan. It is the tallest pre-Columbian building in the Americas. Precise date unknown.
-- Marcion of Sinope produces his own version of the Gospel of Luke. Precise date unknown.
-- The earliest atlas, Ptolemy's Geography is created. Precise date unknown.
-- This is also the approximate date of completition of Ptolemy's monumental work Almagest. The geocentric cosmology contained in it holds sway for 1,400 years. Precise date unknown.
-- Paper, made in China, can be found as far west as Turkestan. Precise date unknown.
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