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pg 659HISTORICAL INDEX TO THE TEXT

Abdagaeses, a Parthian noble, 6. 36, 3; 37, 5; 43, 2; 44, 5.
Abdus, a Parthian officer, 6. 31, 3; 32, 3.
Abudius: see Ruso.
Acerronius, Cn., consul, 6. 45, 5.
Achaia, transferred from the senate to Caesar, 1. 76, 4; given in charge to the legate of Moesia, 1. 80, 1; visited by the false Drusus, 5. 10, 1: see also 2. 53, 1; 3. 7, 1; 4. 13, 1.
Acilius, M'., consul: see also Aviola. acta populi, diurna, or publica, 3. 3, 2.
— principum, 1. 72, 2; 4. 42, 3.
— senatus, 5. 4, 1.
Actium, battle of, alluded to, 1. 3, 7; 42, 5; 2. 53, 2; 3. 55, 1; 4. 5, 1.
actor publicus, the, 2. 30, 3; 3. 67, 3.
Acutia, wife of P. Vitellius, 6. 47, 1.
Adgandestrius, prince of the Chatti, offers to poison Arminius, 2. 88, 1.
Adrana (Eder), the, in Germany, 1. 56, 4.
aediles, powers and functions of, 2. 85, 2; 3. 52, 3; 4. 35, 5.
Aedui, rising of the, 3. 40, 1; 43, 1–46, 7.
Aeetes, king of Colchis, 6. 34, 3.
Aegaeum mare, the, 5. 10, 4.
Aegeae, in Asia, earthquake at, 2. 47, 4.
Aegeatae, 2. 47, 4.
Aegiensis civitas, 4. 13, 1.
Aegium, in Achaia, afflicted by earthquake, 4. 13, 1.
Aegyptus, visited by Germanicus, 2. 2–59; jealously secluded by Augustus, 2. 59, 4; held by two legions, 4. 5, 4; arrival of phoenix in, 6. 28, 1, 8: its records, 2. 60, 4; its religious rights forbidden at Rome, 2. 85, 5; importation of corn from, 2. 59, 4.
Aelius: see Gallus, Lamia, Seianus.
Aemilia: see Lepida, Musa.
Aemilium genus, the, glory of, 6. 27, 5; memorials of, 3. 72, 1.
Aemilius, an officer, 2. 11, 2; 4. 42, 2: see also Lepidus, Scaurus.
Aeneas, the ancestor of the Iulian gens, 4. 9, 3.
Aequus, Considius, punished for false accusation, 3. 37, 1.
aerarium, the, management of, 1. 75, 4.
— militare, the, 1. 78, 2; 5. 8, 1.
Aërias, founder of a temple in Cyprus, 3. 62, 5.
Aesculapius, temples of, 3. 63, 3; 4. 14, 1.
Aeserninus, Marcellus, an orator, 3. 11, 2.
Aethiopia, once conquered by Rhamses, 2. 60, 4.
Afer, Domitius, orator and accuser, 4. 52, 1; 66, 1.
Afranius, partisan of Pompeius, 4. 34, 5.
Africa, war in, see Tacfarinas; military force in, 4. 5, 4 (where see note); proconsuls of, 1. 53, 9; 2. 52, 5; 3. 20, 1; 32, 1; 35, 1; 58, 1; 72, 6; 4. 13, 5; 23, 2; search for Sibylline hymns in, 6. 12, 4.
Africanus, Iulius, a Gaul, 6. 7, 5.
Africum mare, the, 1. 53, 6.
Agrippa, Asinius, 4. 34, 1; 61, 1.
— Fonteius, 2. 30, 1; 86, 1.
— Haterius, D., trib. pl., 1. 77, 3; praetor, 2. 51, 2; cos. des., 3. 49, 4; cos., 3. 52, 1; an accuser, 6. 4, 2.
— M. (Vipsanius), son-in-law of Augustus, 1. 3, 1; 53, 4; 4. 40, 9; consulships of, 1. 3, 1; share of tribunician power, 3. 56, 3; rivalry of, with Tiberius, 6. 51, 4; violent deaths of the children of, 3. 19, 4; a grandson of, 3. 75, 1.
pg 660Agrippa, Postumus, character and banishment of, 1. 3, 4; 4, 3; 5, 2; put to death, 1. 6; 53, 3; 3. 30, 6; personated by a slave, 2. 39–40.
— Vibulenus, a knight, 6. 40, 1.
Agrippina, granddaughter of Augustus and wife of Germanicus, 1. 33, 2; character of, 1. 33, 6; 2. 72, 1; 3. 1, 1, &c.; present during the German mutiny, 1. 40, 2, foll.; sent away to the Treveri, 1. 41, 2; 42, 2; 44, 2; preserves the bridge and tends the wounded, 1. 69, 1, foll.; at enmity with Augusta, more highly esteemed than Livia, 2. 43, 5, 7; gives birth to Iulia at Lesbos, 2. 54, 1; with Germanicus at his death, 2. 72, 1; returns with his ashes, 2. 75, 1; 79, 1; 3. 1, 1; subject to the attacks of Seianus, 4. 12, 2, foll.; 17, 4; 39, 6; 40, 3; 67, 5; expostulates with Tiberius, 4. 52, 1; asks for another husband, 4. 53, 1; openly shows her suspicion of Tiberius, 4. 54, 1; is denounced by Tiberius to the senate, 5. 3, 2–5, 2; dies there of starvation, 6. 25, 1; charged falsely with adultery, 6. 25, 2–4.
— daughter of Germanicus and mother of Nero; wrote memoirs of her family, 4. 53, 3; married to Cn. Domitius, 4. 75, 1.
Ahenobarbus: see Domitius.
Alba, kings of, 4. 9, 3.
Albani, Caucasian race of the, 2. 68, 1; 4. 5, 4; 6. 33, 3, 5; 35, 3; alleged Thessalian origin of, 6. 34, 3.
Albanorum reges, 4. 9, 3.
Albis (Elbe), the, 1. 59, 6; 2. 14, 6; 19, 2; 22, 1; 41, 2; crossed by L. Domitius, 4. 44, 3.
Albucilla, a profligate woman, 6. 47, 2; 48, 6.
album senatorium, the, 4. 42, 3.
Alexander (the Great), comparison of, with Germanicus, 2. 73, 2; charter of asylum granted by, 3. 63, 5.
Alexandria, Germanicus blamed for visiting, 2. 59, 3; death of Rhescuporis at, 2. 67, 5.
Aliso, a fort in Germany, 2. 7, 4.
Alliaria, wife of Sempronius Gracchus, 1. 53, 8.
Amanus, Mt. (Amadagh), in Syria, 2. 83, 3.
Amasis, king of Egypt, 6. 28, 4.
Amathus, founder of temple to Amathusian Venus, 3. 62, 5.
Amazones, legends respecting the, 3. 61, 2; 4. 56, 1.
amicitia, formal renunciation of, 2. 70, 3; 3. 24, 5.
Amisia (Ems), the, 1. 60, 2; 63, 5; 2. 8, 1; 23, 1.
Amorgus, island of, a place of exile, 4. 13, 2; 30, 3.
Amphictyones, decree of the, 4. 14, 2.
amphitheatrum, at Fidenae, 4. 62, 2.
Ampsivarii, the, in Germany, 2. 8, 4; 22, 2; 24, 5.
Amunclanum mare, the, 4. 59, 2.
Ancharius: see Priscus.
Ancona, Cn. Piso lands at, 3. 9, 1.
Ancus, king, laws ascribed to, 3. 26, 6.
Andecavi, the, of Gaul, 3. 41, 1.
Angrivarii, the, in Germany, 2. 8, 4; 19, 3; 22, 3; 24, 5; 41, 2.
Annia: see Rufilla.
Annius: see Pollio, Vinicianus.
annona, care of, 2. 87, 1; 3. 54, 6; 4. 6, 6; 6. 13, 1.
Anteius, 2. 6, 1.
Anthemusias, a Parthian town, 6. 41, 2.
Antias ager, the: see Antium.
Antigonus (Doson), decree of, 4. 43, 4.
Antiochia, in Syria, people of, 2. 69, 3; cremation of Germanicus at, 2. 73, 5; 83, 3.
Antiochus, of Commagene, 2. 42, 7.
— (Magnus), of Syria, 2. 63, 3; 3. 62, 1.
Antistius, C., consul, 4. 1, 1: see also Labeo, Vetus.
Antium (Porto d' Anzo), temple of Fortuna Equestris at, 3. 71, 2.
Antius, C., set over the census of Gaul, 2. 6, 1.
Antonia, mother of Germanicus and Claudius, 3. 3, 2; 18, 4.
— minor, wife of L. Domitius, 4. 44, 3.
Antonius, Iullus, 1. 10, 2; 3. 18, 1; 4. 44, 5.
— L., son of the above, 4. 44, 4.
— M., 1. 1, 3; 2, 1; 9, 4; 10, 1; 3. 18, 1; 4. 43, 1; grandfather of Germanicus, 2. 43, 6; 53, 3; actions of, in Parthia and Armenia, 2. 2, 4; 3. 2; letters of, abusing Augustus, 4. 34, 8.
pg 661Aphrodisias, asylum at, 3. 62, 2.
Apicata, wife of Seianus, 4. 3, 5; 11, 4.
Apicius, 4. 1, 3.
Apidius: see Merula.
Apollo, Clarian, 2. 54, 3; Pythian, legends respecting the birthplace of, 3. 61, 1.
Apollonidenses, 2. 47, 4.
Aponius, L., eques, 1. 29, 2.
Appia via, the, 2. 30, 1.
Appianus, Appius, 2. 48, 3.
Appius: see Silanus.
Appuleia: see Varilla.
Appuleius, Sex., consul, 1. 7, 3.
Apronia, wife of Plautius Silvanus, 4. 22, 1.
Apronius, L., 1. 56, 1; 72, 1; 2. 32, 4; 3. 64, 4; 4. 22, 1; proconsul of Africa, 3. 21, 1, foll.; legatus of Lower Germany, 4. 73, 1, foll.
— L. (or Aponius), a knight, 1. 29, 2.
— Caesianus, 3. 21, 6.
Apulia, coast of, 4. 71, 6; magistrates of, 3. 2, 1.
Aquilia, exiled, 4. 42, 3.
ara adoptionis, 1. 14, 3; amicitiae et clementiae, 4. 74, 3; ultionis, 3. 18, 3; see also Drusus, Hercules, Sol, Ubii.
Arabes, the, 6. 28, 6; 44, 7.
Archelaus, king of Cappadocia, 2. 42, 2.
Arduenna (Ardennes), forest of, 3. 42, 2.
Areum iudicium, court of Areopagus, the, 2. 55, 2.
Argolicus, an Archaean of rank, 6. 18, 3.
Ariobarzanes, king of Armenia, 2. 4, 2.
Aristonicus, war of the Romans with, 4. 55, 2.
Armenia (maior) and Armenii, situation of, 2. 56, 1; formerly conquered by Rhamses, 2. 60, 4; wavering, but on the whole inclined to Parthian alliance, 2. 3, 2; 56, 1; relations of, with Augustus, 2. 2–3; settled by Germanicus, 2. 43, 1; 56, 2–4; 64–1; seized by Artabanus for his son, 6. 31, 2; gained possession of by Mithridates the Hiberian with Roman aid, 6. 32, 5–36, 2.
Arminius, prince of the Cherusci, the organiser of the rising against Varus, 1. 55, 3; 58, 3–5; at enmity with Segestes, 1. 55, 2; wife and son of, 1. 57, 5; 58, 9; uncle of, 1. 60, 1; brother of, 2. 9, 1; leads the resistance against the Romans, 1. 59, 2, foll.; 63–68; 2. 2–9; 21, 1; at war with Maroboduus, 2. 44, 3, foll.; death and character of, 2. 88.
Arnus (Arno) the, 1. 79, 1.
Arpus, prince of the Chatti, 2. 7, 2.
Arruntius, L., a distinguished senator and pleader, 1. 8, 4; 13, 1; 3. 11, 2; 6. 5, 1; a possible aspirant to empire, 1. 13, 2; one of a board to deal with inundations of the Tiber, 1. 76, 3; 79, 1; defends L. Sulla, 3. 31, 5; repels an accusation, 6. 7; not allowed to go to Spain, 6. 27, 3; is afterwards accused and commits suicide, 6. 47, 2–48, 5.
Arsaces, a Parthian prince, made king of Armenia, 6. 31, 2; 33, 1.
Arsacidae, Parthian royal race of the, 2. 1, 1; 2, 2; 3, 3; 6. 34, 5.
Artabanus (III), king of Parthia, 2. 3, 1; 4, 4; of mixed blood, 6. 42, 4; renews treaty with Germanicus, 2. 58, 1; obnoxious to his own subjects, 6. 31, 1; contests Armenia with Mithridates, 6. 6–31; driven from his own kingdom into exile in Scythia, 6. 36, 4; recalled, 6. 6–43; treatment of Seleucia by, 6. 42, 3.
Artavasdes, kings of Armenia named, 2. 3, 2; 4, 1.
Artaxata (Artaschat), capital of Armenia, 2. 56, 3; occupied by the Hiberi, 6. 33, 1.
Artaxias, kings of Armenia named, 2. 3, 3; 56, 3; 6. 31, 2.
Artemita, a Parthian town, 6. 41, 2.
Aruseius, L., an accuser, 6. 7; 40, 1.
Asia, province of, 2. 54, 2; 3. 7, 1; 4. 14, 2; proconsuls of, 2. 47, 5; 3. 32, 3; 66, 2; 68, 1; 4. 36, 4; 56, 3; procurator of, 4. 15, 3; massacre of Romans in, by Mithridates, 4. 14, 3; earthquakes in, 2. 47, 1; 4. 13, 1; asyla in, 3. 61, 1, foll.; temple erected to Tiberius by, 4. 15, 5; 37, 1; 55, 1.
Asinius, C., consul, 4. 1, 1.
see Agrippa, Gallus, Pollio, Saloninus.
Asprenas, L., 1. 53, 9; 3. 18, 5.
pg 662asyla, deputations respecting, 3. 3–60; 4. 14.
Ateius, M., 2. 47, 5: see also Capito.
Athenae and Athenienses, 2. 63, 3; honours paid to Germanicus by, 2. 53, 3; conduct of Piso towards, 2. 55, 1; laws framed by Solon for, 3. 26, 5.
Atia, 3. 68, 3.
Atidius: see Geminus.
Atilius, A., temple vowed by, in Punic wars, 2. 49, 2.
— a freedman, 4. 62, 2; 63, 3.
Atticus, Curtius, a knight, friend of Tiberius, 4. 58, 1; put to death through Seianus, 6. 10, 2.
— Pomponius, great-grandfather of Drusus Caesar, 2. 43, 7.
Attius, a centurion, 6. 24, 2.
Attus: see Clausus.
Atys, mythical king of Lydia, 4. 55, 7.
Aufidienus: see Rufus.
augur, the, pollution liable to attach to, 1. 62, 3.
augurale, the, in camp, 2. 13, 1.
Augusta, Iulia, formerly Livia, wife of Augustus, circumstances of the marriage of, 1. 10, 4; 5. 1, 3; companion of Augustus in travel, 3. 34, 12; suspected of causing the deaths of Gaius and Lucius, 1. 3, 3; and of Augustus, 1. 5, 1; secures the succession to Tiberius, 1. 5, 6; 4. 57, 4; adopted by will, 1. 8, 2; saves Haterius, 1. 13, 7; receives honours from the senate, 1. 14, 1; 4. 16, 6; popular opinion respecting, 1. 10, 4; believed to have intrigued against Germanicus in the East, 2. 43, 5; 77, 6; 82, 2; abstains from his obsequies, 3. 3, 1; constant in enmity to Agrippina, 1. 33, 5; 2. 43, 5; 4. 12, 6; yet protects her against Tiberius and Seianus, 5. 3, 1; upholds Urgulania, 2. 34, 3; 4. 22, 3; protects Plancina, 3. 15, 3; 17, 2; 6.26, 4; supports the younger Iulia in exile, 4. 71, 7; honoured by provincial worship, 4. 15, 4; 37, 1; at variance with her son, 1. 72, 5; 3. 64, 1; 4. 57, 4; suffers from a serious illness and recovers, 3. 64, 1; 71, 1; death, character, and funeral of, 5. 1; divine honours declined for, 5. 2, 1.
see Agrippina (junior).
Augustales ludi, the, 1. 15, 3; 54, 3.
— sodales, the, 1. 54, 1; 2. 83, 2; 3. 64, 3.
Augusti cultores, the, in Rome, 1. 73, 2.
— forum, the, in Rome, 4. 15, 3.
Augustodunum (Autun), the chief town of the Aedui, 3. 43, 1; 45, 2; 46, 7.
Augustus, gradually prevails over all rivals, 1. 1, 3; 2, 1; 9, 1; 10, 1; married to Livia, 1. 10, 4; quelled a mutiny, 1. 42, 5; consecrated the spoils at Actium, 2. 53, 2; stations the captured fleet at Forum Iulii, 4. 5, 1; frames a constitution in his sixth consulship, 3. 28, 3; secures ascendancy by his tribunician power, 1. 2, 1; 3. 56, 2; gradually grasps more functions, 1. 2, 1; takes measures to secure the succession, 1. 3, 1, foll.; visits provinces, 1. 46, 3; 3. 34, 12; carries out a policy in the East, 2. 2–1; sets apart Egypt, 2. 59, 4; legislates to promote marriage, 3. 25, 2; 28, 3; also against adultery, 2. 50, 2; and luxury, 3. 54, 3; extends law of maiestas, 1. 72, 4; institutes office of praefectus urbis, 6. 11, 3; modified ancient rules, 4. 16, 4; restores temples, 2. 49, 1; adorns the city, 1. 9, 6; permits others to do so, 3. 72, 2; favours amusements, 1. 54, 3; 76, 6; 77, 4; forms plans for the marriage of his daughter, 4. 39, 5; 40, 8; punishes her and his granddaughter, 1. 53, 1; 3. 24, 2; 4. 71, 6; self-control of, at the death of grandsons, 3. 6, 3; pays funeral honours to Drusus, 3. 5, 2; behaviour of, to Tiberius, 1. 3, 3; 10. 6; 4. 57,6; to Agrippa Postumus, 1. 3,4: 5, 1; 6, 3; to Germanicus, 1. 3, 5; 4. 57, 6; to Hortalus, 2. 37, 2; mentions citizens who might be dangerous, 1. 13, 2; aspired to divine honours, 4. 38, 5; was worshipped during life, 1. 10, 5; 4. 37, 4; last days and death of, 1. 4, 2; 5, 1, foll.; will of, 1. 1, 8; other documents, 1. 11, 6; posthumous warning of, against extension of the empire, 1. 11, 7; funeral honours, 1. 8, 4; deification, 1. 10, 8; priesthood to,
pg 6631. 54, 1; 2. 83, 2; 3. 64, 3: games to, 1. 15, 3; 54, 3; sacrifices, 4. 52, 3; cultores of, 1. 73, 2; temples, 1. 10, 8; 78, 1; 4. 57, 1; 6. 45, 2; statues, 1. 73, 2; 3. 63, 5; 4. 67, 6; general review of conflicting judgements respecting, 1. 1–9; boast of descent from or relationship to, 3. 4, 3; 4. 52, 4; 75, 2.
Aurelius: see Cotta, Pius.
Auzea, in Africa, 4. 25, 1.
Aventinus, mons, fire upon, 6. 45, 1.
Aviola, Acilius, an officer, 3. 41, 2.

 

Bactriani, the, once conquered by Rhamses, 2. 60, 4.
Baduhenna, grove of, in Germany, 4. 73, 7.
Balbus, works of, 3. 72, 2.
— Laelius, an accuser, 6. 47, 1; 48, 7.
Bastarnae, the, 2. 65, 5.
Batavi, the, auxiliaries, 2. 8, 3; 11, 3; island of the, 2. 6, 3.
Bathyllus, a pantomimist, 1. 54, 3.
Belgae, the, 1. 34, 1; 43, 3; 3. 40, 3.
bellum civile, the, 2. 43, 3; 3. 27, 4; 6. 11, 3 (see also Italicum, Perusinum).
Bibaculus, poems of, 4. 34, 8.
Bibulus, C., aedile, 3. 52, 3.
Bithynia, proconsul of, accused, 1. 74, 1.
Bithynum mare, the, 2. 60, 4.
Blaesus, Iunius, legatus of Pannonia, 1. 1–16; 29, 2; uncle of Seianus, 3. 35, 3; proconsul of Africa by special appointment, id.; continued in office, 3. 58, 1; receives triumphalia, 3. 72, 6; saluted as imperator, 3. 74, 6; alluded to as dead, 5. 7, 2.
— Iunius, son of the above, 1. 19, 4; 29, 2; with his father in Africa, 3. 74, 2; commits suicide with his brother, 6. 40, 3.
Blandus, Rubellius, votes given by, 3. 23, 2; 51, 1; marries Iulia, daughter of Drusus, 6. 27, 1; appointed on a commission, 6. 45, 3.
Bovillae, shrine of the Iulii at, 2. 41, 1.
Britanni, the, and Brittannia, restore shipwrecked soldiers, 2. 24, 5.
Bructeri, the, in Germany, 1. 51, 4; 60, 2.
Brundisium, 2. 30, 1; 3. 1, 2; 7, 2; 4. 27, 1; treaty of, 1. 10, 2.
Bruttedius Niger, an accuser, 3. 66, 2.
Brutus, L. (Iunius), 1. 1, 1.
— M. (Iunius), 1. 2, 1; praised by Cordus, 4. 34, 1; speeches of, 4. 34, 8; effigies of, 3. 76, 5; 4. 35, 3; Iunia, sister of, 3. 76, 1.
Byzantium, a Thracian city, 2. 54, 2.

 

Cadra, a hill in Cilicia, 6. 41, 1.
Caecilianus, C., an accuser, 6. 7, 1.
— Magius, praetor, 3. 37, 1.
Caecilius: see Cornutus.
Caecina, A. Severus, legatus of Lower Germany, 1. 31, 2; 37, 3; 48, 1; 56, 1; 60, 2; 61, 2; 63, 5; 64, 6; 65, 8; 66, 3: 72, 1; 2. 6, 1; 3. 34, 1; speaks in the senate, 3. 18, 3; 33, 1.
Caeles, Vibenna, an Etruscan prince, 4. 65, 1.
caelestes, honores, decreed, 1. 10, 8; refused, 5. 2, 1.
Caelius, C., consul, 2. 41, 2: see also Cursor.
— Mons, at Rome, 4. 64, 1, foll.
Caepio: see Crispinus.
Caesar: see Augustus, Claudius, Gaius, Germanicus, Nero, Tiberius.
— Gaius Iulius, the dictator, 1. 1, 3; 8, 6; 4. 43, 1; gardens bequeathed by, 2. 41, 1; bore the loss of his daughter, 3. 6, 3; quelled a mutiny by a word, 1. 42, 5; replied to a treatise of Cicero, 4. 34, 7; legislates respecting usury, 6. 16, 1.
— Gaius, grandson and adopted son of Augustus, 1. 3, 2; 53, 2; 4. 1, 3; 6. 51, 2; sent to the East, 2. 4, 2; 42, 3; 3. 48, 2; married to Livia, 4. 40, 5; death of, 1. 3, 3.
— Lucius, brother of the above, 1. 3, 2; 53, 2; 6. 51, 2; betrothed to Lepida, 3. 23, 1; death of, 1. 3, 3.
Caesellius: see Bassus.
Caesia silva, the, 1. 50, 2.
Caesianus: see Apronius.
Caesius: see Cordus.
Caetronius, C., legatus legionis, 1. 44, 3.
Calabria, 3. 1, 1; 2, 1.
Cales, 6. 15, 2.
Caligula: see Gaius.
Calpurnium genus, the, 3. 24, 1.
Calpurnius, an officer, 1. 39, 7.
— L., cos., 4. 62, 1.
see also Salvianus, Piso.
pg 664Calusidius, a soldier, 1. 35, 6.
Calvisius, C., consul, 4. 46, 1: see also Sabinus.
Camillus (M. Furius), the 'reciperator urbis,' 2. 52, 8.
— Furius, defeats Tacfarinas, 2. 52, 5, 9; 3. 20, 1.
— Furius Scribonianus, consul, 6. 1, 1.
Campania, stay of Tiberius in, 3. 31, 2; 47, 4; dedication of temples in, 4. 57, 1; 67, 1; magistrates of, 3. 2, 1.
Campus Martis, the, 1. 15, 1; place of funeral of Augustus, 1. 8, 6; of Germanicus, 3. 4, 2.
Caninius: see Gallus.
Canninefates, the, ala of, 4. 73, 2.
Canopus (Aboukir), 2. 60, 1.
Capito, Ateius, 1. 76, 3; 79. 1; character, and juristic knowledge of, 3. 70, 2; death of, 3. 75, 1.
Capito, Fonteius, proconsul of Asia, 4. 36, 4.
— Lucilius, a procurator, 4. 15, 3.
Capitolium, and Mons Capitolinus, the, burning of, 6. 12, 4; refuge in, 3. 36, 2.
Cappadocia, once subject to Rhamses, 2. 60, 4; kingdom of Archelaus, 2. 42, 2; becomes a province, 2. 42, 6; 56, 4.
Capreae (Capri), island of, described, 4. 67, 1, foll.; occupied by Tiberius, 4. 67, 5; 6. 1, 1; 2, 4; 10, 2; 20, 1.
Capua, temple of Juppiter at, 4. 57, 1; 67, 1.
Carmanii, the, relations of Artabanus with, 6. 36, 5.
carmina (incantations), use of, 2. 28, 3; 69, 5; 4. 22, 4.
Carsidius: see Sacerdos.
Caspia via, the, 6. 33, 4.
Cassia familia, the, 6. 15, 3.
Cassius: see Asclepiodotus, Chaerea, Severus.
— C., the assassin of Caesar, 1. 2, 1; 10, 2; 2. 43, 3; 4. 34, 1, foll.; Iunia, wife of, 3. 76, 1; effigies of, 4. 34, 3.
— L., married to Drusilla, 6. 15, 1; 45, 3.
— an actor, 1. 73, 2, 4.
Cato, the censor, 3. 66, 2; 4. 56, 1.
— M. (the younger), 4. 34, 7.
— Porcius, an accuser, 4. 68, 2.
Catonius: see Iustus.
Catualda, a Goth, 2. 62, 2, 6; 63, 6.
Catullus, abuse of Caesar by, 4. 34, 8.
Catus, Firmius, a senator, 2. 27, 2; 30, 1; 4. 31, 7.
Celenderis (Chelendreh), in Cilicia, 2. 80, 1.
Celer, Domitius, a friend of Cn. Piso, 2. 77, 1; 78, 2; 79, 3.
— Propertius, 1. 75, 5.
Celsus, a knight, 6. 14, 1.
— Iulius, an officer, 6. 9, 6; 14, 2.
Cenchreus, a stream near Ephesus, 3. 61, 1.
censoria potestas, exercised by Volusius, 3. 30, 2.
centesima rerum venalium, the, 1. 78, 2; 2. 42, 6.
Cercina (Kerkena), an island, 1. 53, 6; 4. 13, 4.
Ceres, temple of, 2. 49, 1.
Cestius, C., a senator, 3. 36, 2; 6. 7, 3; 31, 1.
Cethegus, Cornelius, consul, 4. 17, 1.
— Labeo, legatus legionis, 4. 73, 4.
Chaerea, Cassius, afterwards the assassin of Gaius, 1. 32, 5.
Chaldaei, astrologers, 2. 27, 2; 3. 22, 2; 6. 20, 3.
Charicles, a physician of Tiberius, 6. 50, 3.
Chariovalda, a Batavian, 2. 11, 3.
Chatti, the, 1. 55, 1; 56, 1, 3, 7; 2. 7, 1; 25, 2; 41, 2; princes of the, 2. 7, 2; 88, 1.
Chauci, the, 1. 38, 1; 2. 24, 3; auxiliaries of Rome, 1. 60, 2; 2. 17, 7. Cherusci, the, 1. 56, 7; 59, 2; 1. 60, 1; 64, 3; 2. 19, 3; 26, 3; defeated in battle, 2. 16, 4, foll.; 41, 2; at war with the Suebi, 2. 44, 2, foll.
Cibrya, in Asia, injured by earthquake, 4. 13, 1.
Cicero, M., praise of Cato by, 4. 34, 7.
Cilicia, 2. 58, 2; 3. 48, 2; 6. 31, 2; resistance of Cn. Piso in, 2. 80, 1, foll.; petty kings of, 2. 42, 7; 78, 3: see also Clitae.
Cinithii, the, in Africa, 2. 52, 5.
Cinna, despotism of, 1. 1, 2.
circenses ludi, regular, 2. 83, 2.
Circus Maximus, the, 2. 49, 1; fires in, 6. 45, 1.
Cirtenses, the, in Africa, 3. 74, 2.
civis servati decus, 3. 21, 3.
civitas, gifts of, 3. 40, 2.
civitates liberae; cp. 4. 36, 3.
Clanis (Chiana), the, 1. 79, 1.
Clarius: see Apollo.
classicum, proclamation of executions by, 2. 32, 5.
pg 665classis: see Misenum, Ravenna.
Claudia familia, and Claudii, the, 1. 4, 3; 2. 43, 7; 3. 5, 2; 4. 9, 3; 64, 5; 5. 1, 1; 6. 51, 1.
— (Silana), wife of Gaius, 6. 20, 1; 45, 5.
see Pulchra, Quinta.
Claudius (Ti.), made sodalis Augustalis, 1. 54, 2; meets the remains of Germanicus, 3. 2, 4; 3. 3, 1–3; omitted in the vote of thanks, and looked on by none as a possible emperor, 3. 18, 4; son of, betrothed to the daughter of Seianus, 3. 29, 5; thought of by Tiberius as a successor, but set aside as imbecile, 6. 46, 2; had literary tastes, 6. 46, 2; history of his rule falsified by servility and spite, 1. 1, 5.
Claudius: see Drusus, Marcellus, Nero.
Clausus, Attus, ancestor of the Claudii, 4. 9, 3.
Clemens, personates Agrippa Postumus, 2. 39–40.
— Iulius, a centurion, 1. 23, 4; 26, 1; 28, 5.
Clementia, altar to, 4. 74, 3.
Clitae, the, in Cilicia, 6. 41, 1.
Clutorius: see Priscus.
Cocceius: see Nerva.
Coelaletae, the, in Thrace, 3. 38, 5.
Colchi, the, 6. 34, 3.
Colophon, oracle at, 2. 54, 3.
Cominius, C., pardoned for a libel, 4. 31, 2.
Commagene, kingdom of, 2. 42, 7; placed under a legatus, 2. 56, 5.
commentarii Agrippinae, 4. 53, 3.
Concordia, offering to, 2. 32, 3.
confarreatio, disuse of, 4. 16, 2–3.
congiaria, gift of, 2. 42, 1; 3. 29, 3.
Considius: see Aequus, Proculus.
consules, question put to by Caesar, 3. 17, 8.
— designati, asked first, 3. 22, 6; 49, 4; 4. 42, 3.
Corbulo, Domitius, complains of L. Sulla, 3. 31, 4; prosecutes those responsible for the roads, 3. 31, 7.
Corcyra (Corfu), Agrippina at, 3. 1, 1.
Cordus, Caesius, proconsul of Crete, 3. 38, 1; 70, 1.
— Cremutius, trial and defence of, 4. 34–35.
Corinthiense littus, the, 5. 10, 4.
Cornelia, a vestal virgin, 4. 16, 6.
Cornelius, an accuser, 6. 29, 7; 30, 1.
see Balbus, Cethegus, Cossus, Dolabella, Lupus, Maluginensis, Merula, Scipio, Sulla.
Cornutus, Caecilius, 4. 28, 2; 30, 3.
coronae aureae, presented, 2. 57, 5.
Corvinus, Messalla, praef. urbis, 6. 11, 4; a noted orator, 3. 34, 2; spoke of Cassius as his general, 4. 34, 6; son of, 3. 34, 2.
Corvus, Valerius, consulships of, 1. 9, 2.
Cosa, in Etruria, 2. 39, 3.
Cossus, Cornelius, consul, 4. 34, 1.
Cotta, Lucius, 3. 66, 2.
Cotta Messalinus, M. Aurelius, 2. 32, 2; 3. 2, 5; 17, 8; 4. 20, 6; 5. 3, 4; 6. 5, 1.
Cotys, king of Thrace, seized and killed by his uncle Rhescuporis, 2. 2–64; wife and children of, 2. 67, 3; 3. 38, 4; 4. 5, 5.
Cous, island of, 2. 75, 2; asylum of Aesculapius at, 4. 14, 1.
Crassus, influence of, 1. 1, 3: see also Licinius.
Cremutius: see Cordus.
Creta, island of, 4. 21, 5; proconsul of, 3. 38, 1: deputation from, 3. 63, 6; laws of Minos for, 3. 26, 4.
Creticus: see Silanus.
Crispinus, Caepio, an accuser, 1. 74, 1.
Crispus: see Sallustius.
cruppellarii, Gallic gladiators called, 3. 43, 3.
Cruptorix, a Frisian, 4. 73, 7.
Ctesiphon, the Parthian capital, 6. 42, 6.
cuneus iuniorum, the, 2. 83, 5.
Cursor, Caelius, 3. 37, 1.
Curtisius, T., leader of a slave band, 4. 27, 1.
Curtius: see Atticus.
custodia militaris, 3. 22, 5; publica, 3. 36, 4; domibus magistratuum, 6. 3, 3.
Cusus (Waag), the, 2. 63, 7.
Cutius: see Lupus.
Cyclades, the, 2. 55, 3; 5. 10, 1.
Cyclopes, legend of the, 3. 61, 2.
Cyme, in Asia, 2. 47, 4.
Cyprus, asyla at, 3. 62, 4.
Cyrenenses, the, governors accused by, 3. 70, 1.
pg 666Cyrrus, in Syria, 2. 57, 2.
Cyrus, king of Persia, 3. 62, 4; 6. 31, 2.
Cythera, island of, chosen for exile, 3. 69, 8.
Cyziceni, the, deprived of freedom, 4. 36, 2.

 

Dahae, the, in Scythia, 2. 3, 1.
damnati, not allowed burial or testamentary disposition, 6. 29, 2; erased from records, 3. 17, 8; 6. 2, 1.
Danuvius, the, 2. 63, 1; 4. 5, 5.
Dareus, king of Persia, 3. 63, 5.
Davara, in Cilicia, 6. 41, 1.
decimatio, punishment of, 3. 21, 1.
Decrius, an officer, 3. 20, 2.
decuriae, the, of judges, 3. 30, 2.
Delmatia, 2. 53, 1; 4. 5, 5; sea of, 3. 9, 1.
Delmaticum bellum, the, 6. 37, 4.
Delphi, 2. 54, 4.
Delus, 3. 61, 1.
Denter, Romulius, vicegerent of Romulus, 6. 11, 1.
Dentheliates ager, dispute respecting the, 4. 43, 2.
devotiones, 2. 69, 5; 3. 13, 3; 4. 52, 2 (see also carmina).
di hospitales, penetrales Germaniae, 2. 10, 1; ultores, 4. 28, 3.
Dialis: see flamines.
Diana, birthplace of, 3. 61, 1; of Ephesus, 3. 61, 1; 4. 55, 6; Leucophryna, 3. 62, 1; Limnatis, 4. 43, 1; Persica, 3. 62, 4.
Didymus, a freedman of Tiberius, 6. 24, 2.
Dii, the, in Thrace, 3. 38, 5.
dilectus, held at Rome, 1, 31, 4; in provinces, 4. 4, 4; 46, 2.
Dinis, a Thracian, 4. 50, 2.
Dolabella, P. Cornelius, a servile senator, 3. 47, 4; 69, 1; an accuser, 4. 66, 2; proconsul of Africa, 4. 23, 2; defeats and kills Tacfarinas, 4. 24–6.
Domitius: see Afer, Celer, Corbulo, Pollio.
— Cn. (Ahenobarbus), commander of a fleet in the civil wars, 4. 44, 2.
— Cn. Ahenobarbus, husband of Agrippina and father of Nero, 4. 75, 1; 6. 45, 3; 6. 48, 1: consul, 6. 1, 1; accused under Tiberius, 6. 47, 2.
— L. (Ahenobarbus), killed after Pharsalia, 4. 44, 2.
— L. (Ahenobarbus), husband of Antonia, 4. 44, 3; commanded in Germany, 1. 63, 6; crossed the Elbe, 4. 44, 3.
dona, vows of, 3. 71, 1; 6. 25, 5.
donativum, to soldiers (cp. 1. 2, 1).
Donusa, island of, 4. 30, 2.
Drusi, family of the, 1. 28, 6; 2. 32, 2; 4. 7, 3.
Drusiana fossa, the, 2. 8, 1.
Drusilla, daughter of Germanicus, 6. 15, 4.
Drusus (Livius), the tribune, 3. 27, 3.
— (Nero Claudius), brother of Tiberius, imperator, 1. 3, 1; works of, in Germany, 1. 56, 1; 2. 8, 1; altar there to, 2. 7, 3; imposes tribute on the Frisii, 4. 72, 2; funeral honours of, 3. 5, 1; remembered with affection, 1. 33, 4; 41, 3; 2. 41, 5; 82, 3; 6. 51, 2.
— Caesar, son of Tiberius, maternal lineage of, 2. 43, 7; 3. 19, 4; character of, 1. 29, 4; 76, 5; 3. 8, 4; 4. 3, 2; wife and children of, 2. 43, 7; 84, 1; 4. 3, 4; 15, 1; 6. 27, 1; friendly to Germanicus and his sons, 2. 43, 7: 4. 4, 2; sent to quell the Pannonian mutiny, 1. 1–24; also to watch the war between Maroboduus and Arminius, 2. 2–44; 62–64; visited in Delmatia by Germanicus, 2. 53, 1; and by Cn. Piso, 3. 8, 1; in Rome at the funeral honours of the former, 3. 2, 4; and during the trial of the latter, 3. 11, 1; receives an ovation, 2. 64, 1; 3. 11, 1; 19, 4; consulships of, 1. 55, 1; 3. 31, 1; tribunician power of, 3. 56, 1; gains popularity in Rome, 3. 31, 3; 36, 4; 37, 2; poisoned by contrivance of his wife Livia, who had been corrupted by Seianus, 4. 3, 2; 8, 1; 11, 4; funeral honours of, 4. 9, 2; conduct of Tiberius at the death of, 4. 8, 2; false report that Tiberius had caused the death of, 4. 10–11.
Drusus Caesar, son of Germanicus, assumes the toga virilis, 4. 4, 1; introduced to the senate, 4. 8, 5; included in the annual 'vota,' 4. 17, 1; praefectus urbis at the feriae Latinae, 4. 36, 1; pg 667a partisan of Seianus against his brother Nero, 4. 60, 4; married to Aemilia Lepida, 6. 40, 4; orders given to Macro respecting, 6. 23, 5; personated by an impostor, 5. 10, 1, foll.; dies of starvation in prison in the Palatium, 6. 23, 4; account of last hours of, published, 6. 24.
see Libo.
Duilius, C., temple built by, 2. 49, 1.
duodecim tabulae, the, 3. 27, 1; 6. 16, 3.

 

edicta: see plebes.
effigies: see statuae.
Egnatius (Rufus), put to death by Augustus, 1. 10, 3.
Elephantine, a boundary of the Roman empire, 2. 61, 2.
Elymaei, the, in the East, 6. 44, 5.
Ennia, wife of Macro, 6. 45, 5.
Ennius, L., a knight, 3. 70, 2.
— M'., an officer, 1. 38, 2.
Ephesus, temple and sanctuary of Diana at, 3. 61, 1; 4. 55, 6.
Epidaphna, near Antioch, the place of death of Germanicus, 2. 83, 3.
Erato, queen of Armenia, 2. 4, 3.
Erycus, temple at, in Sicily, 4. 43, 6.
Erythrae, 6. 12, 4.
Esquilina porta, the, 2. 32, 5.
etesiae, the winds called, 6. 33, 5.
Etruria, and Etrusci, 2. 39, 3; 4. 5, 5.
Euboea, 2. 54, 1; 5. 10, 4.
Eudemus, a physician, agent in the death of Drusus, 4. 3, 5; 11, 4.
evocatus, military rank of, 2. 68, 3.
Euphrates, the, a frontier between Rome and Parthia, 2. 58, 1; 4. 5, 4; 6. 31, 4; 37, 1.

 

Fabatus, Rubrius, 6. 14, 3.
Fabius: see Maximus, Paulus.
Fabricius, alluded to, 2. 33, 3; 88, 2.
faeneratores, attack on, 6. 16–17.
Falanius, a knight, 1. 73, 1.
familiae (servorum), magnitude of, 3. 53, 5; 4. 27, 3.
feminae, special laws respecting, 2. 85, 1; 3. 33–34.
feriae Latinae, 4. 36, 1; 6. 11, 2.
fetiales, motion respecting the, 3. 64, 4.
Fidena, fall of amphitheatre at, 4. 62, 2.
Firmius: see Catus.
Flaccus, L. Pomponius, 2. 32, 2; 41, 2; legatus of Moesia, 2. 66, 3; 67, 1; dies as legatus of Syria, 6. 27, 3.
— Vescularius, a knight, 2. 28, 1; put to death, 6. 10, 2.
flamines, rules respecting, 3. 58; 71, 3; 4. 16.
Flaminia via, the, 3. 9, 1.
Flavius: see Vespasianus.
Flavus, brother of Arminius, 2. 9, 2; 10, 2.
Flevum, a fort among the Frisii, 4. 72, 6.
Flora, temple of, 2. 49, 1.
Florentini, petition from the, 1. 79, 1.
Florus, Iulius, heads the rebellion of the Treveri, 3. 40–42.
Fonteius: see Agrippa, Capito.
Fortuna, temples of, 2. 41, 1; 3. 71, 1.
Forum holitorium, the, 2. 49, 1.
— Iulium (Fréjus), colony and naval station of, 2. 63, 7; 4. 5, 1.
fossae (canals), constructed, 2. 8, 1.
Fregellanus, Pontius, 6. 48, 7.
Frisii, the, 1. 60, 2; revolt from Rome, 4. 72–74.
Fronto, Octavius, speaks against luxury, 2. 33, 1.
— Vibius, an officer, 2. 68, 3.
frumentum, price of, regulated, 2. 87, 1.
Fufius: see Geminus.
Fulcinius: see Trio.
Fundani montes, the, 4. 59, 2.
funus censorium, 4. 15, 3; 6. 27, 2; publicum, 3. 5, 1; 48, 1; 6. 11, 6.
Furius: see Camillus.
Furnius, condemned, 4. 52, 2, 6.

 

Gaetulicus: see Lentulus.
Gaius Caesar (the emperor), as a child in the camp, called 'Caligula,' 1. 41, 3; 69, 5; delivers the 'laudatio' on Augusta, 5. 1, 6; plotted against by Seianus, 6. 3, 4; profligacy imputed to, 6. 5, 1; 9, 3; 45, 5; married to Claudia, daughter of M. Silanus, 6. 20, 1; promises marriage to Ennia, 6. 45, 5; demeanour of, when living with Tiberius at Capreae, 6. 20, 1; 45, 5; remark of Passienus respecting, 6. 20, 2; court paid by Macro to, 6. 45, 5; 46, 6; judgement of Tiberius respecting, 6. 46, 1, 7, 8; and of Arruntius, 6. 48, 4; conduct of, during the last hours of
pg 668Tiberius, 6. 50, 7, 8; passionate temper of, 6. 45, 5; servility of Vitellius to, 6. 32, 7; assassinated by C. Chaerea, 1. 32, 5.
Galba, C. Sulpicius, consul, 3. 52, 1; commits suicide, 6. 40, 3.
— Ser. (Sulpicius), accused by Cato the censor, 3. 66, 2.
— Ser. (Sulpicius), afterwards emperor, consul, 6. 15, 1; prediction of Tiberius respecting, 6. 20, 3; luxury rampant till the rule of, 3. 55, 1.
Galla, Sosia, wife of C. Silius and friend of Agrippina, 4. 19, 1, 4; 20, 2; 52, 5.
Galli, the, regarded as wealthy and unwarlike, 3. 46, 2.
Gallia, fidelity of, 1. 34, 6; sixty-four states of, 3. 44, 1; census of, 1. 31, 2; 33, 1; 2. 6, 1; supplies and troops from, for the German war, 1. 47, 2; 71, 3; 2. 5, 3; 17, 6; rebellion of certain states of, 3. 3–40; fleet on the coast of, 4. 5, 1; Narbonensis, 2. 63, 6.
Gallio Iunius, 6. 3, 1.
Gallus, Aelius, 5. 8, 1.
— Asinius, son of Pollio, 1. 12, 6; opinion of Augustus respecting, 1. 13, 2; obnoxious to Tiberius, 1. 12, 6; refused to plead for Cn. Piso, 3. 11, 2; constantly prominent in the senate, 1. 8, 4; 13, 2; 76, 2; 77, 3; 2. 32, 4; 33, 3; 35, 1; 36, 1; 4. 20, 2; 30, 2; 71, 3; dies of starvation while awaiting trial, 6. 23, 1, foll.; charged by Tiberius with adultery with Agrippina, 6. 25, 2.
Gallus, Caninius, one of the quindecimviri, 6. 12, 1.
— Togonius, an obscure senator, 6. 2, 2.
— Vipstanus, praetor, 2. 51, 1.
Garamantes, the, in Libya, aid Tacfarinas, 3. 74, 2; 4. 23, 2; 26, 3.
Gellius: see Publicola.
Geminius, a knight, friend of Seianus, 6. 14, 1.
Geminus, Atidius, proconsul of Achaia, 4. 43, 5.
— Fufius, consul, 5. 1, 1; witticisms of, 5. 2, 3; death of, 6. 10, 1.
— Rubellius, consul, 5. 1, 1.
Gemoniae (scalae), the, in Rome, 3. 14, 6; 5. 9, 3; 6. 25, 4.
Germani, the, auxiliaries from, 1. 56, 1; military qualities of, 2. 5, 3; 14, 3, foll.; banquets of, 1. 50, 4; 55, 3; bodyguard of, at Rome, 1. 24, 3.
Germania, soil and climate of, 2. 23, 3; 24, 1; campaigns of Tiberius in, 1. 34, 5; 42, 6; 2. 26, 3; 46, 2; Arminius the liberator of, 2. 88, 3: cp. 1. 57, 2; 2. 45, 5.
— inferior and superior, provinces and armies of, 1. 31, 2, 3; 37, 4; 40, 1; 2. 39, 2; 3. 41, 3, foll.; 4. 5, 2; 73, 1; 6. 30, 3.
Germanicus, Caesar, son of Drusus Nero, maternal ancestry of, 2. 43, 6; personal appearance and popularity of, 1. 33, 5; 2. 13, 1; 41, 4; 72, 3; eloquence of, 2. 83, 4; marriage and children of, 1. 33, 2; 41, 3; 2. 41, 4; 54, 1 (see also Agrippina, Drusilla, Drusus, Gaius, Iulia, Nero); contemplated as successor by Augustus, 4. 57, 5; who compels Tiberius to adopt him, and places him in chief command in Germany, 1. 3, 5; jealousy and dislike of Tiberius towards, 1. 7, 1; 52, 1; 63, 3; 2. 5, 1; 26, 6; 42, 1; 43, 5; 59, 3; 3. 2, 5; 4. 1, 1; receives a second consulship, 2. 53, 1; proconsular power, 1. 14, 4; the title of imperator, 1. 58, 9; a triumph, 1. 55, 1; 2. 41, 2; and the award of an ovation, 2. 64, 1; quells with much difficulty and danger the German mutiny, 1. 1–34; first campaign of, against the Germans, 1. 1–49; second campaign and burial of the remains of the army of Varus, 1. 1–56; third campaign, 2. 2–6; is sent to the East, 2. 43, 1; visits various localities there, 2. 2–53; settles Armenia, 2. 56; receives offer of friendship from Parthia, 2. 58; is thwarted by Cn. Piso, 2. 55; 57; 69, 1; visits Egypt, 2. 2–59; returns to Syria and falls into an illness suspected to have been caused by Piso, 2. 69; dies and is burnt at Antioch, 2. 2–71; compared with Alexander, 2. 73, 3; public feeling and award of honours at Rome on news of the death of, 2. 2–82; renewed feeling on arrival of the remains, 3. 3–1; investigation pg 669respecting the death of, 3. 3–12; popularity of extended to family of, 3. 29, 3; 4. 12, 1; 15, 5; 6. 46, 1.
Getae, the, 4. 44, 1.
gladiatores, shows of, 1. 76, 6; 4. 62, 2.
Gotones, the, in Germany, 2. 62, 2.
Gracchi, the, alluded to, 3. 27, 3.
Gracchus, Sempronius, put to death in exile, 1. 53, 4; 4. 13, 4.
— (Sempronius), C., son of the above, 4. 13, 3, foll.; praetor, 6. 16, 5; an accuser, 6. 38, 4.
Graeci, the, traits of, 2. 53, 4; 88, 4; 5. 10, 2; courtiers, 2. 2, 6; 4. 58, 1; their abuse of asylum, 3. 60, 2; dress of, used by Romans, 2. 59, 2.
Granius, Q., 4. 21, 3: see Marcellus, Marcianus.
Gratianus, Tarius, 6. 38, 4.
Gyarus, island of, 3. 68, 2; 69, 8; 4. 30, 2.

 

Hadria, or Hadriaticum mare, 2. 53, 1.
Haemus (Balkan), Mt., 3. 38, 6; 4. 51, 4.
Halicarnasii, the, 4. 55, 5.
Halus, a Parthian town, 6. 41, 2.
Haterius, Q., an orator and leading senator, 1. 13, 4; 2. 33, 1; 3. 57, 2; 4. 61, 1: see also Agrippa.
Heliopolis, in Egypt, 6. 28, 4.
Helvius: see Rufus.
Heniochi, the, 2. 68, 2.
Hercules, 4. 38, 5; posterity of, 4. 43, 2; Lydian legend of, 3. 61, 3; the Egyptian, 2. 60, 3; the German, 2. 12, 1.
Hercynia silva, the, 2. 45, 4.
Hermunduri, the, in Germany, 2. 63, 6.
Hiberi, the, near Armenia, 4. 5, 4; habits, and alleged Thessalian origin of, 6. 34, 3; invade Armenia, 6. 33–36.
Hiero, a Parthian noble, 6. 42, 5; 43, 2.
Hierocaesarea, in Asia, 2. 47, 4; 3. 62, 4.
Hirtius (A.), suspicion respecting the death of, 1. 10, 1.
Hispaniae, the, 1. 71, 3; garrison of, 4. 5, 3; the three provinces, 1. 78, 1; 4. 13, 2; 45, 1; gold mines, 6. 19, 1.
Hispo: see Romanus.
histriones (and pantomimi), introduction of, in early times, 4. 14, 4; disorderly conduct of, 1. 54, 3; 77, 1; 4. 14, 4; senators and knights restricted from paying court to, 1. 77, 5.
Homonadenses, the, in Cilicia, 3. 48, 2.
hora genitalis, the, 6. 21, 3.
Hortalus, M., 2. 37, 1; 38, 5, 8.
Hortensius, the orator, 2. 37, 2; 38, 10.
Hostilius: see Tullus.
horti: see Caesar (Iulius).
Hypaepeni, the, in Asia, 4. 55, 3.
Hyrcani, the, in the East, flight of Artabanus to, 6. 36, 5; 43, 2.
— Macedones, the, in Asia, 2. 47, 4.

 

Ianus, temple of, 2. 49, 1.
Iaso, legendary descent of the Albani and Hiberi from, 6. 34, 3.
Idisiaviso, plain of, 2. 16, 1.
Ilium and Ilienses, 2. 54, 3; 4. 55, 4; Sibylline verses gathered from, 6. 12, 4.
Illyricum, 1. 5, 5; 46, 1; 52, 3; 2. 44, 1; 53, 1.
imago, of Caesar, used as sanctuary, 3. 36, 1 (see statuae).
imperator, title of, as formerly given, 3. 74, 6; as given to the imperial family, 1. 3, 1; 9, 2; 58, 8; 2. 18, 2; 26, 5.
Indus, Iulius, a Treveran, 3 42, 3.
Inguiomerus, uncle of Arminius, 1. 60, 1; 68, 1; 2. 17, 8; 21, 2; joins Maroboduus, 2. 45, 2; 46, 1.
insignia: see triumphalia.
insulae, in Rome, 6. 45, 1.
interamnates, deputation from the, 1. 79, 2.
intestati, property of, claimed for fiscus, 2. 48, 1.
Ionium mare, the, 2. 53, 1.
Isauricus (P. Servilius), 3. 62, 4.
Italia, 1. 34, 6; 47, 2; 71, 3; 2. 40, 1; 63, 5; 3. 28, 5; 31, 7; 54, 5; 4. 55, 7: banishment from, 2. 32, 5; 50, 4; 85, 5; 6. 3, 3; decay of produce and population in, 2. 59, 4; 3. 40, 5; 54, 6.
Iuba, king of Mauretania, 4. 5, 3; son of, 4. 23, 1.
Iudaea, petitions for reduction of tribute, 2. 42, 7; Jewish religion banished from Italy, 2. 85, 5.
pg 670Iulia gens, the, 1. 8, 2; 2. 83, 2; 6. 51, 1; ancestry of, 4. 9, 3; shrine to, 2. 41, 1.
Iuliae leges, on adultery, 2. 50, 2; 4. 42, 3; on marriage, 3. 25, 1; of Julius Caesar, on usury, 6. 16, 1. Iulia, Augusta: see Augusta.
— daughter of Augustus, 1. 53, 1; 3. 24, 5; 4. 44, 5; 6. 51, 3.
— granddaughter of Augustus, 3. 24, 5; 4. 71, 6.
— daughter of Drusus Caesar, married to Nero Caesar, 3. 29, 4; 4. 60, 4; to Rubellius Blandus, 6. 27, 1.
— daughter of Germanicus, birth of, 2. 54, 1; marriage of, 6. 15, 4.
Iulianae partes, the, 1. 2, 1.
Iulius: see Africanus, Caesar, Celsus, Clemens, Florus, Indus, Marinus, Postumus, Sacrovir.
Iulius: see Antonius.
Iunia, familia, the, 3. 24, 1; 69, 8.
— sister of Brutus and wife of Cassius, death of, 3. 76, 1.
see Torquata.
Iunius, a senator; 4. 64, 3; a sorcerer, 2. 28, 3.
— D., see Silanus.
see Blaesus, Otho, Rusticus, Silanus.
Iuno, worshipped at Samos, 4. 14, 1.
Iuppiter, offerings to, 2. 22, 1; 32, 3; Salaminius (in Cyprus), 3. 62, 5; temple to, at Stratonicea, 3. 62, 3.
ius, origin and growth of, 3. 3–25; humanum divinumque, 3. 70, 4; patrium, 4. 16, 3; virgarum, 1. 77, 2.
Iustus, Catonius, a centurion, 1. 29, 2.

 

Kalendae Ianuariae, solemnities of the, 4. 70, 1.

 

Labeo, Antistius, a great jurist, 3. 75, 2.
— Pomponius, legatus of Moesia, 4. 47, 1; 6. 29, 1.
see Cethegus.
— Titidius, 2. 85, 3.
Lacedaemonii, deputation from the, 4. 43, 1: see Spartani.
Laco, an Achaean, 6. 18, 3.
Laelius: see Balbus.
Lamia, Aelius, 4. 13, 5; death of, 6. 27, 2.
Langobardi, the, in Germany, 2. 45, 1; 46, 3.
Lanuvium, 3. 48, 2.
Laodicea, in Asia, 4. 55, 3.
— (Ladikieh), in Syria, 2. 79, 3.
Latiaris, Latinius, an accuser, 4. 68, 2; 69, 4; 71, 1; 6. 4, 1.
Latinius: see Latiaris.
Latium, vetus, 4. 5, 5.
Latona, legend of, 3. 61, 1.
legati legionum, proposal respecting, 2. 36, 1.
leges, the, of Crete, Sparta, Athens, and early Rome, 3. 26, 5, foll.
Legio Prima (Germanica), the, in Lower Germany, 1. 31, 3; 37, 3; 39, 2; 42,6; 44, 3; 51, 5; 64, 8.
— Secunda (Augusta), the, in Upper Germany, 1. 37, 4; 70, 1.
Legio (Tertia Augusta), the, in Africa, 2. 52, 5.
— Quinta (Alaudae), the, in Lower Germany, 1. 31, 3; 45, 1; 51, 5; 64, 8; 4. 73, 4.
— Sexta (Ferrata), the, in the East, 2. 79, 3; 81, 1.
— Octava (Augusta), the, in Pannonia, 1. 23, 6; 30, 4.
— Nona (Hispana), the, in Pannonia, 1. 23, 6; 30, 4; in Africa, 4. 23, 2: cp. 3. 9, 1.
— Decima (Fretensis), the, in Syria, 2. 57, 2.
— Tertiadecima (Gemina), the, in Upper Germany, 1. 37, 4.
— Quartadecima (Gemina Martia Victrix), the, in Upper Germany, 1. 37, 5; 70, 1.
— Quintadecima (Apollinaris), the, in Pannonia, 1. 23, 6; 30, 4.
— Sextadecima (Gallica), the, in Upper Germany, 1. 37, 4.
— Undevicensima, the, lost with Varus, 1. 60, 4.
— Vicensima (Valeria Victrix), the, in Lower Germany, 1. 31, 3; 37, 3; 39, 2; 42, 3; 51, 5; 64, 8.
— Una et vicensima (Rapax), the, in Lower Germany, 1. 31, 3; 37, 2; 45, 1; 51, 5; 64, 8.
Lentulus (Cn. Cornelius), an augur, 3. 59, 1.
— (Cn.), adistinguished senator, 1. 27, 1; 2. 32, 2; 3. 68, 3; 4. 29, 1; 44, 1.
— (Cn.) Gaetulicus, 4. 42, 3; 46, 1; legatus of Upper Germany, 6. 30, 2, foll.
Lepida, Aemilia, accused, 3. 22–24.
Lepida, Aemilia, wife of Drusus, son of Germanicus, 6. 40, 4.
pg 671Lepidus, M. (Aemilius), guardian of princes in Egypt, 2. 67, 4.
— (M.), opponent of Sulla, rogationes of, 3. 27, 4.
— (M.), the triumvir, 1. 1, 3; 2, 1; 9, 4; 10, 2.
— M. Aemilius, 2. 48, 1; proconsul of Asia, 3. 32, 2 (where see note); restores the basilica of Paulus, 3. 72, 3; father of Aemilia Lepida, 6. 40, 4.
— M'., character of, 1. 13, 2; 4. 20, 4; defends his sister, 3. 22, 2; and Cn. Piso, 3. 11, 2; speaks against severe decrees, 3. 50, foll.; 4. 20, 3; declines Africa, 3. 35, 2; proconsul of Asia, 4. 56, 3; influence of, 6. 5, 1; death of, 6. 27, 4.
Leptitani, the, in Africa, 3. 74, 2.
Lesbos, 2. 54, 1; 6. 3, 3.
Leucophryna: see Diana.
Lex: see Caesar (Iulius), Iulia, Oppia, Papia Poppaea, Tullus.
Liber, temple of, at Rome, 2. 49, 1; identified with the Eastern Dionysus, 3. 61, 2; 4. 38, 5.
Libera, 2. 49, 1.
Libo, L. (Scribonius), 2. 1, 1; cp. 2. 29, 2.
— (M.) Scribonius Drusus, accusation and trial of, 2. 2–27; cp. 4. 29, 4.
libritores, in the army, 2. 20, 4.
Libya, conquered by Rhamses, 2. 60, 4.
Licinius, M., consul, 4. 62, 1.
lictores, honorary use of, 1. 14, 3; 2. 53, 3.
Ligur, Varius, 4. 42, 3; bribes his accusers, 6. 30, 1.
limes, the, of Tiberius in Germany, 1. 50, 2.
Limnatis: see Diana.
Livia familia, the, 6. 51, 1.
see Augusta.
— sister of Germanicus, and wife of Drusus, 2. 43, 7; 84, 1; 4. 3, 3; corrupted by Seianus, and induced to poison her husband, 4. 3, 4; not permitted by Tiberius to marry Seianus, 4. 4–39; posthumous condemnation of, 6. 2, 1.
Livineius: see Regulus.
Livius, T., the historian, praise of Pompeius by, 4. 34, 4.
Lollius, M., defeated by the Germans, 1. 10, 3; with C. Caesar in the East, 3. 48, 3.
Longinus: see Cassius, L.
Longus, Lucilius, 4. 15, 2.
Lucilius, a centurion, 1. 23, 4.
see Capito, Longus.
Lucretius, Sp., left in charge of Rome by Tarquinius Superbus, 6. 11, 1.
Lucullus, L., military achievements of, 4. 36, 3; villa of, 6. 50, 2.
ludi, held by Livia to Augustus, 1. 73, 4: see Augustales, circenses, Megaleses.
Lugdunum (Lyons), 3. 41, 2.
Lupia (Lippe), the, in Germany, 1. 60, 5; 2. 7, 1.
Lupus, Cutius, quaestor, 4. 27, 2.
Lutorius: see Clutorius.
luxus, in feasting, increase and subsequent diminution of, 3. 55.
Lycia, sea of, 2. 60, 4; coast of, 2. 79, 1.
Lycurgus, laws of, 3. 26, 4.
Lydia, and Lydi, legends of, 3. 61, 3; 4. 55, 7.
Lygdus, the poisoner of Drusus Caesar, 4. 8, 1; 10, 2; 11, 4.

 

Macedonia and Macedones, references to former history of, 2. 55, 2; 3. 61, 3; 4. 55, 8; 6. 31, 2 (see also Philippus); province of, 3. 38, 2; 5. 10, 3; transferred to Caesar, 1. 76, 4; held with Moesia, 1. 80, 1; see also Hyrcani.
Macer, Pompeius, praetor, 1. 72, 4.
Macrina, Pompeia, exiled, 6. 18, 3.
Macro (Naevius Sertorius), praefect of praetorians, 6. 15, 5; 23, 5; the tool of Tiberius against Seianus, 6. 48, 4; successor to his pernicious influence, 6. 29, 5; 48, 3; an enemy of Arruntius, 6. 47, 4; attacked in will by Trio, 6. 38, 2; pays court to Gaius, 6. 45, 5; 46, 6; 48, 4; makes arrangements in view of the death of Tiberius, 6. 50, 6; orders him to be smothered, 6. 50, 9.
Maecenas, Cilnius, patron of Bathyllus, 1. 54, 3; position of, 3. 30, 4; vicegerent of Augustus, 6. 11, 3; lost influence with him, 3. 30, 7.
magi, prevalence of, and measures taken against, 2. 27, 2; 32, 5; 6. 29, 6.
Magius: see Caecilianus.
Magnetes (ad Maeandrum), the, 3. 62, 1; 4. 55, 3.
pg 672Magnetes a Sipylo, the, relieved after earthquake, 2. 47, 4.
maiestas, charge of, innovation made by Augustus respecting, 1. 72, 3, 4; 3. 24, 3; limitation of, 4. 34, 3; penalty for, 3. 50, 6; very prevalent under Tiberius, 1. 1–72; 2. 50; 3. 22, 4; 37, 1; 38, 1, 2; 49–50; 67, 3; 70, 2; 4. 6, 3; 19, 5; 21, 3; 30, 2; 31, 1, 7; 34, 3; 42, 3; 6. 9, 5; 18, 1; 38, 4.
maiorum more, capital punishment, 2. 32, 5: 4. 30, 1.
Mallovendus, chief of the Marsi, 2. 25, 2.
Maluginensis, Servius (Cornelius), flamen Dialis, 3. 58, 1; disqualified for a province, 3. 71, 4; death of, 4. 16, 1; son of, 4. 16, 5.
Mamercus: see Scaurus.
mancipes, frauds of the, 3. 31, 7.
Manlii, family of the, 3. 76, 4.
Manlius, banished, 2. 50, 5.
mapalia, the, of Africans, 3. 74, 5; 4. 25, 1.
Marcellus: see Aeserninus.
— (M.), Claudius, nephew of Augustus, 1. 3, 1; 2. 41, 5; 6. 51, 2; statue of, 1. 74, 4: theatre of, 3. 64, 2.
— Granius, praetor of Bithynia, 1. 74, 1, foll.
Marcia, wife of Fabius Maximus, 1. 5, 4.
Marcianus, Granius, a senator, 6. 38, 4.
Marcius: see Numa.
Marcius, P., an astrologer, 2. 32, 5.
Marcomani, the, in Germany, 2. 46, 5; 62, 3.
mare: see Aegaeum, Amunclanum, Bithynum, Delmaticum, Hadriaticum, Ionium, Lycium, Ponticum.
Marinus, Iulius, a partisan of Seianus, 6. 10, 2.
Marius, C., consulships of, 1. 9, 2.
— Sextus, 4. 36, 1; a rich Spaniard, 6. 19, 1.
see Nepos.
Maroboduus, king of the Suebi, 2. 26, 3; power of, 2. 46, 2; 63, 3; at war with Arminius, 2. 2–44; obliged to seek Roman protection, 2. 2–62; 88, 3; 3. 11, 1; kept eighteen years at Ravenna, 2. 63, 5.
Mars, Ultor, temple of, 2. 64, 2; 3. 18, 3; Martis Campus, the, in Rome, 1. 8, 6; 3. 4, 1.
Marsi, the, in Germany, 1. 50, 6; 56, 7; 2. 25, 2.
Marsus, Vibius, a friend of Germanicus, 2. 74, 1; 79, 1; 4. 56, 3; narrowly escapes death, 6. 47, 2; 48, 1.
Martiales flamines, 3. 58, 1.
Martina, a poisoner, 2. 74, 2; 3. 7, 2.
Marus (Morava), the, 2. 63, 7.
Massilia, school of study at, 4. 44, 5; bequest to the people of, 4. 43, 8.
Mater Deum, temple of the, in Rome, 4. 64, 4.
mathematici: see Chaldaei.
Mattium (Maden), in Germany, 1. 56, 6.
Mauri, the, 2. 52, 3; 4. 5, 3; 23, 1; 24, 3.
Maximus, Fabius (Paulus), story about the death of, 1. 5, 2–4.
— Sanquinius, 6. 4, 4.
Mazippa, a Moor, 2. 52, 3.
Medea, legend of, 6. 34, 3.
Medi, the, conquered by Rhamses, 2. 60, 4.
Medi, the (of Media Atropatene), 2. 4, 2; 56, 1; 6. 34, 6.
medici, the, of families, 4. 63, 3.
Megaleses ludi, the, 3. 6, 5.
Memmius: see Regulus.
Memnon, vocal statue of, 2. 61, 1.
Menelaus, legend of, in Egypt, 2. 60, 2.
mensae, the, of bankers, 6. 17, 4.
Merula, Apidius, 4. 42, 3.
— Cornelius, a former flamen Dialis, 3. 58, 2.
Mesopotamia, 6. 36, 1; 37, 4; 44, 5.
Messalinus: see Cotta, Messalla.
Messala, Corvinus, praefectus urbis for a few days, 6. 11, 4; character and eloquence of, 3. 34, 2; used to speak of Cassius as his imperator, 4. 34, 6.
— or Messalinus, Valerius, son of the above, 1. 8, 5; 3. 18, 3; speech of, 3. 34, 2, foll.
— Volesus, proconsul of Asia under Augustus, 3. 68, 1.
Messenii, the, dispute of, with the Lacedaemonians, 4. 43, 1–6.
Metellus, L., pont. max., 3. 71, 4.
Miletus and Milesii, 2. 54, 4; 3. 63, 5; 4. 43, 5; worship of Apollo by, 4. 55, 6.
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