Calendar overview 235
, Maximinus Thrax is made the new Roman emperor.
He is the first soldier emperor .
|235 in other calendars|
|Buddhist calendar||778/779 (southern Buddhism); 777/778 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||48th (49th) cycle , year of the wooden hare乙卯 ( at the beginning of the year wooden tiger 甲寅)|
|Greek calendar||2nd / 3rd Year of the 253rd Olympiad|
|Jewish calendar||3995/96 (August 30/31)|
|Roman calendar||from urbe condita CMLXXXVIII (988)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 545/546 (New Year April); Syria: 546/547 (New Year October)|
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||291/292 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- March: The Roman emperor Severus Alexander is slain in Mainz by soldiers who make Maximinus Thrax the new emperor. Beginning of the era of the soldier emperors and the imperial crisis of the 3rd century .
- around 235: Between Roman legionnaires and Germanic warriors there are several fighting, the so-called Harzhorn event .
- November 9th : Pontianus , the first bishop of Rome for whom there is a historically documented date, is deposed after five years in office by the Roman emperor Maximinus Thrax and, after being sentenced to forced labor, slain in a stone quarry in Sardinia . The opposing bishop Hippolytus is also brought there and is also killed.
- November 21 : Anterus is enthroned as the new Roman bishop. He dies after around 6 weeks.
- March: Severus Alexander , Roman Emperor (* 208 )
- March: Julia Mamaea , mother of Emperor Severus Alexander
- Gamaliel III. , Jewish patriarch
- Guo Nüwang , Chinese Empress (* 184 )
- Quartinus , Roman counter-emperor
- Pontianus , Bishop of Rome
- Hippolytus of Rome , anti-bishop (* around 170 )
- around 235: Magnus , Roman counter-emperor