The 110s decade ran from January 1, 110, to December 31, 119.

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111Edit

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113Edit

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114Edit

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  • First year of Yuanchu era of the Chinese Eastern Han Dynasty.

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115Edit

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116Edit

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117Edit

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  • Trajan subdues a Jewish revolt (the Kitos War), then falls seriously ill, leaving Hadrian in command of the east.
  • On his death bed, Trajan adopts Hadrian and designates him as his successor.
  • August 9 – Emperor Trajan dies of a stroke at Selinus in Cilicia, age 63, while en route from Mesopotamia to Italy, leaving the Roman Empire at its maximal territorial extent.
  • Hadrian, who will reign until 138, succeeds him.
    • Hadrian, a Spaniard like Trajan, as Emperor inaugurates a policy of retrenchment and cultural integration, giving up the policy of conquest of his predecessor in order to consolidate the empire.
  • Hadrian returns large parts of Mesopotamia to the Parthians as part of a peace settlement.
  • Construction begins on the Pantheon in Rome.
  • The Roman Empire reaches its greatest extent.

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CommerceEdit
  • The silver content of the Roman denarius falls to 87 percent under emperor Hadrian, down from 93 percent in the reign of Trajan.
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  • The north-south feud between the Hun Dynasty ends.
  • The oldest known painted depiction of a wheelbarrow is found in a Chinese tomb of Chengde, Sichuan province, dated to this year.

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