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ander wished to restore SA 44, 7.

Marcellina : see Pescennia.

Marcellinus : see Fabius : Valerius.

Marcellus: see Claudius: Publicius:
Quintilius : Ulpius.

Marcia, concubine of Commodus:
abetted folly of Commodus C 8, 6 :
in garb of Amazon C n, 9: ac-
complice in murder of Commodus
C 17, 1-2 : helped to make Pertinax
emperor HP 5,2: death DJ 6, 2.

Marcia : first wife of Severus 83,2.

Marcianopolis, city in Bulgaria:
battles with Goths at Cl 9, 3.

Marcianus : defeated Goths Ga 6, 1 :
warred against Scythians (Goths)
Ga 13, 10; Cl 6, i ; 18, i : in plot
to kill Gallienus Ga 14, 1. 7 : bribed
troops to declare Gallienus a usur-
per Ga 15, 2.

Marcius Agrippa : accomplice in
murder of Caracalla Cc 6, 7.

Marcius Asellio : killed by Severus

S 13, 7-

Marcius Coriolanus, Cn. : admired
by Niger PN 12, i.

Marcius Quartus: prefect of the
guard under Commodus C 6, 8.

Marcius Turbo, Q. : friendship for
Hadrian H 4, 2 : transferred from
Judaea to Mauretania H 5, 8 : trans-
ferred from Mauretania to Pannonia
and Dacia H 6, 7 ; 7, 3 : appointed
prefect of the guard H 9, 4 : at-
tacked by Hadrian H 15,7.

Marcomanni : wars with, waged by
M. Aurelius and L. Verus MA 12,
1314,7; 17,2-4; 21, 622, 2. 8;
27, 10; V 9, 7-10 ; E 9, 1-2: settled
in Italy by M. Aurelius MA 22, 1 ;

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INDEX OF NAMES



Marcoman ni continued.
24, 3 : Roman nobles fell in war
against MA 22, 7: plan of M.
Aurelius to make a province of MA
24, 5; 27, 10 : war against left by
M. Aurelius MA 25, i : war resumed
MA 29, 4 ; C 2, 5 : Pertinax in war
against HP 2, 6 : Elagabalus wished
to make war against E 9,^1-2: in-
vasion of repelled by Aurelian A 18,
321, 5.

Marcus : addressed in epigram of
Martial's SA 38, 2.

Margus, place in Jugoslavia: Carinus
defeated near Ca 18, 2.

MARIUS : formerly a worker in iron
TT 8, i. 6 : made emperor in Gaul
by Victoria TT 5, 3. 5; 8, 2. 6 :
killed TT 8, 2; 31, 2: called Ma-
murius and Veturius TT 8, 3 :
strength of TT 8, 4-5 : speech of
TT 8, 8-13.

Marius, C. : Avidius Cassius likened
himself to AC 3, 8 : Severus likened
to PN 6, 4: admiration of Niger
for PN ii, 3-5; 12, i.

Marius : poem of Cicero imitated by
Gordian I. Go 3, 2.

Marius Maximus, L., historian : cited
H 2, 10 ; 12,4; 20, 3; 25, 4; Ae

3, 9; 5, 5; AP ii, 3; MA i, 6;
25,10; AC 6, 6-7; 9,5-9; Ci3,2;
15,5; 18,2; HP 2, 8; 15,8; Si 5 ,
6 ; CA 3, 4 ; 9, 2. 5 ; 12, 14 ; Ge 2,
i; E 11,6; SA 5,4; 21, 4;. 3, 6;
48, 6; 65, 4 : Vopiscus will imitate
P 2, 7 : most wordy of writers,
wrote lives of Avidius Cassius,
Pescennius Niger, Clodius Albinus
F i, 1-2.

Marmaridae : defeated by Probus P
9i i ; 12, 3.

Marna : appealed to SA 17, 4.

Maro : see Vergilius.

Mars : believed to have placed wreath
on head of M. Aurelius MA 4, 3 :
spectacle in honour of Cl 13, 6.

Marsi, people of Italy : priests of E
23, 2.

Martialis : see Gargilius : lulius :
Valerius.

Martis, Sacrarium : Claudius' elec-
tion as emperor announced in Cl

4, 2.

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Martius Verus, P. : as legate of L.
Verus victorious in war against
Parthians V 7, i.

Marullinus: ancestor of Hadrian H
1,2.

Marullus, writer of mimes : attacked
M. Aurelius and L. Verus MA 8, i.

Marullus : see Maecius.

Massilia : Severus in command of
legion at S 3, 6.

Masticius Fabianus: killed by
Severus S 13, 3.

Mater (Deum) : plan to remove
symbol of to temple of Elagabalus
E 3, 4 : rites of performed by
Emperor Elagabalus E 7, 1-2:
Elagabalus arrayed as E 28, 2:
Hilaria festival of SA 37, 6.

Materianus : see Pescennius.

Maternus : see Triarius.

Matidia, mother-in-law of Hadrian:
escorted ashes of Trajan H 5, 9:
honours for H 9, 9 ; 19, 5.

Matronianus : made prefect of guard
by Carinus Ca 16, 4.

Maurentius : aided Didius Julianus
to seize principate DJ 3, i.

Mauretania : revolt in quelled by
Marcius Turbo H 5, 8 ; 6, 7 :
governor of quelled revolt Go 23, 4 :
purple from Cl 14, 8 : couch-covers
from A 12, i : possessions of
Tacitus in T 10, 5.

Mauretania Tingitana : victory in
SA 58, i.

Mauri : attacks made by H 5,2:
Lusius Quietus deprived of com-
mand against H 5, 8 : revolt of
quelled H 12, 7 : name Caesar taken
from language of Ae 2,3: forced
to sue for peace AP 5, 4 : invaded
Spain MA 21, i: S 2, 4 : con-
quered C 13, 5 : in army of Severus
Alexander M ii, 7: Capelianus in
command of M 19, i ; Go 15, i :
ostriches from painted in Domus
Pompeiana Go 3, 7; Titus tribune
of TT 32, i : invaded Africa F 9, 5.

Mauricius : aroused Africans to
acclaim Gordian I. emperor Go
7, 48, 4.

Mauricius: Ste Murrentius.

Maurus : see Aelius.

MAXENTIUS: conquered by Con-
stantine E 35, 6.



INDEX OF NAMES



MAXIMIAN : father of the iron age
E 35, 4 : loyalty of Constantius
toward Cl 10, 7 : review of
emperors as far as A 42, 3-4 :
Vopiscus planned to write lives of
emperors as far as P 1,5: Dio-
cletian's desire to rule known to
Ca 15, i : given as emperor by
gods Ca 18, 3 : character of Ca
18,4.

MAXIMINUS: origin M i, 5-7; 2,
i; 8, 9-11; 9, 5: appearance and
habits SA 63, 2 ; M 2, 2 ; 4, 1-3 ;
6, 8-9 ; 28, 8 : admitted to military
service by Severus M i, 4 ; 2, 3 3,
6; 4, 6; 5, 4: career under
Caracalla, Macrinus and Elaga-
balusM4,4 5,2: military service
under Severus Alexander M i, 4;

5, 3 6, 7 ; 7, 1-2 : incited troops to
kill Alexander SA 59, 7 ; M 7, 4 ;
10, 3; ii, i: made emperor by
troops M 7, 4; 8, i; M-B 13, 2:
severity in military discipline M

6, 1-7; 10, 4: won favour of
troops M 8, 2-4 : cruelty M 8, 5
9, 8; 10,1.5.6; 11,6; 13,5; 22,7;
24., i : treatment of servants and
friends of Alexander M 9, 7-8 :
feared and hated at Rome M 8, 6 ;
J 3i 5 ! 20, i ; Go 22, i : suppressed
conspiracy of Magnus M 10; TT

32, i : suppressed conspiracy of
Titus M ii, 2-5 ; TT 31, 7. 12 ; 32,
1-3 : knowledge of warfare M 10,
3 : desired to surpass Alexander
M 10, 3 : war against Germans SA
61, 8 ; M 10, 2 ; ii, 712, 5 ; 13, 3
Go 14, i: announced victories M
12,5-6; 13, 1-2: plans for further
conquests M 13, 3 : revolt of
Gordians against M 13, 6 14, 5 ;
19; 20, 7; Go 7, 29, 8; 15-16;
22, 6 : adherents at Rome killed M
15, i; Go 10, 5-8; 13, 7-9: de-
clared public enemy together with
son M 15, 2 16, 6 ; Go ii ; 13, 6 ;
M-B i, 4: behaviour on hearing
declaration M 17-18; Go 13, i-
4 : Maximus and Balbinus ap-
pointed emperors against M 20 ;

33, 3; Go 10, 1-2; 22, i ; M-B i, i
3, 3; 15. 5; 16, 6: donative to
soldiers M 18, 4 : envoys sent to
Rome Go 10, 3 : marched on Italy



Maximinus continued.

M 18, 4 ; 20, 721, 5 ; Go 14 ; M-B
I0 i !-3; I5i 5: besieged Aquileia
M 21, 622, 6 ; 28, 4 ; 33, i. 3 I M-B
12, 2; 15, 4; 16, 5. 7; 18, 2:
anger of soldiers at M 21, 3-4 ; 23,
1-2 : killed M 23, 6-7 ; 32, 4-5 ; M-
B ii, i : army brought to Rome
by Maximus M-B 12, 7-8 : rejoicing
at death and condemnation of M
24, 4 26, 6; 31, 5; M-B ii, 4; 13,
i : refused adoration M 28, 7 :
memorial of near Aquileia M 28,
8-9 : made son Caesar M 22, 6 :
made son co-emperor M 29, 6-7:
omens of rule and of death M 30,
I -3; 3i, 1-3: Gordians sent to
Africa under Go 18, 6 : Alexander
vilified to please SA 63, 6 : favoured
by Herodian out of hatred for
Alexander M 13, 4 : length of rule
M-B 15, 7 : example of evil ruler
A 42, 6.

MAXIMINUS the younger: ap-
pearance M 22, 7; 27, 1-2; 28, 3;
32, 6 : education M 27, 2-5 : be-
trothed to Junia Fadilla M 27, 6 :
character and tastes M 24, i ; 28 ;
29,8-10: Severus Alexander wished
to marry sister to M 29, 1-5 : re-
ceived title of Caesar from Maxi-
minus M 22, 6 : made emperor
with Maximinus M 8, i ; 29, 6-7 :
declared public enemy with father
M 15, 2. 9; 16, 4 ; Go n, 9 : wilh
father on march to Italy M 17, 2-3 ;
22, 6 ; 28, 4 ; Go 14, 6 : killed with
father M 23, 6; 32, 4-5: dis-
honoured after death M 26, 5;
31, 5: omens of rule M 30, 4-7:
sorrow at death of M 32, 2.

Maximinus, actor: brought by L.
Verus from Syria V 8, 7.

MAXIMUS : also called Puppierms
M24, 5; 33, 3-4; Go 10, i; 19, 9;
22, i ; M-B, 1,2; ii, i ; 15, i. 4-5 ;
16, 2. 7; 17-18: parentage M 20,
I ; M-B, 5, 1-2 ; 16, 2 : omens of
rule M-B 5, 3-4 : education M-B 5,
5-6: early career M-B 5, 7-9:
prefect of city M 20, i ; M-B 5,
10; 15, 2 : character and appear,
ance M 20, i. 4; M-B i, 2; 2, i. 7;
6; 7, 7; i5i i; 16, 2. 4: on com-
mission of twenty to oppose

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INDEX OF NAMES



Maximus continued.

Maximinus, made emperor with
Balbinus M 20, 1-3. 8; 32, 3; 33,
3; Go 10, 1-2; 19, 9; 22, i; M-B
It 23, 3; 5, "I 8, i; 13, 2;
15. 5 ; 16, 6 : demonstration in
Rome against M-B 3, 3-5 ; 8, 2-3 :
campaign against Maximinus M
30, 5-6; 21-22; 24, 2-6; 33, 3;
M-B, 8, 4; 10, 1-3; 11,1-2; 12, 3;
I 5> 4-5 J 18, 2 : return to Rome M
24, 8; M-B 12, i. 7: honours
decreed for M-B 12, 4. 6 : Bal-
binus jealous of MB 12, 5 : honours
and acclamations in senate M 26 ;
M-B 12, 9; 13, 1-2 : established in
Palace M 24, 8; 26, 7: ill-will of
soldiers toward M-B 12, 9; 13,2-3.
5: excellent rule of M-B 13, 4;
15, 1-2 : plan for campaign against
Parthians M-B 13, 5 : quarrels
with Balbinus M-B 14, i : killed
by soldiers Go 22, 5 ; M-B 14, 2-8 ;
15, 4: length of rule Go 22, 5;
M-B 15, 7 : letter congratulating
M-B 17.

Maximus : father of Emperor Maxi-
mus M-B 5, i.

Maximus : father of Probus P 3, 2.

Maximus : see Claudius : Gavius :
Laberius : Marius : Quintilius :
Tattius.

Media : conquered by generals of L.
Verus V 7, i.

Medicus : cognomen assumed by M.
Aurelius and L. Verus V 7, 2.

Mediolanum (Milan) : grandfather of
Didius Julianus from DJ i, 2:
Geta born at Ge 3,1: Valerian the
younger killed and buried near Va
8, 3 ; Ga 14, 9 : Gallienus killed
near Ga 14, 9: Aureolus killed
near Cl 5, 3 : plundered by Marco-
manni A 18, 3 : letter of senate to
council of T 18, 6 : Carus said to
have been native of Ca 4, 4 : roses
from Ca 17, 3.

Megalensia : date of birth and of
death of Caracalla Cc 6, 6.

Memmia : wife of Severus Alexander,
reproved him for affability SA
20, 3.

Memmius Rufinus : killed by Severus
S 13, 4-

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Memnon, statue in Egypt : visited
by Severus S 17, 4.

Memphis, city in Egypt : visited by
Severus S 17, 4 : inscription at TT
22, 13.

Memphius : see Aelius Aurelius
Apolaustus.

Menophilus : see Tullius.

Mesomedes : salary of reduced by
Antoninus Pius AP 7, 8.

Mesopotamia : tribute imposed by
Trajan remitted by Hadrian H 21,
12 : reconquered by Severus Alex-
ander SA 56, 6: by Odaenathus
Ga 12, i ; TT 15, 3 : troops from
served under Aurelian A n, 3 :
conquered by Carus Ca 8, i.

Messalina : see Aurelia.

Messalla : suggested as husband for
Theoclia by Severus Alexander M

29, 4-

Messalla : governor of Achaea, letter
of Decius to Cl 16.

Messalla : see lunius.

Metelli : Severus Alexander claimed
descent from SA 44, 3.

Metellus : see Caecilius.

Mezentius : imitated by Macrinus
OM 12, 8-9.

Micca : father of Maximinus M i, 6.

Micipsa : speech of sent by Severus
to Caracalla S 21, n.

Milesiae,fabulae : written by Albinus
CA ii, 8: by Apuleius CA 12, 12.

Milo of Croton, athlete : Maximinus
likened to M 6, 9.

Milo : see Annius.

Minerva : appealed to P 12, 7.

Minucia (Porticus) : statue of Her-
cules in C 16, 5.

Mirissimus : favourite of Elagabalus,
dismissed by him E 15, 2.

Misitheus : see Furius Sabinius.

Mithra : rites of polluted by Com-
modus C 9, 6.

Mithradates, King of Pontus : con-
quered by Romans Va i, 5 :
Pompey in war against P 2, 3.

Mnestheus : made plot to kill Aure-
lian A 36, 4-6 : punished A 37, 2.

Moderatus : reputed lover of Faus-
tina, promoted by Marcus Aure-
lius MA 29, i.

Modes dnus: see. Herennius.



INDEX OF NAMES



Moesia : Hadrian in H 2, 3 ; 6, 6 :
prodigy in AP 9, 4: Pertinax
served in HP 2, 2 : Pertinax
governor of HP 2, 10 : Gordian
III. in Go 26, 4 : people of attacked
by Carpi M-B 16, 3: Ingenuus
made emperor by troops in TT
9, i : cruelty of Gallienus to
people in TT 9, 3 ; 10, I :
Regalianus made emperor by
troops in TT 10, i : battle with
Goths in Cl 9, 3 : troops in under
command of Claudius Cl 15, 2 :
Aurelian born in A 3, 2 : in ruinous
condition, settled with people from
Dacia A 39, 7.

Moesius Gallicanus, prefect of guard :
speech of T 8, 3-4.

Moguntiacum (Mainz) : Aurelian's
victory at A 7> i.

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

Moses : lived 125 years Cl 2, 4.

Motilenus : prefect of the guard,
poisoned by Commodus C 9, 2.

Mucapor: Aurelian's letter to A 26,
3-5 : Aurelian murdered by A 35, 5.

Mucius Scaevola, Q. : Gordian I.
likened to Go 5, 5.

Mulvius, Pons : portico extending to
planned by Gallienus Ga 18, 5.

Mulvius Gallicanus : prefect of guard,
letter of Valerian to P 4, 3-7.

Mummius Secundinus : killed by
Severus S 13, i.

Murcus : see Nonius.

Murena : see Ablavius.

Murrentius Mauricius : governor of
Egypt, with Valerian at Byzan-
tium A 13, i.

Museum at Alexandria : Hadrian
held discussions with scholars in
H 20, 2.



Narbo, city in Gaul : fire at AP 9, 2.
Narbona : see Gallia Narbonensis.
Narbonensis : see Gallia Narbonensis.
Narcissus : strangled Commodus C

17, i ; S 14, i ; PN i, 5 : killed by

Severus S 14, i.
Narseus, king of Persians : Probus'

negotiations with P 17, 5-6.
Nasica : see Cornelius Scipio.
Naso : see Ovidius.



Neapolis (Naples) : office of demar-
chus at held by Hadrian H 19, i.

Neapolis, city in Palestine : punished
by Severus for support of Niger

9,5,

Neho, grammarian : teacher of Sev-
erus Alexander SA 3, 3.

Nemausus, town in Gaul : basilica
in honour of Plotina built by
Hadrian H 12, 2 : ancestral home
of Antoninus Pius AP i, i.

Nemesianus : see Aurelius : Aurelius
Olympius.

Nemesis : appeased by sacrifice of
citizens M-B 8, 6.

Nepos : see Herennius : Platorius.

Neptuni, Basilica, at Rome : restored
by Hadrian H 19, 10.

Neratius Priscus, L : considered as
successor by Trajan H 4, 8 : in
Hadrian's consilium H 18, i.

NERO : Colossus of moved by
Hadrian and re-dedicated H 19,
12-13 : M. Aurelius feared that
Commodus would resemble MA
28, 10 : Lucius Verus born on
birthday of V i, 8 : Verus imitated
vices of V 4, 6 : Verus' resemblance
to him V 8, 8 : deserved to die
according to M. Aurelius AC 8, 4 :
Colossus of altered by Commodus
C 17, 9-10 : Commodus more evil
than C 19, 2 : had the republic
endured Rome would not have
come under the power of CA 13, 5
senate's power over CA 13, 8 : ex-
ample of evil ruler E i, i ; A 42, 6
T 6, 4 : luxury of E 31, 5 : vices o
practised by Elagabalus E 33, i
removed by tyrranicide E 34, i
Elagabalus worse than SA 9, 4
pomerium extended by A 21, n
provinces acquired under A 21, II
another feared by all Ca i, 3
Rome suffered much from house of
Ca 3, 2.

Neronianae, Thermae, in Rome :
baths built near by Severus Alex-
ander SA 25, 3.

NERVA: adopted Trajan H 2, 5 ;
Ae 2, 2 ; A 14, 6 : death of H 2, 6 :
gave ring to Trajan H 3, 7 : pitied
by Arrius Antoninus AP i, 4 :
equalled in dignity by Victorinus
TT 6, 6 : example of good ruler

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INDEX OF NAMES



Nerva continued.
A 42, 4 ; T 6, 9 : Rome happy
under Ca 3, 3.

Nicer, river of Germany : Germans
driven beyond by Probus P 13, 7.

Nicomachus : cited A 27, 6.

Nicomachus : see Maecius Faltonius.

Nicomedes : tutor of L. Verus V 2, 8.

Nicomedia, city in Bithynia : Elaga-
balus at E 5, i : plundered by
Scythians (Goths) Ga 4, 8.

Nicopolis, city in Bulgaria : Goths
attempted to take Cl 12, 4 : Aure-
lian ordered to A n, 2.

Niger : prefect of the guard under
Commodus C 6, 6.

Niger : see Pescennius.

Nigrinus, see Avidius.

Nile : Antinous drowned in H 14, 5 :
soldiers ordered by Niger to drink
PN 7, 7 : boatmen on increased A
47, 3 : works of Probus on P 9, 3.

Nilus : poem of Cicero, imitated by
Gordian I. Go 3, 2.

Nisibis, city in Mesopotamia : re-
captured from Persians by Gordian
III. Go 26, 6 ; 27, 6 : captured by
Odaenathus Ga 10, 3 ; 12, i ; TT

15, 3-
Nonia Celsa : wife of Macrinus D 7,

5 : amours OM 14, 2.
Nonius Gracchus : killed by Severus

S 13, 3-

Nonius Murcus : spoke ill ot Com-
modus to soldiers CA 2, 3.

Norbana : killed by Commodus C 4, 4.

Norbanus : killed by Commodus C

4i.4-
Noricum : cleared ot enemies by

Pertinax HP 2, 6.
Notus : name given by Aelius Verus

to messenger Ae 5, 10.
Novius Rufus, L. : killed by Severus

S 13 7-

Numa Pompilius : Antoninus Pius
compared with AP 2, 2 ; 13, 4 :
family of M. Aurelius traced
descent from MA i, 6 : left no sons
S 21, i: strengthened Rome by
religion Ca 2, 3.

NUMERIAN : made Caesar Ca 7,
i ; 10 : excellent and accomplished
Ca 7, i; ii : not old enough to
rule Gaul Ca 7, a : with Carus in
war against Persians Ca 12, I :

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Numerian continued.
killed by Aper Ca 12, i-2; 18, i:
avenged by Diocletian Ca 13, 1-3.

Numidia : marble from Go 32, 2 ; T
10, 4.

Nummius Albinus : brother of Didius
Julianus DJ I, 2.

Nummius Tuscus, M. : consulship
of TT 9, i : with Valerian at By-
zantium A 13, i.



Oceanus : wall in Britain built as
far as S 18, 2 : Maximinus planned
to extend Empire to M 13, 3:
morning-star rising from M 27, 4 :
Roman emperor destined to rule
lands surrounded by T 15, 2.

Oceanus : name given to bath by
Severus Alexander SA 25, 4.

Octavianus : see Augustus.

ODAENATHUS: prince of Palmyra
TT 15, i : defeated Persians Va 4,
2-4; TT 15, i : ruled in the East
Ga i, i; 3, 3; 10, i; TT 14, i:
campaign against Quietus Ga 3,
1-2 ; TT 14, i ; 15, 4 ; 18, i : sub-
ordinate of Gallienus Ga 3, 5 ; 10,
4 : threatened war on Rome Ga 5,
6 : king of Palmyrenes Ga 10, i ;
TT 15,2: war against Persians Ga
10 ii, i ; 12, i. 6; TT 15, 2-4. 8;
30, 6 : received imperial power
and title of Augustus Ga 12, i ;
TT 15, 5 : murder of Ga 13, i. 4 ;
TT 15, 5 : Gallienus made peace
with Ga 21, 5 : great qualities of
TT 15, 6-8: attempted to crush
Macrianus TT 15, 4 : indulgence
toward Herodes TT 16, 2 : not
trusted by Ballista TT 18, i : Bal-
lista killed to please TT 18, 12:
chariot of in Aurelian's triumph
A 33, 2 : adherents of in Egypt
defeated by Probus P 9, 5.

Odomasies: persuaded by Cyriades
to make war on Romans TT 2, 2.

Olbiopolitae, in S.W. Russia: aided
against Tauroscythae by Anto-
ninus Pius AP 9, 9.

Olympias : nurse of Severus Alex-
ander SA 13, 3.

Olympius : see Aurelius.

Onesicrates : teacher of Commodus
Ci,6.



INDEX OF NAMES



Onesimus : cited F 13, I ; 14, 4 ; Ca
4.2; 7,3; 16, i; 17. 6.

Onus : name given by Commodus to
favourite C 10, 9.

Opellius Macrinus, M. : see Macrinus.

Optatianus : see Suetonius.

Orci, Aedes, at Rome: temple of
Elagabalus built on site of E i, 6.

Oresta, city in Thrace: founded by
Orestes, renamed by Hadrian E 7,
7-8.

Orestes : established cults of Diana
E 7, 6 : founded Oresta E 7, 7.

Orestilla : see Fabia.

Orfitus: prefect of the city under
Antoninus Pius AP 8, 6.

OrStus : reputed lover of Faustina,
promoted by M. Aurelius MA 29, i.

Orfitus : see Calpurnius Scipio : Cor-
nelius Scipio : Virius.

Orpheus : statue of in private chapel
of Severus Alexander SA 29, 2.

Osi : warred against Rome MA 22, i.

Osrhoeni, tribe of N.W. Meso-
potamia : in army of Severus
Alexander S~A 61, 8; M n, 7:
deserted Maximinus M u, i.

Osrhoes, King of Parthians : Hadrian's
negotiations with H 13, 8.

Ostia, town in Italy : bath at repaired
by Antoninus Pius AP 8, 3 : melons
from CA n, 3 : forum built at by
Aurelian A 45, 2 ; columns pre-
sented by Tacitus to people of T
10, 5.

OTHO : had no desire to be emperor,
according to M. Aurelius AC 8, 4 :
banquets of imitated by Elagabalus
Ei8, 4.

Ovidius Naso, P. : works read by
Aelius Verus Ae 5, 9.

Ovinius Camillus : tried to rebel
against Severus Alexander, pun-
ished SA 48, 1-6.



Pax, Temple of, at Rome : critics in

TT 31, 10.

Paetus : see Articuleius.
Pacorus : appointed king of the Lazi

AP 9, 6.
Pactumeius Magnus, T. : killed by

Commodus C 7, 6.
Paenularius : name proposed for

Diadumenianus D 2, 8.



Paenulius : name proposed for Dia-
dumanianus D 2, 8.

Palatinus, Mons : temple of Elaga-
balus on E 3, 4.

Palatium, in Rome : Apollonius
would not come to AP 10, 4 : low
resorts in palace of C 2, 7 : Sao-
terus taken from C 4, 5 : revels of
Commodus in C 5, 4 : Commodus
established in palace of C 12, 7:
Commodus moved from C 16, 3 :
Pertinax moved to HP 5, 7: Las-
civius fled to HP 6, 5 : concubines
brought to by Commodus HP 7,
8 : pretender claimed palace of HP
10, 2 : murderers of Pertinax in
HP ii, 4. 6: chamberlains of fled
HP ii, 12: Pertinax refused to
have children reared in HP 13, 4 :
body of Pertinax found in HP 14,
9: Didius Julianus moved to DJ
3, 5 : Julianus held audience in
DJ 4, i : Julianus left alone in DJ
8, 6: Julianus killed in DJ 8, 8 :
Severus proceeded to 87, I :
soldiers quartered in palace of S
7, 2 : Severus wished to make en-
trance in palace of S 24, 4 : Geta
killed in Cc 2, 4 : Caracalla pro-
ceeded to Cc 3, 2 : Papinian haled
to Cc 8, 8 : posts in sold by Elaga-
balus E 6, 2 : Elagabalus moved
from E 13, 5 : attacked by soldiers
E 14, 2. 3 : banquets for attendants
in E 20, 6 : porphyry pavements
in E 24, 6; SA 25, 7: retinue in
reduced by Severus Alexander SA
15, 2 : men of rank in consulted by
Alexander SA 19, 3 : eunuchs re-
moved from by Alexander SA 23,
5 : apartments for Mamaea in SA
26, 9 : Alexander kept birds in SA
41, 6: Alexander in bathing-
costume in SA 42, i : physician
attached to SA 42, 3 : Alexander
summoned Camillus to SA 48, 1-2 :
sentiment inscribed in by Alex-
ander SA 51,8: Alexander paraded
to SA 57, 4 : audiences of Alexan-
der in SA 67, 2 : Maximus and
Balbinus proceeded to M 24, 8;
26, 7 ; M-B 8, 3 : gold-embroidered
toga from Go 4, 4 : Maximus and
Balbinus killed in M-B 14, 2. 3. 5 :
Valerian to be censor of Va 6, 6:

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INDEX OF NAMES



Palatium continued.

staff of followed Gallienus to gar-
dens Ga 17, 8 : difficulty of finding
anything in palace of Ga 20, 3 :
ride of Vopiscus from A i, 2 : spoils
placed in by Aurelian A 10, 2:
staff of in audience of Valerian A
13, i : Aurelian returned to from
triumph A 34, 5 : Aurelian disliked
to reside in A 49, i : Probus pro-
ceeded to P 10, 5 : filled with evil
people by Carinus Ca 16, 7 : spec-
tacle of Carus pictured in Ca 19, i.

Palestine : revolt in H 5, 2 : Neapolis
town in punished S 9, 5 : penalty
remitted to S 14, 6 : rights granted
to by Severus S 17, i : people of
rebuked by Niger PN 7, 9 : beasts
from in Aurelian's triumph A 33,
4 : Saturninus made emperor in
F 9. 2-5.

Palfuerius: captured and killed by
Probus P 16, 4.

Palfurius Sura: cited Ga 18, 6.

Palladium : plan to remove to temple
of Elagabalus E 3, 4 : supposed
one removed E 6, 9.

Palma : see Cornelius.

Palmatus : see lunius.

Palmyra : Odaenathus a native of
Va 4, 2 : Aurelian's march to A 26,
i : siege of A 28, i : temple of Sun
at restored by Aurelian A 31, 7-9-

Palmyrenes : Odaenathus prince and
king of Ga 10, i ; TT 15, 1-2: de-
feated Heraclianus Ga 13, 5 : ruled
by Zenobia Ga 13, 5 : Claudius be-
sought to save from Cl 4, 4 : at-
tempt to conquer Egypt Cl n, 1-2 :
Aurelian's wars against A 22, i ;
25, 2 28, 2 : revolt and punish-
ment of A 31 , 1-6 : treasure of used
in restoration of temple of Sun A
31, 8-9 : foremost of led as captives
in Aurelian's triumph A 33, 5 : de-
feated in Egypt by Probus P 9, 5.

Pamphylia : L. Verus in V 6, 9 :
subdued by Probus P 17, i.

Pannonia : Turbo in command of H
6, 7 : Aelius Verus in command of
H 23, 13 ; Ae 3, 2 : Hadrian's visitor
from H 25, 4 : freed from invaders
by M. Aurelius MA 17, 3 ; V 9,
10 : order re-established C 13, 5 :
Severus governor of S 4, a: pro-

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Pannonia continued.
phecy of augurs from S 10, 7:
augurs from surpassed by Severus
Alexander SA 27, 6 : Ingenuus
governor of and supported by
people of TT 9, i : troops in under
command of Claudius Cl 15, 2:
Aurelian a native of A 24, 3:
Probus a native of P 3, i : Cams'
parents not from Ca 4, 3 : saved
from Sarmatians by Cams Ca 9, 4.

Pantheum, at Rome: restored by
Hadrian H 19, 10.

Papinianus : see Aemilius,

Papinius Statius, P., poet: Achilleis
of imitated by Gprdian I. Go 3, 3.

Papirius : see Cassius.

Papius Faustus : killed by Severus
S 13, 2.

Papus : see Cervonius : Sosius.

Paralius : killed by Commodus C

4, 4-

Parilia : worship of deified emperors
on T 9, 5.

Paris: nime given by L. Verus to
actor Maximinus V 8, 7.

Paris : story of acted by Elagabalus
ES, 4-

Parthamasiris (Parthamaspates) :
made king by Hadrian H 5, 4.

Parthenianus : see Aemilius.

Parthians : campaign of Trajan
against H 4, i : war with avoided



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