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in cult of Isis Cc 9, 10-11 : burial



Caracalla continued.

Cc 9, 12 : deification and other
honours Cc n, 5-6; OM 5, 1-3;

6, 8 ; D 3, i : relations with Julia
Domna S 21, 7; Cc 3, 3; 10, 1-4;
Ge 7, 3 : gave omen of death of
Geta Ge 3, 3 : seemed to mourn
Geta's death Ge 7, 5 : a disgrace to
name Antoninus OM 7, 8 : deci-
sions not worthy of becoming
law OM 13, i : relations with Julia
Soaemis E 2, i : Elagabalus called
son of Cc 9, 2; n, 7; OM 7, 6;

8, 4; 9,4; E i, 4; 2, i ; 3, i ; 17,
4 ; M 4, 6 : wrong done to by Ela-
gabalus SA 7, 3 : Maximinus' mili-
tary service under M 4, 4 ; remark
concerning Maximinus the younger
M 30, 6-7 : consul with Gordian I,
envied him Go 4, i. 3.

Carinae, place in Rome : house of
Balbinus in M-B 16, i.

CARINUS : older son of Carus Ca
10 : Carus better had he not left as
heir Ca 3, 8: evil emperor P 24,
4-5; F 3, 5-6: presented conse-
crated ivory to woman Ca 3, 5-6:
vices and evil friends of Ca 16; 17,
2 ; 18, i : made Caesar, sent to
rule Gaul and western provinces
Ca 7, 1-2 ; 10; 16, 2 : Carus planned
to take powers of Caesar from Ca

7. 3! I7i 6 : attitude toward senate
Ca 16, 6 : indifference toward duties
as ruler Ca 16, 8 : arrogance and
luxury Ca 17, 1-5 : defeated and
killed by Diocletian Ca 10; 18, 2.

Carnuntum, town in Austria : Severus
acclaimed emperor at S 5, i.

Carpi : war of against Moesia M-B
16, 3 : defeated by Aurelian A 30, 4.

Carpicus : cognomen bestowed on
Aurelian A 30, 4.

Carpisculus : cognomen proposed in
jest by Aurelian A 30, 4.

Carrhae, city in Mesopotamia : Cara-
calla murdered near Cc 6, 6 ; 7, i :
Lunus worshipped at Cc 7, 3 : re-
captured from Persians by Gordian
III Go 26, 6; 27, 6: captured by
Odaenathus Ga 10, 3; 12, i.

Carthage : renamed Hadrianopolis
H 20, 4 : fire at AP 9, 2 : called
Alexandria Commodiana Togata
C 17, 8 ; oracle of Caelestis at OM

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INDEX OF NAMES



Carthage continued.

3, i : Gordian I at M 14, 4 : Go 9,
6; ii, 5: Gordian II defeated and
killed near Go 4, 2; 15 : prayer of
Scipio, conqueror of M-B 17, 8 :
submission of rebels at Go 23, 4:
letter of senate to council of T 18,
2-4 : saved from rebels by Probus
P 9, i : Rome grew after conquest
of Ca 3, i.

CARUS: Vopiscus will write life of
and of sons P 24, 8 ; F i, 4 ; 15, 10 :
lives of written by Fabius Cerylli-
anus Ca 4, 3 : a good emperor P
24, 4 ; Ca 3, 8 ; 9, 4 : trained by
Probus P 22, 3 : birthplace Ca 4,
I 5, 3: early career Ca 4, 6; 5,
4: made emperor P 24, 4; Ca 5,
4 ; 15,2: said to have caused death
of Probus but punished his slayers
Ca 6, i : opinion of Probus con-
cerning Ca 6, 2-3 : gave sons name
of Caesar Ca 7, i ; sent Carinus to
rule Gaul Ca 7, 1-2 : deplored ways
of Carinus and planned to take
from him powers of Caesar Ca 7, 3 ;
17, 6 : made war on Persians Ca 7,
I ; 8, I ; 12, I : defeated Sarma-
tians Ca 8, i ; 9, 4 : death Ca 8, 2
9, 2 ; 18, i : letter of Ca 4, 6-7 :
message to senate Ca 5, 2 : spec-
tacles given by Ca 19 ; 20, 2 : Dio-
cletian's saying concerning Ca

20,2.

Carystus, place in Euboea : marble

from Go 32, 2.
Casius, Mons, mountain in Syria :

ascended by Hadrian H 14, 3.
Casperius Aemilianus : killed by

Severus S 13, 4.
Casperius Agrippinus : killed by

Severus S 13, 3.
Cassii : murderers of Julius Caesar,

supposed ancestors of Avidius

Cassius AC i, 4.
Cassius, L. (C. ?) : name of borne by

Avidius Cassius AC 14, 4.
Cassius Longinus : teacher of Zen-

obia, killed by Aurelian A 30, 3.
Cassius Papirius : Albinus to succeed

in consulship CA 10, 10-12.
Castor and Pollux, Temple of, at

Rome: meeting of senate in M 16,

i; Va 5 ,4.
Catilina: see Sergius.

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Catilius Severus : original name of
M. Aurelius MA I, 9.

Catilius Severus : counsellor of Sev-
erus Alexander SA 68, i.

Catilius Severus, L. : appointed
governor of Syria by Hadrian H 5,
10 : attacked by Hadrian H 15,7:
angered by adoption of Antoninus
Pius H 24, 6 : deposed by Hadrian
from prefecture of city H 24, 7 :
colleague of Antoninus Pius in
consulship AP 2, 9 : great-grand-
father of M. Aurelius MA i, 4. 9.

Cato : see Porcius.

Catos : left no sons S 21, i.

Catulinus : sze Valerius.

Catulus : grandfather of Memiaia,
wife of Severus Alexander SA 20, 3.

Catulus : see Cinna.

Cecropius (or Ceronius) : murdered
Gallienus Ga 14, 4-9.

Cecropius : trained by Probus P 22, 3.

Ceioma Fabia : sister of L. Verus V
10, 4 : influence over Verus V 10,
3-4 : attempted to marry M. Aure-
lius MA 29, 10 : in conspiracy to
kill M. Aurelius V 10, 4: a self-
styled son of HP 10, 2.

Ceionii, family of: Clodius Albinus
descended from CA 4, I ; 10, 6 ;
T2, 8 : later importance of CA 4, 2 :
prowess of under the Republic CA

i.3. 5-
Ceionius Albinus : killed by Severus

S 13, 3.
Ceionius Albinus, city-prefect: letter

of Valerian to A 9.
Ceionius Civica Barbarus, M. : uncle

of L. Verus, sent to Orient to join

him MA 9, 4.
Ceionius Commodus : father of Aelius

Verus Ae 2, 7 ; also called L. Aure-
lius Verus and Annius Ae 2, 7.
Ceionius lulianus : conversation \vith

F 2, i.
Ceionius Postumianus : introduced

Albinus to Antonines CA 6, i.
Ceionius Postumus : father of Clodius

Albinus CA 4, 3 : letter of CA 4,

Celer Verianus : letter of Gallienus

to TT 9, 5-9.
Celer : see Caninius.
Celerinus : see Cuspidius.
Celsa : see Nonia.



INDEX OF NAMES



Celsinus : counsellor of Diocletian A

44, 3.
Celsinus : Life of Probus addressed

to P i, 3.

Celsinus : see Clodius.
CELSUS: formerly tribune, made

emperor in Africa, murdered TT 29,

1-4: Cl7, 4-
Celsus : revolted against Antoninus

Pius AC 10, i.
Celsus : reported favourably about

Regalianus TT 10, n.
Celsus Aelianus : consul, sent decree

of senate to colleague M-B 17, 2.
Celsus : see Aelius : Furius : Heren-

nius : luventius : Publilius : Rag-

onius : Rufius.
Celts : aided Postumus Ga 7, i :

invasion of under Claudius Cl 6,

2 : mares of captured Cl 9, 6.
Censorini : family of Censorinus TT

CENSORINUS : good qualities and
honours of TT 32, 8; 33, i : made
emperor in reign of Claudius ana
killed TT 31, 7. 12; 33i 2-3 : tomb

of TT 33, 4-5-
Centumcellae, town in Italy : cruelty

of Commodus at C I, 9.
Cereius Maecianus : letter to T 19, 3.5.
Cerellius Faustinianus : killed by

Severus S 13, 6.
Cerellius lulianus : killed by Severus

S 13, 6.

Cerellius Macrinus : killed by Sev-
erus S 13, 6.
Ceres: rites of; see Eleusinian

Mysteries : statue of consecrated by

Aurelian A 47, 3.
Cerronius Bassus : letter of Aurelian

to A 31, 5-10.
Cervidius Scaevola, Q. : consulted

by M. Aurelius MA n, 10 : teacher

of Septimius Severus and Papinian

Cc 8, 3.
Cervonius Papus, C. : consulship of

Go 29, i.

Ceryllianus : see Fabtus.
Cesettianus : see Aelius.
Chaeronea, town in Greece : home

of Sextus, teacher of M. Aurelius

MA 3, 2.
Chalcedon, city in Asia : home of

Apollonius, teacher of M. Aurelius

MA 2, 7-



Apollonius (in

by



Chalcis : home of
correct) AP 10, 4.

Chaldaeus (-i) : consulted by M.
Aurelius MA 19, 3 ; E 9, i : by
father of Pertinax HP i, 3 : by
Severus 84, 3 : those who con-
sulted killed by Severus S 15, 5.

Charioviscus : served under Aurelian
A ii, 4.

Chatti : invaded Germany and Raetia
MA 8, 7 : defeated by Didius
Julianus DJ i, 8.

Chauci : defeated by Didius Julianus
DJ i, 7-

Chilo : see Mallius.

Christ : statue of in private chapel
of Severus Alexander SA 29, 2 :
Hadrian and Alexander wished to
build temples to SA 43, 6 : bishops
of worshipped Serapis in Egypt
F 8, 2 : patriarch forced to worship
in Egypt F 8, 4.

Christians : persons forbidden to be-
come S 17, 2 : plan to amalgamate
religion of with cult of Elagabalus
E 3, 5: tolerated by Severus
Alexander SA 22, 4 : danger of all
persons becoming SA 43, _7- cus-
tom of in choosing priests imitated
by Alexander SA 45, 7 : dispute
settled in favour of by Alexander
SA 49, 6 : precept of adopted by
Alexander SA 51, 7-8 : meeting of
senate compared to gathering of A
20, 5 : bad character of in Egypt
F7, 5; 8, 2-3, 7-

Christologus : nickname
Pertinax HP 13, 5.

Cicero : see Tullius.

Cilicia : L. Verus in V 6, 9 :
lianus ruled over people of TT 26,
3 : Claudius planned to remove
Isaurians to TT 26, ^ : Aurelianus
proconsul of A 42, 2 : Carus pro-
consul of Ca 4, 6.

Cilo : see Fabius : Mallius.

Cincinnatus : see Quinctius.

Cincius Severus : protested against
burial of Commodus C 20, 3-5 :
killed by Severus S 13, 9.

Cinna Catulus, philosopher : teacher
of M. Aurelius MA 3, 2.

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

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INDEX OF NAMES



Circesium, place in Mesopotamia:
Gordian III buried near Go 34, 2.

Circus Maximus, in Rome : wild
beast hunts in H 19, 7 : collapse of
AP 9, i : M. Aurelius in MA 16, 2 :
Commodus wished to drive in C 8,
8 : prodigy in C 16, 2 : benches in
filled PN 3, i : acclamations in OM
12, 9 : performers from favoured
E 6, 4 : Elagabalus' body dragged
through E 17, 3 : women from E
26, 3 : 32, 9 : Elagabalus drove in
E 23, i : restored by Severus Alex-
ander AS 24, 3 : - races of Furius
Placidus in A 15, 4-5 : spectacle of
Probus in P 19, 2-4.

Civica : see Ceionius.

Clara : see Aemilia : Didia.

Clarissimus : ses Severus.

Clarus : see Erucius : lulius Eru-
cius : Ragonius : Septicius.

Claudia : neice of Claudius, mother
of Constantius Cl 13, 2. 9.

Claudia : sister of Probus P 3, 4.

Claudia, Aqua: drunk by Severus
Alexander SA 30, 4.

Claudianus : see Asellius.

Claudianus, Mons, in Egypt : marble
from Go 32, 2.

Claudii : ancestors of Constantine,
revered by him E 2, 4.

CLAUDIUS: glory of all emperors
and founder of Constantino's family
E 35, 2 : family of revered and
noble TT 31, 7: ancestor of Con-
stantius Ga 7, I ; 14, 3 ; Cl I, i. 3 ;

9, 9; 10, 7; A 44, 5 : set up inscrip-
tion to Valerian the younger Va
8, 3 : aided Gallienus against Post-
umus Ga 7, i : native of Dalmatia,
said to be descended from kings of
Troy Cl n, 9 ; native of Illyricum,
tribune of Fifth Legion Cl 14, 2 ;
15, i ; 16, i : in command of
Illyricum Cl 15, 2 : in command of
Peloponnesus Cl 16, 2 : excellent
character of Ga 14,2; 15, 3; Cl i,
3; 2, i-8; 3, 2-7; 7, 6-8: dis-
approved of statue of Gallienus Ga
18,4: approved of Regalianus TT

10, 9-13 : promoted by Valerian
TT 10, 14 : made emperor Ga 14,
2; 15, 3; Cl 4: defeated, killed
and buried Aureolus TT n, 4-5;
Cl 5, 1-3 ; A 16, 2 : planned to re-

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Claudius continued.
move Isaurians to Cilicia TT 26,
7 : allowed Zenobia to rule TT 30,
3. ii : victory over Goths with
Marcianus Cl 6, i ; 18, i : Censor-
inus pretender in time of TT 31,7.
12: Gothic war TT 30, 3. n ; Cl
i, 3; 2, 6 ; 6- 9; ii 12, i: sent
Aurelian against Goths A 16, i ;
17, 2-4 : removed Gallienus from
rule Cl i, 3: scorn for Gallienus
Cl 5, 2 : letters of Cl 7, 1-5 ; 8, 4
9, 2; A 17, 2-4: oracles given to
Cl 10, 1-5 : wished to make Quin-
tillus associate in power Cl 10, 6 :
Egyptians faithful to Cl ii, 2:
disobedient soldiers of defeated and
sent to Rome in chains Cl ii, 5-8;
A 18, i : pestilence during reign
of Cl 12, 2 : death Cl 12, 2 :
brothers and sister of Cl 10, 6 ; 12,
3 ; 13, 1-3 : had no children Cl 13,
9 : habits, appearance and strength
Cl 13, 5-8: received soldier's re-
wards from Decius Cl 13, 8 : letters
of Valerian concerning Cl 14 15 :
letter of Decius concerning Cl 16 :
letter of Gallienus concerning Cl
17 : acclamations for in senate after
victory in Illyricum Cl 18, 1-3:
more beloved than Trajan and
Antonines Cl 18, 4 : importance of
Aurelian under A 16, i ; 17, 4;
P 6, 6 : example of good emperor
A 42, 4 : witticism of jester of A 42,
5 : fame of descendants of A 44. 4 :
Probus to be preferred to T 16, 6 :
Probus said to be relative of P 3, 3 :
Probus' achievements under P 6, i :
opinion concerning Probus P 7, i :
under Probus no longer desired P
12, 2: fortune begrudged long rule
to Ca 3, 6.

Claudius : barber, made prefect of
grain-supply by Elagabalus E 12,
i.

Claudius Arabianus : killed by Sev-
erus 813, 7.

Claudius Atticus Herodes, Ti., ora-
tor : teacher of M. Aurelius MA 2,
4 : of L. Verus V 2, 5.

Claudius Eusthenius : wrote lives of
Diocletian and associates Ca 18, 5.

Claudius lulianus : letter to Maxi-
mus and Balbinus M-B 17.



INDEX OF NAMES



Claudius Livianus, Ti. : friendship
for Hadrian H 4, 2.

Claudius Lucanus : killed by Corn-
modus C 7, 7.

Claudius Marcellus, M. : prophecy
that Severus Alexander would re-
semble SA 4, 6.

Claudius Maximus, philosopher :
teacher of M. Aurelius MA 3, 2.

Claudius Pompeianus : son ot Ti.
Claudius Pompeianus, killed by
Caracalla Cc 3, 8.

Claudius Pompeianus Quintianus :
relative of Commodus, attempted
to kill him C 4, 2-3 ; 5, 12 : killed
C 4, 4; 5, 12 (incorrect).

Claudius Pompeianus, Ti. : married
to Lucilla MA 20, 6 ; Cc 3, 8 :
twice consul MA 20, 6 : Cc 3, 8 :
consulship of AC n, 8; 12, 2:
advanced in years AC 10, 3 : ap-
pointed Pertinax to a military
command HP 2, 4 : urged by Per-
tinax to take principate but refused
HP 4, 10: invited by Didius
Julianus to share principate but
refused DJ 8, 3.

Claudius Rufus: killed by Severus
S 13, i.

Claudius Sapilianus : letter of T 19,

Claudius Severus, philosopher :
teacher of M. Aurelius MA 3, 3.

Claudius Severus Arabianus, Cn. :
consulship of S i, 3.

Claudius Sulpicianus : killed by
Severus S 13, 4.

Claudius Venacus: counsellor of
Severus Alexander SA 68, i.

Cleander : see Aurelius.

Cleodamus : defended Byzantium
against Goths Ga 13, 6.

Cleopatra: claimed by Zenobia as
ancestress TT 27, i ; 30, 2 ; Cl i,
i : gold dishes of used by Zenobia
TT 30, 19; pearls of owned by
Calpurnia TT 32, 6: preferred
death to captivity A 27, 3.

Cleopatra : name given to Zenobia

P9, 5-
Clodia, Via : villa of L. Verus on V

8,8.
CLODIUS ALBINUS: family and

birth CA i, 354, 1-7: older than

Niger CA 7, I : education CA 5,



Clodius Albinus continued.

1-2: omens of rule CA 5, 3-10 :
oracles concerning PN 8, 1-3 ; CA
i, 4: early career CA 6, 1-7: ap-
pointed governor of Britain by
Commodus CA 13, 4 : offered title
of Caesar by Commodus S 6, 9 ;
CA 2, i3, 35 6, 4-5; 13, 4-io:
letter of Commodus to CA 2, 2-5 :
made consul by Severus CA 3, 6 ;
6, 8 : offered title of Caesar and
share in principate by Severus CA
i, 2; 7, 2-6; 10, 3: speech to
troops accepting imperial power
CA 3, 3 : considered as successor
by Severus S 6, 9; PN 4, 7; CA
3, 4-5 ; 6, 8 ; 10, 3 : popularity of
S ii, 3; CA 3, 5? 7, 2. 4; 9, 6;

12, 1-12; 13, 3' 14, 2: Severus
tried to murder CA 8, 1-3: revolt
DJ 5, i; S 10, i; PN 2, i; 6, 2;
9, 3 ; CA i, i ; 8, 4 ; SA i, 7 :
measures taken against by Severus
S6, 10 ; 10, 2; PN 5, 2; CA 9, i:
revolt suppressed S 10, 7 u, 6;
CA 9, 1-3; 12, 13: death S 11,
6-9; CAg, 3-7; 12, 3: prophecies
concerning death S 10, 7; CA 9,
2-4 : family and partisans punished
S 12, i. 5. 7 5 CA 9, 5 ; 12, 2-4 :
character CA 10, i; 11, 5: letters
of M. Aurelius concerning CA 10,
4-12 : habits and tastes CA n, 2-8;

13, 1-2: generosity CA _u, i:
letter of Severus concerning CA
12, 5-12: appearance CA 13, i:
speech to soldiers CA 13, 5-10 :
anger of Commodus at CA 14, i-5 :
Pertinax advised to take as asso-
ciate CA 14, 2 : Pertinax' hatred
for CA 14, 6 : influenced Julianus
to kill Pertinax CA i, i ; 14, 2. 6 :
life of written by Marius Maximus
Fi, i.

Clodius Celsinus : praised by senate

Sn, 3.

Clodius Pulcher, P. : mules of F 6, 4-
Clodius Rufinus: killed by Severus

S 13, 5.
Cobotes: warred against Rome MA

22, i.
Cocceius Verus: killed by Severus

S 13, 4.
Coedes: influential freedman of L.

Verus V 9, 5.

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INDEX OF NAMES



Comagena, town in Austria: oracle
given to Claudius at Cl 10, 1-3.

Commodianus : name given to Rome
C 8, 6. 9 : to the senate C 8, 9 : to
the Domus Palatina C 12, 7: to
the age C 14, 3 : to the Roman
People C 15, 5 : to Carthage C 17,
8: to the African fleet C 17, 8: to
flamen of Commodus C 17, 11.

COMMODUS: M. Aurelius deemed
happy had he not had son like MA
18, i ; S 21, 5 : a disgrace to name
Antoninus OM 7, 7; SA 9, 2:
parentage and birth MA 19, i. 4-7;
C i, 2-4: education and teachers
C i, 5-6: evil and cruel in youth
MA 16, i ; 27, 9. 12 ; C i, 7-9 ; 10,
1-2 : opinion of M. Aurelius con-
cerning MA 27, ii ; 28, 10 : early
honours MA 16, i-2; 17, 3; 22,
12; C i, io2, 5; ii, 1312, 7-
in Marcomannic war C 2, 5 ; 12, 2.
6 : colleague of father in tribunician
power MA 27, 5; AC 13, 4 : dis-
missed father's councillors C 3, i.
3 : killed family of Avidius Cassius
AC 13, 7 : abandoned war against
Marcomanni C 3, 5 : triumph C 3,
6 : debaucheries C 2, 7-9; 3, 6-7;
5, 4. 8-1 1 ; 10, 8-9: bad appoint-
ments to provinces C 3, 8 : hostile
relations with senate C 3, 9; DJ
2, i : conspiracies against C 4, 1-3 ;
15, 2; 17, i: murders and exiles
C 4, 4. 8-n; 5, 7. 12-14; 7, 1-2.
4-8; 8, 1-3; 9, 2-3; 10, 7; 14, 8;
15, i : influence of Saoterus C 3, 6;

4, 5-6 : influence of Perennis C 4, 7 :

5, 1-6. 13 ; 6, 1-2 : prowess as gladi-
ator MA 19, 4-6; C I, 8; 5, 5 ; 8, 5 ;
ii, 10-12; 12, 10-12; 13, 3; 15, 3. 8;
CA 6, 7 : exiled and killed wife C
5, 9: wars C 6, 1-2 ; 13, 5-6 : influ-
ence of Cleander C 6, 3. 5-12:
cognomina C 8, 1-5. 9; ii, 14; Cc
5. 5 J D 7, 2-3 : folly and cruelty
C 8, 6-9; 9, 6; 10, 2 ii, 9; 13,
4; 15, 4-7; Ca 3, 3: took part in
foreign cults C 9, 4-6; PN 6, 8-9;
Cc 9, ii : vows made for C 12, 9:
appearance C 13, i ; 17, 3 : negli-
gent as ruler C 13, 7 14, i : famine
C 14, 1-3 : official corruption under
C 14, 4-7: death C 17, 2; HP 4,
4.5.7; 5, I'.Ss, i; 14, i; PNi,5;

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Commodus continued.
2, i : prodigies C 16, 1-7 : largess
and spectacles C 16, 8-9 : buried C
17, 4; 20, 1-5 : hatred for C 17, 4;
S 4, 3; CA 3, i : public works C
J 7i 5-7i 9- IQ : organized African
grain-fleet C 17, 7-8: honoured by
Severus C 17, 11-12; S n, 3-4; 12,
8: sisters C 17, 12: outcries in
senate after death C 18-19; HP 5,
i : promoted Pertinax HP 3, 5 :
accusations made to by Pertinax
HP 3, 7 : pleased by Pertinax as
city-prefect HP 4, 3 : statues over-
thrown HP 6, 3 : property sold by
Pertinax HP 7, 8-10 ; 8, 2-7 : ser-
vants of tried to murder Pertinax
HP 12, 8: freed Didius Julianus
from charge of conspiracy DJ 2, i ;
6, 2 : Didius Julianus promised to
restore to honour DJ 2, 6 : appoin-
ted Severus consul S 4, 4 : planned
to make Albinus a Caesar S 6, 9 ;
CA 2, i3, 3; 6, 4-5; 13, 4-io :
appointed Niger consul and gov-
ernor of Syria PN i, 5 ; 4, 6 : letter
concerning Niger PN 4, 4: Niger's
advice to PN 7, 2-3 : military dis-
cipline relaxed under PN 10, 8:
painting in gardens of PN 6, 8:
letter to Albinus CA 2, 2-5 : ad-
vanced Albinus in office CA 6, 3-7;
14, 3 : replaced Albinus as governor
of Britain CA 14, i ; better had he
feared the senate CA 13, 7: letter
concerning Albinus CA 14, 3-6:
decisions unworthy of becoming
law OM 13, i : verses directed
against D 7, 2-4 : Elagabalus worse
than SA 7, 4; 9, 4: example of evil
ruler T 6, 4 : called Incommodus

T6, 4 .

Commodus : name given to month
August C ii, 8; 12, 6.

Commodus : see Aelius : Aurelius :
Ceionius.

Concha, place in Italy : Zenobia lived
near TT 30, 27.

Concordia: appealed to P 12, 7.

Concordia, Temple of, at Rome :
Pertinax waited in before acclama-
tion as emperor HP 4, 9 : meetings
of senate in SA 6, 2 ; M-B I, I ; P
10, 5.

Condianus : set Quintilius.



INDEX OF NAMES



Constantii : ancestors of Constantine,
revered by him E 2, 4.

Constantina : sister of Claudius Cl
13, 3.

CONSTANTINE : addressed CA 4,
2; Ge i, 1-2; E 34, 1-5; 35; SA
65-67; M i, 1-3; Go i; 34, 6:
elevated family of Ceionii CA 4, 2 :
revered Antoninus and M. Aurelius
with own ancestors E 2, 4.

CONSTANTIUS: received title of
Caesar from Diocletian Ae 2, 2;
Ca 17, 6: son of Eutropius and
Claudia Cl 13, 2: descendant of
Claudius Ga 7, i ; 14, 3 ; Cl i, i.
3; 9,9; 10,7; A 44, 5: Trebellius
Pollio suspected of seeking favour
of Cl 3, i : ancestor of many Aug-
ust! with all loyalty to Diocletian,
Maximian and Galerius Cl 10, 7:
descendants of glorious A 44, 5 :
trained by Probus P 22, 3 : gov-
ernor of Dalmatia, Carus planned
to put in place of Carinus Ca 17, 6 :
restored Gaul to rule of Rome Ca
1 8, 3 : character of Ca 18, 4.

Coptos, city in Egypt: recovered
from Blemmyae by Probus P 17,
2.6.

Cordius : charioteer, favourite of Ela-
gabalus E 6, 3 : appointed prefect
of the watch E 12, i : removed
from power at demand of soldiers
E 15, 2.

Corduenus : see Aelius.

Cordus : see Aelius lunius : Valerius.

Corfulenus : see Statilius.

Corinth: L. Verus at V 6, 9: letter
of senate to council of T 18, 6.

Coriolanus : see Marcius.

Cornelia Salonina, wife of Gallienus :
mother of Saloninus Ga 21, 3.

Cornelianus : see Attidius : Aurun-
culeius.

Cornelius Balbus : letter of M. Au-
relius to PN 4, 1-3.

Cornelius Balbus Theophanes (in-
correct), historian : received citi-
zenship from Pompey, claimed as
ancestor by Balbinus M-B 7, 3.

Cornelius Capitolinus: cited TT
15,8.

Cornelius Dolabella Petronianus,
Ser. : consulship of AP i , 8.



Cornelius Pronto, M., orator : teacher
of M. Aurelius MA 2, 4-5 : of
Lucius Verus V 2, 5.

Cornelius Macer : descendant ot
Macrianus TT 14, 5.

Cornelius Palma, A. : enemy of
Hadrian H 4, 3 : fell from favour
of Trajan H 4, 3 : conspiracy
against Hadrian and death H 7,
1-2.

Cornelius Repentinus : son-in-law of
Didius Julianus, appointed prefect
of the city DT 3, 6 : remained loyal
to Didius Julianus DJ 8, 6.

Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus, P. :
example followed by Hadrian H
10, 2 : saying of AP 9, 10 : left no
sons S 21, i : Elagabalus professed
to imitate E 26, 2 : Gordian I.
likened to Go 5, 5. 7 : prayer of
M-B 17, 8: praised by Cicero Cl

2, 5-

Cornelius Scipio Africanus, P. :
praised by Ennius Cl 7, 7 : by
historians P 2, 4.

Cornelius Scipio Asiaticus, L. : re-
semblance of Gordian III to Go 21,
5 : praised by historians P 2, 4.

Cornelius Scipio Nasica, P. : praised
by historians P 2, 4.

Cornelius Scipio Orfitus, Ser. : con-
sulship of C 12, 6.

Cornelius Sulla, L. : Commodus
likened to C 8, i : Seveius likened
to PN 6, 4 : lauded by Caracalla
Cc 2, 2 : Caracalla showed himself
a future Cc 4, 10 : soldiers of Cara-
calla rewarded like those of Cc 5, 4.

Cornelius Tacitus, P. : inaccuracy of
A 2, 2 : interest of Emperor Taci-
tus in T 10, 3 : Vopiscus will not
imitate P 2, 7.

Cornelius : see Fabius.

Cornicula : see Annius.

Cornificia : mistress of Pertinax HP
13,8.

Cornificia : see Annia.

Cornificius : see Velius.

Corvini : Aurelian comparable to A

9, 4-
Costoboci : warred against Rome

MA 22, i.

Cotiaeum, town in Asia : home of
Alexander, teacher of M. Aurelius
MA 2, 3.

477



INDEX OF NAMES



Crassus : see Calpurnius : Sulpicius.

Crete: Scythians (Goths) attempted
to plunder Cl 12, i : bowmen from
under command of Claudius Cl
16, 2.

Crinitus : see Ulpius.

Crispinus : defended Aquileia against
Maximinus M 21, 6; 22, i; M-B
12, 2.

Crispinus : see Tullius.

Crispus : brother of Claudius, father
of Claudia, mother of Constantius
Cl 13, 2. 9.

Croton, city in Italy : Milo a native
of M 6, 9.

Ctesiphon, city in Mesopotamia:
captured by Severus S 16, i :
Gordian III. hoped to reach Go 27,
6 : attacked by Odaenathus Ga 10,
6 ; 12, i ; TT 15, 4; 30, 6 : reached
by Carus Ca 8, i : ordained that
Roman emperor should not pass
Ca 9, i.

Cumae, city in Italy : oracle of
Apollo at CA 5, 4.

Cures, town in Italy: H 2, 8 citing
Aeneid VI. 811.

Curius Fortunatianus : wrote history
of Maximus and Balbinus M-B

4, 5-

Cuspidius Celerinus : proposed hon-
ours for Maximus, Balbinus and
Gordian III M 26, 5.

Cyclopea: performance of Ga 8, 3;
Ca 19, 3.

Cyclops : Maximinus likened to M
8, 5; M-B n, i : name given to
Firmus F 4, i.

Cyprus : bulls /rom painted in
Domus Pompeiana Go 3, 7 : Scyth-
ians (Goths) attempted to plunder
Cl 12, i : clasp with pin from Cl
14, 5 : couch-covers from Cl 14, 10 :
table-covers from A 12, i.

Cyrillus : see Tatius.

CYRIADES: fled to Persians,
warred against Romans TT 2, 1-2 :
called Caesar and Augustus TT 2,
2-3 : killed father TT 2, 3.4 : killed
TT 2, 3.

Cyriades : father of pretender Cyri-
ades, robbed and murdered by him
TT 2 .

Cyrrhus, town in Syria : birthplace
of Avidius Cassius MA 25, 12.

478



Cyzicus, city in Asia : omen for
Antoninus Pius at AP 3, 4 : Aemi-
lianus fled to S 8, 16 : Niger de-
feated at S 9, i ; PN 5, 8 : attacked
by Goths Ga 13, 8.





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