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by Hadrian H 12, 8 : Hadrian's
negotiations with king of H 13, 8:
Hadrian's friendly relations with
H 21, 10 : policy of Antoninus
Pius toward AP 9, 6-7: defeated
governor of Syria MA 8, 6 : war
against, conducted by L. Verus
MA 8, 9-14; 20, 2; 22, i ; V 5, 8;
6, 7 7, 10; 8, 6. n : pestilence
among V 8, 2 : Quadratus historian
of war with V 8, 4 : Pertinax in
war against HP 2, i : defeated by
Severus S 9, 9-11 : Severus' war
against S 14, 4. n; 15, 1-3; 16,
1-6 ; Ge 5, 3 : Rome's attempt to
conquer during the Republic CA
13, 6 : Caracalla's war against Cc
6, 1-6 : hope that Severus Alex-
ander might conquer SA 7, 5 : de-
feated by Severus Alexander SA
59, 3 : in army of Alexander SA
61,8; Mil, 7: Maximus planntd



INDEX OF NAMES



Parthians continued.
campaign against M-B 13, 5 : kings
of valued concubines more than
treasure Va 4, 3: attacked by
Odaenathus G.i 10, 6 : shoes from
Cl 17, 6 : Roman emperor destined
to rule T 15, 2 : defeated by Probus
P 12, 4 : sent envoys to Probus P

J 7' 4- , , ,,

Parthicus : cognomen assumed oy M.
Aurelius and L. Verus MA 9, 2;
V 7, 2 : conferred on Severus but
refused S 9, 10-11 : borne by
Severus S 16, 2. 6 : by Caracalla
Cc 6, 5 ; 10, 6 ; Ge 6, 6 : by Severus
Alexander SA 56, 9: by Aurelian
A 30, 5 : conferred on Probus P
11,9.

Passienus : see Vibius.

Paternus : see Tarrutenius.

Patruinus : see Valerius.

Paulina : see Domitia.

Paulinus : see Fabius.

Paulus : see lulius.

Pedanius Fuscus: compelled by
Hadrian to commit suicide H
23, 3.

Peloponnesus : people of under com-
mand of Claudius Cl 16, i.

Pelusium, city in Egypt : tomb of
Pompey at rebuilt by Hadrian H
14, 4: denied cult of Serapis MA
23,8.

Perennis : see Tigidius.

Perennitas: vows to made by
Aurelian A 47, 3.

Perinthus, city in Thrace : troops at
attacked by Niger S 8, 13 : Gothic
noblewomen settled at F 15, 6.

Persia : perfumes from Ae 5, 7 : jewels
from E 23, 3 : victories of Severus
Alexander in SA 50, 5 : Gordian III.
killed and buried in Go 34, 1-2:
Valerian a captive in Ga i, i :
message of Valerian sent from TT
12, 15 : Odaenathus in TT 15, 5 :
golden chain borne by man from
TT 30, 26.

Persians : sent envoys to M. Aurelius
MA 26, i : king (incorrect) of con-
quered by Severus S 18, i : luxury
of king of E 31, 5 : king of wor-
shipped SA 18, 3; TT 30, 13:
hope and prophecy that Severus



Persians continued.
Alexander would conquer SA 7, 5 ;
13, 7: defeated by Alexander SA
50, 5 ; 54,7; 55, 157, i .eunuchs
wished emperors to live like kings
of SA 66, 3 ; war of Gordian III.
against Go 23, 5 ; 26, 3-6 ; 27 ; 34,
3 : feared in Italy Go 27, 3 : triumph
of Gordian III. over Go 27, 9; 33,
2 : inscription in language of Go
34, 2 : Valerian's war against TT

I, i; 2, 3; 12, 16; 33, 2: held
Valerian captive Va 4, 2 ; 8, 3 ;
TT 12, i ; P 6, 2 : defeated by
Odaenathus Va 4, 2-4: in pro-
cession at Rome Ga 8, 7 ; 9, 5 : war
of Odaenathus against Ga 10, i

II, i; 12, 1.6; TT 15, 2-4, 8:^30,
6 : campaign of Heraclianus against
Ga 13, 4-5 : Cyriades fled to TT 2,
I : invasions of worse than Germans'
TT 5, 7: luxury of imitated by
Herodes TT 16, i : by Zenobia
TT 30, 13: Zenobia drank with
TT 30, 18 : Censorinus envoy to
TT 33, i : Aurelian envoy to king
of A 5, 5 : Aurelian's wars against
A 7, 2; 35, 4; 4i,9.; T 13, 3: sent
aid to Zenobia, intercepted by
Aurelian A 27, 4 ; 28, 2. 4 : Zenobia
tried to flee to A 28, 3 : flags and
head-dresses of captured A 28, 5 :
purple presented to A Telian by
king of A 29, 2 : chariot presented
to Aurelian by king of A 33, 2 :
marched in Aurelian's triumph A
33, 4 : refrained from attack after
Aurelian's death T 3, 5 : Roman
emperor destined to rule T 15, 2 :
company of delivered over to
Romans P 4, i : defeated by
Probus P 12, 4 : Probus' negotia-
tions with P 17, 4 18, i : Probus
planned war against P 20, i ; Ca

7, i : Cams' war against Ca 7, i ;

8, i ; 12, i : Galerius' war against
Ca 9, 3. See also Paithians.

Persicus : cognomen bestowed on
Severus Alexander SA 56, 9 : won
by Carus Ca 8, i.

Persius Flaccus, A., poet: cited SA

44, 9-

PKRTINAX : father HP i, i : birth
and omens HP i, 2-3: education
HP i, 4: early career HP

507



INDEX OF NAMES



Pertinax continued.

i, 5_ 4) 3 : suspected of complicity
in murder of Commodus HP 4, 4 :
accession to principate C 18-19;
HP 4, 55, 7 ; S 23, 4 : unpopular
with the soldiers HP 5, 7 6, 3 :
attempt at conspiracy against HP

6, 4-5 : buried body of Commodus
C 17, 4 ; 20, i : largesses to soldiers
and people HP 6, 6; 7, 5. n; 15,
7 : deference to senate HP 6, 2. 7;
9, 9 ; 13, 2 : recalled exiles HP 6,
8 : refused titles for wife and son
HP 6, 9 ; administrative measures
HP 6, 107, 4 : financial policy
HP 7, 6 9, 3 : accused of greed
HP 3, i ; 9, 4-8 ; 13, 4-6 : affability
HP 9, 9 : saved those condemned
on false testimony HP 9, 10 : con-
spiracy of Falco apainst HP 10,
1-7 : conspiracy of Laetus and
soldiers against HP 10, 8-10; DJ
4, 8; PN 2, 3: murdered HP II ;
Cl 12, 5 : appearance HP 12, I :
simplicity of habits HP 12, 2-7:
retained Commodus' officials HP
12, 8 : unwilling to rule HP 13,
1-3 ; 15, 8 : wife and family HP 13,
7 : amours HP 13, 8 : repressed
palace-servants HP 13, 9 : omens of
death HP 14, 1-5 ; DJ 2, 3 : treat-
ment of body HP 14, 6-7 : burial
HP 14, 7-9; DJ 3, 10 : deification
and honours HP 14, 10 15, 5 ; S

7, 8 : name taken by Severus HP
15, 2 : S 7, 9 ; 14, 13 ; 17, 6 : desired
by Macrinus OM n, 2: length of
life and of rule HP 15, 6 : expected
to remedy evils of Commodus'
rule DJ 3, 7; 4, 8: murder of at-
tributed to Didius Julianus DJ 3,
7 : Julianus influenced by Albinus
to kill CAi, i; 14, 2. 6 : Severus
regarded as avenger of S 5, 4 :
affection of populace for PN 3, i :
advised to talce Albinus as associate
in power CA 14, 2 : hatred for
Albinus CA 14, 2 : assumed name
Antoninus (incorrect) OM 3, 6; D
6, 3 : equalled in severity by
Victorinus TT 6, 6.

Pescennia Marcellina : paid costs of
Maximus' praetorship M-B 5, 7.

Pescenniana, Domus, in Rome: home
of Pescennius Niger PN 13, 4.

508



Pescennius Albinus : killed by Seve-
rus S 13, 6.

Pescennius Aurelianus: killed by
Severus S 13, 6.

Pescennius Festus : killed by Severus
S 13, 6.

Pescennius lulianus: killed by
Severus S 13, 6.

Pescennius Materianus : killed by
Severus S 13, 6.

PESCENNIUS NIGER: ancestry
PN 1,3: character PN I, 4 ; 6, 10 :
early career PN i, 5; 4, 6: ac-
claimed emperor by troops in
Syria DJ 5, i ; S 5, 8; 6, 7 ; PN
2, i ; CA i, i ; SA i, 7 : demanded
by populace in Rome DJ 4, 7 ; PN

2, 2-3 ; 3, i : attempt of Didius
Julianus to kill DJ 5, i ; S 5, 8;
PN 2, 4 : communications of to
senate and people seized by
Severus S 6, 8 : relations with
Severus PN 3, 3-5; 4, 6-8; 5, i :
severity in military discipline PN

3, 6-8; 7, 7-9; 10, i n, 2: letters
of Severus, Marcus Aurelius, and
Commodus concerning PN 3, 9 4,
4 : revolt of suppressed by Severus
S6, 10; 8, 69, i; 15,4; PN 4, 51
5, 2-8 ; CA 7, 2. 4 ; 12, 13 : death
89, i; PN 5, 8; 6, i; CA 12,7:
treatment of family and partisans
of S 8, LI; 9) 2 .8; 10, i; 14, 6;
PN 6, 1-2; Cc i, 7: appearance
and habits PN 6, 5-8 : influenced
by Aurelianus PN 7, i : care for
provinces PN 7, 2-6 : oracles con.
cerning PN 8, 1-3; CA i, 4:
likened to Clodius Albinus PN 9,
3-4 : opinions concerning former
generals and emperors PN n, 3
12, 2 : hope of reforms by PN 12,
3: house and statue PN 12, 4:
epigram and Severus' remark con-
cerning PN 12, 5-8 : ill-treatment
of certain cities CA n, i: dislike
of panegyrics imitated by Severus
Alexander SA 35, i : life of written
by Marius Maximus F i, i.

Pescennius Princus : son of Clodius
Albinus CA 7, 5.

Pescennius Veratianus : killed by
Severus S 13, 6.

Petronius Antoninus, nephew of Com-
modus : killed by Commodus C 7, 5.



INDEX OF NAMES



Petronius Didius Severus : father of

Didius Julianus DT 1,2.
Petronius Junior : killed by Severus

S 13, 6.
Petronius Sura Mamertinus, M. :

killed by Commodus C 7, 5.
Petronius Sura Septimianus, M. :

killed by Commodus C 7, 5.
Petronius Taurus Volusianus, T. :

consulship of Ga i, 2.
Peucini : warred against Romans

MA 22, i : invasion of under

Claudius Cl 6, 2.
Phalaris: Maximinus likened to M

8, 5-

Pharasmanes, King of the Hiberi :
refused Hadrian's invitation to
conference H 13, 9 : 8 ifts to
Hadrian H 17, 12: deference to
Antoninus Pius AP 9, 6.

Pharus : repaired by Antoninus Pius

AP8 >3 .

Philemon, grammarian: teacher ot
Maximinus the younger M 27, 5.

PHILIP : enactment against vice E
32,6; SA24, 4: Domus Pompeiana
taken by imperial treasury under
Go 3, 6 : plotted against Timesi-
theus Go 28, i. 5-6 ; made prefect
of guard Go 29, i : arrogance Go
29, i ; 30, i : plotted against
Gordian III. Go 29, 1-4: made co-
ruler with Gordian Go 29, 5-6
killed Gordian Go 30, 8-9; 34,4
declared emperor Go 31, 2-3
honoured Gordian after death Go
31, 7 : held Ludi Saeculares Go 33,
1-2 : consulship Go 33, 2 : murdered
Go 33, 5 : Licinius claimed descent
from Go 34, 5 : example of evil
ruler A 42, 6.

Philip, King of Macedonia : initia-
tion into Eleusinian Mysteries
imitated by Hadrian H 13, I :
opinion concerning his son Alex-
ander MA 27, 11.
Philippeus: name of coin Cl 13, 3;

A 9, 7; 12, i; P4, 5; F 15,8-
Philippi, city in Macedonia : Gordian

III. defeated at Go 34, 4.
Philippics of Cicero . cited A 39, 4.
Philippus : foster-father of Severus

Alexander SA 13, 4.
Philippus: see Aurelius : Valerius.



Phlegon : freedman of Hadrian S to,
i : autobiography of Hadrian
attributed to H 16, I : letter of
Hadrian taken from F 7> 6.

Phoenice : Hadrian's plan to separate
from Syria H 14, i : people ot
gave name Elagabalus to Sol OM
9,2.

Pia : see Fulvia.

Picenum, district of Italy : origin ot
Hadrian's family H i, i : spectacles
given by Gordian I. in Go 4, 6 :
Tetricus supervisor of TT 24, 5.

Pinarius Valens : made prefect of the
guard M-B 4, 4; 5, 5 : Maximus
reared in house of M-B 5, 5.

Pinius : see Aurelius Victor.

Pipara : beloved by Gallienus Ga

21, 3-

Pisitheus : physician of Faustina AC
10, 8.

PISO : sent by Macrianus to kill
Valens, withdrew to Thessaly,
assumed cognomen Thessalicus,
declared emperor, slain Ga 2, 2-4 ;
TT 19. 2; 21, 1-3 : good qualities
of TT 21, 1-2 : descendant of Pisos
TT 21, 2 : honours for TT 21 3-6.

Piso: see C Ipurnius.

Pisonianus : trained by Probus P

22, 3.

Pisos: Piso a descendant of TT, ai,
i : Caesonini a branch of TT 32, 5-
Pius (as imperial name) : reasons for
bestowal on Antoninus Pius H 24,
3-5 ; Ae 6, 9 ; AP 2, 3-8 ; 5, 2 : be-
stowed on Commodus C 8 i :
offered to but refused by Macrinus
OM 7, 2; ii, 2-4; 14, 2: given by
some to Severus Alexander SA 4, 5.
Pius : name given to month C, 12, 9.
Pius : see Fulvius.

Placentia, city in Italy : Aurelian de-
feated at A 21, i.
Placidus : see Furius.
Plato: Hadrian's knowledge of H
16, 6 : M. Aurelius compared with
MA 19, 12: quoted by Marcus
Aurelius MA 27, 7- Republic of
read by Severus Alexander SA 30,
i : Vergil likened to by Severus,
Alexander SA 30, 4 : works ot :
studied by Gordian I. Go 7, i
famed for philosophy A 3, 4.

509



INDEX OF NAMES



Platorius Nepos, A: friendship for

Hadrian H 4, 2 : hated by Hadrian

Hi5, 2; 23,4-
Plautianus : see Fulvius.
Plautillus: father-in-law of Albinus

CA ip, 6.
Plautini, Lavacrum, at Rome :

opened to the people by Elaga-

balus E 8, 6.
Plautius Quintillus, M. : opposed

sending priests to appease Severus

DJ 6, 6.

Plautus : see Maccius.
Plotina : see Pompeia.
Plutarch, biographer: grandfather of

Sextus, teacher of M. Aurelius MA

3) 2.

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

Poena urbs : used by oracle to de-
signate Leptis PN 8, 3.

Poeni : in verse from Aeneid inter-
preted as allusion to Severus CA 5,
4-5 : Cams' parents said to have
been Ca 4, 3.

Polaenus : compelled by Hadrian to
commit suicide H 15, 4.

Pollio, grammarian : teacher of M.
Aurelius MA 2, 3.

Pollio : see Fufidius : Pomponius :
Trebellius.

Pompeia Plotina, wife of Trajan :
urged marriage of Sabina to
Hadrian H 2, 10 : favoured
Hadrian H 4, i. 4. 10 : escorted
ashes of Trajan H 5, 9 : basilica in
honour of built at Nemausus by
Hadrian H 12, 2.

Pompeiana, Domus, at Rome : pro-
perty of Gordian I. Go 2, 3 ; 3, 6 ;
6, 5; 17, 2.

Pompeianus : consulship of Go 23,

Pompeianus : see Claudius.

Pompeius Magnus, Cn. : tomb at
Pelusium rebuilt by Hadrian H
14, 4 : called Magnus after many
triumphs SA u, 4: died violent
death SA 62, 3 : house of at Rome
belonged to Gordian I. Go 3, 6 : re-
semblance of Gordian II. to Go 21,
5 : gave citizenship to Theophanes
M-B 7, 3 : written of by Livy and
Cicero P 3, 3 : purple cloak used
by F 6, 4.

510



Pompeius Trogus : inaccuracy of A
2, 2 : Vopiscus will not imitate P

2, 7-

Pompiliana, Curia, at Rome: meet-
ing of senate in A 41, 3 ; T 3, 2.

Pompilius : see Numa.

Pomponianus : see Fabius.

Pomporius Proculus Vitrasius Pollio,
T. : consulship of C 2, 4 ; 12, 5.

Pons Sublicius, at Rome : repaired
by Antoninus Pius AP 8, 2.

Pontus : Balbinus governor of M-B
7, 2 : Mithradates king of Va 1,5:
tribes of Va 2, 3 : desired rescue of
Valerian Va 3, 2 ; seized by pre-
tender TT 29, i : wars against had
no such hero as Probus P i , 4 :
victory of Probus in P 12, 4.

Pontus (Black Sea) : troops sent there
to aid Olbiopolitae AP 9, 9 : By-
zantium key of Ga 6, 8 : battle
against Goths on shore of Ga 13, 6.

Pontus Polemoniacus : added to Em-
pire uneler Nero A 21, n.

Porcius Cato, M. : opinion concern-
ing Macedonia H 5, 3 : preferred
to Cicero by Hadrian H 16, 6 :
cited as example by Avidius
Cassius AC 14, 4 : Fabius Sabinus
likened to SA 68, i : Gordian I.
likened to Go 5, 5 : contrasted
with Caesar by Sallust M-B 7, 7 :
cited Pi, i.

Porphyretica, Porticus, in Rome:
registers kept in P 2, i.

Porphyrius : name given to Clodius
Albinus CA 5, 9.

Posidippus, physician : said to have
caused death of L. Verus MA 15, 6.

Postumianus : see Ceionius.

Postumii, family of : Clodius Albinus
descended from CA 4, i : prowess
of during the Republic CA 13,5.

Posrumius Severus : killed by Severus
S 13, 2.

POSTUMUS: in Gaul TT 3, i. 9:
made emperor and supported by
Gauls Ga 4, 3-4 ; 7, i ; TT 3, 3-4.
6; 5, 5; 6, 6; Cl 7, 4: reigned
seven years Ga 4, 5 ; TT 3, 4 ;

5, 4 : protected Gaul against
barbarians Ga 4, 5 ; TT 3, 4. 6 :
campaigns of Gallienus against
Ga 4, 4-6; 7, i; 21, 5; TT 3, 5;

6, i ; ii, 3 : supported at Rome



INDEX OF NAMES



Postumus continued.

Ga g, i : Gallienus entrusted
Saloninus to (incorrect) TT 3, i :
Valerian entrusted Gallienus to
(incorrect) A 8, 2 : killed Saloninus
TT 3, 2: killed TT 3, 7; 5, i;
8, i; 31, 2; P 13, 5: Lollianus
made emperor in place of TT 4, i :
letter of Valerian concerning TT
3, 8-n : built camps in Germany
TT 5, 4 : Germans invaded after
death of TT 5, 4 : life of little
known TT 5, 8 : called Victorinus
to share in power TT 6, i : pro-
moted by Valerian TT 10, 14.

POSTUMUS the younger: son ot
Postumus TT 3, n : made tribune
of Vocontii TT 3, n : named
Caesar and Augustus TT 4, i :
killed with father TT 4, i : de-
clamations of TT 4, 2.

Postumus : see Ceionius.

Praeneste, town in Italy : death of
Verus, son of M. Aurelius, at MA
21, 3 : oracle in temple at SA 4, 6.

Praenestina, Via : villa of Gordians
on Go 32, 2.

Praesens : see Bruttius.

Praetextatus : see Asinius Lepidus.

Priam : Gordian II. likened to Go

19, 4-
Priapus : Gordian II. likened to Go

19, 4.
Prima : mother of Emperor Maximus

M-B 5, 2.

Princus : see Pescennius.
Priscianus : conspired against

Antoninus Pius AP 7, 4.
Priscus : see Neratius : Statius.
Probatus : leader of Egyptians

against Palmyrenes, killed Cl

11,2.

Probiana, purpura : name for pur-
pura Alexandriana SA 40, 6.

PROBUS: Vopiscus will write life
of T 16, 6; 17, 5; P i, 5: life of
written by Onesimus F 14. 4; Ca
4, 2 : desired as emperor by all
T 14, 3 : better than all Roman
emperors T 16, 6 ; P 22, 1-2 : dear
to all F 10, 3 : promised by
Sibylline Books T 16, 6 ; brought
whole world to safety T 16, 6;
P i, 3: ruled in accord with wish
of senate and people Ca i, 2 : fame



Probus co ntinued.
and conquests of T 16, 6 ; P 3, i ;
12, 1-6; 22 : pun on name of T 16,
6 ; P 4, 4 ; 10, 4 : birthplace and
family of P 3, 1-4; 21, i : career
under Valerian and Gallienus P 3,
5 6, 4 : under Claudius, Aurelian
and Tacitus P 6, 5 7, 4 : omen of
rule P 7, 5 : beloved by soldiers
P 8 : kept Aurelian from cruelty
P 8, i : campaign of in Africa
P 9, 1-2 : public works of in Egypt
P 9 3-4 : defended Egypt against
Palmyrenes P 9, 5 : made emperor
T 14, 2 ; 16, 6 ; P 10-12 ; Ca 15, 2 :
younger than Tacitus P n, 7:
powers conferred on P 13, i :
punished murderers of Aurelian
and Tacitus P 13, 2-3 : spared
associates of Florian, acknowledged
by his troops P 13, 3-4 : campaigns
or in Gaul and Germany P 13,
5 15, 7 : victories of in Raetia
and Illyricum P 16, 1-2 : subdued
Getae P 16, 3 : campaign of in
Isauria and Pamphylia P 16,
4 17, i : campaign of against
Blemmyae P 17, 2-3. 6 : negotia-
tions of with Persians P 17, 4-6;
18, i : settled barbarians on Roman
soil P 18, 1-3 : revolts of pretenders
against P 18, 2. 4-7; F 7 15:
encouraged viticulture P 18, 8 :
spectacles, largess and triumph of
Pig: planned war against Persians
P 20, i ; Ca 7, i : death of P 20,
1-2; 21, 1-3; Ca i, i ; 3, 7; 5, 4;
6, i : buried by sister P 3, 4 :
death avenged by Carus Ca 6, i :
said there would be no need of
soldiers P 20, 3-6; 22, 4; 23:
length of reign of P 21, 3; 22, 2:
tomb of P 21, 4: descendants of
P 24, 1-2 : statue of P 24, 2 :
mourned by senate and people
P 24, 3 : letter of P 10, 6-7 :
messages of to senate P n, 2-4;
15 ; Ca 6, 2-3 : Carus inferior to
P 24, 4.: unwilling to have
Saturninus killed F n, 1-3 : feared
by people of Lugdunum F 13, i:
made Carus prefect of guard Ca
5, 4 : opinion of concerning Carus
Ca 6, 2-3 : forces of used by Carus
Ca 8, i : invasion of Sarmatians

511



INDEX OF NAMES



Probus continued.
after death of Ca 9, 4 : tried to
match purple garment of Aurelian
A 29, 3.

Probus : son-in-law of Severus,
enriched and made consul S 8, 1-2.

Probus : name of four soldiers in
Probus' army P 8, 5-7.

Probus : see Aurelius : Faltonius.

Procilla : see Boionia.

PROCULUS: Vopiscus will write
life of P 18, 6; 24, 7; F i, 4:
birthplace and family of F 12, 1-4 :
character of F 12, 5-8: made
emperor P 18, 4-5-7; F I3 1-2:
victories of F 13, 3 : defeated and
killed by Probus F 13, 4 ; descend-
ants of F 13, 5.

Proculus, grammarian : cited TT
22, 14.

Proculus: see Didius : Eutychius :
lulius.

Professus : see Lollius.

Protogenes : charioteer, favourite of
Elagabalus E 6. 3.

Protrepticus : imitated by Cicero Ga

20, I.

Prytaneum : place in Hadrian's

villa near Tibur H 26, 5.
Pseudo Antoninus : name given by

Elagabalus to Diadumenianus

E8.4-
Ptolemaeus Euergetes, King of

Egypt : cruelty of imitated by

Caracalla Cc 6, 3.
Ptolemais, city in Egypt : recovered

from Blemmyae by Probus P 17,

2.6.
Ptolemies : splendour of imitated by

Maximinus the younger M 29, 8 :

Zenobia claimed descent from TT

30, 2.
Publicius Marcellus, C. : ordered by

Hadrian to commit suicide H 15, 4.
Publilius Celsus, L. : enemy of

Hadrian H 4, 3 : fell from favour

of Trajan H 4, 3 : conspiracy of

against Hadrian and death H

7, i-a.

Pudens : see Servilius.
Pulcher : see Clodius.
Punic Wars : slaves enrolled as

soldiers in MA 21, 6 : had no such

hero as Probus P i, 4: Rome

brought low by Ca 2, 6.

512



Punica fides : shown by Africans Go

14, i; 15, i ; 16, 3.
Punicae : term applied to works of

Apuleius CA 12, 12.
Punicus, Sulla : Severus called a PN

6, 4.

Puppienus : see Maximus.
Puteoli, town in Italy : Hadrian

buried in Cicero's villa at H 25, 7 :

temple for Hadrian at consecrated

by Antoninus H 27, 3 : senator's

retirement to T 19, 5.
Pyramids : visited by Severus S

*7> 4-
Pyrrhus : fear inspired by Ca 2, 6.

Quadi : revolt of MA 22, i : defeat
and submission of MA 14, 3 ; i7> 3 :
plan of M. Aurelius to make a
province of MA 27, 10 : Valerius
Flaccinus rescued from P 5, 2.

Quadratus : see Asinius : lulius :
Ummidius.

Ouartus : see Marcius.

QUIETUS: made tribune by
Valerian TT 12, 10 : son of
Macrianus, made emperor, de-
feated and killed Ga 3, i 4, 6 ;
TT 12, 12; 14, i; 15, 4; 18, i:
good qualities of TT 14, 2 :
Aureolus sent soldiers to seize TT

i?, 3-

Quietus : see Lusius.

Quinctius Cincinnatus, L. : admired
by Niger PN 12, i.

Quintilianus : see Fabius.

Quintilii : family exterminated by
Commodus C 4, 9.

Quintiliorum, Domus, at Rome :
statue of Tacitus in T 16, 2.

Quintilius Condianus, Sex. : escaped
from Commodus C 4, 9.

Quintilius Marcellus : counsellor of
Severus Alexander SA 6S, i.

Quintilius Maximus : consulship of
C ii, 14-

QUINTILLUS: brother of Claudius
Cl 10, 6; 12, 3; 13, 2; A 37, 4:
Claudius wished to make associate
in power Cl 10, 6 : oracle given to
Cl 10, 6: character of Cl 12, 3:
made emperor Cl 12, 3; A 37, 5:
invasion of Goths during rule of
Cl 12, 4 : length of rule of Cl 12,
5; A 37, 6. death of Cl 12, 5-6;



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Quintillus continued.
A 16, i ; 37, 6 : left two children Cl
13, 9 : served with Aurelian A 17,
3 : in command of garrison in
Italy A 37, 5.

uintillus : see Plautius.
uirinalis, Collis, at Rome:
senaculum established on E 4. 3.
Quirites : soldiers addressed as SA
52, 3; 53i 10 ; 54, 3: citizens
addressed as SA 57, I ; T 7, 3 ;
F 5, 4- 6.

Raetia: invaded by Chatti MA 8,
7-8 : cleared of enemies by Pertinax
HP 2, 6: tribes in defeated by
Caracalla Cc 5, 4: Fulvius Boius
commander of frontier of A 13, i :
peace established in by Probus P
16, i : Bonosus commander of
frontier of F 14, 2.

Ragonius Clarus : letter of Valerian
to TT 18, 5-n.

Ragonius Celsus: letter of Severus
to PN 3, 9-12.

Ravenna, city in Italy : Maximus at
in war against Maximinus M 24, 5 ;
25> 2; 33, 3; M-B ii, 1-2; 12, i.

5 I 16, 7-
Ravennas, Classis : seized by Severus

DJ 6, 3.

REGALIANUS : supported at Rome
Ga 9, 5 : general in command of
Illyricum TT 10, i. 9 : made
emperor by troops in Moesia TT
10, i. 7 ; Cl 7, 4 : warred against
Sarmatians TT 10, 2: killed TT
10, 2 : rule of due to a jest TT 10,
3-7 : suspected by Gallienus TT
10, 8 : a Dacian, kinsman of Dece-
balus TT 10, 8 : opinion of Claudius
concerning TT 10, 9-13 : promoted
by Valerian TT 10, 14.

Regillus : prefect of the guard, killed
by Commodus C 7, 4.

Remus : Severus' dream of S i , 8.

Repentinus : see Cornelius : Fabius
Cornelius.

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

Rhine : campaign of Maximus on
M-B 5, 9 : Germans driven back
from by Probus P 12, 3 : galleys
burned by Germans F 15, i.

Rhodes : earthquake at AP 9, I.



Rhodope, in > Thrace : Aurelian re-

turned to the East from A 31, 3.
Rhoemetalces : restored to kingdom

by Antoninus Pius AP 9, 8.
Rhone: Albinus' body cast into S

_n, 9.

Ripensis : see Dacia.
Romanus : name given to month C

12, 8._
Romulei : Romans addressed as F

5,4-

Romuleus, Mons, at Rome : statue of
Saloninus near Ga 19, 4.

Romulus : vanished from the earth
C 2, 2 : Severus' dream of S i, 8 :
left no sons S 21, i : killed by
senators M 18, 2 : interregnum
after death of T 1,1-3: founder of
the commonwealth Ca 2, 2.

Rostra, in Rome: Antoninus Pius
eulogised on MA 7, 1 1 : people on
reviled Didius Julianus DJ 4, 2:
people summoned to M-B 3, 3 :
statue of Claudius on Cl 3, 5.

Roxolani : revolt and subsequent
peace H 6, 6. 8 : war against Rome
MA 22, i : instrumental in killing
Regalianus TT 10, 2 : led as cap-
tives in Aurelian's triumph A 33, 4.

Rufinus : see Apuleius : Clodius :
Memmius.

Rufius Celsus : conversation with F
2, i.

Rufus : see Claudius : lulius : Novius :
Rutilius : Velius.

Rupilia Faustina : grandmother of M
Aurelius MA i, 4.

Rupilius Bonus : great-grandfather
of M. Aurelius MA i , 4.

Rusticus : see lunius.

Rutilius Rufus, P. : Gordian L
likened to Go 5, 5.



Saba : see Zabdas.

Sabina : wife of Hadrian H i, a ;
2, 10 : treated with undue famili-
arity by Septicius Clarus and
Suetonius H 11, 3 : Hadrian's plan
to divorce her abandoned H n, 3 :
death H 23, 9.

Sabinianus : led revolt against
Gordian III. Go 23, 4.

Sabinus : Elagabalus attempted to
kill E 16, 2-3.

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Sabinus : father of Fabius Sabinus,



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