- 7th century B.C., the tombs dug not far from Porta Foligno and the remains of an inhabited area and fragments of vases belong to the Iron Age, while the bronze votive statues representing Mars are of the 5th and 4th century B.C.
- 308 B.C., on this date the Latin writer Livio recalls the battle of Mevania, but the episode is questioned by historians. It is certain, however, that after 295 Mevania with other Umbrian towns allied with Rome.
- 774, Lombard county in the context of the Duchy of Spoleto, Bevagna becomes nominally part of the State of the Church, although it continues to depend, as the entire duchy, by Frankish kings and then by the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire
- 1187, there are the first certain news of the free Municipality of Bevagna governed by the consuls
- 1249, citizens are authorized by the Pope to freely elect their mayor. This happens after the destruction of Bevagna by Emperor Frederick II, because it sided with the Church (the Guelph party).
- 1371, after having passed several times from the imperial to the papal domain and vice versa, the lordship of the Trinci of Foligno begins (Trincia VII, pontifical vicar, receives Bevagna as a gift from Pope Gregory IX) and it will last until 1439, when it is returned to the direct dominion of the Holy See.
- 1567, Bevagna returns to the Church after having been employed by the governor of the Duchy of Spoleto and the government of Perugia, and remains there until 1860, when the Pontifical Government ceases and Bevagna also becomes part of the Kingdom of Italy.