A Puny AAR
Thought I would start by showing who we are actually trading with at the moment, our relations with them as well as who are paying tribute to us and who are our allies. Our manpower has not yet recovered but it shouldn't take long (max is around 55k). Our technology is at about the same level as the Seleucids, while countries like Rome are around 15.
Anyway, in the east the war between the Seleucids and Pontus end. Unfortunately it ended poorly for Pontus, and they lost Paphlagonia, Meskheti and Coraxi.
Well peace reigns for some more years, and then as our manpower has recovered we receive the wonderful news about civil war in the Seleucid Empire. The downside is that the rebels hardly seem strong enough and if that was not enough they don't have any provinces we want. Hopefully they can last, but for now war is declared on Rome. Rome has recovered reasonably well, their army might not be as large as previously but they do have some monetary reserves this time.
There is fierce fighting in Latium. I do win the first battle and lay siege to Rome, but the Romans keep trying to dislodge my army, and they eventually not only successfully beat my army, but manages to besiege and then occupy our cities in Campania. As the Seleucid civil war ends (as expected, one good thing though is that Macedonia no longer pay tribute to the Seleucids, unfortunately they are still allied) the Romans are in Lucania. I manage to defeat them and eventually crush their army, end up with only Apulia and Corfinium in the peace though, if I had occupied it would have tried to get Samnium as well.
So what about the rest of the world in 630 AUC? Well the Seleucids are strong, they annexed Pergamon during this decade as well as beating up Pontus as previously mentioned. The Allobroges are doing well if they plan to unite Gaul, they would still need to conquer Aedui to do so, which they surely seem capable of doing.