|Centuries:||1st century - 2nd century - 3rd century|
|Decades:|| 170s 180s 190s - 200s - 210s 220s 230s
|Years:||197 198 199 - 200 - 201 202 203|
|Gregorian calendar|| 200 |
|Ab urbe condita||953|
|Bahá'í calendar||-1644 – -1643|
|Coptic calendar||-84 – -83|
|Ethiopian calendar||192 – 193|
|Hebrew calendar||3960 – 3961|
|- Vikram Samvat||255 – 256|
|- Shaka Samvat||122 – 123|
|- Kali Yuga||3301 – 3302|
|Iranian calendar||422 BP – 421 BP|
|Islamic calendar||435 BH – 434 BH|
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 860|
|Thai solar calendar||743|
- Human population reaches about 257 million.
- Septimus Severus visits Syria, Palestine and Arabia.
- Palestine, benefiting from the benevolent policies of Severus, sees a significant economic revival.
- The province of Numidia is taken from the African proconsul and made an Imperial province.
- Chinese warlord Cao Cao defeats Yuan Shao in the battle of Guandu.
- In Japan, Himiko, whose capital is situated in Yamatai, extends her authority over a number of clans.
- The Classic Age of Maya civilization begins.
- Jewish Eretz Yisraeli scholar Judah ha-Nasi compiles tracts of the Mishnah, beginning the creation of Talmudic law.
- Clement of Alexandria denounces the use of musical instruments to support human voices in Christian music.
- Brahmanism evolves into Hinduism (approximate date).
- Fei Yi, an official of Shu (approximate date)
- Ma Jun
- Wang Ling, general of Wei
- Sun Shao, general of Wu
- Zhou Fang, general of Wu
- Diophantus, Greek mathematician
- Marcus Claudius Tacitus, Roman Emperor
- Valerian I, Roman Emperor
- Bian Xi (slain by Guan Yu)
- Chunyu Qiong (executed by Yuan Shao)
- Dong Cheng (executed by Cao Cao)
- Gan Ji, Taoist priest
- Han Juzi, general under Yuan Shao
- Ji Ping (executed by Cao Cao)
- Ju Shou (officer of Yuan Shao)
- Lü Weihuang
- Mi Heng, renowned scholar and friend of Kong Rong (executed by Huang Zu)
- Sui Gu (killed at the battle of Guan Du)
- Sui Yuanjin
- Sun Ce, elder brother of the founder of Wu Kingdom, Sun Quan
- Tian Feng (executed by Yuan Shao)
- Wen Chou, general under Yuan Shao
- Xu Gong
- Yan Liang, general under Yuan Shao
- Zheng Xuan
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