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12 CE - 428 CE: Reign of the Arsacid dynasty in Armenia.
52 CE: Parthian king Vologases I invades Armenia.
54 CE - 60 CE: Roman general Corbulo successfully campaigns in Armenia.
63 CE - 88 CE: Reign of Tiridates I in Armenia.
63 CE: The Treaty of Rhandia gives Rome and Parthia equality over Armenia rulers and government.
72 CE: Roman emperor Vespasian annexes the kingdoms of Commagene and Lesser Armenia.
114 CE: Roman emperor Trajan annexes Armenia and declares war on Parthia.
117 CE: Roman emperor Hadrian grants independence to the Kingdom of Armenia.
252 CE: The Sasanid Empire invades the Kingdom of Armenia.
298 CE - 330 CE: Reign of Armenian king Tiridates the Great.
298 CE: Roman Emperor Diocletian reunifies the Kingdom of Armenia.
314 CE: Armenia adopts Christianity as the state religion.
314 CE: Saint Gregory the Illuminator is made the first bishop of Armenia as Christianity is adopted by Tiridates the Great.
330 CE - 338 CE: Armenian king Khosrov III founds the city of Dvin.
368 CE - 369 CE: The Sasanid Empire destroys several cities in the kingdom of Armenia.
387 CE: Roman emperor Theodosius I and Shapur III of Persia agree to formally divide Armenia between the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire and the Sasanian Empire.
405 CE: The Armenian alphabet is invented by Mesrop Mashtots.
422 CE - 428 CE: Reign of Armenia king Artashes IV, last ruler of the Arsacid dynasty.