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398 v.Chr.

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398 voor Christus
Eeuwen: 5e eeuw · 4e eeuw · 3e eeuw
Decennia: 409-400 · 399-390 · 389-380
Jaren: << · < · 399 · 398 · 397 · > · >>
Jaartelling in verschillende culturen
Ab urbe condita: 356 CCCLVI
Chinese jaartelling: 2299 – 2300
己午 – 庚未
Hebreeuwse jaartelling: 3363 – 3364
- Kali yuga 2704 – 2705
Maçonnieke jaartelling: 3602 – 3603

Het jaar 398 v.Chr. is een jaartal volgens de christelijke jaartelling.




  • Dionysius I, tiran van Syracuse, verbreekt het vredesverdrag met Carthago en belegert Motya op het eiland dat nu San Pantaleo heet aan de westkust van Sicilië. Met behulp van katapulten wordt deze havenstad veroverd en de Carthaagse bevolking afgeslacht.



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398 v.Chr.
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