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Dacia : campaigns of Trajan and
Hadrian in H 3, 2-3. 6 : Turbo in
command of H 6, 7 : 7, 3 : revolts
in quelled AP 5, 4; C 13, 5 : Per-
tinax procurator of HP 2, 4 : Per-
tinax governor of HP 2, 10: Cara-
calla in Cc 5, 4 : Regalianus a
native of TT 10, 8 : troops in under
command of Claudius Cl 15, 2 :
troops in disaffected Cl 17, 3 :
troops from killed in revolt of mint-
workers A 38, 4 : established as
province by Trajan, given up by
Aurelian A 39, 7.

Dacia Ripensis : Aurelian born in
A 3, I-

Dacia Transdanuvina : formed by
Aurelian A 39, 7.

Dalmatia : bandits of enrolled as
soldiers MA 21, 7: Didius Julianus
governor of DJ i , 9 : cavalry from
commanded by Albinus CA 6, 2:
by Cecropius (or Ceronius) Ga 14,
4. 9: Macrianus' valour in TT 12,
17 : Claudius a native of Cl n, 9 :
valour of cavalry from Cl n, 9:
tunics from C 8, S ; HP 8, a ; 26,
2; Cl 17, 6: troops in under
command of Claudius Cl 15, 2:
Constantius governor of Ca 17, 6.

Danube : Marcomanni defeated on
MA 21, 10 : Sarmatae slaughtered
on AC 4, 6 : guarded by Pertinax
HP 2, 10 : Aurelian's victory north
ot A 22, 2 : Probus' achievements
north of P 5, i.

Daphne (Daphnis), town in Syria :
L. Verus at MA 8, 12; V 7, 3:
demoralization of Roman legions
at AC 5, 5; SA 54, 7: soldiers
found at disciplined by Avidius
Cassius AC 6, i : Ballista killed
at TT 18, 2: battle fought by
Aurelian at A 25, i.

Dardania, district in Jugoslavia :
bandits of enrolled as soldiers MA
21, 7: Eutropius a native of Cl



INDEX OF NAMES



Dardania continued.

13, 2 : troops from under command

of Claudius Cl 16, 2 : great-coat

from Cl 17, 6.
Dardania, district in Asia Minor:

Claudius said to be from Cl 11,9.
Dardanus, King of Troy : Claudius

said to be descended from Cl 11, 9.
Dasummus : father of Malemnius,

king of the Sallentini MA i, 6.
Decebalus : Regalianus a kinsman

of TT 10, 8.
Decii : consulship of Va 5,4: left

choice of censor to senate Va 5, 4 :

had title of Augustus Va 6, 8 :

lives and deaths like those of the

ancients A 42, 6.
DECIUS : Valerian in service of Va

5, 4 : speech of Va 6, 1-6 : gave

soldier's rewards to Claudius Cl

13, 8 : letter of Cl 16.
Decius : see Aelius.

Decrianus, architect : Colossus of
Nero moved by H 19, 12.

Delphi : oracles of Apollo at PN 8,
1-6; CA 1,4.

Demosthenes : left no sons 821,2:
died violent death SA 62, 3.

Dexippus : see Herennius.

Dexter : see Domitius.

Diadematus : original name of Dia-
dumenianus D 4, 4.

DIADUMENIANUS : associated
with Macrinus in imperial power
OM 5, i; D i, i; E i, 4; 2, 3 :
called Caesar, not Augustus OM
10, 4 ; D 2, 5 : received name An-
toninus Cc 8, 10; OM 2, 5 3, 9;
5, i ; 6, 6: 7, 5. 8; 10, 6; 14, 2-3;
Di-2; 3, i; 6, 10; 7, 1.5-?; 8, i;
E 1,4; 3, i; 8, 5; SA 9, 3; 10,5:
a spurious Antoninus OM 10, 6 :
harangue to troops D 2, 2-4 : an-
nouncement of name of to senate
OM 6, 6-7; D 2, 7 : coins struck
with name of D 2, 6 : gifts to people
in honour of D 2, 8-10 : appearance
D 3, 2-3 : omens of rule D 3, 4
5, 6 : cruelty D 8, 29, 3 : E 2, 3 :
killed with Macrinus OM 10, 3. 5 ;

14, 2; D 2, 5; 9, 4; E i, 4; M 4,
6: verses concerning OM 12, 9:
vilified at accession of Elagabalus
E 3, 3 J 8, 4-5-



Diana : statues of at Laodicea and
other places E 7, 5-6.

Diavplenus (perhaps lavolenus) :
jurist consulted by Antoninus Pius
AP 12, i.

Didia Clara : daughter of Didius
Julianus, received title of Augusta
DJ 3, 4 ; 4, 5 : deprived of title DJ
8, 9 : buried Julianus DJ 8, 10.

DIDIUS JULIANUS: ancestry DJ

1, 1-2: education DJ i, 3: early
career DJ i, 4 2, 2: consul with
Pertinax and successor in Africa
HP 14, 5 ; DJ 2, 3 : omen of rule
HP 14, 4 ; DJ 2, 3 : made emperor
DJ 2, 4-3, 5 ; PN 2, i ; CA i, i :
donative to soldiers DJ 3, 2 : un-
popular with people DJ 3, 7-8;
4, 2-10 ; PN 2, 2-3 ; 3, 1-2 : restored
Commodus' memory and acts DJ

2, 6 ; 4, 8 : simplicity of habits DJ

3, 9 : regarded as responsible for
murder of Pertinax DJ 3, 7 : buried
Pertinax HP 14,9; DJ 3, 10 :
silence concerning Pertinax HP
14, 10 ; DJ 4, 9-10 : relations with
senate DJ 4, i. 5 ; 6, 7-9; 7, 3;
SA i, 7: revolts of Albinus, Sev-
erus and Niger against DJ 5, 1-2;
S 5 , 1.8; 6,7; PN 2 , i; CA i, i:
measures taken against Severus

DJ5, 3-8, 5; S 5 , 5-9JPN3, 5-7:
attempt to kill Niger DJ 5, i ; 85,
8 ; PN 3, 4 : omen of downfall DJ

7, 1-2 : deposition and death DJ 8,
6-8; S 5, 10; PN 2, i : burial DJ

8, 10 : criticisms of DJ 9, i. 4 : good
qualities DJ 9, 2 : length of life
and rule DJ 9, 3 : consul with
Severus and predecessor in pro-
consulship S 2, i : supporters of
killed by Severus S 8, 3 : influenced
by Albinus to kill Pertinax CA I,
i ; 14, 2. 6 : assumed name Anton-
inus (incorrect) OM 3, 6 ; D 6, i. 3.

Didius Proculus : brother of Didius
Julianus DJ 1,2.

Didius : see Petronius.

Dido : cited as precedent by Zenobia
TT 27, i : robe of worn by Ze-
nobia TT 30, 2.

DIOCLETIAN: biographies dedi-
cated to Ae i, i; AC 3, 3; OM 15,
4 : conferred title of Caesar on
Maximian and Constantius Ae 2,

479



INDEX OF NAMES



Diocletian continued.
2 : revered M. Aurelius as divine
MA 19, 12 : compared to M. Aure-
lius V ii, 4: discourses addressed
to S 20, 421, 12; PN 9, 1-4:
father of the golden age E 35, 4 :
loyalty of Constantius toward Cl
ID, 7 : tried to match purple gar-
ment of Aurelian A 29, 3 : review
of emperors as far as A 42, 3-4 :
sayings of A 43, 2-5 ; Ca 20, 2 :
opinion of Aurelian A 44, 2 : pro-
phecy related by A 44, 3-5 : Vopis-
cus planned to write lives of em-
perors as far as P i, 5 : trained by
Probus P 22, 3 : life of to be
written in grander style F 15, 9 :
defeated and killed Carinus Ca
10 ; 18, 2 : killed Aper Ca 13, 2-3;
15, 4 : hailed as Augustus Ca 13,
1-2; 18, i: prophecy given to and
fulfilled Ca 14, i 15, 5 : desire to
rule Ca 15, i : character of Ca 13,
i ; 18, 4 : cruelty of Ca 15, 6 : given
as emperor by gods Ca 18, 3 :
Eusthenius secretary of Ca 18, 5 :
stage restored by Ca 19, 2: spec-
tacles given by Ca 20, 3.

Diocletianae, Thermae : built TT 21,
7 : Ulpian Library in P 2, i.

Diogmitae : used as soldiers by M.
Aurelius MA 21, 7.

Diognetus : teacher of M. Aurelius
MA 4, 9-

Dolabella : see Cornelius.

Domitia Lucilla : mother of M. Aure-
lius MA i, 3; DJ i, 3: slandered
by Homullus MA 6, 9 : Didius
Julianus reared in house of DJ i,

3-4-

Domitia Paulina : mother of Hadrian
H 1,2.

Domitia Paulina : sister of Hadrian
H i, 2.

Domitiae, Horti : Hadrian buried in
AP 5, i : Aurelian lived in A 49, i.

DOMITIAN: period of H 2, 3: fate
feared by Hadrian H 20, 3 : i?th
consulship of AP i, 8 : M. Aurelius
feared that Commodus would re-
semble MA 28, 10 : quoted in letter
attributed to M. Aurelius AC 2, 6 :
Commodus more cruel than C 19,
2 : revolt of Saturninus against PN
9, 2 . had the republic endured

480



Domiti an continued.
Rome would not have come under
the power of CA 13, 5: remark of
Homullus concerning SA 65, 5 :
Domitianus descendant of TT 12,
14 : Gentes Flaviae formerly house
of Cl 3, 6 : another feared by all
Ca i, J3 : Rome lacerated by bru-
tality of Ca 3, 3.

Domitianus: general of Aureolus,
defeated Macrianus Ga 2, 6 ; TT
12, 14; 13, 3 : descendant of Domi-
tian and Domitilla TT 12, 14.

Domitilla : Domitianus descendant
ofTT 12, 14.

Domitius Dexter, C. : appointed pre-
fect of the city by Severus S N, 8.

Domitius Ulpianus : in consilium of
Papinian PN 7, 4; SA 26, G : sec-
retary of petitions PN 7, 4 : prefect
of the guard PN 7, 4; SA 26, 5 :
removed from office by Elagabalus
E 16, 4 : addressed works to
Sabinus E 16, 2 : trusted official
and counsellor of Severus Alex-
ander SA 15, 6; 26, 5-6; 27, 2:
31, 2-3 ; 51,4; 67, 2 ; 68, i : invited
to dinner by Alexander SA 34, 6 :
attitude of Julia Mamaea toward
SA 51,4: protected from soldiers
by Alexander SA 51, 4.

Domna : see lulia.

Druid : prophecy given by to Se-
verus Alexander SA 60, 6 : to
Aurelian A 44, 4-5 : to Diocletian
Ca 14, 2-5.

Druncianus : son-in-law of Avidius
Cassius, allowed to go free MA 26,
12 ; AC 9, 3.

Dulius Silanus : killed by Commo-
dus C 7, 5.



Eboracum, town in Britain : Severus
died at S 19, i.

Eclectus : influential freedman of L.
Verus V 9, 5 : retained by M.
Aurelius V 9, 6 : accomplice in
murder of Commodus V 9, 6 ; C
15, 2 : helped to make Pertinax
emperor HP 4, 5-6 : murdered
HP ii, ii.

Edessa, city in N. Mesopotamia:
Caracalla wintered at Cc 6, 6:
munlered near Cc 7, i.



INDEX OF NAMES



Effeminatus : name given to Com-

modus C 17, 10.
Eggius Ambibulus, C. : consulship

of HP 15, 6.
Egnatius Capito : killed by Com

modus C 4, 10.
Egnatuleius Honoratus: killed by

Severus S 13, 5.
Egypt: revolt in H 5, 2: Hadrian

in H 14, 4-6 : revolt in quelled AP

5, 5: ravaged by Bucolici MA 21,
2 ; AC 6, 7 : M. Aurelius in MA
26, 3-4 ; C 2, 3 : victories of Avidius
Cassius in AC 6, 5. 7 : Severus
feared that Niger would seize S 8,
7; PN 5, 5 : Severus in S 17, 2-4 :
soldiers in rebuked by Niger PN
7, 7: Niger terror of soldiers in
PN 12, 6 : animals from owned by
Elagabalus E 28, 3 : revolt of Ae-
milianus in Ga 4, i ; 5, 6 ; 6, 4 ; TT
22, 3-6 : Theodotus in command of
Ga 4, 2 ; TT 22, 10 : linen from Ga

6, 4 : troops in hated Gallienus TT
22, 5: freed when fasces brought
into it TT 22, 13 : Camsisoleus a
native of TT 26, 4: supplies of
prefect of allotted to Claudius Cl
15, 4: cups from Cl 17, 5: linen
clothing from A 12, i ; 48, 5 ; Ca
20, 5 : Murrentius Mauricius gov-
ernor of A 13, i : revolt of Firmus
in crushed by Aurelian A 32, 2-3 ;
33, 5 ; F 2, i ; 3, i ; 5, i : taxes
from used for food-supply of Rome
A 45, i; 47, i: boatmen of in-
creased A 47, 3 : danger of revolt
in after Aurelian's death T 3, 6 :
Probus' father served in P 3, 2:
public works of Probus in P 9, 3-4 :
defended against Palmyrenes _ by
Probus P 9, 5 : books from cited
F 2, i : a prefect of named Firmus
F 3, i : Firmus a brigand of F 5,
3 : grain-supply from F 5, 4 :
Saturninus forbidden to visit F 7,
2; 9, i : Hadrian's opinion of F 8,
i : patriarch forced to worship
Serapis in F 8, 4 : Alexandria
chief city in F 8, 7.

Egyptians : M. Aurelius' conduct
among MA 26, 3 : worshipped
Luna Cc 7, 5 : ridiculed Severus
Alexander SA 28, 7 : inscriptions



Egyptians continued.
in language of Go 34, 2 ; TT 22, 13 :
character of TT 22, 1-3; F 7, 4-5:
feared Zenobia TT 30, 7 : language
of spoken by Zenobia TT 30, 21 :
resisted invasion of Palmyrenes,
loyal to Claudius Cl n, 1-2: led
as captives in Aurelian's triumph
A 33, 5 : Firmus incited by mad-
ness of F 3, i : Hadrian's opinion
of F 7, 6 8, 10 : Aurelian's opinion
of F 9, i : acclaimed Saturninus
emperor F 9, 1-2.

ELAGABALUS (Varius Avitiis ; M.
Aurelius Antoninus): a disgrace
to Roman Empire OM 15,2; D 9,
5 ; SA 2, 2 : names OM 8, 4 ; E i,
i. 6 ; 2, 1-2 : ancestry and parentage
OM 7, 6: 9, 2; E 2, 1-2; 10, i :
priest of Elagabalus at Emesa OM
9, 3 ; D 9, 5 ; E i, 5-6 : took refuge
in temple of Elagabalus E 2, 3 :
declared son of Caracalla and called
Antoninus Cc 9, 2 ; n, 7; OM 3, 4;
7, 6 ; 8, 4 ; 9, 4. 6 ; D 9, 4-5 ; E i,
4-5-7; 2, i; 3, i; 17, 4J SA 5, 35
M 4, 6 : a disgrace to name OM 7,
8; 2,4; 9, 2; 17, 9; 33, 8; SA
i, i ; 2, 2 ; 7, 2-4 ; 9, 4 = made em-
peror OM 8, 2. 4 ; 9,4 10,3; 15,
1-2 ; D 9, 4 ; E i, 4 ; 5, i : accepted
at Rome E 3, 1-3 : established cult
of Elagabalus at Rome E i, 6; 3,
4-5 ; 17, 8 : rededicated temple of
Faustina to Elagabalus MA 26, 9 ;
Cc ii, 6-7: admitted mother and
grandmother to senate E 4, r-2;
12, 3; 18, 3 : established senaculum
E 4, 3 : gave title of Caesar to
Severus Alexander OM 4, i ; E 5,
i; 10, i : unpopular with soldiers
E 5, i ; 10, i : wished to make war
on Marcomanni E 9, 1-2 : debauch,
eries E 5, 1-5; 8, 6-7; 9, 3; 10, 5-7;
24, 2 ; 31, 6-7; 33, i : evil favourites
in power E 6, i-5; 10, 2-5; n, i;
12, 1-2; 20, 3; SA 15, i; 23, 6:
profaned Roman cults E 6, 6-9 :
practised foreign rites E 7, 1-5; 8,
1-2: largesses to people E 8, 3;
22, 2-4 : maladministration of pub-
lie grain and oil E 27, 7 ; SA 21,9;
22, 2: vilified Macrinus and Dia-
dumenianus E 8, 4-5 : tried to de-
pose and murder Alexander 13,

481



TNDEX OF NAMES



Elagabalus continued.

i 14, i; SA 2, 4; 4, 6: revolt of
soldiers against E 14, 2-8 : forced
to give up evil favourites E 15, 1-4 :
forced to a reconciliation with
Alexander E 15, 5.7: ordered
senate to leave Koine E 16, I : re-
moved from office or murdered
prominent men 1C 16, 2-4: lenient
to the dishonest SA 17, 3 : killed
''' i<>, 5 ; 17, i ; SA i, i ; M 5, 3 :
disgraced after death E 17, 1-6;
18, i ; 33, 7; SA i, 2; 6, 4-5 : pub-
lic works E 17, 8-9; 24, 6-7 : extra-
vagance E 30, 7; 31, 1-5. 8; 32,
1-3; SA 33, 3: extravagance in
banquets E 18, 419,9; 20, 4-7;
2i, 222, i; 23, 8; 24, 3-4; 28,
5-6 ; 20, 330, 6 ; 32, 4 ; SA 37, 2.
12: relations with senate and pub-
lic officials V. 20, 1-3: jests and
amusements E n, 2-6; 21, i; 23,
1-2-7; 24, I- 5i 25, 1-9; 26, 3
28, 4; 2i), 1-2; 32, 5-9: extrava-
gance in clothing E 23, 3-5; 20,
i-.:; ;.:, i; SA 4,2: wished to be
worshipped SA 18, 3 : preparations
for death H 33, 2-0: vilified to gain
lavour of Alexander E 30, 8 : worse
than Commodus SA 7, 4; under
control of eunuchs SA 23, 5j 34, ; ,

45> 4 : permitted promiscuous

bathing SA ^4, 2: taxes imposed
l>y reduced by Alexander SA ;<),
() : coinage SA 31), 9: lack ol mili-
tary discipline SA 59, 5-6 ; M 7, 2 :
treatment of Maximinus M 4, 6
5, 2: furthered cairn ol doulian
II. Go 18, 4: example ol evil ruler
T6, 4.
Elagabalus (deity) : temple- <ii 1 aus-

lina at llalala rededi< al-d to MA
20, 9; Cc 11, 7: name given to Sol
by the Phoenicians OM 9, 3: Ela-
gabalus priest ol OM .), j; 1>9, 5;
E I, 5-0 : at temple ot ['. 2, 3 :
brought Irom Syria and given a
temple at Rome E i , ; 3, 4-5; 17,
8: plan to have worshipped every
where as sole deity E 0, 7 : plan
for statue of on column I-'. 24, 7:
temple ol at Emesa visited and en-
riched by Auiclian A 25, 4-0.
Elc.i, i,,\vn in Italy: /eno born in
\ I, 5-



Eleusinian Mysteries : Hadrian initi-
ated into H 13, i : M. Aurelius
initiated into MA 27, i : only those
conscious of innocence admitted
SA 18, 2.

Emesa, city in Syria: Julia Maesa
from OM 9, i : people of killed by
Ballista da 3, 4 : Aurelian's victory
at A 25, 2-3 : Aurelian in temple
of Elagabalus at A 25, 4-6.

Emona, town in Carniola : taken by
Maximinus M 21, i. 5; omen at
MSI, 3.

Encolpius, biographer of Severus
Alexander : cited SA 17, I ; 48, 7.

Ennius, Q. : preferred to Vergil by
Hadrian H 16, 6: quoted in letter
ascribed to M. Aurelius AC 5, 7;
praised Scipio Africanus the elder
Cl 7, 7-

Ephesus, city in Asia : L. Verus
received I.ucilla at V 7, 7 : temple
at destroyed by Goths Ga 6, 2.

Epictetus, philosopher: Hadrian's
friendship for H 16, 10.

Epirus: Goths retreated through Ga

1 ;, .s.

1 nicius Clarus, Sex.: consulship of

S i, 3.
F.ruli: invasion of under Claudius

Cl 6, 2.

Esquiliae, at Rome: statue of Galli-
enus on Ga 18, 3.

Htruria, district of Italy: Hadrian
praetor in II 19, i : origin of family
of Aelius Verus Ac 2, 8 ; V i, ):
omens lor Antoninus 1'ius in AF
3,5: spectacles given by (iordian
I. in do |,0: 'letricus supervisor
of TT 24, 5 : vines planted in A 48,

2 : horse Irom I 1 ' 6, 4.
Eudaemon : aided Hadrian to obtain

principate and later reduced by
him to povri ty II 15, 3.

l-!lldaen e-, : .s.'C Arabs.

Euergetes ! see PtolemaeuSi

I'.ngamius, rhetorician : teacher of

Maximinus the younger M 27, 5.
l-uphoiion: teachei ol M. Aurelius

MA 2, 2.
Euphrates, trnitory across lelin-

i|iiished by Hadrian 11 5, 3;

journey of L. Verus to V 7. 6.



INDEX OF NAMES



Europe : plundered by Goths A 17,
2 : Aurelian returned to from the
East A 30, 4 : Aurelian busy with
affairs of A 31, i : defeated enemies
in A 32, i-2: armies of made
Florian emperor and killed him P

13, 4-

Eurupianus : see Larcius.

Eusthenius : see Claudius.

Eutropius : husband of Claudia,
father of Conslantius Cl 13, 2.

Eutychius Proculus, grammarian :
teacher of M. Aurelius MA 2, 3 :
proconsul MA 2, 5.

Euxinus (Black Sea): Scythians
(Cloths) sailed across Ga 13, 6.

Exsuperatorius : name given to No-
vember C n, 8; 12, 4.



Fabia Orestilla : wife of Gordian I.
Go 17, 4.

Fabia : see Ceionia.

Fabianus, Arcus, at Rome: statue ot
Saloninus near Ga 19, 4.

Fabianus : see Masticius.

Fabillus : teacher of Maximinus the
younger M 27, 3.

Fabius Ceryllianus : cited Ca 4, 3.

Fabius Cilo, L. : buried body of
Commodus C 20, i : Caracalla
entered Palace leaning on arm of
Cc 3, 2 : twice prefect of the city
and consul tried to reconcile Cara-
calla and Geta Cc 4, 5 : attempt to
kill Cc 4, 6.

Fabius Cornelius Repentinus : pre-
fect of guard under Antoninus
Pius AP 8, 8-9.

Fabius Marcellinus, biographer of
Trajan : cited SA 48, 6 : Vopiscus
will imitate P 2, 7.

Fabius Maximus Gurges, Q. : Elaga-
balus professed to imitate E 26, 2.

Fabius Paulinus : killed by Severus

S.i 3, 3-

Fabius Pomponianus : commander of
Libyan frontier, made Celsus em-
peror TT 20, i.

Fabius Quintilianus, M. : Controver-
sitie of TT 4, 2.

Fabius Sabinus: counsellor of Se-
verus Alexander SA 68, i.

Fabius Sossianus : conversation with
F2, i.



Fadilla : see Arria : Aurelia : lulia :
lunia.

Falco : see Sosius.

Faltonius Probus : made proconsul
of Asia A 40, 4.

Faltonius : see Maecius.

Fausianus : consulship of Ga 5, 2.

Faustina, Temple of, at Rome : statue
of Saloninus near Ga 19, 4.

Faustina : see Annia : Maecia : Ru-
pilia : Vitrasia.

Faustinianae, puellae: endowed by
Antoninus Pius AP 8, i : by M.
Aurelius MA 26, 6 ; SA 57, 7.

Faustinianus : see Cerellius.

Faustinus : praetor read aloud cog-
nomina of Caracalla Ge 6, 6.

Faustinus : proposed as name for
October AP 10, i.

Faustus : see Papius.

Faventia, a town in Italy : Nigrinus
murdered at H 7, 2 : home of
family of Aelius Verus Ae 2, 8 ; V
1,9.

Favorinus, philosopher : debate with
Hadrian H 15, 12-13: Hadrian's
friendship for H 16, 10.

Felicio : unworthy favourite of Gor-
dian III. Go 25, 2.

Felicissimus : leader of revok of
mint-workers under Aurelian A 38,
2 : 3-

Felix : name given to Commoxlus C
8, 1-2: to Macrinus OM 7, 5; u,
2-4.

Fe^x : see Caelius.

Festivus : see Aurelius.

Festus : aided Macrinus in his career
OM 4, 4.

P'estus : see Pescennius.

FIRMUS: Vopiscus will write life
of P 24, 7 ; F i, 4 : discussion con-
cerning powers of F 2 : revolt of
in Egypt, crushed by Aurelian A
32, 2-3; F 2, i- 3, i ; 5, i : birth-
place F 3, i : ally of Zenobia F 3,
i ; 5,1: wealth and trade of F 3,
2-4 : appearance and habits of F 4;
6, 1-2 : death of F 5, 2-3 : Aurelian's
proclamation concerning F 5, 3-6.

Firmus : prefect of Egypt F 3, i.

Firmus : proconsul, in command of
African frontier F 3, i.

Flaccinus : see Valerius.

Flaccus : see Horatius : Persius.

4-83



INDEX OF NAMES



Flaminia, Porticus : planned by Gal-
lienus Ga 18, 5.

Flaminia, Via, in Italy: spectacles
given by Gordian I. in cities of Go
4, 6 : Tetricus supervisor of district
ofTT24, 5.

Flavia Titiana, wife of Pertinax:
offered tide of Augusta HP 5, 4 :
title retused by Pertinax HP 6, g :
daughter of Flavius Sulpicianus
HP 13, 7 : amours of HP 13, 8.

Flaviae, Gentes, in Rome : Censo-
rinus' house near TT 33, 6: en-
larged by Claudius Cl 3, 6.

Flavius Antiochianus : consulship of
Cl ii, 3-

Flavius Aper, M. : consulship of C
2, 4; 12, 4-5.

Flavius Arabianus, prefect of grain-
supply : letter of Auielian to A 47,
2-4.

Flavius Genialis, T. : appointed pre-
fect of the guard by Didius Juli-
anus DJ 3, i : remained loyal to
Didius Julianus DJ 8, 6.

Flavius luvenalis : appointed prefect
of the guard by Didius Julianus
and by Severus S 6, 5 : remark of
Severus to Ge 2, 7 : encouraged
Severus in murder Ge 4, 4.

Flavius Sulpicianus, T. : father-in-
law of Pertinax, made prefect of
the city HP 13, 7 : tried to seize
principate DJ 2, 4. 6-7 : removed
from prefecture of the city DJ
3,6.

Floralia : alleged celebration by
Elagabalus E 6, 5.

FLORIAN : brother of Tacitus T 9,
6; 13, 6: Tacitus failed to obtain
consulship for T 9, 6 : seized im-
perial power T 13, 6 ; 14, i ; P 10,
1.8; 11,3-4: length of reign T 14,
2. 5 : killed T 14, 2 ; P 10, 8 :
character T 14, 4 : like interrex T
14, 5 : statue and cenotaph of T 15,
i : descendants of and prophecy
concerning them T 15, 2-4; 16, 4:
mother of appeared as omen of
death T 17, 4 : Life of written by
Vopiscus T 16, 5; P i, 5: asso-
ciates of spared by Probus P 13,
3 : made emperor and killed by
armies of Europe P 13, 4.

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Florianus, P. : tribune of the guard,
urged Didius Julianus to seize
principate DJ 2, 4.

Florus : see Annius.

Fonteius, M. : maintained that Fir-
mus was a bandit F 2, I.

Formiae, town in Italy : villa ot M.
Aurelius at AC 10, 6-8 : n, 3.

Fortuna : golden statue of kept in
emperor's bedroom AP 12, 5 ; MA
7, 2 ; S 23, 5-6 : Nemesis the power
of M-B 8, 6.

Fortunatianus : see Curius.

Forum Augusti, at Rome : restored
by Hadrian H 19, 10: statues
erected in by Augustus SA 28, 6.

Forum Nervae (Forum Transito-
rium) : statues erected in by Severus
Alexander SA 28, 6 : Turinus
burned in SA 36, 2.

Forum Traiani, at Rome: burning
of promisory notes in H 7, 6 : auc-
tion in MA 17, 4-5 ; 21, 9 : statues
of nobles who fell in war erected in
MA 22, 8 : Aurelian burned records
of debts in A 39, 3 : statue of Au-
relian in T 9, 2.

Francicus : cognomen conferred on
Probus P 10, 9.

Franks : aided Postumus Ga 7, i :
in procession at Rome Ga 8, 7 : in-
vasion of repelled by Aurelian A
7, 1-2 : led as captives in Aurelian's
triumph A 33, 4 : Roman emperor
destined to rule T 15, 2: defeated
by Probus P 12, 3 : Proculus going
to aid of, betrayed by F 13, 4.

Frontinus : see lulius.

Pronto : see Cornelius.

Frugi : see Calpurnius Crassus.

Fucinus, Lacus, in Italy : drained by
Hadrian H 22, 12.

Fufidius Pollio, L. : consulship of C

ii, 13-

Fulvia Pia : mother of Severus S i, 2.

Fulvius Asprianus : cited Ca 17, 7-

FulviusBoius : commander of frontier
of Raetia, with Valerian at Byzan-
tium A 13, i.

Fulvius Pius : grandfather of Severus
S i, 2.

Fulvius Plautianus, C. : sent by
Severus to seize Niger's children
S 6, 10 ; PN 5, 2 : Severus' friend-
ship for turned to enmity S 14, 5 :



INDEX OF NAMES



Fulyius Plautianus, C. continue.
friendship renewed S 14, 7. 9 :
daughter of married to Caracalla
S 14, 8 : urged pursuit of partisans
of Niger S 15, 4: hated by Cara-
calla for cruelty Cc i, 7: encour-
aged Severus in murder Ge 4, 4.

Fulvius Sabinus, city-praetor : speech
ot A 19, 1-2.

Fulvus : see Aurelius.

Fundanius : see Hercules.

Furius Camillus, M. : left no sons
like himself 821, i : admired by
Niger PN 12, i.

Furius Celsus : victory in Mauretania
SA 58, i. _

Furius Placidus : extravagance of as
consul A 15, 4-5.

Furius Sabinius Aquila Timesitheus,
C. (Misitheus), prefect of the guard :
daughter married to Gordian III.
Go 23, 6 : aided Gordian by his
advice Go 23, 7; 25, 3-7- 27, 2;
31, i : correspondence with Gordian
Go 24-25 : speech of Gordian in
praise of Go 27, 4-8 : honours con-
ferred on Go 27, 9-10 : death Go
28, i. 5-6 : excellent administration
of Go 28, 2-4 ; 29, 2 : baths planned
by Go 32, 7.

Furius Victorinus : prefect of guard
under Antoninus Pius AP 8, 8 : de-
feated and killed MA 14, 5.

Fuscianus : see Seius.

Fuscus : used by oracle to designate
Pescennius Niger PN 8, 1-2.

Fuscus : see Allius : Annius : Arel-
lius : Pedanius.



Gabinius, A. : Cicero's speech against

cited TT 22, n.
Gades, town in Spain : birthplace ot

Hadrian's mother H i, 2.
Galatia : Balbinus governor of M-B

7, 2 : rich in grain TT 18, 8.
GALBA : criticized for avarice AC

8, 5 : killed by soldiers Cl 12, 5.
GALERIUS: received title of Caesar

from Diocletian Ae 2, 2 : loyalty of
Constantius toward Cl 10, 7 : war
of against Persians Ca 9, 3 : wiped
out disgrace of Valerian's capture
Ca 18, 3 : character of Ca 18, 4.
Galli : see Gauls.



Galli (priests of the Mater Deum):
rites of performed by Elagabalus
E 7,2.

Gallia : see Gaul.

Gallia Belgica : governed by Didius
Julianus DJ i, 7.

Gallia Bracata : seized by Proculus
and Bonosus P 18, 5.

Gallia Lugdunensis : Severus gov-
ernor of S 3, 8 ; PN 3, 3.

Gallia Narbonensis : proconsul of
killed by Caracalla Cc 5, i : Maxi-
mus proconsul of M-B 5, 8.

Gallia Transalpina : family of Anto-



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