10 BC was an ordinary 1st century BC year that lasted 365 days. According to the Julian Calendar, the year started and ended on a Sunday. its Sunday letter was A.
Julus Antônio, son of the triumvir, and Quintus Fabius Maximus Africanus, Roman consuls.
Tiberius and Drusus spend the winter preparing for the campaign, the former against the Dacians or Getas, the latter against the Germans.
At the beginning of the year, Tiberius and Drusus end their campaigns, and Augustus, back in Rome with the two princes, closes the temple of Janus, the third and last time this has happened.
Augusto marries his daughter Julia to Tiberius.
The construction of Caesarea Sebaste is completed in the twenty-eighth year of Herod's reign.
After the construction of Caesarea, Herod begins the construction of a new city, in a place called Capersala or Capersuluma, and calls it Antipatris, in honor of his father. Other buildings were made to honor other relatives: Cypro, named after his mother, and the Faselo tower in Jerusalem and the city of Faselo in the Jericho valley, in honor of his brother.
At the end of the year, war resumes in Germania, and Drusus leaves for the campaign. Tiberius is responsible for repressing an uprising in Dalmatia and Pannonia.