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Hercules Fundanius, Temple of:

omen in T 17, 2.

Herculeus, Agon : contest in honour
of Alexander the Great held by
Severus Alexander SA 35, 4.

Herculianus : name of kind of lance
Cl 14, 6.

HERENNIANUS: with Odenaethus
in Persian War TT 15,2: Zenobia
ruled in name of Ga 13, 2 ; TT 27,
i ; 30, 2 : Zenobia did not rule in
name of A 38, i : Zenobia wished
to make prince TT 17, 2: led in
triumph by Aurelian TT 24, 4 :
s.u'J tohavt ueen killed by Aurelian
TT 27, 2.

492



Herennianus : Claudius to be ap-
peased by Cl 17, 3.

Herennianus: trained by Probus P
22, 3. .

Herennianus : son of Proculus F
12, 3.

Herennianus : see Verconnius.

Herennius Celsus: sought consulship
TT 22, 12.

Herennius Dexippus, P., historian :
cited SA 49, 3 ; M 32, 3-4 ; 33, 3 ;
Go 2, i; 9,6; 19,9; 23, i; M-B I,
2; 15,5; 16, 3-6; XT 32, i; Cl 12,
6 : defeated Goths Ga 13, 8.

Herennius Modestinus, jurist : teacher
of Maximinus the younger M 27, 5.

Herennius Nepos : killed by Severus
S 13, 7-

Hermunduri : warred against Rome
MA 22, i : plan of M. Aurelius to
make a province of MA 27, 10.

HERODES : son of Odaenathus' first
wife, disliked by Zenobia TT 16,
i. 3 ; 17, 2 : with Odaenathus in
Persian war TT 15, 2 : made em-
peror by Odaenathus Ga 13, i ; TT
15, 5; 16, i : luxury of and indul-
gence of Odaenathus toward TT 16,
1-2 : killed with Odaenathus Ga 13,
i : TT 15,5: a reproach to Odaena-
thus TT 17, i.

Herodes : see Claudius Atticus.

Herodianus, historian (also called Ar-
rianus) : cited CA i, 2 ; 12, 14 ; D 2,
5; SA52, 2; 57,3; M 13, 4; 33,3
(Amanus) ; Go 2, i (Amanus) ; M-
B i, 2 (Arrianus); 15, 3. 5; 16, 6;
TT 32, i.

Hiberi, people of Transcaucasia :
Hadrian's gifts to king of H 17, n :
friendly relations with H 20, 13 :
offered aid for rescue of Valerian
Va 4, i: marched in Aurelian's
triumph A 33, 4 : revered Aurelian
A 41, 10.

Hierocles : favourite of Elagabalus
E 6, 5 : removed from power at
demand of soldiers E 15, 2 : re-
stored E 15, 4.

Hilaria : banquets of Severus Alex-
ander on SA 37, 6 : conversation of
Vopiscus on A i.

Hildomundus : served under Aurelian
An, 4.

Hispania : see Spain.



INDEX OF NAMES



Hispania Baetica : quaestorship of as-
signed to Severus S 2, 3-4 : invaded
by Mauri S 2, 4.

Hister (Danube): Scythians (Goths)
'sailed into Ga 13, 6.

Homer : Hadrian's knowledge of H
16, 6 : left no sons S 21, 2 : works
of given to Maximinus the younger
M 30, 4 : made Achilles famous P
1,2.

Homullus : remark to Trajan con-
cerning Domitian SA 65, 5.

Homullus : see Valerius.

Honoratus: see Egnatuleius.

Horatius Flaccus, Q. : cited AC n,
8 : works of read by Severus Alex-
ander SA 30, 2.

Hortensius of Cicero : cited Ga 20, I.

Hunila : wife of Bonosus F 15, 7.

lanus : showed prodigy C 16, 4 :
gates of opened by Gordian III.
Go 26, 3.

Illyricum : Hadrian in H 5, 10: plans
for defence of MA 14, 6: in Mar-
comannic War MA 22, i : Severus
made emperor in DJ 5, 1-2 ; S 5,
3; CA i, i : victory in SA 58, i
protected by Maximinus Go 14, I
Sarmatae defeated in M-B 5, 9
desired rescue of Valerian Va 3, 2
Macrianus defeated and killed in
Ga 2, 5-7; TT 12, 13: troops in
made Aureolus emperor TT n, i :
held by Aureolus Ga 3, 3 ; 5, 6 :
Gallienus defeated Goths in Ga 13,
9 : Regalianus general in TT 10, I.
9 : Macrianus' valour in TT 12, 17 :
Ragonius Clarus prefect of TT 18,
5: rich ingrain TT 18, 8: Valens
the elder seized power in TT 20, 3 :
seized by pretender TT 29, i :
victory of Marcianus and Claudius
in Cl 6, i ; 18, i : lunius Brocchus
governor of Cl 8, 3 : Claudius a
native of Cl 14, 2 : Claudius com-
mander of Cl 15, 2 : procurator of
mires in Cl 15, 4: mantle from Cl
17, 6 : Aurelian defeated Sarmatians
in A 6, 3 ; 9, 4 : Ulpius Crinitus
commander of frontier of A 13, i :
Aurelian in command of troops in
A 17, 2 : Aurelian's victories in A
22, 2; 41, 8: Aurelian in A 35, 4 :
devastated A 39, 7 : danger of re-



Illyricum continued.
volt in after Aurelian's death T 3,
6: Gallienus' letter to tribunes of
army in P 6, 2-3 : Probus' victories
in P 16, 1-2: AlmaMonsin planted
with vines P 18, 8: Probus killed
in P 20, i : Cams' parents from Ca
4, 2 : Carus born in Ca 4, 3 : Sar-
matians threatened after Probus'
death Ca 9, 4 : under rule of Carinus
Ca 16, 2 : Carinus called king in
Ca 17, i.

Ilus, King of Troy : Claudius said
to be descended from Cl 1 1 , 9.

Impurus : name given to Elagabalus
E 17, 5-

Incommodus : name given to Corn-
modus T 6, 4.

Indi : expedition of Aemilianus
against TT 22, 8 : marched in
Aurelian's triumph A 33, 4 : re-
vered Aurelian A 41, 10: Firmus'
trade with F 3, 3.

India: perfumes from E 31, 4:
purple from A 29, 2-3 : ivory from
F 3 ,6.

INGENUUS: governor of Pannonia
TT 9, i : made emperor by troops
in Moesia TT 9, i. 9; Cl 7, 4:
supported by PannoniansTT 9, i :
character TT 9, 2 : Gallienus'
campaign against TT 9, 3 ; 10, i :
killed TT 9, 3-4 : promoted by
Valerian TT 10, 14.

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

Insubres, tribe in N. Italy : grand-
father of Didius Julianus from DJ
1,2.

Interamna, town in Italy : envoys of
senate met Severus at S 6, 2 :
statues of Tacitus and Florian at

T 15, i.
Invictus : name given to month

October C n, 8; 12, i.
lovis, Campus, in Rome : house of

Niger in PN 12, 4.
lovis Cenatio, place in Palatium at

Rome : conspirators against Per-

tinax in HP n, 6.
lovis, Epulum : banquet of Severus

Alexander on SA 37, 6.
Isauria : victory in SA 58, i : Tre-

bellianus made emperor in TT 26,

2-3 : people of refused to leave

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INDEX OF NAMES



Isauria continued.

mountains TT 26, 5-6 : Claudius
planned to remove people of TT
26, 7 : campaign of Probus in P
16, 4 17, i : brigands from in
Probus' triumph P 19, 8.

Iseum, at Rome : beautified by
Severus Alexander SA 26, 8.

Iseum Metellinum, at Rome : house
of Tetrici near TT 25, 4.

Isis : cult of practised by Commodus
C 9 t 4; PN 6, 8: worshippers of
maltreated by Commodus C 9, 6 :
said to have been brought to Rome
by Caracalla Cc 9, 10-11.

Istria, city on W. coast of Black
Sea : destruction of M-B 16, 3.

Italica, town in Spain : home of
Hadrian's family H i, i : office
held in it by Hadrian H 19, i.

Italici : in Spain objected to conscrip-
tion H 12, 4.

Italy : four judges for appointed by
Hadrian H 22, 13; AP 2, n ; MA
ii, 6: towns of aided by M.
Aurelius MA n, 3: judges for
appointed by M. Aurelius MA 11,
6 : foreign-born senators required
to hold land in MA u, 8: plans
for defence of by M. Aurelius and
L. Verus MA 14, 6 : food-supplies
of administered by Didius Julianus
DJ 2, i : gold in seized by Severus
S 12, 3 : boys of noble birth sought
in as sacrificial victims E 8, i :
toga worn in by M. Aurelius and
troops MA 27, 3 : by Hadrian H
22, 3 : by Severus Alexander SA
40, 7 : Persians feared in Go 27, 3 :
desired rescue of Valerian Va 3, 2 :
Macrianus' valour in TT 12, 17:
Tetricus supervisor of TT 24, 5 :
freed from Marcomanni A 41, 8:
army of forestalled by troops of
Probus P 10, 3 : descendants of
Probus lived in P 24, I : threatened
by Sarmatians after Probus' death
Ca 9, 4 : under rule of Carinus Ca
16, 2.

Ituraeans : served under Aurelian A

ii, 3-

lulia Domna : native of Syria S 3, 9 :
married by Severus because of her
horoscope S 3, 9; Ge 3, i; SA 5,
4: called (incorrectly) stepmother

49*



lulia Domna continued.

of Caracalla S 20, 2 ; 21, 7 ; Cc IO,
i : sister of lulia Maesa OM 9, i :
influenced Severus to leave princi-
pate to sons CA 3, 5 : influenced
Severus to give name Antoninus to
Geta Ge i , 5 : reproof to Caracalla
as omen Ge 3, 3 : Geta killed in
arms of S 21, 7: Caracalla wished
to kill Cc 3, 3; Ge 7, 3: amours
and conspiracy of S 18, 8 : relations
with Caracalla S 21, 7 ; Cc 10, 1-4 :
mentioned in letter of Severus to
Albinus CA 7, 5.

lulia Fadilla : stepsister of Antoninus
Pius AP i, 5.

lulia Maesa (Varia): sister of Julia
Domna, driven from Palace by
Macrinus after Caracalla's death
OM 9, i : a native of Emesa OM
9, i : mother of Julia Soaemias
and Julia Mamaea OM 9, 2 :

frandmother of Elagabalus and
everus Alexander E 10, i ; SA i,
2 : wealthy OM 9, 5 : caused
Elagabalus to be declared emperor
by the soldiers OM 9, 4-6 : taken
by Elagabalus to camp and senate-
house E 12, 3 : left by Elagabalus
in Palace, taken by soldiers to
camp with Alexander E 13, 5 ; 14,
3 : protested against Elagabalus'
extravagance E 31, 4.

lulia Mamaea : daughter of Julia
Maesa OM 9, 2 : mother of Severus
Alexander SA 3,1: taken to camp
by soldiers with Alexander E 14,
3 : character SA 14,7: greed SA
*4> 7; 59, 8: reproved Alexander
for affability SA 20, 3 : power of
SA 14, 7 ; 60, 2 : devotion of Alex-
ander to SA 26, 9 : buildings
named after SA 26, 9 : attitude
toward Ulpian SA 51, 4: death
SA 60, 2 ; M 7, 4 : festival in
honour of SA 63, 4 : wished
Alexander to abandon German
war SA 63, 5 ; M 7, 5 : wise
counsellor of Alexander SA 66, i :
letter of Alexander to M 29, 1-4.

lulia Soaemias (Symiamira) : daugh-
ter of Julia Maesa OM 9, 2 :
mother of Elagabalus OM 9, 2;
E 2, I : relations with Caracalla
E 2, i : character OM 7, 6; E 2,



INDEX OF NAMES



lulia Soaemias continued.
i-2 ; 18, 2 : influence over son E
2, I : admitted to senate E 4,^ 1-2 ;
1 8, 3 : social regulations established
under influence of E 4, 4 : left _by
Elagabalus in Palace, accompanied
Alexander and soldiers to camp E
13, 5; 14, 4: killed with son E
1 8, 2.

lulianus : prefect of the guard, killed
by Commodus C 7, 4 : maltreated
by Commodus C 11, 3-4.

lulianus: see Ceionius: Cerellius:
Claudius : Didius : Pescennius :
Salvius : Ulpius.

lulius Alexander : revolted against
Commodus C 8, 3.

lulius Asclepiodotus : cited A 44,
2-3 : trained by Probus P 22, 3.

lulius Atherianus : quoted TT 6, 5-7.

lulius Calpurnius : letter of Ca 8,
4-7-

lulius Candidus Marius Celsus, Ti. :
second consulship H 3, 4.

lulius Capitolinus: Vopiscus will
imitate P 2, 7.

lulius Erucius Clarus, C. : consul-
ship of HP 15, 6: killed by
Severus S 13, 4.

lulius Frontinus, rhetorician : teacher
of Severus Alexander SA 3, 3.

lulius Granianus, rhetorician : teach-
er of Severus Alexander SA 3, 3.

lulius Laetus : advised murder of
Tullius Crispinus DJ 8, i.

lulius Lupus, P. : stepfather of
Antoninus Pius AP i, 6.

lulius Martialis : murderer of Cara-
calla Cc 6, 7 ; 7, 2.

lulius Paulus : in consilium of
Papinian PN 7, 4 ; SA 26, 6 : pre-
fect of the guard PN 7, 4 ; SA 26,
5 : trusted official and counsellor
of Severus Alexander SA 26, 5;
27, 2 ; 68, i.

lulius Proculus : killed by Corn-
modus C 7, 7.

lulius Quadratus, A: consulship of
HS. 4-

lulius Rufus : killed by Severus S
1.3, 2.

lulius Titianus : author of a work on
the provinces, called the ape of his
age M 27, 5.



lulius Trypho : commander of fron-
tier of the East, with Valerian
at Byzantium A 13, i.

lulius Ursus Servianus, L. : brother-
in-law of Hadrian H I, 2: 8, Ii:
early enmity for Hadrian H 2, 6 :
second consulship H 3, 8 : defer-
ence of Hadrian toward H 8, n :
third consulship H 8, n : compelled
by Hadrian to commit suicide H
15, 8; 23, 2. 8; 25, 8: considered
by Hadrian as successor H 23,
2 : letter of Hadrian to F 8.

lulius Vindex, C. : attempt to seize
principate now forgotten PN 9, 2 :
acclaimed emperor by soldiers SA
1,7- no life of written by Suetonius
FI.I.

lulus : Diadumenianus likened to D

8,7-

luncus : see Aemilius.

lunia Fadilla : great-granddaughter
of Marcus Aurelius, betrothed to
Maximinus the younger, later
married to Toxotius M 27, 6-8.

Junior : see Petronius.

lunius, legate of Carus: letter of
Carus to Ca 4, 6-7.

lunius Balbus : son-in-law of Gordian
I. Go 4, 2.

lunius Brocchus : letter of Claudius
to Cl 8, 3-9, 2.

lunius Messalla : extravagance of
Ca 20, 4-6.

lunius Palmarus : victory of in
Armenia SA 58, i.

lunius Rusticus, Q., philosopher :
teacher of M. Aurelius MA 3, 2-4.

lunius Severus : appointed successor
to Albinus by Commodus CA 14, i.

lunius Silanus : consul, read pro-
clamation of Gordian I. M 16, i.

lunius Tiberianus, city-prefect: con-
versation of Vopiscus with A 1-2.

Justus : see Autronius.

luvenalia : celebrated by Gordian I.
Go 4, 6.

luvenalis : see Flavius.

luventius Celsus : in Hadrian's
consilium H 18, i.

luverna (Ireland) : Roman emperor
destined to send governor to T 15, 2.

xiones : name given by Elagabalus
to parasites E 24, 5.

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INDEX OF NAMES



Jews: revolt quelled by Turbo H 5,
8 : in revolt H 14, 2 : revolt quelled
AP 5,4: triumph over granted to
Caracalla S 16, 7: persons for-
bidden to become S 17, i : child
punished for adherence to religion
of Cc i, 6 : plan to amalgamate
religion of with cult of Elagabalus
E 3, 5 : ordered to eat ostriches E
28, 4 : privileges respected by
Severus Alexander SA 22, 4 :
custom of in choosing priests
imitated by Alexander SA 45, 7 :
precept of adopted by Alexander
SAsi,7-8: inscription in language
of Go 34, 2 : sacred books of Cl 2,
4 : bad character of in Egypt F 8,

3-7-

JULIUS CAESAR: clemency of
AC ii, 6: left no sons S 21, 2:
conquered Britain CA 13, 7 : died
violent death SA 62, 3 : killed by
senators M 18, 2 : contrasted with
Cato by Sallust M-B 7, 7 : mur-
derers died violent death Go 33,

4-5-

Juno : appealed to D 7, 7-
Juno Regina : appealed to P 12, ?.
Jupiter : Severus dreamed of being

called by S 22, 2 : appealed to SA

i7_, 4 : thunderer Ga 5, 3.
Jupiter Consul (or Consulens) :

statue of planned by Aurelian F

3. 4-
Jupiter Nicephorius : oracle of H

2,9-

Jupiter Olympius : temple at Athens
dedicated by Hadrian H 13, 6.

Jupiter Optimus Maximus : games
for MA 21, 5 : appeals to C 18, 7 ;
D i, 7: thanks rendered to M 26,
2 : Maximus and Balbinus called
to empire by M-B. 17, 2 : statue
of Claudius before temple of Cl. 2,
4 : purple garment in temple of
A 29, I : thanks and appeal to P
12, I. 7 : senate ordered to conse-
crate crowns to P 15, 4: ivory
consecrated to F 3, 6.

Jupiter Praestes : omen at shrine of
M-B 5, 3.

Jupiter Salutaris: sacrifice to Ga 5, 5.

Jupiter Syrius, identified with Sol
and Elagabalus : temple of Faus-
tina at Halala rededicated to him

496



Jupiter Syrius continued.

by Elagabalus MA 26, 9; Cc u, 7 :
Elagabalus priest of E i, 5 : temple
of at Rome E i, 6 ; 3,4; 17, 8 .

Jupiter Ultor : Pertinax prayed to
HP u, 10.



Laberius Maximus, M' : spared by
Hadrian H 5, 5.

Labicana, Via : Didius Julianus
buried on DJ 8, 10.

Labici, town in Italy : grapes from
CAii, 3 .

Labyrinth, in Egypt: visited by
Severus S 17, 4.

Lacedaemon : marble from E 24, 6 ;
SA 25, 7-

Lacringes : warred against Rome
MA 22, i.

Laelius, C. : Gordian I. likened to
Go 5, 5.

Laetus : responsibility for death of
denied by Severus S 15, 6.

Laetus : see Aemilius : lulius : Mae-
cius.

Lamia Silanus : son-in-law of An-
toninus Pius AP i, 7.

Lampridia : mother of Pescennius
Niger PN i, 3.

Lampridius : see Aelius.

Lanuvium, town in Italy: birthplace
of Antoninus Pius AP i, 8 : temples
at repaired by Antoninus Pius AP
8, 3 : birthplace of Commodus C i,
3 : wild-beast fights of Commodus
at C 8, 5 : prodigy at C 16, 5.

Laodicea, city in Syria : L. Verus at
V 7, 3 : shrine of Diana at E 7, 5.

Larcius Eurupianus : killed by Com-
modus C 7, 6.

Larius (Lake Como) : descendants of
Probus lived near P 24, i.

Lascivius : see Triarius.

Lateranus : house of MA i, 7.

Lateranus : see Sextius.

Latinae, Feriae: M. Aurelius prefect
of MA 4, 6.

Latium, district of Italy : offices held
by Hadrian in towns of H 19, i.

Latium, lus : given by Hadrian to
many cities H 21, 7.

Laurensis : see Livius.

Lavinium, town in Italy : M. Aure-
lius at MA 27, 4.



INDEX OF NAMES



Lazi, people in N.E. Asia Minor:
king of appointed by Antoninus
Pius AP 9, 6.

Legio I: Pertinax in command of:
HP 2, 6 : Albinus in command of
CA 6, 2.

Legio I Minervia: Hadrian in com-
mand of H 3, 6.

Legio II Adiutrix: Hadrian tribune
of H 2, 2.

Legio II Parthica : prefect of an ac-
complice in murder of Caracalla
Cc 6, 7.

Legio III : eagle-bearers of plundered
temple of Sun at Palmyra A 31, 7.

Legio III Felix: served under Aure-
lian A n, 4: Probus in command

of P 5, 4-7-

Legio IV : Albinus in command or
CA 6, 2 : Maximinus tribune of M 5,
5 : Serapammon in command of
Go 25, 2.

Legio IV Scythica :_ Severus in com-
mand of at Massilia 83,6.

Legio V Martia: Claudius tribune
of Cl 14, 2.

Legio VI Gallicana: Aurelian tri-
bune of A 7, i.

Legio XXII Primigenia: Didiub
Julianus in command of in Germany
DJ i, 6.

Leonides : trained by Probus P

22, 3.

Leptis, town in Africa: home of
family of Severus S 1,2 : man from
beaten by Severus S 2, 6 : Severus'
sister came from S 15, 7.

Liber : Elagabalus arrayed as E 28, 2.

Libo : see Annius.

Libya revolt in H 5, 2 : Severus
feared that Niger would seize S 8,
7; PN 5,5 : procurator of Maxi-
minus killed in M 14, i : wild
beasts from at games of Gordian I.
Go 3,6: earthquake in Ga 5, 4 :
Fabius Pomponianus commander
of frontier of, made Celsus emperor
TT 29, i : beasts from in Aurelian's
triumph A 33, 4 : Probus in P 9, i :
leopards from in spectacle of Probus
P 19, 7-

LICINIUS: conquered by Constan-
tine E 35, 6 : claimed descent from
Philip Go 34, 5.



Licinius Sura, L. : promoted friend-
ship between Trajan and Hadrian
H 2, 10 : informed Hadrian of
adoption planned by Trajan H 3,
10: death H 3, n.

Liguria, district of Italy : Pertinax
in HP 3, 3-4-

Livianus : see Claudius.

Livius, T. : inaccuracy of A 2, 2 :
wrote of Pompey P 2, 3 : Vopiscus
will not imitate P 2, 7 : did not
record trifles F 6, 3.

Livius Andronicus : saying taken
from Ca 13, 5.

Livius Laurensis, P. : gave body of
Commodus for burial C 20, i.

LOLLIANUS: instrumental in kill-
ing Postumus TT 3, 7 ; 5, i : made
emperor in Gaul TT 4,1; 5, i. 5 ;
Cl 7, 4 : campaign of Gallienus
against Ga 21, 5 : small prestige of
in Gaul TT 5, 2 : killed TT 5, 3-4 ;
6, 3 ; 8, i ; 31,2: benefits to Gaul
TT 5, 4: life of little known TT
5,8.

Lollianus : see Hedius.

Lollianus Avitus, L. : aided Pertinax
to secure post of centurion HP i, 5.

Lollianus Titianus : ordered to arm
gladiators at Capua DJ 8, 3.

Lollius Professus : killed by Severus
S 13, 2.

Lollius Serenus : introduced Albinus
to Antoninus CA 6, i.

Longinus : see Cassius.

Longus : see Baebius.

Lollius Urbicus, historian : cited D
9,2.

Lollius Urbicus, Q. : conquests of in
Britain AP 5, 4.

Lorium, town in Italy : Antoninus
Pius reared at AP i, 8: died at
AP 12, 6.

Lucani : Caracalla's joke concerning
Cc 5, 6.

Lucania, district of Italy: Tetricus
supervisor of TT 24, 5 ; A 39, i.

Lucanicus : Caracalla threatened to
assume as cognomen Cc 5, 6.

Lucanus : see Claudius.

Lucceius Torquatus : killed by
Commodus C 7, 6.

Lucilius, C,, poet : verse of quoted
against Pertinax HP 9, 5.

Lucilla: see Annia: Domitia.

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INDEX OF NAMES



Lucillus : consulship of Ga 12, i.

Lugdunensis : see Gallia Lugdun-
ensis.

Lugdunum (Lyons) : Albinus died
at CA 12, 3 : people of put down
by Aurelian, fearing Probus, made
Proculus emperor F 13, 1-2.

Luguvallum, place in Britain : omen
at S 22, 4.

Luna : colossus of planned by Had-
rian H 19, 13: worship of Cc 7,
3-5 : temple of at Ephesus de-
stroyed by Goths Ga 6, 2.

Lunus : worship of at Carrhae Cc
6, 6 ; 7, 3-

Lupiae, town in Italy : founded by
Malemnius MA i, 6.

Lupus : see Antonius Antius : lulius.

Lusitania : revolt in MA 22, 10.

Lusius Quietus : deprived of com-
mand H 5, 8 : plot against Hadrian
and death H 7, 1-2.

Lustralis : see Sergius.

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



Maccius Plautus, T., writer of com-
edies : left no sons S 21, 2 : sayings
taken from works of Ca 13, 5.

Macedonia : opinion of Cato con-
cerning H 5, 3 : Severus sent troops
to hold against Niger PN 5, 6 :
invaded by Goths, Ga 5,6: Goths
retreated through Ga 13, 8.

Macedonius : murdered Titus Quar-
tinus, killed by Maximinus M ii,

4-5- .

Macellinus : name given to Macrinus
OM 13,3.

Macer : grandfather of Severus S i, 2.

Macer : see Aninius : Baebius : Cor-
nelius.

MACRIANUS: foremost of Va-
lerian's generals TT 12, i : made
emperor Ga i, 2-3; TT 12, 2-12:
qualifications of Ga i, 4-5; TT 12,
5-6: campaign Ga 2, 1-6; TT ii,
2 ; 12, 12 : 15, 4 : troops surrendered
to Aureolus Ga 2, 7; TT ii, 2; 12,
14 ; 14, i : defeated and killed Ga
2,7; 3, 1-6; TT 12, 13-14; 14, i;
15, 4 : made Ballista prefect Ga 2,
7 : soldiers of in Emesa Ga 3, 4 :
promoted by Valerian TT 10, 14 :

498



Macrianus ccmtinued.

worthy to fill Valerian's place TT

12, 5 : Valerian's opinion of TT 12,
15-18 : speeches of TT 12, 7-8. n :
descendants of TT 14, 3-5 : feared
Valens TT 19, 2.

MACRIANUS the younger: made
tribune by Valerian TT 12, 10 :
made emperor, TT 12, 12; 13, i:
defeated and killed with his father
Ga2, 7; 3,1.6; TT n, 2; 12,13;

13, 1-3; 14, i.
Macrianus : see Baebius.
MACRINUS: origin and early

career OM 2, i; 4, 1-6; 5, 6; 8, i ;
D 14, i : prefect of guard Cc 6, 6 ;
OM 2, i ; 4, 7 : murdered Caracalla
Cc6,6-7; 8,9; ii, 5; OM 2, 1.5;
3, 8; 4,7-8;. D i, i ; E 2, 3; M 4,
4 : seized principate OM 2, i ; 5, i ;
E 2, 3 : accepted by senate OM 2,
3-4 ; 5 1 9 7. 4 : caused Caracalla to
be deified and buried Cc n, 5;
OM 5, 1-3; 6, 8; D 3, i : assumed
names Severus and Antoninus OM
2, i ; 3. 6; 5, 7; ii, 2: name Per-
tinax OM n, 2: gave name An-
toninus to son Diadumenianus Cc
8, 10; OM 2, 53, 9! 5, 1 1 7, 5;
D 1-2; 3, i; 6, 10; 7, i. 5-7; 8, i;
E i, 4; SA 9, 3: feared soldiers
OM 3, 8 ; 5,4: donative to soldiers
OM 5, 7-8 ; D 2, i : hatred for OM
5, 5 ; 14, 1-2 : refused cognomen Pius
OM 7, 2; ii, 2-4; 14,2: accepted

cognomen Felix OM 7, 5 ; n, 2-4 :
war against Parthians OM 2, 2 ; 8,

1-3 ; 12, 6 : against Armenians and
Arabs OM 12, 6 : deserted by troops
and killed OM 8, 2. 4 ; 9, 5 ; 10, 1-3;
14,2; 15, i ; D 9, 4; E i, |; 5,1;
M4,6: severity and cruelty OM ii,
1-2; 12, i-n ; 13, 3; D8, 4 : planned
reform of laws OM 13, i ; financial
policy OM 13, 2 : habits and tastes
OM 13, 4-5 : verses concerning and
by OM ii, 3-71. 12, 9; 14, 3-4:
harangues to soldiers and their ac-
clamations D i, 4 2, i : honours
for Diadumenianus and gifts to
people D 2, 6-10 : pardoned con-
spirators, remonstrated with by
Diadumenianus D 8, 4-8 ; 9, i :
drove Julia Maesa from the Palace
OM 9, i : vilified at accession of



INDEX OF NAMES



Macrinus continued.

Elagabalus OM 4, i ; E 3, 3; 8, 4-

5 : bated by Maximinus M 4, 4.
Macrinus : father-in-law of Severus

Alexander, named Caesar and put

to death SA 49, 3-4.
Macrinus : see Cerellius : Varius :

Veturius.
Maecenas : two soldiers killed by M

20, 6 ; Go 22 , 8.
Maecia Faustina: daughter of Gor-

dian I. Go 4, 2.
Maecianus : partisan of Avidius Cas-

sius, slain at Alexandria MA 25, 4 ;

AC 7, 4-
Maecianus : letter of Proculus to F

12, 6-7.

Maecianus : see Baebius : Cereius :

Volusius.
Maecius Brundisinus : prefect of

grain-supply, with Valerian at

Byzantium A 13, i.
Maecius Faltonius Nicomachus :

speech of T 6.
Maecius Gordianus : kinsman of

Gordian III. Go 30, i.
Maecius Laetus : advised murder of

Geta, killed by Caracalla Cc 3, 4.
Maecius Marullus : father of Gordian

I. Go 2, 2.
MAEONIUS: Odaenathus' cousin,

killed him and Herodes, seized

power and killed TT 15, 5 ; 17, 1-3.
Maeonius Astyanax : cited TT 12, 3.
Maeotidae (Goths) : Aurelian sent by

Claudius to war against A 16, 4 :

invaded Roman territory under

pretext of summons from Aurelian

Ti3, 2.
Maeotis : barbarians from invaded

Roman territory T 13, 3.
Maesa : see lulia.
Magirus : name given to Zoticus by

Elagabalus E 10, 5.
Magnus : conspired against Maxi-
minus and killed M 10; TT 32, i.
Magnus : cognomen offered to Severus

Alexander but refused SA 5, 5 ; 6,

i; 11,2-5; 12,4.

Magnus : see Pactumeius : Pompeius.
Malemnius : king of the Sallentini

from whom family of M. Aurelius

claimed descent MA i, 6.
Mallius Chilo : letter of Aurelian to

A 23, 4-5-



Mamertinus : see Petronius Sura.

Mamaea : see lulia.

Mamaeani (-ae), pueri and puellae:
endowed by Severus Alexander SA
57,7-

Mammam, ad : building in Rome built
by Severus Alexander SA 26, 9.

Mamurius : name given to Marius TT
8,3-

Manlia Scantilla : wife of Didius
Julianus, received title of Augusta
E>J 3. 4 ; 4i 5 : buried Julianus DJ
8, 10.

Manlius Statianus : speech of P 12.

Marcelli, Theatrum: Severus Alex-



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