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of Probus P 19, 7.

Syrians : planned revolt V 6, 9 :
ridiculed L. Verus V 7, 4. 10:
Zenobia's letter to Aurelian in
language of A 27, 6; 30, 3: faith-
lessness of A 31, i ; T 3, 5.



INDEX OF NAMES



TACITUS : princeps senatus T 4, 3 :
made emperor by senate A 41, 4.
14; T 3, i-7, a; 18-19; P 7,f.3j
Ca 15, 2 : acclaimed by people 1

7, 2-4 : acknowledged by army T

8, 3-5 : absent in Campania or
Baiae T 7, 5-7 : decree of senate
signed by T 8, i : donative pro-
mised T 9, i : speeches of A 41,
4-14; T 4, 5-8; 8, 5; 9, i : letter
of P 7, 2-5 : proposed honours for
Aurelian T o, 2. 5 : failed to obtain
consulship for his brother Florian
T 9, 6 : forbade alloying of metals
T 9, 3 : forbade slaves to testify
against masters T 9, 4 : proposed
worship of deified emperors T 9,
5 : used his private property for
public purposes T 10, 1-2. 6 :
private life and habits T 10, i ;
ii : measures for public welfare T
10, 2 : interest in historian Tacitus
T 10, 3 : sumptuary measures T
10, 4; ii, 6: manumitted slaves
T io, 7: public works T 10, 4-5 :
advised Aurelian in sumptuary
measures T ii, 6: punished
murderers of Aurelian T 13, i;
P 13, 2 : checked invasion of
Maeotidae (Goths) T 13, 2: glory
ofT 13, 4: death T 13, 5 ; P io,
i ; Ca 3, 7 : swore he would not
make sons emperors T 14, i :
length of rule T 14, 5 : like
interrex T 14, 5 : statues and
cenotaph of T 15, i; 16, 2-3;
prophecy concerning descendants
of T 15, 2-4; 16, 4: largess to
populace T 16, i : omens of rule
and death, T 17 : life of written by
Vopiscus T 16, 3 ; P i, 5 : opinion
of Probus P 7, i : Probus younger
than P ii, 7: murderers of
punished P 13, 3.

Tacitus : name given to September
T 13, 6.

Tacitus : see Cornelius.

Taprobane (Ceylon) : Roman em-
peror destined to send governor
to T 15, 2.

Tarquinius Superbus, L. : Rome
suffered from evil ways of Ca 2, 4.

Tarraco, town in Spain : Hadrian at
H 12, 3-5 : temple of Augustus at
Hi2,4; 83,4.



Tarrutenius Paternus : prefect of the
guard, in conspiracy to kill Corn-
modus C 4, i. 7 : helped to kill
Saoterus C 4, 7 : removed from
office C 4, 7 ; 14, 8 : killed C 4, 8 :
daughter betrothed to son of
Julianus C 4, 8.

Tatius Cyrillus: cited M i, 2.

Tattius Maximus, C. : prefect of
guard under Antoninus Pius AP
8,7.

Tauroscythae : defeated under An-
toninus Pius AP 9, 9 : offered aid
for rescue of Valerian Va 4, i.

Taurus, Mons : Faustina died in
foothills of MA 26, 4 : temple of
Faustina in abolished by Caracalla,
rededicated by Elagabalus to
Jupiter Syrius or Sol Cc n, 6-7.

Tausius : murdered Pertinax HP
ii, 9.

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

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

Terentianus : see Vulcatius.

Terentius Ater, P, writer of comedies :
left no sons S 21, 2.

Terentius Gentianus, D. : suspected
by Hadrian because beloved by
the senate H 23, 5.

Terentius Scaurinus : teacher of L.
Verus V 2, 5 ; SA 3, 3.

Terentius Scaurinus : teacher of
Severus Alexander SA 3, 3.

Terentius Scaurus,- Q : grammarian
of Hadrian V 2, 5.

Terentius Varro, M. : example of
learning SA 8, 5 : cited F 4, 2.

Terracina, a town in Italy : Palma
murdered at H 7, 2 : harbour re-
paired by Antoninus Pius AP 8, 3 :
Claudius Pompeianus called from
to share principate DJ 8, 3.

Tervingi : invasion of under Claudius
Cl 6, 2.

Tertullus : reputed lover of Faustina,
promoted by M. Aurelius MA
29, 1-2.

Tetrici : house of at Rome TT 25, 4 :
invited Aurelian to banquet TT

25, 4-

TETRICUS : governor of Gaul TT
24, i. 4 : made emperor in Gaul
by Victoria TT 5, 3. 5; 24, i;

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INDEX OF NAMES



Tetricus continued.

31, 2: held Gaul and Spain Cl

7. 5 J A 32, 3 : received title of
Augustus TT 24, i : good rule of
TT 24, 2 : Victoria died during
rule of TT 31, 4: surrendered to
Aurelian TT 24, 2-3 ; A 32, 3 :
led in triumph by Aurelian TT

24, 4; A 32, 4; 34, 2; 39, i:
made supervisor of Italy TT 24, 5 :
of Lucania A 39, i : honoured by
Aurelian TT 24, 5 : said to have
accomplished nothing Cl 4, 4.

TETRICUS the younger: made
Caesar by Victoria TT 24, i ;

25, i : led in triumph by Aurelian
and later honoured by him TT
25, 2-3; A 34, 2; 39, i = made
emperor by father A 34, 2.

Thebais, in Egypt : marble from
PN 12, 4; E 24, 7: king of PN
12, 4 : Niger ally of PN 12, 6 :
soldiers from punished Ga 4, a :
Aemilianus in TT 22, 6.

Theoclia : sister of Severus Alex-
ander suggested as wife for
Maximinus the younger M 29,
1-4.

Theoclius : cited A 6, 4.

Theodotus : general of Gallienus,
defeated Aemilianus, received
command of Egypt Ga 4, 2; TT
22, 8. 10; 26, 4: Camsisoleus
brother of TT 26, 4.

Theophanes : see Cornelius Balbus.

Thermopylae : Claudius ordered to
Cl 16, i.

Thersites : known to later genera-
tions A i, 5.

Thessalicus : name taken by Piso Ga
2, 4; TT2i, i.

Thessalonica : attacked by Goths Ga
5, 6; Cl 9, 8: letter of senate to
council of T 18, 6.

Thessaly : Piso killed in Ga 2, 3-4 ;
TT 21, i : invaded by Goths Cl

8, i.

Thrace : troops sent to by Severus
to hold against Niger S 8, 12 ; PN
5,6: Caracalla in Cc 5, 8 : Maxi-
minus a native of M i, 5; 2, 5;
4, 4 ; 9, 5 : h' s possessions in M
4, 4: victories ot Gordian III. in
Go 26, 4 : Balbinus governor of
M-B 7, 2: invaded by Goths Ga

522



Thrace continued.
5, 6: Macrianus defeated and
killed in TT 12, 13 : Macrianus'
valour in TT 12, 17 : rich in grain,
suited (or cavalry TT 18, 8: seized
by pretender TT 29, i : descend-
ants of Censorinus lived in TT
33, 5 : troops in under command
of Claudius Cl 15, 2 : enriched
with spoils by Aurelian A 10, 2 :
Ulpius Crinitus commander of
frontier of A 13, i : Aurelian sent
to drive Goths out of A 17, 2-3 :
Aurelian's victories in A 22, 2;
32, 2; 41, 8: Probus' victory in
P 16, 3 : barbarians settled in by
Probus P 18, i : Gallonius Avitus
legate of F 15, 5-6 : threatened by
Sarmatians after Probus' death Ca

9,4-

Thraciscus : name given to Maxi-
minus by Severus M 3, 3.

Thrasybulus : astrologer, predicted
death of Severus Alexander SA
62, 2.

Thysdrus, town in Africa : Gordians
acclaimed emperors at M 14, 3 ;
Go 7, 4; 8. 5;ii, 5.

Tiber : Tomb ot Hadrian near H 19
ii : overflow of H 21, 6; AP 9, *
MA 8, 4 : Commodus' body throwr.
into C 17, 4 : Elagabalus' body
thrown into E 17, 2-3. 6 ; 33, 7 :
banquet served to Elagabalus on
other side of E 30, 4 : banks and
bed of improved by Aurelian A

47, 3-

Tiberiana, Domus, in Rome : resi-
dence of Antoninus Pius AP 10, 4 :
residence of M. Aurelius MA 6, 3 :
of L. Verus V 2,4; 6, 4 : books in
used for Life of Probus P 2, i.

Tiberianus : see Autronius : lunius.

Tiberinus : name given to Elagabalus
E 17 s

TIBERIUS: lauded by Caracalla
Cc 2, 2 :^ vices of practised by
Elagabalus E 33, i.

Tibur, town in Italy : Hadrian's
villa near H 23, 7; 26, 5; TT 30,
27 : Zenobia lived in TT 30, 27.

Tigidius Perennis : persuaded Com-
modus to remove Paternus from
prefecture of the guard C 4, 7 :
prefect of the guard 14, 8 :



INDEX OF NAMES



Tigidius Perennis continued.
influence over Cpmmodus C 5, 1-6.
13 : claimed military achievements
for his son C 6, i : disgrace and
death C 6, 2; 14, 8 : acts rescinded
after death by Commodus C 6, 4 :
at his death name Felix given to
Commodus C 8, i : ordered Perti-
nax to leave Rome HP 3, 3 : Perti-
nax promoted after death of HP

3, 5-

Tigris : territory across relinquished
by Hadrian H 5, 3.

Timagenes : led PaJmyrenes in at-
tempt to conquer Egypt, killed
Probatus Cl n, 1-2.

Timestheus : see Furius Sabinius.

TIMOLAUS: 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 :
said to have been killed by Aurelian
TT 27, 2 : proficiency in Latin
studies TT 28.

Tinurtium, town in Gaul : Severus
defeated Albinus at S n, i.

Titiana : see Flavia.

Titianae, Thermae, at Rome : dis-
cussion concerning in senate M-B,
1,4.

Titianus : suspected of conspiracy by
Hadrian and put to death H 15, 6.

Titianus, orator : teacher of Maxi-
minus the younger M 27, 5.

Titianus : see Atilius : Julius : Lolli-
anus.

TITUS: consulship of Hi, 3:
censorship MA i, 2: admired by
Niger PN 12, i : example of good
ruler E i, 2; A 42, 4: name of
compared to name Antoninus SA
10, 2 : Gentes Flaviae formerly
house of TT 33, 6 : Cl 3, 6 : Rome
had no joy in good fortune of Ca

3, 3-
TITUS: acclaimed emperor by

soldiers against Maximinus, killed

by one of his followers M n, 2-4;

TT3i,7. 12; 32, 1-3.
Torquatus : see Lucceius.
Toxotius: married lunia Fadilla M

27,6.



Tractaticius : name given to Elaga-
balus E 17, 5.

Traiani, Basilica, in Rome : Com-
modus presided in C 2, i.

TRAJAN: guardian of Hadrian H
i, 4: favoured Hadrian H 2, 2-5.
7. 10; 3, ii : adopted by Nerva
H 2, 5 ; Ae 2, 2 A 14, 6 : reluctant
to marry Sabina to Hadrian H 2,
10 ; consulship of H 3, i : campaigns
in Dacia H 3, i. 6 : gave money to
Hadrian for praetorian games H 3,
8 : campaign against Parthians H
4, i : adoption of Hadrian H 4, 6.
10; A 14, 6: death H 4, 7; plans
for succession H 4, 8-9 : appointed
Partomasiris, king of Parthia H 5,
4 : ashes brought from Syria to
Rome H 6, 9-10: divine honours
H 6, i : posthumous triumph H 6,
3 : endowment for orphans H 7, 8 ;
HP 9, 3 : conquests abandoned by
Hadrian H 9, i : theatre destroyed
by Hadrian H 9, i : injunctions
pretended by Hadrian H 9, 2 : ex-
ample followed by Hadrian H 10,
2 : captured daughter and throne
of Osroes H 13, 8 ; AP 9, 7 ; honours
in theatre for H 19, 5 : temple at
Rome H 19, 9 : eastern policy H
21, 10-12: conscription in Spain
MA 11,7: could not be overthrown
by rebels, according to Marcus
Aurelius AC 8, 6 : erred in adop-
tion of son S 21, 3 : gave commands
only to tested officers PN 4, 3 : ad-
mired by Niger PN 12, i : senators
grateful for CA 12, 10 : trivial de-
tails concerning narrated by Cordus
OM i, 4: policy concerning re-
scripts OM 13, i : example of good
ruler E i, 2 ; A 42, 4 ; T 6, 9 : care
for grain-supply E 27, 7 : name of
compared to name Antoninus SA
10, 2 : portrait of gave omen SA
13, 2: assigned baths for different
days SA 25, 5 : bridges built by,
restored by Severus Alexander SA
26, ii : custom of in drinking SA
39, i : punishment of Ovinius
Camillus attributed to SA 48, 6 :
remark of Homullus to concerning
Domitian SA 65, 5 : Gordian I.
descended from Go 2, 2 : equalled
in courage by Victorinus TT 6, 6 ;

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INDEX OF NAMES



Trajan continued.

by Claudius Cl 2, 3: Claudius
more beloved than Cl 18, 4 : Ulpius
Crinitus of family of and like A 10,
2 : Aurelian compared to A n, 7 :
ppmerium extended by A 21, n :
Dacia made a province by A 39,
7 : old when made emperor T 5, i;
8, 5 : Probus to be preferred to T
16, 6 ; P 22, 4 : under Probus no
longer desired P 12, 2 : Rome happy
under Ca 3, 3.

Tralles, city in Asia: omen for
Antoninus Pius at AP 3, 3.

Tranquillus : see Suetonius.

Transdanuvina : see Dacia.

Transitorium, Forum : see Forum
Nervae.

Transrhenana : see Germania.

Transrhenani : defeated by Albinus
CA 6, 3 : provided with farms by
Probus P 14, i.

Transrhenanus, Limes : Postumus in
command of TT 3, 9 : Germans
broke through T 3, 4.

Transtiberina regio, in Rome :
buildings of Severus in S 19, 5 :
baths built by Aurelian in A 45, 2.

TREBELLIANUS: made emperor
in Isauria and Cilicia, defeated and
killed TT 26, 2-6.

Trebellius Pollio : wrote lives of
emperors, criticised A 2, i : wrote
lives of Thirty Pretenders F i, 3.

Treviri : Victoria's coins current
among TT 31, 3: letter of senate
to council of T 18, 5.

Tria Flumina, place in Thrace:
Orestes purified at E 7, 7.

Triarius Maternus Lascivius : soldiers
attempted to make emperor HP

6,4.

Triccianus : see Aelius Decius.
Tripolis, district of Africa : rendered

safe by Severus S 18, 3.
Tritannus : surpassed by Firmus F

4, 3-

Trogus : see Pompeius.

Trojans : Claudius said to be de-
scended from kings of Cl u, 9.

Trosius Aper : teacher of M. Aurelius
MA 2, 3.

Trypho : see lulius.

Tullius Cicero, M. : Cato preferred
to him by Hadrian H 16, 6 : villa

524-



Tullius Cicero continued,
at Puteoli H 25, 7 : happier had
he had so son S ai, 2 : example of
eloquence SA 8, 5 : works or read
by Severus Alexander SA 30, 2 :
statue of in chapel of Alexander
SA 31, 4: advice concerning
officials in provinces SA 42, 4:
died violent death SA 62, 3 :
poems of imitated by Gordian I.
Go 3, 2 : works of studied by
Gordian I. Go 7, i : Hortensius of
cited Ga 20, i : jest of TT 8, 2 :
allied himself with Pisos TT 21, I :
speech of against Gabinius cited
TT22, ii : praised Scipio Africanus
the younger Cl 2, 5 : Philippics of
cited A 39, 4 : cited T 13, 4 : wrote
of Pompey P 2, 3 : Numerian's
writings not in style of Ca 11, i.

Tullius Ciispinus: appointed pre-
fect of the guard by Didius
Julianuus DJ 3, i : tried in vain
to turn fleet against Severus DJ

6, 4 : sent as envoy to Severus DJ

7, 4 : suspected of intention to kill
Severus DJ 7, 6 : killed DT 8, i.

Tullius Menophilus : defended
Aquileia against Maximinus M 21,
6; 22, i ; M-B 12, 2.

Tullus : see Calvisius.

Tungri, tribe of Belgium: one of
murdered Pertinax HP II, 9:
Diocletian in country of Ca 14, 2.

Turbo : see Marcius.

Turdulus Gallicanus : journal of P
2,2.

Turinus : see Verconius.

Tuscus: punishment of urged by
Diadumenianus D 9, i.

Tuscus : see Nummius.

Tutilius Pontianus Gentianus, L,:
reputed lover of Faustina, pro-
moted by M. Aurelius MA 29, i.

Tyana, town in Cappadocia : cap-
tured by Aurelian A 22, 5 24, 3 ;
25, i : Apollonius a native of A

24, 3-

Tynchanius : attendant of Maxi-
minus Go 14, 7.

Typhon : Maximinus likened to M

8,5.

Tyre, city in Phoenicia: hom of
Callicrates, writer A 4, a : purple
garments from Ca 20, 5.



INDEX OF NAMES



Ulpia, Bibliotheca, at Rome : books
in used for Life of Aurelian A i,
7. 10 ; 8, i ; 24, 7 : senatus con-
sulta in T 8, 1-2: books in used
for Life of Probus P 2, i : statue
of Numerian to be placed in Ca

ii, 3-

Ulpia Gordiana : mother of Gordian
I. Go 2, 2.

Ulpianus (?): Life of Aurelian
addressed to A I, g.

Ulpianus : see Domitius.

Ulpii : Vettius Sabinus from family
of M-B 2, i.

Ulpius Crinitus : of tbe family of
Trajan, Aurelian deputy of A 10,
2-3; ii, 1-2. 7: adopted Aurelian
A 10, 3; ii, i; 12, 315, 2; 38, 2:
Valerian planned to make Caesar
A 10, 2 : commander of frontier of
Thrace and Illyricum A 13, i :
consulships of A ii, 8; 38, 2:
interview with Valerium at
Byzantium A 10, 3; 13, i 15, i:
letter of Aurelian to A 38, 3-4.

Ulpius lulianus : prefect of the guard
sent by Macrinus against revolters
and killed OM 10, 1-2.

Ulpius Marcellus : jurist consulted
by Antoninus Pius AP 12, i.

Ulpius Silanus : speech of A 19, 3-6.

Umbria, district of Italy : soldiers in
deserted to Severus DJ 8, 4 :
spectacles given by Gordian I. in
Go 4, 6 : Tetricus supervisor of
TT 24, 5.

Ummidius Quadratus : in conspiracy
to kill Commodus C 4, i : killed C

4. 4-
Ummidius Quadratus, C. : attacked

by Hadrian H 15, 7.
Ummidius Quadratus, M. : nephew

of M. Aurelius MA 7, 4.
Urbicus : see Lollius.
Urbs Roma, Temple of: Colossus

of Nero moved from site of by

Hadrian H 19, 12.
Ursinianus : trained by Probus P

22, 3.
Uxorius : poem of Cicero, imitated

by Gordian I. Go 3, 2.



Vaballathus : son of Zenobia, who
ruled in name of A 38, i.



Vada Sabatia, town in Italy : posses-
sions of Pertinax at HP 9, 4;

13, 4-

VALENS: proconsul of Achaea, de-
clared emperor, killed Ga z, 2-3;
TT 19, 1.3; 20, 2; 2i, 3: cam-
paign against Piso Ga 2, 4; TT
19, 2; 21, 1-2: character TT 19,
2 : feared by Macrianus TT 19, 2.

VALENS the elder : uncle of Valens,
seized power, killed TT 20, 2-3.

Valens : see Pinarius : Salvius :
Statius.

VALERIAN : received embassy of
Gordian I. Go 9, 7 : merits of Va
5 : made censor Va 6 : confused
with son Va 8, 3 : war against
Persians TT i, i; 2, 3 ; 12, 16 ;
33, 2 : captured by Persians Va i,
14,2; 8, 3; Gai, i; 5,6; 9, 2;

14, 10; TT 12, i. 8; 15, i ; A 6,
2; 41, 7; 42, 4; P 6, 2; Ca I, 4;
18, 3 : Odaenathus sought to rescue
Ga 10, 2. 8: killed TT 15, 6; A
41, 9 : deified Ga 10, 5 : length of
rule Ga 21, 5: speeches of Va 6,
7-9: A 13, 2-4: letters of TT 3,
8-n; 18, 5-11; Cl 14-15; A 8-9;
11-12; P 4; 5, 5-8: good generals
appointed by TT 10, 14-15 : last
good emperor TT 10, 17 : made
Ballista prefect TT 12, i : Mac-
rianus worthy to succeed TT 12,
5 : message of concerning Macri-
anus TT 12, 15-18: approved
honours for Piso TT 21, 4 : ap-
pointed Saturninus TT 23, i : ex-
haustion of state after Cl 7, 4 :
entrusted Gallienus to Postumus
(incorrect) A 8, 2 : feared Aurelian
A 8, 5 : planned to make Ulpius
Crinitus a Caesar A 10, 2 : inter-
view with Crinitus and Aurelian
A 10, 3; 13. 115, i: booty
brought to villa of A 10, 2 : Acho-
lius master of ceremonies under
A 12, 4 : ordered Crinitus to adopt
Aurelian A 15, 2: promoted and
rewarded Probus P 3, 55, 8:
pretenders under F i, 3: Rome
could not long enjoy Ca 3, 5.

VALERIAN the younger: parent-
age and character Va 8, 1-2 :
called Caesar and Augustus Va 8,
i; 14, 9: imperator Ga 14, 10:

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INDEX OF NAMES



Valerian continued.

tomb of Va 8, 3 : confused with
father Va 8, 3 : consulships of Ga
13, i ; 14, 10 ; A ii, 8 : killed near
Milan Ga 14, 9.

Valerianus : friend of Pertinax HP
12, 7.

Valerianus : name of coin Cl 17, 7.

Valerius Bassianus : killed by Corn-
modus C 7, 6.

Valerius Catullinus : appointed by
senate successor to Severus DJ 5,
7 : killed by Severus S 13, 7.

Valerius Cordus : teacher of Severus
Alexander SA 3, 2.

Valerius Flaccinus : rescued by
Probus P 5, 2.

Valerius Homullus : patience of
Antoninus Pius with AP n, 8;
MA 6, 9.

Valerius Marcellinus, historian :
method of narration M-B 4, 5.

Valerius Martialis, M. : called by
Aelius Verus his Vergil Ae 5, 9;
cited SA 38, 1-3.

Valerius Patruinus : killed by Cara-
calla Cc 4, 2.

Vandals: invasion of repelled MA
17, 3 : led as captives in Aurelian's
triumph A 33, 4 : settled in Thrace
by Probus but left lands P 18, 2.

Varia : see lulia Maesa.

Varianij Horti, at Rome : conversa-
tion held near A i, 2.

Varistae : warred against Rome MA
22, i.

Varius : father of Severus Alexander
(incorrect) SA i, 2.

Varius Avitus : see Elagabalus.

Varius Macrinus : victory of in
Illyricum SA 58, i.

Varro : see Terentius.

Vascones : surpassed in divination
by Severus Alexander SA 27, 6.

Vaticanus, Mons : race-horse of L.
Verus buried on V 6, 4 : Elaga-
balus drove chariots on E 23, i.

Vectilianae, Aedes, at Rome : Corn-
modus moved to C 16, 3 : murdered
in HP 5, 7-

Vectilianus : see Caesonius.

Vectius Aper : tribune of the guard,
urged Didius Julianus to seize
principate DJ 2, 4.

Velenus : letter of Va 2.

526



Velius Cornificius Gordianus, con-
sul : speech of T 3, 2-7.

Velius Rufus, D. : killed by Corn-
modus C 4, 10 : consulship of C
12, 6.

Venacus : see Claudius.

Venerianus : defeated Goths but
killed Ga 13, 7.

Venus : Elagabalus as E 5, 4-5 :
gift of Severus Alexander to SA
51, 3 : Saturninus made emperor
in robe of F 9, 3.

Venus, Temple of, at Rome : statue
of Calpurnia in TT 32, 5.

Venus Calva, Temple of, at Rome :
built in honour of matrons M 33, 2.

Venustus : consulship of Go 23, 4.

Venustus : letter of Gallienus to Cl

r 7-.

Veratianus : see Pescennius.

Verconius Turinus : dishonesty and
punishment of SA 35, 536, 3;
67, 2.

Verconnius Herennianus, prefect of
guard : cited A 44, 2.

Ver gilianae Sortes : prophesied rule
of Hadrian H 2, 8 : of Severus
Alexander SA 14, 5.

Vergilius Maro, P. : Ennius preferred
to him by Hadrian H 16, 6 : Mar-
tial read instead of him by Aelius
Verus Ae 5, 9 : left no sons S 21,
2 : admired by Severus Alexander
SA 31, 4: Aeiieid of imitated by
Gordian I. Go 3, 3 : works of
studied by Gordian I. Go 7, i. Set
also A entid.

Verianus : see Celer.

Verissimus : name given to M. Aure-
lius by Hadrian MA i, 10 ; 4, i :
original name of M. Aurelius D

6,5-

Verona : descendants of Probus
lived near P 24, i : statue of Pro-
bus at P 24, 2.

VERUS, L. : ancestry and parent-
age Ae 2, 9 : 5, /2 ; 7, 2 ; AP 4, 5 ;
V i, 6. 7. 9. original names MA
7, 5- 7; V i, 3; 4, 2: received
name of Antoninus (incorrect) MA
7,7; OM 3 , 4; D6.6; SA 10,5:
birth V i, 8 : character MA 16, 4;
29, 6; V i, 4-5; 2, 9-10; 10, 8;
D 7, 4 ; SA 9, i : in Hadrian's
household V 2, I : adopted by



INDEX OF NAMES



Verus, L. continued.
Antoninus Pius H 24, i ; Ae 2, 9 ;
5,12; 6,9; 7,2; AP4, 5; V 3,6;
S 20, i ; SA 10, 5 : adopted by
M. Aurelius (incorrect) Ae 5, 12 ;
MA 5, i : bethrothed to Faustina
Ae 6, 9 ; V 2, 3 : married Lucilla
MA 7, 7; 9, 4; V 2, 4; 7, 7:
education and teachers V 2, 5. 6.
8 : talents V 2, 6-8 : amusements
V2, 10; 3, 6; 4,46, 6; 8, 7-11 ;
10, 8-9 : career of office AP 6, jo ;
10, 3 ; V 3, 2-5 : relations with
Antoninus Pius V 3, 6-7: made
emperor MA 7, 5-7 ; V 3, 84, 3 :
first acts of rule MA 7, 8-n ; 8, i :
war against Parthians MA 8, 9-
14; V 4, 4. 6; 5, 8; 6, 77, 10 :
cognomina MA 9, 1-2 ; V 7, 2. 9 :
return to Rome and triumph MA
12, 7-8; V 7, 9 : brought pestilence
from Orient V 8, 1-4 : influence of
freedmen MA 15, 2; V 8, 6; 9,
3-5 ; fondness for actors and musi-
cians V 8, 7. 10. 1 1 : said to have
murdered Libo V 9, 2 : war
against Marcomanni MA 14, 1-6 ;
V 9, 7-10 : death MA 14, 7-8 ;
V 9, ii : alleged amour with
Faustina V 10, i : gossip concern-
ing death MA 15, 5-6; V 10, 2. 3;
n, 2. 3 : influence of Fabia over
V 10, 3-4: conspiracy against M.
Aurelius, frustrated by Faustina
V 10, 4-5 : honours after death
MA 15, 3-4 : burial MA 20, i ; V
n, i : length of life and of rule V
n, i : appearance V 10, 6-7 : re-
lations with M. Aurelius MA 8, 13 ;
15, 3J 16,4; V 4, ii ; 5, 6; 6, 7;

8, 9; 9, 1-2: conspiracy of Avidius
Cassius against AC i, 6; letter
concerning Cassius AC i, 6-9;

9, 7 : wrong done to by Elaga-
balus SA 7, 3 : lowered honour of
name Antoninus OM 7, 7-

Verus . see Aelius : Annius : Aurelius :
Cocceius : Martius : Vindius.

VESPASIAN : consulship of H i, 3 :
censorship MA i, 2: admired by
Niger PN 12, i : example of good
ruler E i, 2; A 42, 4: name of
compared to name Antoninus SA

10, 2 : equalled in care of treasury
by Victorinus TT 6, 6 : Gentes



Vespasian continued.
Flaviae formerly house of Cl 3,
6 : Rome reared its head under
Ca 3, 2.

Vespronius Candidus, L. : envoy
sent by senate to Severus' army
DJ 5, 6.

Vesta : plan to remove fire of to
temple of Elagabalus E 3, 4:
sanctuary of profaned by Elaga-
balus E 6, 7-9.

Vesta, Temple of, at Rome: statue
of Saloninus near Ga 19, 4.

Vestales, Virgines : went forth to
appease Severus D I 6, 5 : one of
violated by Elagabalus E 6, 5 :
exempt from power of censor Va
6,6.

Vetrasinus : patience of M. Aurelius
with MA 12, 3.

Vettius Atticus Sabinianus, C. : con-
sulship of Go 26, 3.

Vettius Sabinus : speech of in senate
M-B 2, 1-9 : made prefect of the
city M-B 4, 4.

Veturius : name given to Marius TT
8,3.

Veturius, T. : teacher of Severus
Alexander SA 3, 2.

Veturius Macrinus : appointed pre-
fect of the guard by Didius Julianas
and promised continuance in office
by Severus DJ 7, 5.

Vibius Passienus : proconsul of
Africa, made Celsus emperor TT
29, i.

Victor : see Aurelius : Vitalius.

VICTORIA (or VITRUVIA):
mother of Victorinus TT 5, 3 ; 6, 3 :
had titles of Augusta and Mater
Castrorum TT 5, 3 ; 6, 3 ; 25, i ;
31, 2 : made Marius and Tetrici
emperors TT 5, 3 ; 24, i ; 25, i;
31, 2 : gave grandson title of
Caesar TT 6, 3 : minted coins TT
31, 3 : Zenobia wished to divide
empire with TT 30, 23 : death TT
31, 4: Claudius besought to save
from Cl 4, 4.

VICTORINUS: son of Victoria TT
5 3 ; 6, 3 ; 24, i : aided Postumus
Ga 7, i ; TT 6, i : killed Lollianus
TT 5, 3 : became emperor in Gaul
TT 5, 51 6, 3- 6: killed TT 6, 3;

527



INDEX OF NAMES



Victorious continued.

7, i; 8, i; 24, i; 31, 2: character

of TT 6, 4-8 : tomb of TT 7, 2.
VICTORINUS the younger: son of

Victorious, grandson of Victoria,

received title of Caesar, killed with

father TT 6, 3 ; 7, i ; 24, i ; 31, 2 :

tomb of TT 7, 2.

Victorinus : see Aufidius : Furius.
Victuali : warred against Rome MA

14, I ; 22, I.
Viminacium, town in Moesia : title

of Caesar conferred on Caracalla at

S 10, 3.
Vindelici : delivered from invaders



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