450 – Alcibiades was born in ancient Athens on 450 BC.
447 – Pericles and Ariphron beame his guardians.
432 – Alcibiades took part in the Battle of Potidaea where Socrates saved his life.
424 – He repaid a service at the Battle of Delium.
416-415 – He was not one of the generals involved in the capture of Melos.
412 – Alcibiades was about to kill by Astiochus but he received warning of this order and defected to the Persian satrap Tissaphernes.
411 – he was recalled by the "intermidiate regime" of the Five Thousand.
410 – He advocated for an aggressive foreign policy and was a prominent proponent of the SIcilian Expedition.
409 – Alcibiades and Thrasyllus began the siege of Chalcedon with about 190 ships. Alcibiades was able to win a small tactical land battle outside of the city gates.
407 – He returned to Athens in the spring of 407 BC.
406 – He set out from Athens with 1500 hoplites and a hundred ships.
404 – He was killed by a shower of arrows in Phrygia.