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26, 5 : honours after death MA 26,
6-9 : reputed amours and lovers
MA 19, 1-7; 23, 7; 26, 5; 29, 1-2;
C 8, i : M. Aurelius refused to
divorce MA 19, 8-9: refused to
believe rumours about MA 23, 7;
26, 5 : alleged amour with L. Verus
and murder of Verus V 10, i :
frustrated alleged conspiracy of
Verus against M. Aurelius V 10, 5 :
correspondence with M. Aurelius
concerning revolt of Avidius Cassius
AC 9, 7-8; 9, n 10, 10; n, 3-8:
dream at birth of Commodus C i,
3 : temple abolished by Caracalla
Cc ii, 6-7.

Annia Fundania Faustina : cousin of
M. Aurelius, killed by Commodus
C7.7.

Annia Galeria Faustina : wife of
Antoninus Pius AP i, 6 : aunt of
M. Aurelius MA i, 8: stories con-
cerning character of AP 3, 7 : re-
ceived title of Augusta AP 5, 2 :
death and honours AP 6, 7-8 :
orphan girls endowed in memory
of AP 8, i : urged Antoninus Pius
to protect his family AC 10, i.
Annia Lucilla, daughter of M. Aure-
lius : married to L. Verus MA 7, 7 ;
9, 4-6 ; V 2, 4 ; 7, 7 : married to Ti.
Claudius Pompeianus after Verus 1
death MA 20, 6 : received title of
Augusta MA 20, 7: said to have
murdered L. Verus V 10, 3 : jealousy
of Fabia V 10, 3 : in conspiracy to
kill Commodus C 4, i ; 8, 3 : exiled
C 4, 4 : killed C 5, 7.
Annius Arrianus, L. : consulship of

Go 29, i.

Annius Cornicula : praised Gallienus
Gai7,3.

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INDEX OF NAMES



Annius Florus, P. : Hadrian's ex-
change of epigrams with H 16, 3-4.

Annius Fuscus : father of Pescennius
Niger PN i, 3.

Annius Libo, M. : uncle of M.
Aurelius MA i , 3.

Annius Libo, M. : cousin of M.
Aurelius, legate of Syria, said to
have been killed by L. Verus V 9,
2 : widow married to Agaclytus V

9. 3-

Annius Milo, T. : mules of F 6, 4.

Annius Severus : consul, father-in-law
of Gordian I. Go 2, 2; 6, 4.

Annius Verus : great-grandfather of
M. Aurelius MA i, 4.

Annius Verus : original name of M.
Aurelius MA i, 10; 5, 5.

Annius Verus, M. : father-in-law of
Antoninus Pius AP i, 6: grand-
father of M. Aurelius MA 1,2: M.
Aurelius born in second consulship
and reared in house of MA i, 5-7 i
consulship of HP 15, 6.

Annius Verus, M. : father of M.
Aurelius MA i, i.

Annius Verus, M. : son of M. Aurelius,
received title of Caesar MA 21, 3;
C i, 10.

Antaeus : Maximinus likened to M
6, 9.

Antimachus : poet imitated by
Hadrian H 16, 2.

Antinous, favourite of Hadrian :
death and consecration of H 14, 5-
8 : reviled by Egyptians F 8, 8.

Antioch, city in Syria: Hadrian at
H 5, 9-10 : people of hated by
Hadrian H 14, i : fire at AP 9, 2 :
L. Verus at MA 8, 12; V 7, 1-3:
Claudius Pompeianus a native of
MA 20, 6 : loved and supported
Avidius Cassius AC 6, 6 ; 7, 8 ; 9,
i : punished by M. Aurelius MA
25, 8-u; AC 9, i: M. Aurelius at
MA 26, i : Pertinax at HP i, 6:
punished by Severus for support of
Niger S 9, 4-5; Cc i, 7: Severus
at S 16, 8 : rights restored to Cc i,
7 : Macrinus overthrown at OM
8, 4; 10, i: coins with name of
Diadumenianus struck at D 2, 6 :
people of ridiculed Severus Alex-
ander SA 28, 7 : Alexander sup-
pressed mutiny at SA 53 54 :

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Antioch, city in Syria continued.
Alexander returned to SA 55, 2 :
recaptured from Persians by
Gordian III. Go 26, 5-6; 27, 5:
captured by Cyriades TT 2, 2 :
Aurelian at A 5, 3 : captured by
Aurelian A 25, i : letter of senate
to people of T 18, 6.

Antiochianus : prefect of the guard,
prevailed upon soldiers not to kill
Elagabalus E 14, 8.

Antiochianus : see Flavius.

Antipater : see Caelius : Gallus.

Antistius : favourite slave of Aurelian
A 50, 3.

Antistius Burrus, L., nephew of Corn-
modus : accused by Pertinax of
treason HP 3, 7 : killed by Cleander
C6, ii.

Antistius Capella : teacher of Com-
modus C i, 6.

Antium, town in Italy : aqueduct in
repaired by Antoninus Pius AP 8, 3.

Antius : see Antonius.

Antonini : Severus dreamed of being
placed among S 22, 2 : Niger be-
loved by PN 12, 6: Albinus intro-
duced to CA 6, i : list of OM 3, 3-4 :
Caracalla given by gods in the
place of OM 6, 2 : revered above
gods D 7, 4 : Elagabalus last of
and disgraced name of OM 7, 8;
E i, 7; 2, 4; 18, i; 33, 8; 34, 6;
SA 2, 2 : name of revered by Con-
stantine E 2, 4 : temples of to be
dedicated by Severus Alexander
SA 7, 5 ; 8, 3 ; 10, 7 : admired and
praised by Gordian I. Go 4, 7 :
Claudius more beloved than Cl 18,
4 : Probus to be preferred to T 16,
6 ; P 22, 4 : under Probus no longer
desired P 12, 2.

Antoninianae, caracallae : presented
by Caracalla to populace S 21, 11;
Cc 9, 7-8 ; D 2, 8.

Antoninianae, paenulae: presented
by Macrinus to populace D 2, 8.

Antoninianae, Plateae, at Rome:
paved by Elagabalus E 24, 6.

Antoninianae, Thermae, at Rome:
built by Caracalla S 21, 11 ; Cc 9,
4. 5. 9 ; E 17, 8-9 : portico of begun
by Elagabalus E 17, 9 : completed
by Severus Alexander E 17, 9; SA
25,6.



INDEX OF NAMES



Antoniniani (-ae), pueri and puellae :
endowed by Macrinus D 3, 10.

Antoniniani Sodales : decreed for
Antoninus Pius AP 13, 4; MA 7,
ii (wrongly called Aureliani) : for
L. Verus MA 15,4: for M. Aure-
lius MA 18, 8; HP 15, 4 (wrongly
called Marciani) : called Helviani
in honour of Pertinax HP 15, 4;
S 7, 8 : decreed for Caracalla Cc
11,6.

Antoninianus: name given by Mac-
rinus to edict D 2, 9: to military
standards D 3, i.

Antoninianus : name of coin A 9, 7 ;
12, i ; P4, 5; F 15, 8.

A ntoninias : poem written by Gord-
ian I. Go 3, 3.

Antoninorum, Sepulchrum : see
Hadriani, Sepulchrum.

Antoninus : son of M. Aurelius, died
at age of four C i, 2-4.

Antoninus : plebian, had omen of
death of Geta Ge 3, 5.

Antoninus : boy who gave omen of
death of Geta Ge 3, 8.

Antoninus (as imperial name) : re-
garded as imperial title OM 3, 7. 9 :
assumed by M. Aurelius MA 7, 6 ;
OM 3, 4; D 6, 5; SA 10, 5: by
Verus (incorrect) MA 7, 7; OM
3, 4 ; D 6, 6 ; SA 10, 5 : by Severus
(incorrect) OM 3, 6; D 6, 3 : by
Pertinax (incorrect) OM 3, 6; D
6, 3 : by Didius Jul'anus (incorrect)
OM 3, 6; D 6, 3: conferred on
Caracalla S 10, 3-6; PN 8, 5 ; Cc
i, i; Ge i, 4 ; OM 3, 4! D 6, 8;
SA 10, 5 : on Geta (incorrect) S jo,
5; 16, 4; 19, 2; Cc i, i; Ge I,
5-7; 2, 2-3; 5, 3; OM 3, 4 ; D 6,
9 : Severus wished to make equi-
valent of Augustus S 19, 3 ; Ge 2,
2 : cherished by all like Augustus
Cc 9, 2 : borne by four emperors
before Geta Ge 2, 5 : assumed by
Macrinus OM 2, i ; 3, 6 : bestowed
on Diadumenianus Cc 8, 10; OM
2,53,9; 5, i ; 6, 6; 7, 5; 10, 6;
14,2-3; D 12; 6,10; 7,1-5-7; 8,
i; Ei, 4; 3, i; 8,4; SA 9, 3; 10,
5: assumed by Elagabalus Cc 9,
a; OM3, 4; 7,6; 8,4; 9,6; D 9,
4; E 1,5.7; 3, i; 9,2]; 17, 4= re-
fused by Severus Alexander SA 5,



Antoninus continued,
3; 6, i ii, 2; 12, 4: wrongly
supposed to have been borne by
the Gordians OM 3, 5 ; D 6, 3 ;
E 18, I ; 34, 6-7 ; Go 4, 7-8 ; 5, 3 ;
9, 5 ; 17, * 5 : declined in greatness
OM 7, 7-8 : a beloved and revered
name S 20, 3; 21, n; OM 6, 7;
7,7; D.6, 1-2; 7, i; E i, 5: gen-
eral desire for emperor of the name
OM 3, 9; D i, 2. 4.

Antoninus : proposed as name for
September AP 10, i.

Antoninus, Temple of, at Rome:
built AP 13, 4: Patruinus mur-
dered near Cc 4, 2.

Antoninus Gallus, consul : letter of
Valerian to A 8, 2-5.

ANTONINUS PIUS: names H 24,
i ; AP i, i : family and birth AP
i, 1-8: childhood AP i, 8-9: char-
acter AP 2, i. 2. 7. 8; 13, 4; MA
29, 6 ; D 7, 4 : cognomen Pius and
reasons for bestowal H 24, 3-5 ; Ae
6,9; AP2.3-8; 5,2; PN 8, 5; E

7, 10 ; SA 9, i : early career AP 2,
9-n : omens of rule AP 3, 1-5 :
proconsul of Asia AP 3, 2. 3, 6; 4,
3 : death of daughter AP 3, 6 : in
Hadrian's consilium AP 3, 8:
adoption by Hadrian H 24, i ; Ae
6,9; AP4.I-6; MAS, i; V 2, 2;
A 14, 6 : adopted M. Aurelius
and L. Verus H 24, I ; Ae 2, 9 ;
5,12; 6, 9; 7,2; AP 4, 5; MA 5,
1-7; V 3, 6; S 20, i; SA 10, 5:
colleague of Hadrian in imperial
powers AP 4, 7 : largesses to people
AP 4, 9 ; 8, i. ii ; V 3, i : remitted
crown-gold AP 4, 10: deference
to_Hadrian AP 5, i : second consul-
ship MA 5,6: honours for Hadrian
H 24, 5 ; 27, 2-3 ; AP 2, 5 ; 5, 1-2 ;

8, 2 ; V 3, i : honours for wife and
relatives AP 5, 2 : accepted honor-
ary races AP 5, 2: continued offi-
cials in posts AP 5,3; 8, 6-7 : con-
quests and suppression of revojjs
AP 5, 4-5 ; 12, 2 : repressed pro-
curators AP 6, 1-2 : clemency AP
6, 3; AC ii, 6: moderation AP
6, 4 : deference to senate AP 6, 5 ;
8, ip : accepted tide of Pater
Patriae AP 6, 6 : honours for
Faustina AP 6, 7-8 : offices for sons

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INDEX OF NAMES



Antoninus Pius continued.

AP 6, 9-10 ; 10, 3 : consultations
with friends AP 6, 11-12: care for
provinces AP 7, i. 2. n; 10, 7:
treatment of conspirators AP 7,
3-4: simplicity of life AP 7, 5-6:
administration of finances AP 7,
7-10 : in Campania AP 7, 11 : pres-
tige abroad AP 7, 12 : donatives
to soldiers AP 8, i ; 10, 2 : endow-
ment for orphans AP 8, i : public
works AP 8, 2-4 : declined legacies
AP 8, 5 : prefects of guard under
AP 8, 7-9 : disasters and prodigies
during principate AP 9, 1-5 :
foreign relations AP 9, 6-10: re-
fused honorary names of months
AP 10, i : remark concerning Apol-
lonius AP 10, 4 : affection for M.
Aurelius AP 10, 5 ; MA 6, 7-10 :
relations with L. Verus V 3, 6-7 :
rewards for prefects AP 10, 6 :
spectacles AP 10, 9 : treatment of
friends and freedmen AP n, i :
amusements AP n, 2: interest in
oratory and philosophy AP n,
2-3 : affability AP 11,4-8: legisla-
tion AP 12, i : administrative
measures AP 12, 3 : death AP 12,
4-7 : commended Empire to M.
Aurelius AP 12,5; MA 7, 3: will
AP 13, 1-2 : burial, deification and
honours AP 13, 3-4 ; MA 7, 10-11 :
conspiracy of Avidius Cassius
against AC 1,5: could not be over-
thrown by rebels AC 8, 6 : Pertinax
under rule of HP i, 6 : example of
good son by adoption S 21, 4:
admired by Niger PN 12, i : ad-
vanced Severus and admired by
him Ge 2, 3-4 : details concerning
related by Cordus OM 1,4: sup-
posed oracle concerning OM 3, 1-2 :
Diadumenianus born on birthday
of D 5, 4: example of good ruler
E 1,2; A 42, 4 : revered by Con-
stantine E 2, 4 : praised in poem
by Gordian I. Go 3, 3 : old when
made emperor T 5, i.

Antoninus: see Arrius: Aurelius:
Petrpnius.

Antonius Antius Lupus, M. : killed
by Commodus C 7, 5.

Antonius Balbus : killed by Severus
S 13, 2-

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Antonius Saturninus, L. : acclaimed
emperor by soldiers PN 9, 2 ; SA i ,
7 : no life of written by Suetonius
FI.I.

Anubis : statue of carried by Corn-
modus C 9, 4. 6; PN 6, 9; Cc 9,
ii : statue of showed prodigy C
16, 4.

Apamea, city in Syria: grapes rrom
21, 2.

Aper : father-in-law of Numerian,
killed him Ca 12: killed by Dio-
cletian Ca 12, 2 13, 3 ; 15,4: pre-
fect of guard Ca 13, 2 ; 15, 4.

Aper : se-e Flavius : Septimius :
Trpsius : Vectius.

Apicius Caelius : works read by
Aelius Veius Ae 5, 9; banquets
imitated by Elagabalus E 18, 4;
20, 5 ; 24, 3-

Apis: appeared after interval of
many years H 12, I.

Apolaustus : see Aelius Aurelius.

Apollinares, Ludi : banquet of
Severus Alexander on SA 37, 6;
meeting of senate on M-B i, i.

Apollinaris : see Aurelius : Sulpicius.

Apollo : statue of MA 6, 9 : temple
ot in Babylonia V 8, 2 : oracles of
PN 8, i-6; CA i, 4; 5, 4; said by
Maximinus' soldiers to have fought
against them M 22, 2 : thanks
rendered to M 26, 2 : aid of sought
A 19, 4 : omen given by statue of

T 17, 5-

Apollo, Temple of, in Rome : senators
acclaimed Claudius in Cl 4, 2.

Apollodorus, architect : designed
Colossus of Luna for Hadrian H
19, 13.

Apollonius, rhetorician teacher ot
L. Verus V 2, 5.

Apollonius of Chalcedon, philoso-
pher : patience of Antoninus Pius
with AP 10, 4: teacher of M.
Aurelius MA 2, 7 ; 3 i : of L. Verus

V 2, 5:

Apollonius Syrus, philosopher : cited

H2, 9.

Apollonius of Tyana : statue of in
private chapel of Severus Alex-
ander SA 29, 2 : appearance of to
Aurelian made him more merciful
A 24, 3-6; 25, i : greatness of A
24,7-9-



INDEX OF NAMES



Appenninus, Mons, in Italy : Per-
tinax born on HP i, 2 : oracles
given to Claudius on Cl 10, 4-5 :
to Aurelian on F 3, 4.

Appia, Via : Geta buried on Ge 7, 2.

Apuleius, L : writer of Milesiae CA

12, 12.

Apuleius Rufinus : consul with Se-

verus S 4, 4.
Apulia, district of Italy : L. Verus in

V 6, 9 : Tetricus supervisor of TT

24.5.

Aquileia, city in Italy : M. Aurelius
and L. Verus at MA 14, 2 ; V 9,
7-10 : resisted siege by Maximinus
M 21, 622, 6; 28, 4; 33, i; M-B

11, 3; 12, 2-3; 15, 4; 16, 5. 7:
Maximinus killed at M 23, 6;
M-B ii, 2 : army fed with provi-
sions from M 24, 3 : news of Maxi-
minus' death sent from to Rome
M 25, 2 : memorial of Maximinus
near M 28, 8 : question whether
Maximus went to M 33, 3 : letter
of senate to council of T 18, 6 :
Carus in list of council of Ca 4, 4.

Aquilius : centurion, sent to kill
SeverusDJ 5, 8; PN 2,6.

Aquilo : name given by Aelius Verus
to messenger Ae 5, 10.

Aquinum, town in Italy : grandfather
of Pescennius Niger official at PN

if 3-

Arabia : Hadrian in H 14, 4 : pro-
digies in AP 9, 4-5 : pestilence in
AP 9, 4 : victory of Avidius Cassius
in AC 6, 5 ; Severus in S 9, 9 :
legion in declared for Albinus S

12, 6: governor of implicated in
conspiracy but pardoned D 8, 4.

Arabianus : punishment of urged by
Diadumenianus D 9, i.

Arabianus : see Claudius : Claudius
Severus: Flavius: Septimius.

Arabicus: cognomen conferred on
Severus 89,10; assumed by Cara-
calla Cc 10, 6.

Arabs : conquered by Severus S 18,
i : war of Macrinus against Eudae-
mones OM 12, 6 : subject to Zen-
obia TT 30, 7: served under
Aurelian A ii, 3: Eudaemones
marched in Aurelian's triumph A

07 A

Arad'io : killed by Probus P 9, 3.



Aratus : Cicero's translation of imita.
ted by Gordian I. Go 3, 2.

Area Caesarea, city in Syria : Severus
Alexander born at SA i, 2; 5, I :
omen at SA 13,5.

Archimea : omen at M 31, 3.

Archontius Severus : conversation
with F 2, i.

Arcia, town in Italy : memorial of
Maximinus near M 28, 8.

Arellius Fuscus: speech of TT 21,
3-4: proconsul of Asia A 40, 4.

Arellius Fuscus : cited TT 25, 2.

Areopagus : Gallienus wished to join
Ga ii, 5.

Argunt (?) King of Scythians ;
attacked neighbours Go 31, 1.

Aristomachus : tribune, withheld
colours when soldiers wished to
kill Elagabalus E 14, 8.

Aristotle : works of studied by Gor-
dian I. Go 7, i : famed for philo-
sophy A 3, 5.

Armenia : victory of Pnscus in MA
9, i : recovered by generals of
L. Verus V 7, i : victory of Avidius
Cassius in AC 6, 5 : victory of
Palmatus in SA 58, i.

Armeniacus : cognomen borne by
M. Aurelius and L. Verus MA 9,
i ; V 7, 2 : by Aurelian A 30, 5.

Armenians: permitted by Hadrian
to have king H 21, ii : saved by
Antoninus Pius from Parthian in-
vasion AP 9, 6 : served under Niger
PN 4, 2 : war of Caracalla against
Cc 6, i : war of Macrinus against
OM 12, 6 : in army of Severus
Alexander SA 61, 8; TT 32, 3 :
letter of king of Va 3 : subject to
Zenobia TT 30, 7 : Zenobia drank
with TT 30, 18: hated by Maxi-
minus made Titus emperor TT 32,
3 : served under Aurelian An, 3 :
sent aid to Zenobia, intercepted by
Aurelian A 27, 4 ; 28, i. 4 : revered
Aurelian A 41, 10.

Arria Fadilla : mother of Antoninus
Pius AP i, 4.

Arrianus : see Annius : Herodianus.

Arrius Augur : consulship of MA

i, 5-

Arrius Antoninus : grandfather of
Antoninus Pius AP i, 4.

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INDEX OF NAMES



Arrius Antoninus, C. : accused of
treason by Pertinax HP 3, 7 : killed
by Oleander C 7, i.

Axtabanus V., King of the Parthians :
avenged slaughter of Parthians
and granted peace- to Romans OM

8,3-
Artabassis: delivered company ot

Persians to Romans P 4, i.
Artavasdes : letter of Va 3.
Artaxanses : recaptured from Persians

by Gordian III. Go 26, 6.
Artaxata, city in Armenia : captured

by M. Statius Priscus MA 9, i.
Artaxerxes, King of the Persians:

defeated by Severus Alexander SA

55, i ; 56, 7-
Articuleius Paetus, Q. : consulship

ofHs.i.
Ascanius : Diadumenianus likened to

D8.7.

Asclepiodotus : see lulius.

Asellio : see Marcius.

Asellius Aemilianus : general of Niger
declared a public enemy S 8, 13 :
PNs.7: defeated PN 5, 7: Severus
refused to pardon S 8, 15 : defeated
and killed S 8, 16.

Asellius Claudianus: killed by^ Se-
verus S 13, i.

Asia : Hadrian in H 13, i. 6 : Antoni-
nus Pius proconsul of AP 3, 2-3. 6 ;
4, 3 : earthquake in AP 9, i : L.
Verus in V 6, 9 : Arrius Antoninus
proconsul of C 7, i : Sulpicius Cras-
sus proconsul of C 7, 7 : persons
killed in by Commodus 7,7:
Caracalla in Cc 5, 8 : legate of im-
plicated in conspiracy but par-
doned D 8, 4 : Balbinus proconsul
of M-B 7, 2 : subject to Romans Va
1,5: Macrianus in Ga 2, 5 : earth-
quake in Ga 5, 3 ; 6, 5 : invaded
by Goths Ga 6, 2. 5; 7, 3; 13, 8;
Cl 8, i : Faltonius Probus and
Arellius Fuscus proconsuls of A
40, 4.

Asinius Lepidus Praetextatus, C. :
consulship of Go 26, 3.

Asinius Quadratus, historian; cited
V8, 4; AC i, 2.

Aspnanus : see Fulvius.

Assyrii : Constantina wife of tribune
of Cl 13, 3.

462



Astacus : old name of Nicomedia Ga
4,8.

Astyanax : see Maeonius.

Ateius Sanctus, orator: teacher of
Commodus C i, 6.

Atellanae, fabulae: produced by
Hadrian H 26, 4.

Athenaeum, place in Rome : Pertinax'
visit to interrupted HP u, 3:
visited by Severus Alexander SA
35, 2 : Gordian I debated in Go

3, 4-

Athenaeus : defended Byzantium
against Goths Ga 13, 6.

Athenio : Maximinus likened to M
9, 6.

Athens : Hadrian's generosity and
offices held in H 13, i; 19, 1-2:
Temple of Jupiter Olympius and
altar to Hadrian H 13,6: part of
named Hadrianopolis H 20, 4 :
M. Aurelius at MA 27, i : L. Verus
at V 6, 9 : Severus at S 3, 7 :
Gallienusat Ga n, 3-5: people of
defeated Goths Ga 13, 8 : Plato
born at A 3, 4 : amnesty proclaimed
by people of A 39, 4 : letter of
senate to council of T 18, 6.

Atherianus : see lulius.

Atilius Severus: consul, exiled by
Commodus C 4, n.

Atilius Titianus : conspired against
Antoninus Pius AP 7, 3.

Atrebati, in Gaul : cloaks from Ga 6,
6 : capes from Ca 20, 6.

Attalus : condemned by Arrius An-
toninus C 7, i.

Attianus : see Caelius.

Atticus : see Claudius : Vettius.

Attidius Cornelianus : governor of
Syria, defeated by Vologaesus MA
8,6.

Aufidius Victorinus, C. : fellow-
student of M. Aurelius MA 3, 8 :
sent to repel invasion of Chatti
MA 8, 8.

Augur : see Arrius.

Augusta (as imperial name) : con-
ferred on Faustina the elder AP 5,
2: on Flavia Titiana, but refused
by Pertinax HP 5, 4: 6, 9: on
Manlia Scantilla and Didia Clara
PJ 3, 4 ; 4i 5 ' taken from Didia
Clara DJ 8, 9; held by Victoria



INDEX OF NAMES



Augusta, Historia: written by
Tacitus T 10, 3.

AUGUSTUS : title of Pater Patriae
granted to him late H 6, 5 : military
discipline relaxed after H 10, 3 :
temple of at Tarraco restored by
Hadrian H 12, 3 : could not be
overthrown by rebels, according to
Marcus Aurelius AC 8, 6 : clemency
of AC ii, 6: temple of at Tarraco
dreamed of by Severus 83, 4 :
donative of to soldiers cited as
precedent by troops of Severus S
7, 6 : unsuccessful in adoption of
son S 21, 3 : admired by Niger PN

12, i : example of good ruler E i,
2 ; A 42, 4 : gave name to all later
emperors SA 10, 4 : erected statues
of famous men SA 28, 6 : resem-
blance of Gordian I to Go 21, 5:
equalled in moderation by Claudius
Cl 2, 3 : pomerium extended by
A 21 , 1 1 : list of emperors after A
42, 3-4 : Probus compared with P
22, 4 : Rome weakened until time
of, made strong by Ca 3, i.

Augustus (as imperial name) : held
conjointly by M. Aurelius and L.
Verus H 24, 2 ; Ae 5, 12-13 ; MA 7,
6 ; conferred on L. Verus MA 7, 5 :
held by Antonines SA 10, 4 : con-
ferred on Pertinax HP 5, 5 : on
Didius Julianus DJ 4, 5 : on Cara-
calla S 18, 9; Cc 11, 3: not held
by Diadumenianus D 10, 4 : con-
ferred on Severus Alexander SA i,
3; 8, i : on Maximinus M 8, i : on
Gordians M 14, 3-5; 15, 7; 18, 2 ;
Go 4, 2; ii, 10 ; 16, 4; 17, i ;~I9.
7; 34, i; M-B i, i: on Maximus
and Balbinus M 20, 2 ; Go 22, i ;
on Gordian III Go 22, 5 : on Philip
Go 31, 3 : held by Decii Va 6, 8 :
conferred on Valerian the younger
Va 8, i ; Ga 14, 9 : on Odaenathus
Ga 12, i : assumed by Cyriades
TT 2, 3 : conferred on Postumus
the younger TT 4, i : on Tetricus
TT 24, i : on Tacitus T 4, 3 : on
Probus P 10, 4; ii, 4; 12, 8: on
Firmus F 2, i : on Diocletian Ca

13, 1-2; 18, i.

Aurelia, Via : Lorium situated on
AP i, 8: vines planted along A
48, 2.



Aurelia Fadilla, daughter of M.
Aurelius : illness of AC 10, 6.

Aurelia Messalina : mother ofClodius
Albinus CA 4, 3.

AURELIAN : foremost of emperors
35,2: extended Empire SA 64, i :
bravest of emperors T 4, 5 : restored
world to Roman sway A i, 5; 32,
4 ; 41 , 7 : life of written by Vopiscus
P i, 5 ; F i, 4 : life of little known
A i, 5-9; birthplace and parents A
3 ; 4, 1-2 ; 24, 3 : omens of future
rule A 4, 3-5. 6 : legate to King of
Persians A 5, 5 : appearance and
habits A 6, i : severity to soldiers
A. 6, 2 ; 7, 3 8, 5 : military posts
and campaigns under Valerian A
6, 2; 7, i; 10, 2-3 ; n, 1-7: wars
against Sarmatians A 6, 3-4 ; 7, 2 ;
18, 2 : against Franks A 7, 1-2 :
against Persians, A 7, 2 ; 35, 4; 41,
9; T 13, 3 : greatness A II, 10:
feared by Valerian A 8, 5 : allow-
ance, supplies and gifts to A 9, i.
6-7; 12, i-2; 13, 2-4: deputy of
Ulpius Crinitus and adopted by
himAio,2-3; 11,1-2; 12,3 15,2;
38, 2: consulship A ii, 8; 12, i;

15, 3 ; victories over Goths A 13, 2 ;

16, i. 4;. 17, i 18, i; 22,2; 41, 8;
P 6, 6 : interview with Valerian at
Byzantium A 13, i 15, i ; com-
mander of cavalry under Claudius
A 18, i : letters of A 7, 5-8 ; 20, 4-8 ;
23, 4-5; 26, 3-9; 31, 5-9; 38, 3-4;
42,2-4; P 6, 6; F 15, 6-8: message
to senate TT 30, 4-11 : letters ot
Valerian concerning A 8 9; 12;
letters of Valerian and Claudius to
An; 17, 2-4 : made emperor A 16,
i; 37, 6; Ca 15, 2: said to have
killed Aureolus A 16, 2 : war against
Suebi A 18, 2 : repelled invasion of
Marcomanni A 18, 3 21, 5 ; 41, 8 :
ordered consultation of Sibylline
Books A 18, 520, 8 : cruelty A 21,
5-91 3i, 4-5; 36, 2; 39, 8; 44,1-2;
P 8, i : relations with senate A 21,
6 ; 37, 4 ; 39, 8 : extended walls of
Rome and pomerium A 21, 9; 39,
2 : marched through Byzantium
and recovered Bithynia A 22, 3 :
captured Tyana A 22, 5 24, 3 ; 25,
I ; Apollonius appeared to A 24,
2-6 ; 25, i : matchless purple gar-

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INDEX OF NAMES



Aurelian continued.

ment received by A 29: war against
Zenobia TT 30, 3 ; A 22, i ; 25, 2
28, 4; 35, 4; 41,9: letters and con-
versation with Zenobia TT 30, 23 ;
A 26, 6 27, 6 : granted Zenobia's
life TT 30, 27; A 30, 2: killed
Longinus A 30, 3:_defeated Carpi
A 30, 4 : cognomina A 30, 4-5 :
victories in Thrace, Illyricum and
Europe A 22, 2 ; 31, 4; 32, 1-2;
41, 8; F 5, i: crushed revolt of
Palmyrenes A 31, 1-6: restored
Temple of Sun at Palmyra A 31,
7-9 : defeated Tetricus in Gaul TT
24, 2-3; A 32, 3; 41, 8: triumph
over Zenobia and Tetricus TT 24,
4-5 ; 25, 2 ; 3, 3-4- 24-26 ; A 30, 2 ;
32, 434, 6 ; 39, i ; spectacles given
by A 34,6: honoured Tetrici and
friendship for them TT 24, 5; 25,
2-4; A 39, 1-2: Firmus revolted
against in Egypt A 32, 2-3 ; F i, 4;
2, i-3; 3, i; 5: gifts, food, wine
and clothing for populace A 35, i-
2; 47; 48: built Temple of the
Sun at Rome and enriched it A i,
3; 25, 5; 35. 3; 39, 2-6: good
legislation A 35, 3 : in Gaul A 35,
4 : saved Vindelici from invasion
A 35, 4 ; 41, 8 : in Illyricum A 35,
4 : killed A 35, 537, 2 ; 40, 2; 41,
i. 12; T 2, 4; P 13, 5; Ca 3, 7:
tomb and temple A 37, 2-3 : mur-
derers of punished A 37, 2-3 ; T 13,
i ; P 13, 2 : general grief at death
of A 37, 3 : length of reign A 37, 4 :
deified A 37, 4; 41, 2. 13: freed
world from crime A 37, 7 : mur-
dered niece (or nephew) A 36, 3 ;
39,9: revolt of mint- workers under
A 38, 2-4 : burned records of debts
and punished false accusers and
dishonest officials A 30, 3-5 : formed
province of Dacia Transdanuvina
A 39, 7 : interregnum after death
of A 40; T i, i ; 2; 14, 5 : no one
more fortunate or useful than A
41, 6: revered by eastern nations
A 41, 10: enriched temples A 41,
n : descendants A 42, 1-2 : example
of good ruler A 42, 4 : neither good
nor bad ruler A 44, i : Diocletian's
opinion of A 44, 2 : prophecy given
to related by Diocletian A 44, 3-5 :

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Aurelian continued.
used taxes from Egypt for food of
Rome A 45, i ; 47, i : public \vorks
A 45, 2 ; 49, 2 : generosity to
friends A 45, 3 : sumptuary
measures A 45, 446, 6 ; 49, 7-8 ; T
11,6: increased boatmen A 47, 3 :
promoted viticulture A 48, 2 :
residence A 49, i : harshness to



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