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counsellor of Severus Alexander
SA 68, i.

Sabinus : prefect ot the city, killed
by opponents of Maximinus M 15,
I ; Go 13, 9 : absent from meeting
at which Gordians were acclaimed
emperors Go n, 3 : letter of Maxi-
minus to Go 13, 2 : addressed
populace and soldiers Go 13, 5.

Sabinus : consulship of Go 23, 4._

Sabinus : see Aelius : Fabius :
Fulvius : Vettius.

Sacra Via: statue of Saloninus on
Ga 19, 4.

Saeculares, Ludi : held by Philip
Go 33, 1-2.

Saepta, at Rome: see Agrippiana,
baepta.

Salambo : rites of performed by
Elagabalus E 7, 3.

Salii : M. Aurelius enrolled among
MA 4, 2-4 : hymn of to include
name of Verus, son of M. Aurelius
MA 21, 5 : decreed for Caracalla
Cc ii, 6.

Sallentini, people in S. Italy : Malem-
nius early king of MA i, 6.

Sallustii, Horti : Aurelian lived in
and built portico in A 49, 1-2.

Sallustius Crispus, C. : Caelius Anti-
pater preferred to him by Hadrian
H 16, 6: left no sons S 21, 2.
speech of Micipsa by S 21, 10:
contrasted Caesar and Cato M-B

7, 7 : inaccuracy of A 2, 2 : cited
P i, i : Vopiscus will not imitate
P 2, 7 : did not record trifles F

6,3-
Salonae, city in Dalmatia : Saloninus

born at Ga 19, 3.
Salonina : see Cornelia.
Saloninianus : name of coin Cl 17, 7.
SALONINUS: son of Gallienus Va

8, 5 : Ga 19, i : names of Va 8, 5 ;
Ga 19, 2-4 ; 20, 3; 21, 3: born at
Salonae Ga 19, 3 : entrusted to
Postumus TT 3, i : statue of Ga
19, 4 : trick of Ga 20, 2-4 : son of
Salonina Ga 21, 3 : death of (in-
correct), TT 3, 2-3 : approval of
honours for Piso TT 21, 4.

Salvidienus, M. : cited F 10, 4.
Salvius lulianus : in Hadrian's con-
silium H 18, i : twice consul and

514



Salvius lulianus continued.
prefect of the city DJ I, I : great-
grandfather of Didius Julianus DJ
i, i : Severus tried to set aside
decisions of S 17, 5.

Salvius lulianus, P : in command of
armies of Commodus C 3, 2:
plotted against by Commodus C

3, 2 : conspiracy against Com-
modus C 4, 8; DJ 2, i: killed C

4, 8 : consulship of C 12, 1-3 : uncle
of Didius lulianus DJ I, 2: son
debauched by Commodus C 3, i :
son betrothed to daughter of
Paternus C 4, 8.

Salvius Valens : jurist consulted by
Antoninus Pius AP 12, i.

Samaritans : plan to amalgamate re-
ligion of with cult of Elagabalus
1,5: bad character of in Egypt
F 7, 5 ; 8, 2.

Sammonicus : see Serenus.

Samnium, district of Italy : under
administration of Tetricus TT 24,
5 : pots from HP 8, 5.

Samso : name given to Vituriga wife
of Proculus F 12, 3.

Sanctus : see Ateius.

Sandario : killed by Palmyrenes A

3i, 2.

Saoterus, favourite of Commodus :
with Commodus in triumph C 3, 6 :
killed by prefects of the guard C

4,5;

Sapilianus : see Claudius.

Sapor I., King of the Persians : de-
feated by Gordian III. Go 26, 6 :
letters to and from Va i 4, i : de-
feated by Odaenathus Va 4, 4 ;
TT 15, 4; 30, 6: persuaded by
Cyriades to make war on Romans
TT 2 , 2.

Sarabda, city in Phoenicia : hand-
kerchiefs from Cl 17, 7.

Saraceni : soldiers defeated by re-
buked by Niger PN 7, 8 : subject
to Zenobia TT 30, 7 : served under
Aurelian A n, 3 : sent aid to
Zenobia, intercepted by Aurelian
A 27, 4 ; 28, 2. 4 : inarched in
Aurelian's triumph A 33, 4 : re-
vered Aurelian A 41, 10 : served
under Probus P 4, i : Firmus' re-
lations with F 3, 3.



INDEX OF NAMES



Sardinia : Severus quaestor of S 2,
4-5 : horse from F 6, 4.

Sarmatae : revolt of quelled by
Hadrian H 3, 9 : revolt of H 5, 2;
6, 6 : invasion of repelled by M.
Aurelius MA 17, 3 : war against
Rome MA 22, i ; 27, 10 : plan of
M. Aurelius to make a province of
MA 24, 5 ; 27, ip : war against
left by M. Aurelius to proceed
against Avidius Cassius MA 25, i :
slaughtered on Danube AC 4, 6 :
successes against under Commo-
dus C 6, i : company of under
command of Niger PN 4, 2 : sol-
diers' anger directed toward SA
53, 10 : Maximinus planned war
against M 13, 3 : defeated in
Illyricum by Maximus M-B 5, 9
Gordian III. victor over Go 34, 3
in procession at Rome Ga 8, 7
invasion by TT 9, i : war of Re-
galianus against TT 10, 2 : bows
from TT 10, 12 : Censorinus envoy
to TT 33, i : Aurelian's victories
over A 6, 3-4 ; 7, 2 ; 18, 2 : led as
captives in Aurelian's triumph A
33, 4 : Roman emperor destined
to rule T 15, 2: Probus in war
against P 5, i-2; 12, 4; 16, 2 : led
as captives in Probus' triumph P
19, 8 : defeated by Carus Ca 8, i ;
9, 4 : invaded Roman provinces
after Probus' death Ca 9, 4.

Sarmatia : maidens from taken by
Proculus F 12, 7.

Sarmaticus : cognomen borne by
Caracalla Ge 6, 6; by Aurelian
A 30, 5 ; conferred on Probus P
11,9.

Sarmaticus, Ludus : given by Carus
Ca 19, 3.

Saturnalia : gifts given and received
at by Hadrian H 17, 3 : slaves
admitted at by L. Verus V 7, 5 :
banquets of Severus Alexander at
SA 37, 6.

Saturni, Aerarium, at Rome : registry
of free-born infants at MA 9, 7.

SATURNINUS: best of Gallienus'
generals, appointed by Valerian,
declared emperor, killed TT 23,
1-4 : supported at Rome Ga 9, I :
different from Saturni nus, rebel
under Probus F n, i.



SATURNINUS: Vopiscus will
write life of P 18, 6 ; 24, 7 ; F I, 4 ;

6, 5 : native of Gaul F 7, i : made
commander of eastern frontier by
Aurelian, forbidden to visit Egypt
F 7, 2 ; 9, i : revolted against
Probus in Egypt P 18, 4.5.7; F 6,
5 ; 9, 1-2 : made emperor in Pales-
tine, F 9, 2-3 : victories of F 9, 5 :
speeches of F 9, 5 ; 10, 1-3 : studies
of F 10, 4 : different from Satur-
ninus, rebel under Gallienus F n,
i : killed contrary to wish of Pro-
bus F ii, 1-3.

Saturninus : consulship of Ga 10, i.

Saturninus : see Antomus : Avulnius.

Savus, river in Pannonia : canal into
dug by Probus P 21, 2.

Saxa Rubra, place in Italy : mutiny
of troops at S 8, p.

Scaevola : see Cervidius : Mucius.

Scantilla : see Manlia.

Scaurinus : see Terentius.

Scaurus : sea Terentius.

Scipio : see Calpurnius : Cornelius.

Scipios : period of H i, i : Niger's
opinion of PN 12, 2: mentioned
in speech by Gordian I. Go 5, 7 :
Gordian I. claimed descent from
Go 9, 4 : example of followed by
Gordian I. Go 9, 6 : Africanus
bestowed on Gordian I. as cog-
nomen of Go 17, i : Claudius
resembled Cl i, 3 : Aurelian com-
parable to A 9, 4 : praised 1 >y
historians P 2, 4.

Sciron : Maximinus likened to M

8,5-

Scorpianus : see Aelius.

Scupi, town in Jugoslavia : battle
of Regalianus at TT 10, 11.

Scythia : winters of H 16, 3 : Ana-
charsis a native of A 3, 5 ; Avulnius
Saturninus commander of frontier
of A 13, i.

Scythians ( = Goths) : king of attacked
neighbours Go 31, i : war of Max-
imus and Balbinus against M-B
16, 3 : invaded Bithynia Ga 4, 7 ;
u, i : invaded Asia Ga 6, 2. 5 ;

7, 3: invaded Cappadocia Ga u,
i : attacked Heraclea and defeated
in naval battle Ga 12, 6: landed
at mouth of Danube Ga 13, 6:
retreated over Mt. Gessaces Ga

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INDEX OF NAMES



Scythians continued.

I 3i 9 : general rebellion among
Ga 13, 10 : invasion of under
Claudius Cl 6, 2 : became farmers
in Roman territory Cl 9, 4 :
attempted to plunder Crete and
Cyprus Cl 12, i.

Secundinus : see Mummius.

Secundus : see Vitruvius.

Seius Fuscianus : fellow-student of
M. Aurelius MA 3, 8 : second con-
sulship of C 12, 9 : succeeded as
prefect of city by Pertinax HP 4, 3.

Seleucia, city in Babylonia : stormed
by Avidius Cassius V 8, 3-4.

Seleucia : birthplace of Firmus F

3, I-

Semiramis : cited as precedent by
Zenpbia TT 27, I.

Septicius Clarus, C. : appointed
prefect of the guard H 9, 5 : de-
posed H n, 3 : regarded as enemy
by Hadrian H 15, 2.

Septimius, biographer of Severus
Alexander : cited SA 17, 2 ; 48, 7.

Septimius Afer : cousin of Caracalla,
killed by him Cc 3, 6-7.

Septimius Aper, P. : great-uncle of
Severus S i, 2.

Septimius Arabianus : dishonest
senator, reproved by Severus
Alexander SA 17, 3-4.

Septimius Bassianus : see Caracalla.

Septimius Geta, P. : father of Sev-
erus S i , 2 : Severus named son
after Ge 2, i.

Septimius Geta, P. : brother of Sev-
erus, ordered to govern province
88, 10 : hopes of principate ended
S 10, 3 : promoted by Severus S
14, ii : Severus named son after
Ge 2, i.

SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS, L. : autc-
biography S 3, 2 ; 18, 6 ; PN 4, 7 ;
CA 7, i : ancestry and birth S i,
1-3: education S i, 4-5; Cc 8, 3 :
omens of rule S i, 6-10; 3, 4-5:
early career S 2, i -4, 7; Cc 8, 3 ;
Ge 2, 3-4 ; 3, i : married Julia
Domna S 3, 9 ; Ge 3, i ; SA 5, 4 :
skilled in astrology S 3, 9; PN 9,
6 ; Ge 2, 6 : made emperor by
army DJ 5, 1-2; S 5, I ; CA I, I ;
SA i, 7: march on Rome DJ 6,
3-4; S 5, 3-4: declared public

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Septimius Severus, L. continued.
enemy by senate DJ 5, 3-4; S 5,
5; PN 2, 2: measures taken by
Julianus against DJ 5, 6 6, 9;
7, 4-8, 3; S 5, 6-8; PN 2, 5-7;
3, 2 : general submission to DJ 8,
4-8; 85, 9 6, ii : relations with
Niger and Albinus S 6, 9; PN 3,
3-5; 4,6-8; CAi.a; 3, 3-6; 6,8;
7, 2-6 ; 8, 1-3 : measures taken
against Niger and Albinus S 6,
7-10; PN 5, 2: entry into Rome
S 7, 1-3; 17, 7-8: appearance
before senate S 7, 4-5 : donatives
to soldiers S 5, 2; 7, 6-7: 12, 2;
16, 5. 9 : honours for Pertinax HP
15, 1-5 ; 87, 9 ; 17, 5 ' assumed
but discontinued name Pertinax
HP 15, 2; S 7, 9; 14, 13; 17, 6:
assumed (incorrect) name Anton-
inus OM 3, 6; D 6, 3 : riches and
honours for relatives and friends
87, 9; 8, 1-2; 14, 4- ii ; 15, 7:
killed friends of Julianus S 8, 3 :
care for provinces and grain-supply
88,4-5; 23, 2; PN 7, 4; CA 12,
7 ; E 27, 7 ; revolt of Niger S 8, 6
9, I ; PN 4, 5 ; 5, 26, i ; CA
12, 7. 13: F i, i : treatment of
Niger's family and supporters S
9,2-8; 10, i; 14, 6; 15, 4; PN 6,
1-2; Cci,7: conquests in Orient
S 9, 9-1 1 ; 18, i : cognomina S 9,
10-11; 16, 2. 6 ; 18, 2: revolt of
Albinus S 10, i n, 9; CA 8, 4
9, 7; 12, 13; F i, i : prophecies
S 10, 7; PN 8; 9, 5-6; CA i, 4;
5> 4-5; 9, 2: gave title of Caesar
to Caracalla S 10, 3 ; 14, 3 ; 16, 3 :
gave name Antoninus to Caracalla
S 10, 3-6; PN 8, 5; Cc i, i; Ge
i, 4 ; D 6, 8 : to Geta S 10, 5 ; 19,
2; Ge i, 5-7; 2, 2-5; D 6, 9:
honours for Commodus C 17, n.
12; S ii, 3-4; 12, 8; 19, 3: pun-
ished partisans of Albinus S 12, i.
5. 7; CA 9, 5 ; 12, 2-4: wealth
and establishment of res privatae
S 12, 3-4. : murdered senators and
others S 12, 9 14, i; 14, 12-13;
15,5-6; 17,7-8; PN6, 3-4; Ge4,
2-3 : relations with Plautianus S
14, 5. 7-9 : made sons consuls S 14,
10; 16, 8; spectacles and gifts to
people S 14, ii : wars against



INDEX OF NAMES



Septimius Severus, L.- -continued.
Parthians S 14, 4. n ; 15, 1-3; 16,
1-5 ; Ge 5, 3 : made Caracalla
colleague in imperial power S 16,
3 ; Ge 5, 3 : granted triumph to
Caracalla S 16, 6-7: in Syria,
Palestine and Egypt S 16, 817,
4 : tried to annul decisions of
Salvius Julianus S 17, 5 : built
wall in Britain S 18, 2 : care for
Tripolis S 18, 3: care for oil-
supply S 18, 3 ; 23, 2 ; CA 12, 7 ;
SA 22, 2 : maintenance of order
and justice S 18, 4-5 : interested in
philosophy S 18, 5 ; Ge 2, 2 : judge-
ments concerning S 18, 7; 19, 6.
10 : patience toward wife S 18, 8 :
suppressed attempt to make Cara-
calla emperor S 18, 9-11; Cc n,
3-4 : estimate of own career S 18,
ii : death S 19, i ; 23, 3-4 : funeral
and burial S 19, 3-4 ; 24, 1-2 :
deified S 19, 4 : length of life and
rule S 22, i ; PN 5, i ; 8, 6 : public
works S 19, 5 ; 23, i ; 24, 3-4 =
plans for succession S 20, 1-3 ; 23,
3-6; CA 3, 5; 7, ?; Cc 2, 7; Ge
i 3-7; 6, i: habits and appear-
ance S 19, 7-9 : SA 33, 4 : omens
of death S 22 : deemed happy had
he not had son like Caracalla S 21,
6 : noble in comparison with Cara-
calla 821, q: letter and opinions
concerning Niger PN 3, 9-12 ; 5, i ;
12, 8 : spoke ill of Commodus CA 2,
3 : opinions and letter concerning
Albinus CA 10, i ; 11,5; 12,5-12
Called M. Aurelius brother Ge 2, 2
banished Macrinus OM 4, 3
statues in honour of OM 6, 8
praised by Macrinus OM 12, 2
omen at farm of SA 13, 6: admit-
ted Maximinus to military service
Mi, 4; 2, 3-6; 4, 6; 5, 4: games
for soldiers M 2, 4 : equalled in
sternness by Victorinus TT 6, 6 :
example of good ruler A 42, 4 :
saying of quoted T 5, 2 : Rome
under diligent care of Ca 3, 4.

Septimius Severus : great-uncle of
Severus 81,2: aided nephew in
career 81,5.

Septizonium : built by Severus S 19,
5 ; 24, 3 : tomb built by Severus
resembled Ge 7, 2.



Sequani : revolt checked MA 22, 10.

Serapammon : unworthy favourite
of Gordian III. Go 25, 2.

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

Serapio, rhetorician : teacher of
Severus Alexander SA 3, 3.

Serapis : cult cared for by M. Aure-
lius MA 23, 8 : Severus interested
in cult of S 17, 4 : worshipped by
Christians in Egypt F 8, 2. 4.

Serenianus : see Aelius.

Serenus Sammonicus : killed by
Caracalla Cc 4, 4 : works addressed
to Antoninus Ge 5, 6 : works
studied by Geta Ge 5, 6 : library
of bequeathed by son to Gordian
II. Go 18, 2-3.

Serenus Sammonicus, Q., son of
foregoing, teacher and friend
Gordian II. Go 18, 2 : read
Severus Alexander SA 30, 2.

Serenus : see Lollius.

Seres : revered Aurelian A 41, 10.

Sergius Catilina, L. : Avidius Cassius
likened to AC 3, 5 : Albinus likened
to CA 13, 2 : horse of F 6, 4.

Sergius Lustralis : killed by Severus
S 13, 2.

Sertorius : Pompey in war against

, P ?' 3-

Servianus : see lulius Ursus.

Servilius Pudens, Q. ; consulship of
Cii, 13.

Servilius Silanus : killed by Com-
modus C 7, 5.

Severi, Porticus, at Rome : built by
Caracalla S 21, 12 ; Cc 9, 6.

Severianae, Thermae, in Rome : built
by Severus S 19, 5.

Severus : taken as cognomen by
Didius Julianus DJ 7, 2 : assumed
by Macrinus OM 2, i : 5, 7: n,
2 : given to Severus Alexander by
troops SA 12, 4 ; 25, 2.

SEVERUS ALEXANDER: an-
cestry, parentage and birth E 10,
i; SA i, 2; 3, i ; 5, 1-2: relation-
ship to Elagabalus E 5,1; 10, I ;
SA i, 2; 5, 4; 49, 4; 64, 4: to
Caracalla SA 5, 3 : native of Syria
SA 38, 4; 65, i; 68, 4: education
SA 3, 1-5 : received title of Caesar
OM 4, i ; E 5, i ; 10, i ; SA i, 2;
3, 4 ; 8, i ; 64, 4 : won favour of

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INDEX OF NAMES



Severus Alexander continued.
soldiers under Elagabalus 5,1;
10, i ; 13, 3 : saved from murder
E 13, 115, 3 ; SA 2, 4 ; 4, 6 : re-
conciliation with Elagabalus E 15,
5-6 : omens and prophecies of rule
SA 13, i 14, 6 : made emperor by
senate SA i, 2-4; 2, 1-4; 8, i:
refused names Antoninus and
Magnus when acclaimed by senate
SA 5, 312, 4 : character E 13, i ;
SA 4, 5-6 ; 39, 2 ; 44, 1-2 ; M 7,_ 3 :
appearance SA 4, 4 ; 14, 6 : sim-
plicity in clothing and conduct
SA 4, 1-3; 18, 1-3; 20; 33, 3-4;

37, i; 40, i; 41, i-3; 42, 1-3; 51,
1-3 : severity in military discipline
SA 12, 4-5; 25, 1-2; 50, i; 51, 5-

8; 52, i. 3; 53; 54; 59, 4-5; 64,
3 ; M 7, 6 : called Severus by
soldiers SA 12, 4; 25, 2: relations
with mother SA 14, 7; 26, 9; 57,
7 ; 60, 2 : early reforms in govern-
ment, palace and army SA 15 :
legislation and legal decisions SA
16 : severity toward the dishonest
SAi7; 18, 4-5; 23,8; 28,2-5; 35,
5 36, 3 ; 67, 2-3 : deference to
senate SA 19; 21, 3-5; 52, 2:
leniency SA 21, i : economic
measures SA 21, i-2; 24, 3; 26,
2-3; 32, 4-5; 39, 6; 41, 3-4! 64, 3 :
care of army E 29, 5 ; SA 21, 6-8 ;
45, i-3; 47; 52, 3-4: care for food-
supply of Rome SA 21, 9 22, 2;
22, 7-8 : care for administration of
justice SA 22, 3 ; 23, 1-2 : treat-
ment of slaves, freedmen and
eunuchs SA 23, 3-7; 34, 2-3; 45,
4 ; 66, 3-4 : care of provinces SA
22, 6; 24, i; 45, 6-7; 46, 5: care
for public baths SA 24, 2-6 ; 39, 4 :
treatment of priests SA 22, 5 ; 49,
2 : attitude toward foreign religions
SA22, 4; 43, 6-7; 49, 6: care for
public morals SA 24, 4; 25, 10;
34, 2-4; 39, 2 : public works S 24,
5; E 17, 9; SA 22, 4; 25, 3-8;
26, 4. 7-11; 28, 6; 44, 7: coinage
SA 25, 9; 39, 7-10; speeches to
people SA 25, n ; 57, i : largesses
to people SA26, i ; 57, i. 6 : guided
by counsellors SA 26, 5-6; 27, 2;
31, 2-3; 51, 4; 67, 2; 66; 68: re-
guladons concerning clothing SA

518



Severus Alexander continued,
37, 1-4; 40, 3- ii ; 4i, i: tastes
and amusements SA 27, 5-10 ; 29,
3; 30; 31, 4-5; 34, 7; 35, 1-4;
41, 5-7 : consulships SA 28, i ; Go
2, 4 ; 4, 2 : disliked being called
Syrian SA 28, 7; 44, 3; 64, 3:
devotion to religious duties SA 29,
* ; 43, 5 : devotion to public
business SA 29, 4-6; 31, 1-3: re-
lations with public officials SA 32,
1-4; 42,. 4; 43,. 2; 46, i. 4-5; 49,
i : administration of Rome SA 33,
1-2 ; 43, i : simplicity of banquets
SA 34, i. 5-8; 37, 2-12; 39, i:
verses SA 38, 4-6 : measures for
public welfare SA 39, 3 : generosity
SA 39, 5 ; 40, 2 ; 44, 8 ; 46, 2-3 :
spectacles SA 43, 2-4; 44, 6; 57,
i. 6 ; Go 33, i : encouragement to
men of learning SA 44, t -6 : gifts
to temples SA 44, 9; 51, i : treat-
ment of Ovinius Camillus SA 48 :
treatment of Macrinus SA 49, 3-4 :
beloved by soldiers SA 48, 5 ; 50,
3; M n, i: campaigns against
Persians (Parthians) SA 50 ; 54, 7 ;
55 ; 57 : speech and acclamations
in senate SA 56 : triumph and
games SA 57, 4-6 : victories in
Mauretania, lllyricum, Armenia
and Isauria SA 58 : war against
Germans SA 59, 1-4; 61, 8; 63, 5 ;
M 7, 5 ; n, 7-9: unpopular with
troops SA 59, 5 ; 63, 5 : death SA
59, 6-8; 61, i-7; 63, 5 ; M 7, 4-6;
10, 3 ; n, i : length of life and rule
E 35, 2; SA 60, i : omens of death
SA 60, 3-8 : contempt for death
SA 62 : mourning and honours for
SA 63: criticisms of SA 64, 3;
Elagabalus vilified to gain favour
of E 30, 8 : vilified to gain favour
of Maximinus SA 63, 6 : military
career of Maximinus under M i,
4: 5, 36, 7; 7, i-3: treatment
of servants and friends of by Max-
iminus M 9, 7-8 : hated by Herod-
ian M 13, 4: Gordian I. made
proconsul of Africa by M 14, 2;
Go 5, 1-3 : letter concerning Max-
iminus the younger M 29, 1-5 :
gave omen to Maximinus the
of Gordian II. Go 18, 5-6 : example
younger M 30, 5 : furthered career



INDEX OF NAMES



Severus Alexander continued.
of good emperor A 42, 4: Probus
to be preferred to T 16, 6 : under
Probus no longer desired P 12, 2 :
Rome happy under Ca 3, 4.

Severus Clarissimus : accused Didius
Julianus of conspiracy DJ 2, i.

Severus : see Annius : Archontius :
Atilius : Avidius : Catilius : Cin-
cius : Claudius : lunius : Petronius
Didius : Postumius : Septimius.

Sextius Lateranus, T. : consulship of

V3, 3-
Sexlus of Chaeronea, philosopher :

teacher of M. Aurelius MA 3, 2 :

of L. Verus V 2, 5.
Sibylline Books : consulted for

remedy for earthquake Go 26, 2;

Ga 5, 5 : consulted by order of

Aurelian A 18, 5 20, 8 : Probus

promised by T 16, 6.
Sibyllini Versus : prophesied rule

of Hadrian H 2, 8.
Sicca, town in Africa : home of

Eutychius Proculus, teacher of M.

Aurelius MA 2, 3 : people of,

faithful to Gallienus, maltreated

Celsus' body TT 29, 4.
Sicilia, place in Germany : Severus

Alexander killed in SA 59, 6.
Sicilia, place in Palatium at Rome :

conspirators against Pertinax in

HP ii, 6.
Sicily : Hadrian in H 13, 3 : Severus

proconsul of S 4, 2-3 : horses from

given away by Gordian I. Go 4, 5 :

plundered by brigands Ga 4,9:

Aurelianus lived in A 42, 2.
Sidon, city in Phoenicia : purple

garments from Ca 20, 5.
Sigillaria : gifts given and received

at by Hadrian H 17, 3 : by Cara-

calla Cc I, 8.
Silanus : see Dulius : lunius : Lamia :

Servilius : Ulpius.
Silvanus, Temple of: omen in T

17, i.
Silvinus, rhetorician : teacher of

Severus Alexander, killed by

Elagabalus E 16, 4.
Similis : see Sulpicius.
Sinon : known to later generations

A i, 5-
Sirmium, town in Jugoslavia : Maxi-

minus at M 13, 3 : Aurelian born



Sirmium continued.
at A 3, i : Probus born at P 3, I :
21, i . Alma Mons near planted
with vines P 18, 8 : district of
drained by Probus P 21, 2.

Sol : Colossus of Nero rededicated
to by Hadrian H 19, 13 : temple
of Faustina rededicated to him,
as Elagabalus or Jupiter Syrius,
by Elagabalus MA 26, 9; Cc n,
7 : called Elagabalus by the
Phoenicians OM 9, 3 : Elagabalus
priest of E i, 5 : temple of at Rome
built by Elagabalus E i, 6; 3, 4 ;
17, 8 : statue of Gallienus attired
as Ga 1 8, 2 : temple of in Aurelian's
native town A 4, 2. 5 ; 5, 5 : temple
of at Palmyra restored by Aurelian

A 31, 7-9-

Sol, Temple of, at Rome : built by
Aurelian A i, 3 ; 25, 5 ; 35, 3 ; 39,
2 : Aurelian and Ulpius Crinitus
pictured in A 10, 2 : spoils dis-
played in A 28, 5 : Aurelian estab-
lished priests for A 35, 3 : riches
of A 39, 6 : wine stored in porticos
of A 48, 4 : statue of Aurelian in
T 9, 2 : statue of Jupiter to be
placed in F 3, 4.

Sosius Falco, Q. : inveighed against
Pertinax in senate HP 5, 2-3 :
accused of conspiracy against Per-
tinax but pardoned HP 10, 1-7:
consulship of HP 15, 6.

Sosius Papus : friendship of for
Hadrian H 4, 2.

Sossianus : see Fabius.

Soteridas : physician of Marcus
Aurelius AC 10, 8.

Spain : home of Hadrian's family H
i, i : Hadrian in H 12, 3-5 : home
of family of M. Aurelius MA i, 4 :
relieved from conscription MA 11,
7: invaded by Mauri MA 21, i:
revolt in checked MA 22, 11 : Sev-
erus in S 3, 4-5 : leading men of
killed by Severus S 12, i : gold in
seized by Severus S 12, 3 : origin-
ally conquered by the senate CA
13, 6 : augurs from surpassed by
Severus Alexander SA 27, 6 : de-
sired rescue of Valerian Va 3, 2 :
people of fond of hunting TT 30,
18 : held by Tetricus as pretender
Cl 7i 5 ' wars against had no such

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Spain continued.

hero as Probus P i, 4 : seized by
Proculus and Bonosus P i8,_ 5 :
people of allowed to plant vines
P 18, 8 : peace restored in by
Saturninus F 9, 5; Bonosus born
in F 14, i : under rule of Carinus
Ca 16, 2. See also Hispania
Baetica.

Spartacus : Maximinus likened to
Mg, 6.

Spei Veteris Horti, at Rome : Elaga-
balus retired to E 13, 5.

Speratus : demand for death of C
18, 10.

Stagira, town in Macedonia : Aris-
totle born in A 3, 5.

Statianus : see Manlius.

Statilius Corfulenus : proposed hon-
ours for Albinus and brother CA

12, II.

Statius Caecilius, writer of comedies :
sayings taken from works of Ca

13,5.

Statius : see Papmius.
Statius Priscus Licinius Italicus, M. :

victorious in Armenia MA 9, I :

in war against Parthians V J, i.
Statius Valens, biographer of Trajan :

cited SA 48, 6.
Stilio, philosopher : teacher of Sev-

erus Alexander SA 3, 3.
Stilo : see Aelius.
Suburanus : second consulship of

Ha, 8.

Successus : see Helvius.

Succuba, town in Spain : home of
great-grandfather of M. Aurelius
MA i, 4.

Suebi : warred against Rome MA
22, i : defeated by Aurelian A 18,
2 : lad as captives in Aurelian's
triumph A 33, 4.

Suetonius Optatianus : cited T u, 7.

Suetonius Tranquillus, C. : deposed
by Hadrian from post of magister
epistularum H n, 3 : biography of
Caligula C 10, 2 . method in narra-
tion M-B 4, 5 : Vopiscus will
imitate P 2, 7 : did not write lives
of pretenders F i, 1-2.

Sulla : see Cornelius.

Sulpicianus : see Claudius : Flavius.

Sulpicius : father-in-law of Severus
Alexander SA 20, 3,

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Sulpicius, Vicus, at Rome : Thermae

Antoninianae in E 17, 8.
Sulpicius Apollinaris, C. : teacher of

Pertinax HP i, 4.
Sulpicius Canus : killed by Severus

S 13, 7-

Sulpicius Crassus : proconsul of
Asia, killed by Commodus C 7, 7.

Sulpicius Similis, C. : deposed from
prefecture of the guard H 9, 5 :
Hadrian owed his principate to
him H 9, 6.

Superbus : see Tarquinius. [ronius.

Sura : see Licinius : Palfurius : Pet-

Sybaritae, people of Italy : dish in-
vented by E 30, 6.

Symiamira : see lulia Soaemias.

Synnada, city in Asia: marble from
Go 32, 2.

Syria : Hadrian governor of H 4, 6 :
Catilius Severus governor of H 5,
10 : plan to separate from Phoenice
H 14, i : governor of routed by
Vologaeses MA 8, 6 : L. Verus in
MA 8, 12; V 4, 4-6; 7, i-io : M.
Aurelius in MA 25, n ; C 2, 3 :
actors and musicians from V 8, 7.
lo-n : Libo governor of V 9, 2 :
demoralization of legions in AC 5,
5-12 : Avidius Cassius in command
of AC 6, 1-4 : Pertinax served in
HP i, 6; a, 10 : Pertinax governor
of HP 2, ii ; 3, i : Julia Domna a
native of S 3, 9 : Niger in com-
mand of army in PN i, 5: Niger
made emperor by troops in DJ 5,
1-2; S 5, 8; 6, 7; PN 2, i : Sev-
erus in S 15, 2-3; 16, 6-8: god
Elagabalus brought to Rome from
E i, 6 : rites from E 7, 3 : priests
from foretold death of Elagabalus
E 33, 2 : Severus Alexander a
native of SA 28, 7 ; 38, 4 ; 44, 3
64, 3; 65, 1 1 68, 4: victories of
Gordian III. in Go 26, 5 : Zosimio
procurator of Cl 14, 2 : Aurelian's
army attacked by bandits of A 26,
i ; 27, 5 : Artabassis a native of
P ^ , i : leopards from in spectacle



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