Chronology of the Roman period in Macedonia
215-205, 200-193, 171-167 BC
Macedonian - Roman wars. Macedonia falls under Roman rule.
Battle at the Mountain Pidna where the Roman Empire defeats Macedonia.
The Romans established authority in Macedonia and divided it to four parts.
The uprising of Andrisk, supported by the Thracians.
The uprising was stopped by the Romans and Macedonia became a Roman province.
Last tries to establish again Macedonian authority.
The emperor August divided the provinces on senate and tzar; Macedonia became senate province.
Mesya was separated from the Macedonian territory.
Macedonia was united with Ahaia in one imperator province.
From the Macedonian territory was separated Thrace.
3rd and 4th century AD
crisis in the Roman Empire.
Middle of the 4th century AD
Thessaly region was united with Macedonia.
End of 4th century AD
Macedonia was divided on two provinces: Macedonia Prima (Salutaris) and Macedonia Secunda.
Robbed by the Huns and Vizigothes.
Assimilation of the ancient population of Macedonia by the Slavs (Macedonian Slavinii).