63 BC – Agrippa was born in the countryside of Rome.
45 BC – At the Battle of Munda, Agrippa served as a cavalry officer under Julius Caesar.
44 BC – Agrippa under Caesar was able to study in Apollonia, learned architecture.
42 BC – Returned to Greece and assumed command of the Macedonian legions.
41 BC – Agrippa was sent to handle the war against Lucius Antonius and Fulvia Antonia which ended in the capture of Perusia.
37 BC – Became a consul for Rome.
33 BC – Elected as Aedile, during his term he was able to make great improvements in the City of Rome.
27 BC – Agrippa was appointed as a consul for the third time under the rule of Octavian.
12 BC – Died in Campania at the age of 51.