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|Gregorian calendar|| 33 |
|Ab urbe condita||786|
|Bahá'í calendar||-1811 – -1810|
|Coptic calendar||-251 – -250|
|Ethiopian calendar||25 – 26|
|Hebrew calendar||3793 – 3794|
|- Vikram Samvat||88 – 89|
|- Shaka Samvat||N/A|
|- Kali Yuga||3134 – 3135|
|Iranian calendar||589 BP – 588 BP|
|Islamic calendar||607 BH – 606 BH|
|- Imperial Year|| Kōki 693|
|Thai solar calendar||576|
- Galba is a Roman Consul.
- Tiberius founds a credit bank in Rome.
- A financial crisis hits Rome, due to poorly chosen fiscal policies. Land values plummet, and credit is increased. These actions lead to a lack of cash, a crisis of confidence, and much land speculation. The primary victims are senators, knights and the wealthy. Many aristocratic families are ruined.
- Although the usurpation of Wang Mang and the Chimei Rebellion are behind him, Emperor Guangwu faces a new threat to the Han Dynasty in this year, the Rebellion of Gongsun Shu in ancient Sichuan province. Gongsun's naval forces are unsuccessful against Han General Cen Peng, so Gongsun decides to fortify his position by blockading the entire Yangtze River with a large floating pontoon bridge, complete with floating fortified posts, erected forts on both banks of the river for further missile fire, and protected his barrier with a large boom. After Cen Peng is unable to break through, he constructs several 'castle ships' with high ramparts and ramming vessels known as 'colliding swoopers', which break through Gongsun's lines and allow Cen to quell his rebellion.
- The following Christian chronology uses traditional dates; 30 and 28 are also suggested as a date for these events, and are currently considered the likely dates.</br>
- Triumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem — Sunday, March 27 (Palm Sunday)
- Last Supper — Thursday, March 31 (Holy Thursday)
- Judas Iscariot, disciple of Jesus, reportedly commits suicide hours before the death of his teacher
- Crucifixion of Jesus — Friday, April 1 (Good Friday)
- Resurrection of Jesus — Sunday, April 3 (Easter)
- Ascension of Jesus — Thursday, May 12 (Ascension Day)
- The Coming of the Holy Spirit — Sunday, May 22 (Pentecost)
- Traditionally, Christianity is founded on this date, since the "preparation period" for the Church Age is complete. The Eastern Orthodox and the Roman Catholic denominations also claim founding on this date. Details of the beginning of the Christian Church are found in the Biblical book of Acts.
- Saint Peter becomes Pope (according to Roman Catholic tradition) (see 32)
- Gaius Asinius Gallus, widower of Vipsania Agrippina and potential lover of Agrippina the elder (starvation)
- Agrippina the Elder, wife of Germanicus (suicide by starvation)
- Nero Caesar (not to be confused with the Emperor Nero Caesar), son of Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder, adoptive grandson of Tiberius (starvation)
- Drusus Caesar, son of Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder, adoptive son of Tiberius (starvation)
- Marcus Aemilius Lepidus, senator, consul 6, father-in-law of Drusus Caesar (natural causes)
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|Antenor III der West-Franken (c25-c69)||Clodomir I der West-Franken (c3-)|
|Clodomir I der West-Franken (c3-)||Marcomir der West-Franken (bef14BC-)|
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