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|Millennium:||1st millennium BC|
|Centuries:||3rd century BC – 2nd century BC – 1st century BC|
|Decades:||140s BC 130s BC 120s BC – 110s BC – 100s BC 90s BC 80s BC|
|Years:||119 BC 118 BC 117 BC 116 BC 115 BC 114 BC 113 BC 112 BC 111 BC 110 BC|
|Categories:||Births – Deaths
Establishments – Disestablishments
- 1 110s BC: events by year
- 1.1 119 BC
- 1.2 By place
- 1.3 118 BC
- 1.4 By place
- 1.5 117 BC
- 1.6 116 BC
- 1.7 By place
- 1.8 115 BC
- 1.9 By place
- 1.10 114 BC
- 1.11 By place
- 1.12 113 BC
- 1.13 By place
- 1.14 By topic
- 1.15 112 BC
- 1.16 By place
- 1.17 111 BC
- 1.18 By place
- 1.19 110 BC
- 1.20 By place
- 2 Births
- 3 Deaths
- 4 References
110s BC: events by year
- The second Dalmatian war begins.
- January–June – the Han Chinese army under the commanders Wei Qing (d. 106 BC) and Huo Qubing (140 BC–117 BC) are victorious over the Xiongnu in the Battle of Mobei, taken place in the Orkhon Valley of the Gobi Desert, modern Mongolia.
- Government monopolies are established in iron, salt, liquor in Ancient China.
- The Roman colony of Narbo Martius is founded in Gallia Transalpina.
- The second Dalmatian war ends with victory for Rome and L. Caecilius Metellus assumes the surname Delmaticus
- Micipsa dies and Numidia, following the king's wish, is divided into three parts, a third each ruled by Micipsa's own sons, Adherbal and Hiempsal I, and the king's adopted son, Jugurtha.
- June 26 – At the death of Ptolemy VIII Physcon, Cleopatra III has chosen her younger son Ptolemy X Alexander as co-regent, but the Alexandrians forced her to bring Ptolemy IX from Cyprus, of which he is governor.
- Ptolemy IX Philometor Soter II Lathyros becomes king of Egypt and claims the throne.
- The Cimbri and Teutones cross the Danube and enter the lands of the Celtic tribe, the Taurisci. The latter appeal to Rome for assistance and the Senate sends an army under Gnaeus Papirius Garbo to drive the Germans back. The Romans attack the retreating columns as they pass the town of Noreia, but the Roman army is defeated in an ambush.
- Germanic tribes attack Gaul and northern Spain.
- War between the Celtiberians and the Romans.
- Incense burner, from the tomb of Liu Sheng, Prince of Zhongshan in Mancheng, Hebei, is made. Han dynasty. It is now kept at Hebei Provincial Museum, Shijiazhuang.
- Asian Silk Road opens.
- Soldiers are dispatched from Han Dynasty China to Nanyue for the Han–Nanyue War during the dynasty's southward expansion.
- The city of Rome is devastated by fire.
- Jugurtha, king of Numidia, bribes the commander Lucius Calpurnius Bestia and Roman friends to secure easy terms. He is given a safe conduct to Rome in order to account for his actions in the Roman Senate. Jugurtha contemptuously bribes his way through all difficulties.
- The Han Empire annexes the Kingdom of Nanyue, and thereby extends its territory to modern-day North Vietnam.
- The remaining territory of Minyue, known as Dongyue, is annexed by the Han Dynasty during its expansion southward.
- During the reign of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty, Guilin is named Shi An Prefecture.
- Jiuquan in China is founded as a military outpost on the Silk Road to Central Asia.
- Han Dynasty of China annexes Minyue.