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86 CE: The Roman general Cornelius Fuscus invades Dacia. He is ambushed and his army is annihilated.
88 CE: Resolved to avenge Fuscus' defeat, Domitian sends another army to Dacia under Tettius Iulianus. This general is victorious on the mountainous pass of Tapae, in the south-west of modern Romania.
101 CE - 106 CE: Trajan conquers Dacia.
106 CE: The military diploma discovered at Porolissum, attests the fact that Dacia was already a part of the Roman empire.
113 CE: Trajan’s column is constructed in Rome which commemorates the emperor's campaigns in Dacia.
121 CE - 125 CE: First trip of Hadrian around the Empire: Gaul, Germany, Noricum, Britain, Tarraconis, Cappadocia, Gallatia, Bythinia, Asia, Greece, Mesia, Dacia and Pannonia.