Historical events happened on January 13

January 13, 27 BC — Octavian begins the reorganization of the state and the army of the Roman Empire. The Romanian state becomes a Principality.

January 13, 532 — A revolt broke out in the capital of the Byzantine Empire during the reign of Justinian I and his wife, Theodora, known as the “Nika Uprising.” The revolt that took its name from the cry of the rebels: Nika (in Greek = victory) and it was attended by the entire population of Constantinople, who demanded the abdication of Justinian.