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|VI. Macedonia under the Tetrarchate|
|A.D. 284-305|| Diocletian introduses fundamental administrative reforms.The Roman state is divided into an eastern and a western pert, each ruled by an emperor and a caesar.
||ca. A.D. 300 ||Caesar Galerius selects Thessaloniki as his imperial seat.
||A.D. 318 ||The Diocese of Macedonia is founded,which includes the provinces of Macedonia,Old and New Epirus, Thessaly, Achaea, and Crete.
||A.D. 322/3 ||Constantine the Great constructs the harbour of Thessaloniki.
||A.D. 380 ||The Goths invade Macedonia again.
||A.D. 390 ||Slaughter in the Hippodrome of Thessaloniki.
||A.D. 395 ||Alaric's Visigoths invade Macedonia. The Roman state is finally and conclusively divided into eastern and western halves.