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|130 BC Chr.|
|Antipater of Sidon presents around 130 BC A list of the seven wonders of the world of his time.|
|130 BC In other calendars|
|Buddhist calendar||414/415 (southern Buddhism); 413/414 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||42nd (43rd) cycle , year of the metal pig 辛亥 ( at the beginning of the year metal dog 庚戌)|
|Greek calendar||2nd / 3rd Year of the 162nd Olympiad|
|Roman calendar||from urbe condita DCXXIV (624)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 181/182 (turn of the year April); Syria: 182/183 (turn of the year October)|
Politics and world events
- After the death of his father Ptolemy, Samos II becomes king of Commagene .
- around 130 BC Chr .: In Assyria , personal names are replaced by combinations of digits.
- around 130 BC BC: The island of Kos becomes part of the Roman Empire .
Science and culture
- around 130 BC BC: The Greek historian Antipater of Sidon draws up the list of the seven wonders of the world .
- around 130 BC Chr .: Gaius Iulius Caesar Strabo Vopiscus , Roman politician († 87 BC )
- around 130 BC Chr .: Iulia , wife of Roman politician Gaius Marius, aunt of Julius Caesar († 68 / 69 v. Chr. )
- around 130 BC Chr .: Lucius Cornelius Cinna , Roman politician († 84 BC )
- around 130 BC Chr .: Divico , leader of the Helvetic sub-tribe of the Tigurines († after 58 BC)
- around 130 BC Chr .: Meleager of Gadara , Greek author († around 60 BC )
- Lucius Cornelius Lentulus , Roman politician
- Ptolemy , King of Commagene
- around 130 BC Chr .: Appius Claudius Pulcher , Roman politician (* before 180 BC)
- around 130 BC Chr .: Quintus Fabius Maximus Aemilianus , Roman politician (* around 186 BC )
- around 130 BC BC: Menandros , Indo-Greek king
- around 130 BC Chr .: Marcus Pacuvius , Roman tragedy poet (* around 220 BC )