Calendar overview 33
|solar eclipse that is also perceptible in Israel .|
|33 in other calendars|
|Buddhist calendar||576/577 (southern Buddhism); 575/576 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||45th (46th) cycle , year of the water snake癸巳 ( at the beginning of the year water dragon 壬辰)|
|Greek calendar||4th year of the 202nd / 1st year of the 203rd Olympiad|
|Jewish calendar||3793/94 (September 13-14)|
|Roman calendar||from urbe condita DCCLXXXVI (786)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 343/344 (turn of the year April); Syria: 344/345 (turn of the year October)|
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||89/90 (turn of the year April)|
Politics and world events
- The later Emperor Galba and Lucius Cornelius Sulla Felix are consuls , Lucius Salvius Otho and C. Octavius Laenas are suffect consuls .
- Constantly recurring shortage of money ( deflation ) in the Roman Empire through hoarding leads to social unrest and political crises. Emperor Tiberius made 100 million sesterces available to the population free of interest for three years to prevent the collapse of trade .
Culture and religion
- Passover : An astronomically possible point in time of the crucifixion of Jesus by Pontius Pilate in Jerusalem (April 3, 33 of the Julian calendar ). The other time is in the year 30 .
nature and environment
- around 33: Marcus Antonius Primus , Roman politician († after 81)
- after 33: Rubellius Plautus , Roman politician († 62 )
- October 18 : Agrippina the Elder , Roman noblewoman, mother of Caligula (* 14 BC )
- Drusus Caesar , Roman patrician (* 7 )
- Munatia Plancina , Roman noblewoman
- Gaius Asinius Gallus , Roman politician (* 41 BC )
- Lucius Aelius Lamia , Roman politician
- Marcus Cocceius Nerva , Roman lawyer
- 30 /33: Jesus of Nazareth
- Colin Humphreys: The Mystery of the Last Supper. Cambridge University Press, 2011, ISBN 978-0-521-73200-0 , p. 164.