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servants A 49, 3-5: established
senaculum A 49, 6: simplicity of
life A 49, 9 50, 4 : rule fortunate
A 50, 5 : beloved by people, feared
by senate A 50, 5 : disapproved of
statue cf Gallienus Ga 18, 4 :
honours for proposed by Tacitus
T 9, 2. 5 : Probus to be preferred
to T 16, 6 : Probus' achievements
under P 6, i. 5 : planned to make
Probus emperor P 6, 7 : under
Probus no longer desired P 12, 2 :
planned to make throne for Jupiter
F 3, 4 : Firmus competed in
drinking with generals of F 4, 4-5 :
proclamation of concerning Firmus
F 5, 3-6 : made Saturninus com-
mander of eastern frontier and
forbade to visit Egypt F 7, 2 ; 9, i :
knew character of Gauls F 7, 3 :
put down people of Lugdunum F
13, i : remark of concerning
Bonosus F 14, 3 : gave wife and
wedding-gifts to Bonosus F 15, 4-8 :
a vigorous prince Ca i, 2.

Aurelianus : influenced Niger to per-
sist in rebellion PN 7, i.

Aurelianus : tribune, captured with
Valerian A 6, 2.

Aurelianus : proconsul of Cilicia,
great-grandson of Aurelian A 42, 2.

Aurelianus : see Pescennius.

Aurelianus : name of coin P 4, 5.

AURELIUS ANTONINUS, M. :
pre-eminent in purity of life MA
i, i : devoted to philosophy MA
i, i; 4, 10; 6, 5; 8, 3; 16, 5; AC
3, 6-7; 14, 5; D 7, 4; SA 9, i:
family and birth MA i, 1-6 ; edu-
cation and teachers AP 10, 4 ; MA
i, 7; 2, i 3, 9: sister MA i, 8:
married to Faustina AP i, 7;,io,
2; MA i, 8; 6, 6; V 2, 3 : original
names MA i, 9-10: affection of
Hadrian for MA 4, 1-2; 16, 6-7:
early honours MA 4, 2-6 : betrothal



INDEX OF NAMES



Aurelius Antoninus continued.
to daughter of L. Ceionius Com-
modus MA 4, 5 ; 6, 2 : generosity
to sister and her son MA 4,7; 7, 4 :
amusements MA 4, 8-9: adopted
by Antoninus Pius H 24, I ; Ae 5,
12; 6, 9; 7, 2; AP 4, 5; MA 5,
i-7; i9,9; Va, a; Sao, i; SA 10,
5 : relations with Antoninus Pius
AP io, 5; MA 5, 7-8; 6, 7-10- 7,
2-3 : career of office AP 6, 9 : MA
5, 6 ; 6, i. 3. 4 : colleague or An-
toninus Pius in imperial powers
MA 6, 6 : birth of daughter MA 6,
6 : lack of greed MA 7, i : made
emperor AP 12, 5 ; MA 7, 3 : made
L. Verus co-emperor MA 7, 5-6;
V 3, 8 4, 3 : assumed name Anton-
inus MA 7, 6; OM 3, 4; D 6, 5:
added honour to name OM 7, 7 :
married Lucilla to L. Verus MA
7,7; 9,4-6; V 2, 4; 7i 7- endow-
ment for orphans MA 7, 8 : dona-
tive to soldiers MA 7, 9 : honours
for Antoninus Pius MA 7, 10-11 :
leniency MA 8, i ; 13,6: overflow
of Tiber under MA 8, 4-5 : wars
and invasions MA 8, 69, i ; 21, i-
2; 22, i. io. ii : consideration for
L. Verus MA 8, io. n. 13 ; 15, 3 ;
V 4, ii ; 5, 6; 6, 7: cognomina
MA 9, 1-2 ; 12, 9 : finally accepted
title of Pater Patriae MA 9, 3; 12,
7 : care for status of citizens MA
9, 7-9 : deference to senate MA io,
i-io; 12, 7; 29,4: legislation MA
9, 9; io, 2; ii, 8-10 : administra-
tive measures MA io, io ii, 7 ; 23,
i 24, 2; 27, 6 : moderation MA 12,
1-7. 9. 12 : offered the corona civica
MA 12, 8: triumphs MA 12, 8-n ;

16, 2; 17, 3; 27, 3; C 2, 4: wars
with Marcomanni MA 12, 13 14, 7 ;

17, 1-4; 21, 622, 2; V 9, 7-10; C
2-5 ; E 9, 1-2 : pestilence MA 13,
3-6; 17, 2; 21, 6: criticism and
slander of MA 9, 5 ; 15, i. 5. 6 ; 22,
5 ; 23, 5 ; 29, 3-7 ; V io, 2 ; n, 2-3 :
relations with freedmen MA 15, 2;
V 9, 6 : honours for L. Verus MA
I5i 3-4i 20, i: honours for rela-
tives MA 16, i ; 20, 5 ; 29, 8 :
honours for Commodus MA 16,
1-2; 17, 3; 22, 12; C i, 102, 5:
virtues in rule as sole emperor MA



Aurelius Antoninus continued.

16, 3-5 : care for provinces MA 17,
i ; 22, 9 : auction to replenish
treasury MA 17, 4-5; ai, 9; E 19,
i : granted pomp to commoners
MA 17, 6 ; E 19, i : spectacles MA

17, 7 ; 27, 5 : refused to divorce
Faustina or believe rumours con-
cerning her MA 19, 9; 23, 7; 26,
5 : regard for reputation MA 20, 5 ;
22, 5 ; 29, 5 : married Lucilla to
Claudius Pompeianus MA 20, 6-7 :
loss of son Verus aud honours for
him MA 21, 3-5 : settled Marco-
manni in Italy MA 22, 2 ; 24, 3 :
consulted with friends MA 22, 3-4 :
erected statues of nobles MA 22, 7 :
largesses to people MA 22, 12 ; 27,
5. 8 : planned to make new provin-
ces in north MA 24, 5 ; 27, io :
revolt of Avidius Cassius MA 15,
6; 21,2; 24,625, 4; AC 7, 1-9;
C 2, 2; F i, i : leniency to parti-
sans and children of Cassius MA

25, 5-10 ; 26, 3. 10-13; AC 8, 29,
4; ii, 412, io ; 13, 6-7: in Syria
MA 25, 1126, i ; C 2, 3 : negotia-
tions with oriental kings and
beloved in eastern provinces MA

26, 1-2 : in Egypt MA 26, 3 ; C 3,
3 : honours and temple for Faustina
MA 26, 5-9 : at Athens, initiated
into Eleusinian Mysteries MA 27,
ii ; Ga ii, 4: assumed toga in
Brundisium MA 27, 3 : at Lavinium
MA 27, 4 : made Commodus col-
league in tribunician power MA

27, 5 ; AC 13, 4 : opinion concern-
ing Commodus MA 27, n ; 28, io :
quoted Plato MA 27, 7: married
Commodus to daughter of Bruttius
Praesens MA 27, 8: death MA 18,
i; 27, 9. 11-12; 28, 1-9: beloved
and honoured MA 18,2-8; 19, 10-
12: patience toward Faustina's
lovers MA 29, 1-3 : Fabia tried to
marry MA 29, io : rumours of dis-
sensions with L. Verus V 9, 1-2:
correspondence concerning revolt
of Avidius Cassius AC i, 6 2, 8;
5, 5-i2; 9, 7-8; 9, ii io, io ; n,
3-8 : speech to senate and acclama-
tions AC 12, i 13, 5 : deemed
happy had he not eft son like
Commodus MA 18, i ; S 21, 5 :

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INDEX OF NAMES



Aurelius Antoninus continued.
suspected, then promoted Pertinax
HP 2, 4-9 : promoted Didius Juli-
anus DJ i, 5 : promoted Severus
S i, 5; 3, i. 3: example of good
son by adoption S 21, 4: letter
concerning Niger PN 4, 1-3 :
Niger's advice to PN 7, 2-3 : ad-
mired by Niger PN 12, i : details
concerning related by Cordus OM
i, 4: example of good ruler E i,
2 ; A 42, 4 : revered by Constantine
E 2, 4 : wrong done to by Elaga-
balus SA 7, 3 : praised by Gordian
I Go 3, 3 : equalled in kindness by
Victorinus TT 6, 6 : in righteous-
ness by Claudius Cl 2, 3 : Rome
happy under Ca 3, 4.

Aurelius Antoninus, M. : see Cara-
calla : Elagabalus.

Aurelius Apollinaris : accomplice in
murder of Caracalla Cc 6, 7.

Aurelius Apollinaris : poetry of
eclipsed by Numerian's Ca n, 2.

Aurelius Cleander, M., chamberlain
of Commodus : influence over Corn-
modus C 6, 3. 5-12 : appointed pre-
fect of the guard C 6, 12 : death C
7, i : debaucheries C 7, 3 : public
bath built by C 17, 5.

Aurelius Festivus, Aurelian's freed-
man : cited F 6, 2.

Aurelius Fulvus : father of Antoninus
Pius AP i, 3.

Aurelius Fulvus, T. : grandfather of
Antoninus Pius AP i, 2.

Aurelius Gordianus, consul : pre-
sided over meeting of senate A 41, 3.

Aurelius Nemesianus : accomplice in
murder of Caracalla Cc 6, 7.

Aurelius Olympius Nemesianus, M. :
Numerian competed with Ca n, 2.

Aurelius Philippus : teicher of Sev-
erus Alexander SA 3, 2.

Aurelius Probus : superintendent of
imperial dye-works SA 40, 6.

Aurelius Verus, biographer of Trajan :
cited SA 48, 6.

Aurelius Victor (with cognomen
Pinius), historian : statements of
concerning Macrinus OM 4, 2-4.

Aurelius Zoticus: power of under
Elagabalus E 10, 2-5.

Aureoli, Pons, place in Italy : Aure-
olas killed and buried at TT n, 4.5.

466



AUREOLUS : rebellion against Gal-
lienus Ga 2,6; 3, i; 14, 6-7; TT
ii, i; 12, 2: took over army of
Macrianus Ga 2, 7; TT n, 2; 12,
14; 14, i : held Illyricum Ga 3, 3 ;
5, 6: Gallic nus made peace with
Ga4,6; 21,5; TT 11,3; Cl 5, i;
A 16, i : aided Gallienus against
Postumus Ga 7, I : supported at
Rome Ga 9, i : promoted by Val-
erian TT 10, 14 : found favour with
Gallienus Cl 5, i: defeated by
Claudius, killed and buried TT 11,
4-5 ; Cl 5, 1-3 ; A 16, 1-2 : Domiti-
anus general of TT 12, 14 : not
trusted by Ballista TT 18, i :
soldiers sent by to seize Quietus
killed Ballista TT 18, 3 : Zenobia's
contempt for TT 30, 23 : Claudius
besought to save from Cl 4, 4 :
praised by Callus Antipater Cl 5, 4.

Aurunculeius Cornelianus : killed by
Severus S 13, 2.

Austrogothi : invasion of under
Claudius Cl 6, 2.

Autronius lustus : letter to T 19, 1-2.

Autronius Tiberianus : letter of T

AVIDIUS CASSIUS: ancestry AC
i, 1-4 : hatred for principate AC i,
4 : alleged conspiracies against
Antoninus Pius and L. Verus AC

1, 5-6: character AC 3, 4-5; 13, 9-
10: severity in military discipline
AC 3, 8 6, 4 : in command of army
in Syria AC 5, 4 6, 4 : as legate of
L. Verus victorious against Par-
thians V 7, i : stormed Seleucia V
8, 3-4 : victorious in Armenia,
Arabia and Egypt MA 21, 2; AC
6, 5-7 : beloved and supported by
people of Antioch MA 25, 8;
AC 6, 5-6; 7, 8; 9, i : attempt to
seize the imperial power MA 15, 6;
21, 2; 24, 625, 4; AC 7, 1-8; C

2, 2; CA 6, 2; 10, 9-10; SA i, 7;
F i, i : death MA 25, 2-3; AC 7,
8-9; 8, i : leniency of M. Aurelius
toward MA 25, 526, i; 26, 10-
13; AC 8, 29, 4; ii, 412, 10 ;
13, 6-7: descendants of killed by
Commodus AC 13, 7 : correspond-
ence of M. Aurelius concerning
revolt AC i, 62, 8; 5, 5-12; 9, 7-
8; 9, u 10, 10; ii, 3-8: speech



INDEX OF NAMES



Avidius Cassius continued.
of M. Aurelius in the Senate con-
cerning partisans of AC 12, 3-10:
letter to son-in-law AC 14, 2-8 :
Pertinax in Syria during revolt
of HP 2, 10 : senators opposed to
CA 12, 10 : life of written by
Marius Maximus F i, i.

Avidius Heliodorus: son of Avidius
Cassius, banished by M. Aurelius
MA 26, ii.

Avidius Nigrinus, C. : conspiracy
against Hadrian and death H. 7,
1-2 : father-in-law of Aelius Verus
H 23, 10.

Avidius Severus : grandfather ot
Avidius Cassius AC i, i.

Avitus : see Elagabalus : Gallonius :
Lollianus.

Avulnius Saturninus, commander of
Scythian frontier : with Valerian at
Byzantium A 13, i.

Axomitae : marched in Aurelian's
triumph A 33, 4 : revered Aurelian
A 41, 10.



Babylon : captured by generals of
L. Verus V 7, i.

Babylonia: pestilence said to have
originated in V 8, 2 : Caracalla in
Cc 6, 4.

Bactriani : kings of sent envoys to
Hadrian H 21, 14: offered aid for
rescue of Valerian Va 4 , i' : marched
in Aurelian's triumph A 33, 4 :
revered Aurelian A 41 , 10.

Baebius Longus : fellow-student of
M. Aurelius MA 3, 8.

Baebius Macer, prefect of city : spared
by Hadrian H 5, 5.

Baebius Macer, prefect of guard : with
Valerian at Byzantium A 13, i.

Baebius Macrianus, rhetorician : tea-
cher of Severus Alexander SA 3, 3.

Baebius Maecianus : introduced Al-
binus to Antonines CA 6, i.

Baetica : see Hispania.

Baiae, town in Italy : Celsus mur-
dered at H 7, 2 : Hadrian died at
H 25, 5-6; AP 5, i ; MA 6, i :
buildings of Severus Alexander at
SA 26, 9-10 : Tacitus at when made
emperor T 7, 6: senator's retire-
ment to T 19, 5.



BALBINUS: origin M-B 7, i. 3;
16, i : career or office M-B 7, a;

15, 2 : appearance and tastes M-B
7, 4-5 : character M 20, i ; M-B i,
2; 2, 7; 7, 6-7; 15, i; 16, 4 : on
commission of twenty to oppose
Maximinus, made emperor with
Maximus M 20, 1-3. 8 ; 32, 3 33,
3; Go 10, 1-2; 19, 9; 22, I; M-B
1,23, 3; 8, i ; 13, 2; 15,5; 16, 6:
riots in Rome against M 20, 6 ; Go
22, 7-9; M-B 9, 1-4; 10, 4-8: re-
ceived news of death of Maximinus
M 25, 3 : sacrifices on news of
death of Maximinus M 24, 7 ; M-
B n, 4: acknowledged by army
of Maximinus M 24, 2-3 : jealousy
of Maximus M-B 12, 5 : honours
and acclamations in senate M 26 ;
M-B 12, 9; 13, 1-2: established in
Palace M 24, 8; 26, 7: ill-will of
soldiers toward M-B 12, 9; 13, 2-3.
5 : excellent rule of M-B 13, 4; 15,
1-2 : plan for campaign against
Germans M-B 13, 5 : quarrels with
Maximus M-B 14, i : killed by
soldiers Go 22, 5 ; M-B 14, 2-8 ; 15,
4 ; 16, 4 : length of rule Go 22, 5 ;
M-B 15, 7 : house of at Rome M-B

1 6, i : letter congratulating MB 17.
Balbus : see Antonius : Cornelius :

lunius.

BALLISTA: Valerian's prefect XT
12, i : defeated Persians Va 4, 4 :
helped to make Macrianus and sons
emperors Ga i, 2; TT 14, i:
Macrianus' prefect Ga 3, 2; TT ia,
6 ; 14, i : betrayed Quietus Ga 3,
2-4 : seized imperial power TT 15,
4 ; 18, i. 3 : speeches of TT 12, 3-6.
9-10: pardoned after Quietus 1
death TT 18, i : did not trust
Gallienus, Aureolus or Odaenathus
TT 18, i: killed TT 18, 2-3. 12:
character TT 18, 4 : opinion ot
Valerian concerning TT 18, 5-11.

Bardaici : hooded cloaks from HP

8,3-

Bassianus : see Aelius : Caracalla :

Valerius.
Bassus : prefect of the city, successor

appointed by Severus S 8, 8.
Bassus : consulship of TT 9, i.
Bassus: Lives of Firmus, etc., ad*

dressed to F a, i.

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INDEX OF NAMES



Bassus : see Cerronius.

Bastarnae: war against Rome MA
22, i : settled in Thrace by Probus
P 18, i.

Belenus, god worshipped at Aquileia :
prophecy of M 22, i.

Belgica : see Gallia.

Bellona: worshippers maltreated by
Commodus C 9, 5 : omen at temple
of S 22, 6.

Benacus (Lake Garda) : descendants
of Probus lived near P 24, i.

Bessi : warred against Rome MA 22, 1.

Bithynia: Didius Julianus governor
of DJ 2, 2 : Heraclitus sent to take
possession of PN 5, 2; troops in
commanded by Albinus CA 6, 2 :
Macrinus and Diadumenianus
killed in OM 10, 3 ; 15, i : Maximus
proconsul of M-B 5, 8: Balbinus

tovernor of M-B 7, 2 : invaded by
cythians (Goths) Ga 4, 7;_ n, i:
descendants of Censorinus lived in
TT 33, 5 : recovered by Aurelian
A 22, 3.

Blemmyae(-es) : marched in Aurelian's
triumph A 33, 4 : revered Aurelian
A 41, 10 : defeated by Probus P 17,
2-3. 6 : Probus' triumph over P 19,
2. 8 : Firmus 1 relations with F 3, 3.

Boeotia : Goths retreated through Ga

13,8.

Boionia Procilla : grandmother of
Antoninus Pius AP I, 4.

Boius : see Fulvius.

Bona Dea, Temple of, at Rome:
built by Hadrian H 19, n.

Bonitus : reported favourably about
Regalianus TT 10, n.

Bononia (Bologna) : tomb of Censor-
inus near TT 33, 4.

BONOSUS : Vopiscus will write life
of P 18, 6; 24, 7; F i, 4; 13, 6:
origin and parentage F 14, i : early
career and habits F 14, 2-5 : seized
imperial power in Germany, de-
feated by Probus, committed suicide
P -18, 4-5. 7; F 15, i-2 : wife and
sons F 15, 3-8.

Bonus : see Rupilius.

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

Bosphorus (Cimmerian) : Rhoe-
metalces restored to kingdom of
AP 9, 8.

4-68



Britain: Hadrian in H n, 2: wail
built in H 11,2: war in under M.
Aurelius MA 22, I : under Corn-
modus C 6, 2; 13, 5 : Pertinax
served in HP 2, i : revolt in
checked by Pertinax HP 3, 5-10 :
Albinus commander of troops in
CA 13, 4: troops in not feared by
Julianus DJ 5, i : Heraclitus sent
to hold S 6, 10 : wall built in by
Severus S 18, 2 : tribes in subdued
by Severus S 19, I : Severus died
in S 19, i ; 24, i : omen in S 22,
4-5 : peace established in S 23, 3 :
conquered by Julius Caesar CA
13, 7: Severus Alexander killed
in (incorrect) SA 59, 6 : stags from
painted in Domus Pompeiana Go
3, 7 : seized by Proculus and
Bonosus P 18, 5 : under rule of
Carinus Ca 16, 2.

Britannicus: cognomen given to
Commodus C 8 , 4 : to Severus S
18,2.

Britons: revolts of H 5, 2; MA 8,
7-8; C 6, 2 : Hadrian among H 16,
3 : defeat of and turf wall built
AP 5, 4 : allowed by Probus to
plant vines P 18, 8: Bonosus
descended from F 14, i.

Brocchus : set. lunius.

Brundisinus : see Maecius.

Brundisium, town in Italy : M.
Aurelius accompanied daughter to
MA 9, 5 : M. Aurelius assumed
toga and ordered soldiers to do so
at MA 27, 3 : Severus at on way to
Syria S 15, 2.

Bruttii, district of Italy : Tetricus
supervisor of TT 24, 5.

Bruttius Praesens, C. : daughter
married to Commodus MA 27, 8 :
second consulship C 12, 7.

Bucolici, tribe in Egypt : attacked
Egypt and defeated by Avidius
Cassius MA 21, 2 ; AC 6, 7.

Burburus : challenged Firmus to
contest in drinking F 4, 5.

Buri : warred against Rome MA
22, T.

Biirrus: see Antisiius.

Busiris : Maximiims likened to M
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INDEX OF NAMES



Byzantium : occupied by Niger S 8,
12 : punished by Severus for
support of Niger, rights restored
through intervention ot Caracalla
Cc i, 7: Gallienus' soldiers plun-
dered and were punished Ga 6, 8-9 ;
7, 2. 4 : key of the Pontus Ga 6, 8 :
people of defeated Goths Ga 13,^6 ;
Cl 9, 7 : Valerian's interview with
Ulpius Crinitus and Aurelian at A
10, 3; 13, i 15,1: Aurelian at A
22, 3 : Aurelian murdered near A
35,5-

Cadusii, tribe of Media: Caracalla

among Cc 6, 4 : letter of King of

V a2 .
Caecilius : eunuch of Faustina AC

10,9.
Caecilius Metellus Numidicus, Cj. :

example followed by Hadrian

H 10, 2.

Caecilius Metellus Pius, Q. : example
of loyalty SA 8, 5.

Caecilius : see Statius.

Caelestinus : cited Va 8, i.

Caelestis, goddess : oracles given by
HP 4, 2; OM 3, i : Celsus made
emperor in robe of TT 29, i.

Caelianus, rhetorician: teacher of
Diadumenianus D 8, 9.

Caelius : see Apicius.

Caelius, Mons, at Rome : M. Aurelius
born on MA i, 5 : Commodus
moved to C 16, 3 : dinner served
to Elagabalus on E 30, 4 : house
of Tetrici on TT 25, 4.

Caelius Antipater, L., historian :
preferred to Sallust by Hadrian H
16, 6.

Caelius Attianus : guardian of
Hadrian H i, 4; 9, 3: friendship
for Hadrian H 4, 2: advice to
Hadrian on his accession H 5, 5 :
escorted ashes of Trajan H 5, 9 :
promoted by Hadrian from prefect
of guard to senator H 8, 7 :
Hadrian's jealousy of and deposi-
tion H 9, 3-4 : Hadrian owed his
principate to H 9, 6 : regarded as
enemy by Hadrian H 15, 2.

Caelius Felix : killed by Commodus
C7.6.

Caenophruriuiri, place in Thrace :
Aurelian murdered near A 35, 5.



Caesar (as imperial name): origin
Ae 2, 3 : used for heir of emperor
Ae i, i; OM i, i: conferred on
Aelius Verus H 23, n ; Ae i, 2 ; 2,
i. 6: AP 4, i; V i, 6: on M.
Aurelius MA 6, 3 : on L. Verus
MA 7, 5 : on sons of M. Aurelius
MA 12, 8; C i, 10: on Commodus
MA 16, i; 17, 3; C i, 10; n, 13:
refused by Pertinax for son HP 6,
9: conferred by Commodus on
Albinus S 6, 9; CA 2, 13, 3; 6,
4-5! I3i 4-io: conferred on Cara-
calla S 10, 3 ; 14, 3 ; 16, 3 : on
Geta S 16, 3 ; Ge 5, 3 : offered by
Severus to Albinus CA 1,2; 7, 3-4 ;
10, 3 : conferred on Diadumenianus
OM 10, 4 ; D 2, 5 : on Severus
Alexander OM 4., i ; E 5, i ; 10, i ;
SA i, 2; 2, 4; 8, i ; 64, 4: taken
from Alexander E 13, I : given by
Alexander to father-in-law SA 49,
3 : conferred on Gordian III M 16,
7; 20, 2; Go 22, 2-5; M-B 3, 3-5;
8, 3 : on Maximinus the younger
M 22, 6 : on Valerian the younger
Va 8, i ; Ga 14, 9 : won by Cyriades
TT 2, 2 : conferred on Postumus
the younger TT 4, i : on Victorinus
the younger TT 6, 3 ; 7, i : on
Tetricus the younger TT 24, i ;
25, i : Valerian planned to appoint
Ulpius Crinitus as A 10, 2 : con-
ferred on Probus P 12, b : on
Carinus Ca 7, i ; 10 ; 16, 2 : Carus
planned to take powers of from
Carinus Ca 7, 3; 17, 6: conferred
on Numerian Ca 7, I ; 10 : on
Constantius Ae 2, 2; Ca 17, 6 : on
Galerius Ae 2, 2.

Caesarea, city in Cappadocia : cap-
tured by Cyriades TT 2, 2.

Caesars: custom of family of CA 5,
6 : Theoclius writer of times oi A
6, 4.

Caesonini : Calpurnia descended
from TT 32, 5.

Caesonius Vectilianus : report ol to
M. Aurelius AC 5, 5.

Caieta, town in Italy: harbour re-
paired by Antoninus Pius AP 8, 3 :
reputed amours of Faustina at MA

19. 7-

Calabria, district of Italy: Teuicus
supervisor of TT 24, 5.

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INDEX OF NAMES



Calenus : fellow-student of M. Aure-
lius MA 3, 8.

CALIGULA: M. Aurelius feared
that Commodus would resemble
MA 28, 10 : L. Verus imitated vices
of V 4, 6 : deserved to die, accord-
ing to M. Aurelius AC 8,4: bio-
graphy by Suetonius C 10, 2 : man
who had same birthday as killed
by Commodus C 10, 2 : example
of evil ruler E i, i ; A 42, 6 : vices
of practised by Elagabalus E 33,
i : removed by tyrannicide E 34, i.

Callicrates of Tyre : cited A 4, 2.

Calpurnia : wife of pretender Titus
TT 32, 5-6.

Calpurnius : wrote letter to Faustina
AC 10, 9.

Calpurnius Agricola : sent to quell
revolt in Britain MA 8, 8.

Calpurnius Crassus Frugi Licinianus,
C. : spared by Hadrian H 5, 5 :
murdered H 5, 6.

Calpurnius Piso, C. : attempt to
seize principate now forgotten PN
9, 2 : conspiracy of suppressed CA
12, 10.

Calpurnius Piso, L. : consulship of
C 12, 1-3.

Calpurnius Scipio Orfitus, Ser. : con-
sulship of C ii, 14.

Calpurnius : see lulius.

Calvisius Tnllus, P. : twice consul,
grandfather of M. Aurelius MA i, 3.

Camilli : Claudius resembled Cl i, 3.

Camillus : see Furius : Ovinius.

Campania : Hadrian's visit and gen-
erosity to H 9, 6 : visit of Anton-
inus Pius to AP 7, ii : M. Aurelius
in MA 10, 7 : spectacles given by
Gordian I in Go 4, 6 : peaches
from CA ii, 3 : Tetricus supervisor
of TT 24, 5 : Tacitus in when made
emperor T 7, 5.

Campus Martius, at Rome : theatre
in destroyed by Hadrian H 9, i :
a lunatic's harangue in MA 13,6:
Basilica Alexandrina near SA 26,
7 : heads of Maximinus and son
burned in M 31, 5 : portico in
planned by Gordian III Go 32, 6:
public meeting in T 7, 2 : spectacle
in Cl 13, 7.

Camsisoleus : general of Gallienus,
defeated Trebellianus TT 26, 4.

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Candidus : see lulius : Vespronius.

Caninia, Lex: observed by Tacitus

, T 10, 7.

Caninius Celer, orator : teacher of
M. Aurelius MA 2, 4 : of L. Verus

V 2, 5.

Cannabas (or Cannabaudes): leader of
Goths, killed by Aurelian A 22, 2.

Canopus : place in Hadrian's villa
near Tibur H 26, 5.

Canus : see Sulpicius.

Canusium, town in Italy : L. Verus
ill at MA 8, ii; V 6, 7 : capes
from Ca 20, 6.

Capelianus : defeated Gordians in
Africa M 19 ; 20, 7 ; Go 15 16.

Capella : see Antistius.

Cap i to, prefect of guard: letter of
Probus to P 10, 6-7.

Capito : see Egnatius.

Capitolinus : see Cornelius : lulius.

Capitolium, in Rome : oath sworn in
by M. Aurelius MA 29, 4 : vows
fulfilled in by Pertinax HP 5, 4:
visit of Didius Julianus to DJ 4, 6 :
visit of Severus to S 7, i : visited
by Severus and Plautianus S 14, 7 :
by Caracalla Cc 3, 2 : by Elaga-
balus E 15,7: dinner served to
Elagabalus on E 30, 4 : ceremonial
robes of emperors kept in SA 40,
8 : Go .,, 4 ; P 7, 4-5 : visited by
Severus Alexander SA 43, 5 ; 57, i :
soldiers killed on Go 22, 8 : visited
by Maximus and Balbinus M-B 3,
2 ; 8, 2. 4 : by Gallienus Ga 8, i. 5 :
statue of Claudius on Cl 3, 4:
temple of Jupiter on A 29, i : Aure-
lian's triumphal procession to A
33. 3 ; 34. 5 : filled with gifts by
Aurelian A 41, n : statue of Aure-
lian voted for T 9, 2 : Tacitus' en-
dowment for repair of T 10, 5 :
amphora kept on M 4, I.

Cappadocia: slaves from used by
Hadrian H 13, 7 : horses from
given away by Gordian I Go 4,5:
invaded by Scythians (Goths) Ga
ii, i.

Capreae : Lucilla killed in C 5, 7.

Capua, town in Italy : M. Aurelius
escorted L. Verus to MA 8, 10;
V 6, 7: journey of Faustina to
AC 10, 7 : plan to arm gladiators
at DJ 8, 3.



INDEX OF NAMES



CARACALLA (L. Septimius Bas-
sianus; M. Aurelius Antoninus):
origin of name S 21, u ; Cc 9, 7-8;
D 2, 8: Severus deemed happy
had he not had son like S 21, 6:
birth and parentage S 3, 9; 20, 2;
21, 7; Cc 6, 6; 10, i: childhood
S 4, 6; Cc i, 3-8: character S 20,
3; Cc 2, 1-3; 5, 2; 9, 3; " 5;
Ge 7, 4-6 ; SA 9, i : received title
of Caesar S 10, 3 ; 14, 3 ; 16, 3 :
received name Antoninus S 10, 3-
6; PN8, 5; Cci.i; Gei,4; OM
3, 4 ; D 6, 8 ; SA IO, 5 : received
imperial insignia from Senate S 14,
3 : married daughter of Plautianus
S 14, 8 : made consul S 14, 10; 16,
8 : acclaimed colleague of Severus
S 16, 3 ; Ge 5, 3 : received triumph
over Jews S 16, 7 : attempt of
soldiers to make emperor S 18, 9-
ii ; Cc ii, 3-4: omen given by
statue of S 22, 3 : sent greetings to
Albinus CA 7, 4 : Severus planned
to make joint ruler with Geta S 20,
1-2 ; 23, 3-6 ; CA 3, 5 ; 7, 2 ; Cc 2,
7; Ge I, 3-7; 6, i : caused Severus
to be deified S 19, 4 : murdered
Geta S 20, 3 ; 21, 7 ; 23, 7 ; Cc 2,
4-6 ; 8, 5 ; 10, 4-6 ; Ge 2, 8 ; 6, i :
asked Papinian to have murder of
Geta excused Cc8, 5-6 : opposed by
soldiers at Alba Cc 2, 7-8 ; Ge 6, i -2 :
donatives to soldiers, Cc 2, 8 ; Ge 6,
2 : appearance before senate and
first acts of rule Cc 2, 9 3, 2 :
murders S 21, 8; Cc3, 34, 9; 5, i ;
8, i. 4. 8 ; Ge 6, 3-6 ; 7, 6 : arrogance
Cc4,io: acts of cruelty and oppres-
sion 821,9; Cc 5, 3. 7; Ge4, 2. 5 :
hated S 21, 11 ; Cc 5, 2 ; 9, 3 ; OM
2, 3-4; 7, 1-3: journey through
Gaul, Raetia, Dacia, Thrace to
Asia Cc 5, 1-8: cognomina Cc 5,
5-6 ; 6, 5 ; 10, 5-6 ; Ge 6, 6 : love of
hunting Cc 5, 9 : war against
Parthians Cc 6, 1-6 : cruelty at
Alexandria Cc 6, 2-3 : murdered
Cc 6, 67, 2 ; 8, 9 ; OM 2, i. 5 ; 3,
8; 4,7-8; D i, i; E 2, 3 ; M 4, 4 :
length of life and rule Cc 9, i :
public works S 21, 11-12 ; Cc 9, 4-
9; E 17, 8-9; gifts to populace S
21, i ; Cc 9, 7-8 ; OM 5, 3 : interest



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