27 CE - 30 CESejanus launches his final attacks against Agrippina and her children.
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217 BCE: Prusias of Bithynia in Asia Minor massacres the Aegosages including the women and children.
31 BCE: Cleopatra flees to Alexandria and opens negotiations with Octavian; her purpose is to save her children and keep the Ptolemaic kingdom intact.
30 BCE: After Octavian has declined to negotiate, Cleopatra reportedly commits suicide; Mark Antony does the same. Their children survive, but Caesarion is killed.
27 CE - 30 CE: Sejanus launches his final attacks against Agrippina and her children.