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|107 BC Chr.|
defeat the Romans
in the Battle of Agen .
receives supreme command
in the Jugurthin War .
|107 BC Chr. In other calendars|
|Buddhist calendar||437/438 (southern Buddhism); 436/437 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||43rd (44th) cycle , year of the wood dog甲戌 ( at the beginning of the year water tap 癸酉)|
|Greek calendar||1./2. Year of the 168th Olympiad|
|Roman calendar||from urbe condita DCXLVII (647)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 204/205 (New Year April); Syria: 205/206 (New Year October)|
- Consul Gaius Marius assumes supreme command of the Roman troops in Numidia during the Yugurthin War . By converting the Roman army to professional soldiers instead of peasants who were obliged to serve, and by using a more effective cavalry, he achieved a better position in relation to King Jugurtha, who was familiar with the country and its people .
- During the migration of the Cimbri and Teutons , the Helvetic tribes of the Tigurines and Tougener, led by Divico, defeat the Roman legions under the consul Lucius Cassius Longinus Ravilla in the battle of Agen on the Garonne. The city of Tolosa , settled by the Volcae , then fell away from the Roman Empire .
- around 107 BC Chr .: Decimus Junius Silanus , Roman politician († around 60 BC )
- Lucius Cassius Longinus , Roman consul