195 BC Chr.

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Heads of state

195 BC Chr.
Marcus Porcius Cato, the elder;  Roman marble bust, around 80 BC.  BC, Palazzo Torlonia, Rome
Marcus Porcius Cato celebrates victories in the Celtiberian War .
Han Gaozu
The Chinese Emperor Han Gaozu dies.
195 BC In other calendars
Buddhist calendar 349/350 (southern Buddhism); 348/349 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )
Chinese calendar 41st (42nd) cycle , year of the fire-horse丙午 ( at the beginning of the year wood-snake 乙巳)
Greek calendar 1./2. Year of the 146th Olympiad
Jewish calendar 3566/67
Roman calendar from urbe condita DLIX (559)
Seleucid era Babylon: 116/117 (turn of April); Syria: 117/118 (New Year October)


Roman Empire

Asia Minor

Empire of China

  • After the death of the Chinese Emperor Han Gaozu , his wife Lü Zhi had all of his concubine's sons murdered and brought their son Han Huidi to the throne as the second emperor of the Han dynasty . During her reign for the minor, however, she largely kept him away from the government.