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ninus Pius from AP i, i.

Gallicanus : two soldiers killed by
M 20, 6 ; Go 22, 8.

Gallicanus: see Moesius: Mulvius:
Turdulus.

Galliena : cousin of Emperor Gal-
lienus, murdered Celsus TT 29,
3-

GALLIENUS: elevated family of
Ceionii CA 4, 2 : half-brother of
Valerian the younger Va 8, i :
father of Saloninus Va 8, 5 ; Ga 19,
i ; TT 3, i : rejoiced in father's
captivity Ga i, i ; 3, 8 : evil char-
acter ot Ga I, i ; 3, 6. 9; 4, 3 ; 14,
1.5; TT 12,8. n; 30, i; 31, 1.7;
P 6, 4 : evil rule of Ga i, 2 ; 3, i ;
4,3; 13, 3J TT 10, 9. 17; 12, 10 ;
Cl 1,2-3; 7, 3; 9, i; A 41, 75 Ca

3, 5 : consulships Ga I, 2 ; 5,2; 10,
i; A u, 8: revolt of Macrianus
against Ga i, 2-3 ; 2, i ; TT 11,2;
12, 12; 15, 4: revolt of Aureolus
against Ga 2, 6 ; 14, 6-7; TT n, i ;
supported by Rome Ga 3, 3 ;
Odaenathus subordinate of Ga 3, 5 :

10, 4 : spectacles given by Ga 3, 7 ;
15, 5 : Theodotus a general of Ga

4, 2 ; TT 22, 8. 10 : contempt for
Ga 5, i. 7; 10, 3 ; 31, i ; TT i, i ;
n, i ; 12, i: campaigns against
Postumus Ga 4, 4-6; 7, i; 21, 5;
TT 3, 5; 6, i; n, 3: made peace
with Aureolus Ga 4, 6; 21, 5; TT

11, 3 ; Cl 5, i ; A 16, i : earthquake
in reign of Ga 5, 2-4 : pestilence in
reign of Ga 5, 5-6 : jests of Ga 6,
3-7; 9, 3-4; 12, 2-5; 17, i. 9:
soldiers plundered Byzantium and
were punished Ga 6, 8 ; 7, 2. 4 :
decennial games of Ga 7, 4 8, 7:

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INDEX OF NAMES



Gallienus continued.
3i, 5 : vices and follies Ga 9, i ; 10,
i; 12, 6; 16, i; 21, 6; TT 3, 4;
5, i ; 8, 9 ; 9, i ; 23, 2 ; 26, i ; 29,
i ; Ca i, 4: cruelty Ga 9, 7; u, 2;
18, I ; TT 9, 1-9 ; ip, 1-2 ; 26, I. 4 :
triumph over Persians Ga 10, 5 :
archon at Athens Ga u, 3 : _ wished
to be initiated into mysteries and
enrolled in Areopagus Ga n, 3-5 :
literary gifts Ga n, 6-9: gave
Odaenathus power and title of
Augustus Ga 12, i : made peace
with Odaenathus Ga 21, 5: sent
Heraclianus against Persians Ga

13, 4 : arranged for defence of
Byzantium Ga 13, 6 : defeated
Goths Ga 13, 9; 21, 5 : murder Ga

14, 4-9; 15, i : declared usurper
after death Ga 15, 2 : amusements
and appearance Ga 16, 2-5 ; 17,
2-9; 21, 4: bounties Ga 16, 6;
court Ga 16, 6 : praised by Annius
Cornicula Ga 17, 2 : public works
Ga 18, 2-5 : length of reign Ga 19,
5 ; 21, 5 ; Ca 3, 5 : rebellions and
pretenders under Ga 19, 6; 21, i;
TT i, i; 10, i; 26, i ; F i, 3:
loved Pipara Ga 21, 3: campaign
against Lollianus Ga 21, 5 : en-
trusted Saloninus to Postumus
(incorrect) TT 3, i : entrusted by
Valerian to Postumus (incorrect)
A 8, a : hated by Gauls TT 3, 3 :
campaign against Ingenuus TT 9,
3 : suspected Regalianus TT 10, 8 :

etters of TT 9, 5-9 ; Cl 17 ; P 6,
2-3 : good generals not appointed
by TT 10, 14 : not trusted by
Ballista TT 18, i : Ballista killed
to please TT 18, 12 : made Valens
proconsul of Achaea TT 19, I :
approved honours for Piso TT 21,
4 : hated by troops in Egypt TT
22, 5 : Saturninus best general of
and revolted against TT 23, i ;
F ii, i : sent Camsisoleus to con-
quer Trebellianus TT 26, 4 : people
of Sicca faithful to TT 29, 4 :
Zenobia ruled during reign of TT
30, 3 : Zenobia's contempt for TT
30, 10. 23 : removed from rule by
Claudius Cl i, 3 : despised by
Claudius Cl 5, 2 : Germans invaded
Italy under A 18, 4; ai, 9: letter



Gallienus continued.
of Valerian to P 3, 6 4, 2 : Probus*
achievements under P 6, i.

Gallienus : grandfather of Emperor
Gallienus Ga 19, 3.

Gallonius Avitus, legate of Thrace:
letter of Aurelian to F 15, 5-8.

Callus (?) : H 2, 7.

Gallus Antipater: praised Aureolus
Cl 5, 4-

Gallus : see Antoninus.

Gargilius Martialis : cited SA 37, 9:
Vopiscus will imitate P 2, 7.

Gaudianus : favourite of mother of
Gordian III. Go 25, 3.

Gaudiosus : trained by Probus P 22, 3.

Gaul (country) : Hadrian in H TO, I ;
12, 1-2 : involved in Marcomannic
War MA 22, i : Severus supported
by troops in S 5, 3 : Albinus served
in CA 6, 3 : revolt of Albinus in

5 10, i ; PN 2, i ; CA i, i : Severus'
victory in S n, i : gold in seized
by Severus S 12, 3 : ravaged by
deserters PN 3, 4: Ragonius Celsus
governor of PN 3, 9 : tribes in con-
quered by Albinus CA 5,5: origin-
ally conquered by senate CA 13,

6 : Caracalla in Cc 5, 1-2 : plundered
by Germans SA 59, 3 : Severus
Alexander killed by troops in SA
59, 5-6 ; M 7, 4-6 : cenotaph of
Alexander in SA 63, 3 : Balbinus
governor of M-B 7, 2 : desired
rescue of Valerian Va 3,2: Postu-
mus governor of TT 3, i. 9: pro-
tected against barbarians by Postu-
mus Ga 4, 5 ; TT 3, 4. 6 : revolted
under Postumus Ga 6, 6 : revolt of
Lollianus in TT 5, i : ruined by
Gallienus' excesses TT 5, i : cities
of restored by Lollianus TT 5, 4:
Macrianus' valour in TT 12, 17 :
Ragonius Clarus prefect of TT 18,
5 : Tetricus governor of TT 24, i.
4: seized by pretender TT 29, i:
held by Tetricus as pretender Cl 7,
5 ; A 32, 3 : Aurelian saved from
invasion of Franks A 7, 1-2; 9, 4:
Tetricus dressed in trousers from
A 34, 2: Tetricus the younger
made emperor in A 34, 2 : Aurelian
in A 35, 4 : recovered by Aurelian
A 41, 8: Druids from A 44, 3 :
cloaks from P 4, 5: German in-



INDEX OF NAMES



Gaul continued.

vaders driven from by Probus P 13,
5-7 ; 15 : Proculus and Bonosus
seized power at Agrippina in P 18,
5 : Saturninus a native of F 7, i :
restored by Saturninus F 9, 5 :
Bonosus' mother a native of F 14,
I : Carinus sent to rule Ca J, 1-2 ;
16, 2 : Numerian not old enough
to rule Ca 7, 2 : Tungri lived in
Ca 14, 2 : restored to rule of Rome
by Constantius Ca 18, 3.

Gauls (people) : Severus beloved by
S 4, i : nobles of killed S 12, i : in
revolt C A i, 2; 5, 4: prophecy in
language of SA 60, 6 : subject to
Romans Va i, 4 : made Postumus
emperor and supported him Ga 4,
3-4 : TT 3, 3-6 : war among Ga 5,
6 : hated Gallienus TT 3,3: char-
acter of TT 3, 7. 9 ; F 7, i. 3 : letter
of Valerian to TT 3, 8-u : made
Lollianus emperor TT 4, i : little
authority of Lollianus over TT 5,
2 : terrified bv Aurelian A 32, 4 :
invasions of had no such hero as
Ptfobus P I, 4 : served under Probus
P 4, i : allowed by Probus to plant
vines P 18, 8: delivered from Ala-
manni by Proculus F 13, 3 : Rome
overwhelmed by invasion of Ca 2, 5.

Gavius Maximus, M, : prefect of the
guard under Antoninus Pius AP

8,7-
Gellia : addressed in epigram of

Martial SA 38, 1-2.
Gellius : punishment urged by Dia-

dumenianus D 9, i.
Gellius, Aulus : cited P i, i.
Geminas : influential freedman of M.

Aurelius and L. Verus MA 15, 2;

V 9 , 3-
Geminus : teacher of M. Aurelius

MA 2, 2.

Genialis : see Flavius.
Gentianus : see Hedius : Terentius.
Georgica : written by Albinus CA n,

7-

Gepedes : invasion of under Claudius
Cl 6, 2 : settled in Thrace by Probus
but left lands P 18, 2.

Germania Transrhenana : ravaged by
Maximinus M 12, i.

Germanica, Classis : Pertinax in com-
mand of HP a, 2.



Germanicus : cognomen assumed by
M. Aurelius MA 12, 9 : by Com-
modus C ii, 14 : by Caracalla Cc
6, 5 ; 10, 6.

Germans : king of appointed by
Hadrian H 12, 7 : defeated AP 5,
4: wars of M. Aurelius and L.
Verus against MA 12, 14; 17, i;
20, 6; 21, 7-8; V 9, 7 (see also
Marcomanni) : Roman nobles fell
in war against MA 22, 7 : war of
Commodus against C 2, 5 : defeated
by Caracalla Cc. 5, 6 : soldiers'
anger directed toward SA 53, 9:
war of Severus Alexander against
SA 59, i ; 63, 5 : ravaged Gaul SA
59, i : Alexander killed by one of
SA 61, 3-6 : war of Maximinus
against M 10, 2; n, 8 12, 7:
served under Maximus against
Maximinus M 24, 5-6 : defeated by
Maximus M-B 5, 9: Balbinus
planned campaign against M-B 13,
5 : company of attended Maximus
and Balbinus at Rome M-B 13, 5 ;
14, 2-8 : Gordian III. victor over G
34, 3 : driven out of Gaul by Postu-
mus TT 3, 6 : attacked Romans
after death of Postumus TT 5, 4. 6 :
aided Postumus against Gallienus
TT 6, 2 : led as captives in Aure-
lian's triumph A 33, 4 : invasion of
after Aurelian's death T 3, 4; P 13,
5 : invasion of repelled by Probus
P 12, 3 : Probus' campaign against
P 13, 6 15, 7: loyal to Probus
against Proculus and Bonosus P 18,
7 : Probus' triumph over P 19, 2. 8 :
Alamanni called F 13, 3 : burned
Roman galleys F 15, i.

Germanus : assumed as cognomen by
Caracalla Cc 5,6.

Germany : Hadrian in H 2, 5 ; 10, 2:
invaded by Chatti MA 8, 7-8:
Commodus set out for C 12, 2-6:
people in refused to submit to
Commodus' rule C 13, 5 : Pertinax
and mother in HP 2, 2-3 : Didius
Julianus in command of troops in
DJ i, 6: Chauci, a people of, de-
feated DJ i, 7: Didius Julianus
governor of G. Inferior DJ i, 9:
Severus in command of troops in
S 4, 5. 7 : acclaimed emperor by
legions of S 5, i : troops of refused

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INDEX OF NAMES



Germany continued.

to recognize Albinus as emperor
CA i, 2: campaign of Maximinus
in SA 61, 8 ; M 12, 1-6 ; 13, 3 ; Go
14, i : made to fear Romans TT 8,
II : subdued and hope of making
province of P 14, 5 ; 15, 2. 7.

Gessaces, Mons: Scythians (Goths)
retreated over Ga 13, 9.

GETA : birth S. 4, 2 ; Ge 3, i :
horoscope Ge 2, 6-7: omens of early
death S 21, 3 ; Cc 11, i ; Ge 3, 2-9 ;
4, 5 : character and tastes Ge 4-5 :
early honours S 14, 8. 10 : title of
Caesar conferred by soldiers S 16, 3 ;
Ge 5, 3 : name Antoninus given by
Severus S 10, 5 ; 19, 2 ; Ge i, 5-7 ; 2,
2-5 ; OM 3, 4; D 6, 9 : by soldiers
S 16, 4 ; Cc i, i ; Ge 5, 3 : named in
honour of Marcus Aurelius or of
Antoninus Pius Ge 2, 2-3 : men-
tioned in Severus' letter to Albinus
CA 7, 4 : Severus planned to make
joint ruler with Caracalla S 20, 1-2 ;
23, 3-6; CA 3, 5; 7, 2; Cc 2, 7;
Ge i, 3-7 ; 6, i : obtained deification
for Severus S 19, 4 : murdered by
Caracalla S 20, 3; 21, 7; 23, 7;
Cc2,4-6; 8, 5; 10, 4. 6; Ge 2, 8;
6, i : burial Ge 7, 1-2 : mourned for
because of Caracalla's cruelty Ge 7,
6 : games on birthday of M 2, 4.

Geta : see Septimius.

Getae : also called Gothi Cc 10, 6 :
Maximinus beloved by M 4, 4:
tribes of subdued by Probus P 16, 3.

Geticus: cognomen proposed in jest
for Caracalla Cc 10, 6 ; Ge 6, 6.

Gillo : favourite slave of Aurelian
A 50, 3-

Girba, in Tunisia : purple trom Cl 14,
8.

Gladiatorius : name given to Corn-
modus C i7i 10.

Gordiana : see Ulpia.

GORDIAN I. : descent Go 2, 2 ; 9, 4 ;
17, 3 : possessions Go 2, 3 ; 17, 2
literary tastes Go 3, 1-4; 7, i
career of office Go 2, 4 ; 3, 5 5, I
spectacles and gifts to the people
Go 3, 5-8 ; 4, 5-6 : children SA 68,
i ; Go 4, 2. 8; 17, 4 : proconsul of
Africa M 13, 6; 14, 2; 16, i ; Go 2,
4; 5; 7, 2; 17, i : personal appear-
ance Go 6, i ; 21, 5 : character and

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Gordian I. continued.
habits Go 6, 2-7 : revolt in Africa
under M 13, 6 14, 4; Go 7, 2 9,
6; ii, 4-5; 17, i; 22, 6 : acclaimed
Augustus by senate M 14, 5; 15,
6-7; 16, 3-6; Go 11 ; 16, 4; 17, i ;
M-B i, i : letter of to senate M 16,
i-2 : attacked in speech by Maxi-
minus M 17, 7; 18; Go 14, 2:
envoys at Rome Go 9, 7-8; ip, 4.
8 ; n, 8 : defeated and committed
suicide in Africa M 19, 1-4; Go 10,
i; 15-16; 22, 6; 34, i; M-B i,
i ; 4, 3 ; 9, 5 ; 16, 6 : deified M 24,
2-3; 26, 2. 5; Go 16, 4; M-B 4 ,
1-2 : received cognomen Africanus
Go 9, 3-4; 17, 2: bore cognomen
Antoninus (incorrect) Go 5, 3 ; 17,
2 : prophecies concerning son Go
19, 6 ; 20, 5-6 : excitement in Rome
after death of Go 22, i.

GORDIAN II.: son of Gordian I.
Go 4, 2 ; 17, i. 4 : received name
Antoninus (incorrect) Go 4, 8; 17,
5 : education Go 18, 1-3 : career of
office Go 4, 2; 18, 4-5: legate of
father in Africa Go 7, 2; 8, 3^11,
4; 15, 2; 18, 6 : acclaimed emperor
with father M 14, 3; Go 8, 3-4 ; n,
4-5 ; 17, i : acclaimed Augustus by
senate M 14, 5 ; 15, 6-7; 16, 6; 18,
2; GOII; 16, 4; 17, i; 19, 7; M-B
i, i : attacked in speech by Maxi-
minus Go 14, 2 : defeated and killed
near Carthage Go 4, 2 ; 15 ; 16, i ;
22,6; 34, i; M-B i, i; 4, 3; 9, 5;
16, 6: tastes and habits Go 19, 1-8;
21, 1-4 : prophecies concerning
future of Go 20, 1-5 : literary works
Go 20, 6: appearance Go 21, 5:
deified M 24, 2-3; 26, 2. 5; Go 16,
4; M-B 4, 1-2: excitement in Rome
after death of Go 22, i.

GORDIAN III.: relationship to
Gordian Land Gordian II. M 16,
7 ; Go 19, 9 ; 22, 4. 6 ; 23, i ; M-B 3,
4; 8, 3: education Go 22, 5: re-
ceived title of Caesar M 16, 7; 20,
2 ; Go 22, 2, 3. 5 ; M-B 3, 3-5 ; 8, 3 ;
16, 6 : acclaimed in senate M 20, 8 ;
26, 4-5 : acknowledged by army of
Maximinus M 24, 2-3 : demanded
as emperor by soldiers Go 22, 6 23,
i; M-B 9, 4; 15, 6: established in
Palace M 24, b; 26, 7: received



INDEX OF NAMES



Gordian III. continued.
news of death of Maximinus M 25,
3 : went forth to meet Maximus
M-B 13, i : wrongly said to have
been prefect of the guard M-B 15,
6 . plan to remain in Rome during
campaigns of colleagues M-B 13,
5 : made emperor on death of Maxi-
mus and Balbinus Go 22, 5 ; M-B
14, 7 : consulships Go 23, i. 5 :
omen of shortness of rule Go 23, 2 :
appearance Go 21, 5 : age at acces-
sion and at death Go 22, 2 : revolt
against in Africa suppressed Go 23,
4-5 : war against Persians Go 23,
5 ; 26, 3-6; 27, 1-8 : marriage Go 23,
6 : aided in ruling by Timesitheus
Go 23, 7; 25, 5-7; 27, 2 : freed him-
self from eunuchs and courtiers
Go 23, 7; 24, 2-3; 25, 1-3: corre-
spondence with Timesitheus Go 24-
25 : earthquake during reign of
Go 26, 1-2 : speech to senate thank-
ing Timesitheus Go 27, 4-8 : triumph
over Persians Go 27, 9; 33, 2 : plots
of Philip against Go 29: attempt
to free himself from Philip Go 30, i-
7: death Go 30, 8-9; 31, 2; 33, 5!
34, 4 : length of reign Go 31, I :
deification Go 31, 3. 7; 34, 3 :
character Go 31, 4-6: privileges for
descendants Go 32, 4 : public works
Go 32, 5-8: wild beasts at Rome
Go 33, i : tomb and inscription
Go 34, 2-3 : defeated by Alani
Go 34, 4.

Gordiani : elevated family ot Ceionn
CA 4, 2 : wrongly supposed by
many to have borne name An-
toninus but in reality Antonii
OM3, 5; D6, 3; E 18, i ; 34,6-7;
Go 4, 7-b ; 9, 5 : three included in
one book Go 1,4: three in all Go 2,
i : house and villa Go 32, 1-3 : all
entitled Augustus Go 34, i.

Gordianus : see Aelius : Aurelius :
Maecius : Velius Cornificius.

Gothia : Maximinus' father a native
of M i, 5.

Gothicus : cognomen proposed in
jest for Caraculla Ge 6, 6 ; borne by
Aurelian A 30, 5 : by Probus
P ii, 9.

Goths: also called Getae Cc 10, 6:
Maximinus' dealings with M 4, 4;



Goths continued.
Gordian III. victor over Go 34, 3:
invaded Thrace and Macedonia
Ga 5, 6: defeated by Marckmus
Ga 6, i ; Cl 6, i ; 18, i : invaded
Asia Ga 6, 2; 13, 8; Cl 8, i: in
procession at Rome Ga 8, 7 : at-
tacked Cyzicus Ga 13, 8: invaded
Achaea, defeated by Athenians
Ga 13, 8 : retreated through Epirus,
Macedonia, Bceotia Ga 13, 8 : de-
feated in Illyricum by Gallienus
Ga 13, 9; 21, 5 : invasions of worse
than Germans' TT 5, 7 : Claudius'
wars against TT 30, 3. n; Cl i,
3 ! 3, 6 ; 6-9 : invaded Thessaly
and Greece Cl 8, i : became settlers
in Roman territory Cl 9, 4-5 :
battles with at Byzantium and
Thessalonica Cl 9, 7-8 : suffered
from famine and pestilence at Hae-
mimontum Cl n, 3-4: attempted
to take Anchialus and Nicopolis
Cl 12, 4 : defeated by Aurelian A
13, 2 : Aurelian sent by Claudius
to war against A 1 6, 4 ; 17, 2-4 :
leader of killed by Aurelian A 22,
2 : chariot of king of in Aurelian's
triumph A 33, 3 : led as captives in
Aurelian's triumph A 33, 4; 34, i :
defeated by Probus P 12, 4 : Bono-
sus' wife of the race of F 15, 4 :
Aurelian used Bonosus to learn
secrets of F 15, 4: noblewomen of
settled at Perinthus F 15, 6.

Gracchi : Gordian I. descended from
Go 2, 2.

Gracchus : see Nonius.

Gratus : Claudius to be appeased by

Cl 17, 3-
Greece : Severus sent troops to S 8,

12; PN 5, 6: Maximus proconsul

of M-B 5, 8: invaded by Goths

Cl 8, i.
Graecostadium, at Rome : restored by

Antoninus Pius AP 8, 2.
Graeculus : name given to Hadrian

Hi, 5.

Granianus : see lulius.
Greuthungi : invasion of under

Claudius Cl. 6, 2 : settled in

Thrace bv Probus but left lands

P 18, 2.
Gurges : see Fabius Maximus.

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INDEX OF NAMES



Hadria, town in Italy : origin of
Hadrian's family H i, i : office
held in it by Hadrian H 19, i.

HADRIAN: Autobiography of H
i, i; 7, 2; 16, i ; S i, 6: other
writings H 14, 9 ; 16, 2-4 ; 2. 5. 9-10 :
ancestry, birth and guardians H i,
1-4: early studies H I, 5 : early
career H 2, 1-5 ; 3, i. 2. 5. 8 :
prophecies of rule H 2, 4. 8. 9 ; 3, 5 :
relations with Trajan H 2, 6. 7. 10 :
3, 3. 7. ii : marriage H 2, 10 :
campaigns in Dacia H 3, 2. 3. 6 :
quelled revolt of Sarmatians H 3,
9 : consulships H 3, 10; 4, 4 ; 8, 5 :
adoption by Trajan H 3, 10; 4, 4.
6. 8. 10 ; A 14, 6 : favoured by
Plotina H 4, i. 4. 10 : in campaign
against Parthians, H 4, i : at
Trajan's court H 4, 5 : legate of
Syria H 4, 6 : made emperor H 4,
7 : policy of peace H 5, i : revolts
under H 5, 2 : policy in the Orient
H 5, 3-4: 9, i; 12, 8; 13, 8-9; 21,
10-14: clemency H 5, 5; 17, i:
donatives to soldiers H 5, 7 ; 23, 12 ;
Ae, 3, 3 ; 6, i : appointed provin-
cial governors H 5, 8. 10; 6, 7; 7,
3 : honours for Trajan H 5, 9 ; 6, i.
3 : arrival at Rome H 5, 10 :
apologies to senate H 6, 2 : deferred
title of Pater Patriae H 6, 4 : re-
mitted crown-gold H 6, 5 : cam-
paign against Sarmatae and
Roxolani H 6, 6-8 : murdered four
consulars H 7, 1-2; 9, 3 : returned
to Rome H 7, 3 : largesses to people
H 7, 2; 23, 12; Ae, 3, 3; 6, I :
promised not to kill senators H 7,
4 : instituted imperial post H 7, 5 :
remitted debts to fiscus H 7, 6 :
grant to aerarium H 7, 7 : endow-
ment for orphans H 7, 8 : generosity
H 7, 9-n ; 15, i ; 17, 2-5; 22, 9:
spectacles H 7, 12 ; 19, 2-8 ; 23, 12 ;
Ae, 3, 3 : advisory consilium H 8,
I ; i8_, i ; 22, ii ; AP 3, S : modera-
tion in honours and power H 8,
2-3 ; 9. 7-8 : generosity in giving
consulships H 8, 4 : deference
toward senate H 8, 6-10 : toward
Servianus H 8, n : pretended
fulfilment of Trajan's commands
but destroyed his theatre H 9, 1-2:
jealousy and deposition of Attianus

490



Hadrian continued.
and Similis H 9, 3-5 : made Turbo
and Clarus prefects of guard H 9,
4-5 : visit and generosity to Cam-
pania H 9, 6 : honours for mother-
in-law H 9, 9; 19, 5 : in Gaul H

10, i; 12, 1-2; in Germany H 10,
2 : discipline and care of army H
10,2 n, i ; P4,s: economy H ii,
i : in Britain H 11, 2 : dismissed
Septicius Clarus and Suetonius H

11, 3: thought of divorcing Sabina
H ii, 3: spy-system H ii, 4-6:
amours H ii, 7: built basilica in
honour of Plotina H 12, 2 : in
Spain H 12, 3-6 : restored temple
of Augustus H 12, 3 : appointed
king in Germany H 12, 7 : checked
revolt in Mauritania H 12, 7 : was
granted supplicatio by senate H

12, 7 : in Asia H 13, i. 6 : in
Achaea H 13, 1-2: interest in
Athens and initiation into mysteries
H 13, i. 6; 19, i. 4; Ga n, 4: in
Sicily H 13, 3: in Africa H 13,
4-5; 22, 14: used Cappadocian
slaves H 13, 7 : severity toward
provincial officials H 13, 10 : hatred
for Antioch H 14, i : planned to
separate Syria and Phoenice H 14,
i : ascended Mons Casius H 14, 3 :
in Arabia H 14, 4 : rebuilt tomb of
Pompey H 14, 4 : mourning for and
consecration of Antinous H 14,
5-8 : interest in arts, sciences, and
literature H 14, 8-9 ; 16, 5-7 ; 26,
4 ; Ae 3, 9 : complex character H
14, ii : knowledge of war and
arms H 14, 10; 26, 3: suspicions
and murders H 15, 2-9; 23, 2-8;
25, 8 : association with learned
men and artists H 15, 10-13; 16,
8-1 1 : retort to Florus H 16, 5-6:
in the public baths H 17, 5-7:
love for plebs H 17, 8 : love of
travel H 17, 8: endurance H 17,
9 : gifts to kings H 17, 10-12 :
administrative measures H 18,2-11;
22, 6-8: offices held in various
cities H 19, i : public works at
Rome H 19, 9-13 ; 20, 4-5 : affa-
bility H 20, 1-3 : instituted post of
advocatus fisci H 20, 6 : memory
and other talents H 20, 7-11 : care
of public finances H 20, ii : interest



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Hadrian continued.
in hunting H 20, 12-13 ; 26, 3 :
supervision of jurisdiction H 21,
i ; 22, 1 1 : treatment of freedmen
and slaves H 21, 2-3: liking for
tetrapharmacum H 21, 4; Ae 5, 4;
SA 30, 5-6 : disasters during
principate H 21, 5-6: granted lus
Latium and remitted tribute H
21, 7: wars H, 21, 8-9: enforced
laws and customs H 22, 1-5 : care
for state-religion H 22, 10 : ap-
pointed governors for Italy H 22,
13; AP 2, ii : last illness H 23,
i ; 24, 8 25, 4 : plans for successor
H 23, 2-6 : adoption of Aelius
Verus, honours and offices for him
H23, 10-13; Aei, 2; 2, 6; 3, 1-3;
7, i ; CA 2, 5 : remarks concerning
Aelius H 23, 14 ; Ae 4, 1-7; 6, 2. 3.
7 : adoption of Antoninus Pius H
24, i ; Ae 6, 9; AP 4, 1-6; MA 5,
i-7; V 2, 2; A 14, 6: plan to kill
senators frustrated by Pius H 24,
4; 25,8; AP2.4; 7,9-10: death
H 25, 5-6 ; Ae 6, 10 ; AP 5, i ; MA
6, i: buried H 25, 6; AP 5, i:
age H 25, ii : appearance H 26, i :
villa near Tibur H 23, 7 ; 26, 5 ;
TT 30, 27 : omens of death H 26,
6-10 : hatred foi after death H 25,
6 ; 27, 1-2 : honours for H 24, 5 ;
27, 2-3 ; AP 2, 5 ; 5, 1-2 : prevented
from suicide H 24, 9 ; AP 2, 6 :
temple to AP 8, 2 ; V 3, i : affec-
tion for M. Aurelius MA 2, 10;
4, 1-2: treasures of sold by M.
Aurelius MA 17, 4; quoted in
letter of M. Aurelius AC 2, ^5 :
could not be overthrown by rebels
AC 8, 6 : gave commands only to
tested officers PN 4, 3 ; example of
good ruler E i, 2; A 42, 4 ; T 6, 9 :
named Oresta in Thrace after
himself E 7, 8 : extravagance in
banquets SA 37, 2 : temples built
by, supposedly to Christ SA 43, 6 :
old when made emperor T 5, i :
Probus to be preferred to T 16, 6;
P 22, 4 : letter concerning Egyp-
tians F 7, 6 8, 10.

Hadriani, Sepulchrum, at Rome :
built by Hadrian H 19, n : re-
paired by Antoninus Pius AP 8, 2:
Aelius Verus buried in V II, i :



Hadriani continued.

Antoninus Pius buried in MA 7,
10 : L. Verus buried in MA 20, i :
V ii, i : Commodus buried in C
17, 4 : Severus buried in S 19, 3 ;
24, 2 : Caracalla buried in Cc 9,
12; OM 5, 2.

Hadrianopolis : name given by Had-
rian to Carthage and part of Athens
H 20, 4.

Hadrianotherae, city in Asia :
founded by Hadrian H 20, 13.

Hadrianus : see Aelius.

Hadrumetum, city in Africa : grand-
father of Didius Julianus from DJ
1,2: Clodius Celsinus from S n,
3 : Clodius Albinus from CA i, 3 ;
4, i ; 12, 8.

Haemimontum : Goths attacked at
by famine and pestilence Cl n,
3-4 : plundered by Goths A 17, 2,

Halala, town in Cappadocia :
Faustina died in MA 26, 4, 9 :
made a colony MA 26, 9 : temple
of Faustina at MA 26, 9; Cc ii, 6 :
temple abolished by Caracalla Cc
ii, 6: temple re-dedicated to god
Elagabalus MA 26, 9 ; Cc ii, 7.

Haldagates : served under Aurelian
A ii, 4.

Hannibal : admired by Niger PN n,

4-5-.

Hannibalianus : see Afranius.

Hariomundus : served under Aurelian
A ii, 4. _

Harpocratio, grammarian : teacher
of L. Verus V 2, 5.

Hebrus, river in Thrace : Orestes
purified near E 7, 7.

Hedius Rufus Lollianus Gentianus :
criticized Pertinax HP 7, 7.

Heliodorus, philosopher : attacked
by Hadrian H 15, 5 : Hadrian's
friendship for H, 16, 10.

Heliodorus : see Avidius.

Hellespontus : Aemilianus defeated
at S 8, 16.

Helvius Pertinax, P. : see Pertinax.

Helvius Pertinax, P., son of Em-
peror Pertinax : title of Caesar
offered to but refused by father
HP 6, 9 : made flamen of father by
Severus HP 15, 3 : killed by Cara-
calla Cc 4, 8 ; Ge 6, 7 : jest con-
cerning Caracalla's cognomina Cc

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Helvius Pertinax P. continued.
10, 6; Ge 6, 6: suspected by
Caracalla of designs on principate
Ge 6, 8.

Helvius Successus : father of Emperor
Pertinax HP i, i.

Hephaestio, grammarian : teacher of
I,. Verus V 2, 5.

Heraclammon: betrayed Tyana to Au-
relian and punished A 22, 6 24, i.

Heraclea, city in Bithynia : attacked
by Scythians (Goths) Ga 12, 6.

Heraclea, city in Thrace: Aurelian
murdered near A 35, 5.

Heraclianus : in war against Persians,
defeated by Palmyrenes Ga 13, 4-5 :
in plot to kill Gallienus G 14, i.

Heraclitus : sent by Severus to take
possession of Britain S 6, 10: of
Bithynia (incorrect) PN 5, 2.

Herculaneus : title given to flamen of
Commodus C 17, n; name of a
kind of sword HP 8, 4.

Herculea : name given to African
fleet C 17, 8.

Hercules : initiation into Eleusinian
Mysteries imitated by Hadrian H
13, i : Commodus in garb of C 9,
2 : favourite of Commodus made
priest of C 10, 9 : statue of showed
prodigy C 16, 5 : Caracalla likened
himself to Cc 5, 9: Maximinus
likened to M 4, 9 ; 6, 9.

Hercules : name given to Commodus
C 8, 5. 9; Cc 5, 5 ; D 7, 2-3 : given
to month September C n, 8: to
October C 8, 13. 14.

Hercules, Temple of: banquet in TT



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