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316; executes Antyllus, Antony's
son, 318; interviews Cleopatra,
320 f . ; orders Cleopatra buried

VOL. XI.



with Antony, 330; becomes consul

with Cicero's son as colleague,

vil. 208; has doors of Janus'

temple closed, I. 372

His Memoirs, addressed to

Agrippa and Maecenas, cited, V.

520, VI. 184, 218, VII. 214, IX. 182,

292

Sayings: VI. 256, yii. 208, IX. 318
Aulis, where Agesilaiis is hindered

in sacrifice, IV. 308, V. 14 f .
Aurelia, J., Caesar's mother, VII.

152, 462
Aurelius, C., effects reconciliation

of Pompey and Crassus, V. 170,

III. 350

Aurelius, Q., slain in Sulla's pro-
scription, IV. 428
Autocleides, his " Exegetics " cited,

III. 292

Autoleon, king of Paeonians, IX. 368
Autolycus (1), founder of Sinope.

etc., II. 542 f.
Autolycus (2), athlete, executed by

the Thirty, IV. 274
Automatia, worshipped by Timoleon,

VI. 346
Auximum, Pompey levies troops

from there, V. 128

Aventine hill, 1. 154, 164, 358, X. 230
Avillius, later name of Aollius, 1. 130
Axiochus, Aspasia'.s father, III. 68
Axius river, IX. 104
Axius, suspected father of Crassus'

son, VII. 144
'Afoves, wooden tablets on which

Solon's laws were written, I. 472



Babyca, in Plutarch's time called

Cheimarrus ; a bridge according to

Aristotle,!. 222; V. 382
Babylon, visited by Alexander, VII.

42C; vni. 84; Xi."l40
Babylonia, sea of, II. 554; has fiery

soil, in. 332 ; submits to Alexander,

Vil. 328; invaded by Demetrius,

IX. 16
" Bacchae," of Euripides, sung before

Hyrodes, III. 420
Bacchiadae, fled from Corinth to

Lacedaemon, IV. 234
Bacchides, eunuch of Mithridates,

II. 524
Bacchus, see " Dionysus."

M 345



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



"Bacchylides,"Frag. 29 (Jebb, Batch.

p. 423), I. 320
Bachelors, Thales of Miletus one,

I. 416; penalized by Lycurgus,

248; forced by Camillas to marry

widows, II. 96
Bactria,III.360, 434
Bactrian cavalry, attack Macedonians,

VII. 320
Baculus, from /SaKTrjpia, is a rod in

lictor's bundle, 1. 172
Baebius, M., consul with P. Cornelius

about 400 years after Nuna, I. 380
Baetica, named from river Baetis,

viii. 20 ; governed by Fufidius, 30
Baetis river, II. 330; empties into

Atlantic, VIII. 20; 30
Bagoas, had house at Susa, VII. 342
Bagoas, favourite of Alexander, VII.

412

Baiae, had warm baths, IX. 554
Balbus, sent by Sulla, attacks

Telesinus, IV. 418
Balbus, Cornelius, flatterer of Caesar,

VII. 582
Balbus, Postumius, son-in-law of

Pablicola, I. 560
Balissus, stream crossed by Crassus'

army, III. 384
Balte, nvmph, reputed mother of

Epimenides of Phaestus, I. 432
Bambyce, earlier name of Hierapolis,

IX. 220

Bandius, see " Bantius."
Bantia, Italian city, v. 514
Bantius, Lucius, won to Romans

by Marcellus, V. 458
Barbius, supports Otho, XI. 258
Barca (1), saying re Hannibal, III.

168
Barca (2), invites Cato and Munatius

to supper, VIII. 326
Bardyaei, slave bodyguard of Marius,

IX. 584, 590

Bardyllis, marries daughter Bircenna

to Pyrrhus, IX. 368
Bargylia, city freed by Lentulus,

X. 354

Barsine (1), Artabazus' daughter,

taken as mistress by Alexander,

VII. 284, VIII. 80
Barsine (2), Artabazus' daughter,

given by Alexander to Eumenes,

Viii. 80
Basilica (Pauli Aenulii), built by

346



(Lucius Aemilius) Paulas, VII. 514.
XI. 264

Basilica Porcia, erected in forum
by Cato the Elder, II. 356 ; tribunes
of plebs transacted business there,

VIII. 246

Basillus, L., sent by Sulla to seize

city-gate of Rome, IV. 354
Eastarnae, see " Bistcrnae."
Bataces, priest of Great Mother at

Pessinus, IX. 308
Batalus, nickname of Demosthenes,

VII. 10

Bathycles, left beaker at Delphi, I. 414
Baton, of Sinope, cited, X. 34
Bean, white, its use, III. 7fi
Bedriacum, Otho's soldiers there,

XI. 300, 306
Bedricum (Bedriacum), little village

near Cremona, XI. 294
Bees, bred in putrefying oxen, X. 140
Beetles, bred in putrefying oxen, X.

140
Belaeus, furnishes ship for Marius'

flight, IX. 574

Belbina, had precinct of Athena, X. 56
Belgae, V. 246; occupied one third

of G-aul ; utterly defeated by Caesar,

VII. 490 f.
Belitaras, said to have given pisou

to Statira, XI. 170
Bellinus, Roman praetor, taken by

pirates, V. 176
Bellona, temple of, IV. 348, 424, VII.

112

Beluris, secretary, XI. 180
Belus, temple of, at Susa, VII. 274
Beneventum, Pyrrhus defeated near

it by M'. Curius, IX. 426
Bequest, Cicero received one of

90,000 denarii, VII. 100
Berenice (1), Ptolemy's wife, Anti-
gone's mother; courted by Pyrrhus,

IX. 354

Berenice (2) of Chios, Mithridates'

wife, strangled, n. 526
Berenicis, city on peninsula of

Epeirus, built by Pyrrhus, IX. 360
Beroea, taken by Pyrrhus, IX. 110,

374 ; Pompey's headquarters, V. 280
Berytus, city of Phoenicia, IX. 254
Bessus, seizes Dareius, vil. 248 ;

executed by Alexander, 252
Bestia, failed against Jugurtha, IX.

482



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Bestia (L. Calpurnius), opposes Cicero,
viz. 138

Beverage, water used by Cato the
Elder on campaigns, II. 306

Bias, declined golden tripod, 1. 412

Bibulus, L. Calpurnius (1), husband
of Porcia, by whom he had two
sons, VIII. 292 f. ; as consul opposes
Caesar's measures, 310, V. 236;
overawed by Caesar's supporters,
238, VIII. 312 ; remained at home
for last eight months of his consul-
ship, V. 240, VII. 474; proposes
Pompey be made sole consul, v.
528, Mil. 350 ; made admiral by
Pompey, 366; wages war on
Parthians, IX. 148

Bibulus, L. Calpurnius (2), Porcia's
son, tells of incident in his mother's
life, VI. 152, 176

Bibulus, Publicius, tribune of plebs,
denounces Marcellus, V. 510 f.

Billeting, Sulla billets soldiers on
people of Asia, IV. 406

Bt'oi TrapaAAijAot, of Plutarch,
mentioned, I. 2

Bion, cited re Amazons, I. 58

Bircenna, Bardyllis' daughter, married
to Pyrrhus, IX. 368

Bisaltae, Thracian people to whom
Pyrrhus sent 1000 settlers, III. 34

Bisanthe, in Thrace, IV. 106

Bisternae, Gallic people along Danube,
stirred up by Pyrrhus, VI. 376;
send 20,000 men "to aid Pyrrhus;
on account of his stinginess they
return, 382

Bithynia, iv. 80; surrenders to
Alcibiades property of Chal-
cedonians, 86, II. 326; ruled by
Prusias, X. 378; conquered by
Mithridates, IV. 358; 398; II. 490;
invaded by Mithridates, 492 ; 502 ;
510; VIII. 66; held by Glabrio,
given to Pompey by the Manilian
law, V.I 90; occupied by Pharnaces,
VII. 560 ; decreed province of
Cimber,vi.l68

Bithys, general of Demetrius II.,
defeats Aratus at Phylacia, XI. 76

Bito, named by Solon as happy man,
I. 480

Blossius of Cumae, philosopher,
friend of Antipater of Tarsus, said
to have incited Ti. Gracchus to



agrarian reform, X. 162, 186;
pardoned, joined Aristonicus in
Asia, committed suicide, 192

Bocchoris, his judgment in case of
Thonis, IX. 66

Bocchus (1), king of Numidia, won
over by Sulla, surrenders Jugurtha
to Romans, IV. 328, 332, IX. 484;
called ally of Roman people, and
set up trophies on Capitol, iv. 336,
IX. 552

Bocchus (2), king of Libya, supports
Antony, IX. 276

Boedromia, Athenian celebration, 1. 62

Boedromion, Athenian month, I. 62,
11.138, 140, 274, VII. 68

Boeorix, challenges Marius to set
place and day for battle, IX. 530

Boeotarchs, laws re their laying down
command, V. 396 f . ; VII. 44

Boeotia, settled by Ophelias and his
subjects, II. 404; at Ceressus con-
quered Lattamyas and Thessalians,
138; formed terminus of medising
part of Greece, 18; traversed by
Xerxes, 234; 240; gave divine
honours to Eucleia, 278; III. 56;
invaded by Tolmides, 58 ; defeated
Athens at Coroneia, in. 58, IV. 2,
V. 50 ; IV. 292 ; displeased by Peace
of Nicias, III. 240; allied with
Sparta, III. 242, IV. 32 ; defeated
Athenians, III. 284 ; IV. 90 ; favoured
Athenian refugees, 308 ; magistrates
stop sacrifice of Agesilaiis at Aulis,
IV. 308, V. 16; often invaded by
Agesilaus, I. 244, V. 46, 72 ; invaded
by Cleombrotus, V. 66, 372; had
territorial dispute with Athenians,
VIII. 164; defeated by Athenians
under Leosthenes, 196 ; allied with
Demetrius, IX. 52 ; restless under
Demetrius, 96 f . ; defeated at
Chaeroneia by Aetolians, XI. 34 ;
besieged Megara, X. 28G ; joined
Romans, 338 ; scene of fighting
between Sulla and generals of
Mithridates, IX. 578; occupied
by Dorylaus, IV. 390 ; II. 494

Boii, northern people, 1. 142

Bola, Latin city, taken by Volscians
under Coriolanus, IV. 186

Bona Dea, who she was ; how
worshipped, vn. 128, 152, 462

Bononia, meeting of Octavianup,

347



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Antony, and Lepidus near It,

vil. 200

Borysthenis, Sphaerus of, X. 52
Bosporus, held by son of Mithridates,

IV. 358; v. 196; controlled by
Mithridates, 214

Bosporus, possible route of Amazons,

1.60; V. 206
" Bottiaea, constitution of," by

Aristotle, I. 30
Bottiaeans of Thrace, descendants of

first-born of Cretans, once sent to

Delphi, I. 30
Boukatios, first month of Theban year,

V. 398

Boulimia, a disease, theory as to its

cause, VI. 180

Roys, Roman, how educated, I. 396
Boys, Spartan, how educated, I. 254 f .,

396

Brachyllas, Theban, X. 336
Brasidas, son of Argileonis, I. 282 ;

honoured by Chalcidians, 298;

slain at Amphipolis, III. 236; IV.

234; 280
Brauron, place in Attica where son

of Ajax resided, I. 428
Brazen House, see " Athena of,"

and XaAfct'oiKos.
Brennus, king of Gauls, recognizing

Q. Ambustus, stops battle, and

marches against Rome, II. 132 ;

enters Rome by Colline gate, 146;

surrounds Capitol with a guard,

148; agrees to leave country on

payment of 1000 gold Ibs., 164;

defeated by Camillus, 166 f.;

quoted at length, 130; 158; says

" vae victis," 164
Bribery, in elections at Rome began

long after time of Coriolanus, at

Athens Anytus first to bribe jurors,

iv. 150; Demosthenes bribed,

VII. 30; XI. 242
Bride, Roman, had hair parted with

spear, 1. 134
Bridge over Tiber, details concerning,

1.336
Briges, Brutus* name for his camp

servants, VI. 226
Britanni, Caesar's expedition against

them, V. 246, VII. 498
Britomartus, king of Gauls, slain

by Claudius Marcellus, I. 138, V.

450

348



Brixillum, Italian town on the Po,

XI. 298
Bronze-shields, in Perseus' army

at Pydna, VI. 402 ; IV. 388
Brundisium, II. 342, IV. 408; occupied

byPompey, V. 278; 284; VII. 164;

180; 186; IX. 214; station of

Octavius' fleet, IX. 278
Bruttians, attacked by Thuirians,

VI. 298; slay disgraced mercenaries

of Timoleon, 332; in. 182; put to

the sword by Fabius, 184
Eruttius Sura, defeats Archelalis

thrice at Chaeroneia, iv. 360
Brutus (1), a steward, ancestor of

M. Brutus according to some,

VI. 126
Brutus (2), son of the tyrannicide,

VI. 154

Brutus, Junius, leader in secession
of plebs, one of first tribunes,
IV. 130

Brutus, D. Junius (Gallaecus), tri-
umphed over Lusitanians, X. 194

Brutus Albinus, D. Junius, friend of
Caesar, IX. 162 ; joins conspiracy
to murder Caesar, vi. 150, VII. 592 f . ;
596 ; given province of Cisalpine
Gaul, VI. 168; his death avenged,
186

Brutus, L. Junius, assisted by Publi-
cola, drove out kings, I. 504 f.,

VII. 584; I. 506; his sons plot to
restore Tarquins, 508 ; has his sous
executed, 514; slays Aruns in
battle, and is slain by him, 522 ;
ancestor of Brutus, the tyrannicide,
VI. 126, 144; quoted, I. 514

Brutus, M. Junius (1), praetor, sent to
forbid Sulla advancing, IV. 350

Brutus, M. Junius (2), defeated by
Pompey, V. 128 f.; father of the
tyrannicide; holds Cisalpine Gaul
for Lepidus, surrenders to Pompey
at Mutina, executed by Geminius,
152 f.

Brutus, M. Junius (3), his lineage,
VI. 126 f.; studied philosophy and
rhetoric, 2 f., 128 f.; sent to Cyprus
with Cato, his uncle, 130, VIII. 322 ;
joins Pompey's party VI. 132 f., V.
282 ; pardoned by Caesar after
Pharsalus, VI. 136, VII. 552; put
in charge of Cisalpine Gaul by
Caesar, VI. 138; made praetor,



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



140, VII. 574; led to conspire
against Caesar, yi. 144 f . ; lets
Porcia, his wife, into the secret,
152 f.; helps murder Caesar, 162,

VII. 188, 598 ., IX. 164; has
Antony spared, VI. 164, IX. 166;
addresses the people, VI. 166, vn.
600; withdraws from Rome, 604,
VI. 172, IX. 170; rebukes Cicero
for supporting Octavius, 174, VII.

.196, 220; sails for Athens, VI.
176 ; convicted of murder of Caesar,
184; meets Cassius at Smyrna,
188; exacts money of the Lycians,
192f.; quarrels with Cassius at
Sardis, 200 f . ; sees a phantom at
night, 204, VII. 606; defeats
Octavius at Philippi, VI. 218 f.,
vil. 606, IX. 182- learns of defeat
and death of Caspius, VI. 224;
fights again, VI. 234 f.; slays
himself, 244, VII. 608; statue of
him at Milan, VI. 256.

See also V. 154, VII. 190, 586,

VIII. 410, IX. 168

Sayings and letters : VI. 130,
146, 148, 174, 176, 178, 204, 206,
214 f., 224, 228, 242,244

Brutus, T. Junius, son of M. J. Brutus
and Vitellia, plots to restore
Tarquins, I. 508 f . ; executed by
his father's order, 514

Brutus, Ti. Jumus, son of M. J. Brutus
and Vitellia, plots to restore
Tarquins, I. 508 f . ; executed by his
father's order, 514

" Brutus," account of Caesar's murder
by Empylus, VI. 128 f .

Bubulcus, Roman surname, I. 532

Bucephalas, horse tamed by Alex-
ander, VII. 23G, 322, 352, 398

Bucephalia, city on banks of Hydaspes
built by Alexander in memory of
Bucephalas, VII. 398

Bulla, its meaning and use, I. 152,
vin. 38

Busiris, sacrificed by Hercules, I. 22

Butas, Cato the Younger's chief agent
in public matters, VIII. 404; wrote
in elegiac verse explanations of
Roman customs, 1. 158

Bntes, Persian general, sets fire to
Elon In Thrace, killing himself,
II. 422

Buthrotum, town in Epirus, VI. 182



Byllis, town in Illyrium, VI. 182
Byzantium, in. 56, 288; freed of
"Pausanias by the allies, II. 420 f . ;
Athenians capture Persians there,
430 ; revolts from Athens, retaken
by Alcibiades, IV. 88 f.; attacked
by Philip, saved by Athenians,
VII. 40, 244, VIII. 174 ; governed by
Cato, VII. 170, VIII. 318; VII. 142



Cabeiri, gods in Samothrace, v. 520
Cabira, n. 512 ; Mithridates make?

stand there, 514; taken by

Lucullus, 524
Cadmeia (1), sister of Neoptolemus,

IX. 358
Cadmeia (2), citadel, I. 66 ; seized by

Phoebidas in time of peace, V. 64;

382; VII. 254
Cadmus, given cow as guide by Apollo,

IV. 382
Cadusians, attacked by Artaxerxes,

XI. 184
Caecias, a Spanish wind from north,

VITT. 44
Oaecilia (1), daughter of Metellus, the

pontifex maximus, wife of Sulla,

IV. 342

Oaecilia (2), mother of Lucullus, II. 470
Caecilius, wished to denounce Verres,

VII. 98

Caecilius (Calactinus), made com-
parison of Demosthenes and Cicero,

VII. 6
Caecilius Metellus, see " Metellus,

Caecilius."
Caecina, Vitellius* general, occupying

Alps, XI. 286 ; repulsed from

Placentia, 290; defeated before

Cremona, 292; defeats Otho's

men, 300 f .

Caecus, Roman name, iv. 144
Caedicius, M., reports hearing super-
natural voice, II. 126, 168
Oaelius, orator, VII. 174 ; defended by

Cicero, 212
Oaeninenses, Sabine people, defeated

and settled at Rome by Romulus,

1.136

Caenum, fortress of Mithridates, V. 212
Caepio (Servilius), engaged to Julia;

losing her, promised Pompey's

daughter, V. 238, VII. 474
Oaepio, Q. Servilius (1), defeated by

349



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Cimbri, II. 140, 560, VIII. 6, IX. 504,
512

Caepio, Q. Servilius (2), beloved
brother of Cato the Younger, VIII.
236, 238, 244; military tribune in
Servile war, 252; died at Aenus
in Thrace, 258

Caesar, exchanges words with Sulla,
IV. 334

Oaesar, 0. Julius (1) in danger from
Sulla, VII. 442; captured by pirates,
444; studies under Apollonius at
Rhodes, 446 ; wins popularity as an
advocate at Borne, 448 ; elected
military tribune, 450 ; went to
Spain as quaestor under Vetus, a
praetor, 452 ; revives party of
Marius, 454 ; elected pontifex maxi-
mus, 456; suspected of being
implicated in Catiline's conspiracy,
458 ; divorces Pompeia, 4C2 f . ;
receives Spain as province, has to
borrow from Crassus, 466 f . ; elected
consul, 472; gets many popular
laws passed in spite of opposition
of his colleague Bibulus, 472 f . ;
betroths his daughter Julia to
Pompey, 474 ; subdues Gaul, 476 f . ;
meeting Pompey, Crassus and
others at Luca, arranges to have
his command in Gaul continued
for five more years, 494; repels
German invasion, and invades
Germany, 496 f . ; invades Britain,
498 ; loses by death his daughter
Julia, Pompey's wife, 500; sup-
presses revolt of Gaul, 502 f . ; takes
Alesia, 506 f .

Becomes estranged from Pompey,
510; is not allowed to stand for
consulship in his absence, 51 2 f.;
invades Italy, 520 f . ; is deserted
by Labienus, 526; enters Rome,
528 ; overcomes Af ranius and Varro,
Pompey's legates in Spain, 530;
crosses to Greece, 532 f . ; defeated
by Pompey, 536; defeats Pompey
at Pharsalus, 546 f . ; reaches
Alexandria just after Pompey's
death, 554; wages war in Egypt,
556 f . ; defeats Pharnaces at Zela,
560 ; returns to Rome, 562 ;
defeats Pompeians at Thapsus,
566 ; celebrates an Egyptian, a
Pontic, and an African triumph,

350



570; defeats Pompey's sons at
Munda, 572 ; appointed dictator
for life, 574 ; by clemency tries to
disarm opposition, 574 f.; plants
colonies of veterans at Carthage
and Corinth, 576; plans new
enterprises, 576 f.; ad justs calendar,
578; arouses hatred by desire to
be king, 580 f . ; refuses diadem
offered by Antony, 584; is con-
spired against by Brutus, Cassius,
and others, 586 f.; assassinated,
596; his body burned in forum, 602;
56 years old at death, 604

See alw III. 334, 354, 356, 360,
390, 434, V. 178, 232, 236, 238, 240,
248, 264, 268, 272, 276 f., 280, 284,
292, 324, VI. 132, 134, 136, 138 f.,
150, 162, 168, 180, VII. 132 f., 138,
146, 152, 156, 158, 176, 178 f., 186,
188, 194, 196, VIII. 288, 296 f.,
310 f., 316, 332, 346, 354, 358 f.,
362, 378, 408, IX. 148, 150 f., 160 f.,
170
His letters mentioned, VII. 556,

562
His speeches and poems, vii.

444
Anti-Cato, VII. 182, 446, 568,

VIII. 324, 362, 366
Commentaries, VII. 496
Unnamed works, V. 280, 296, 524
Sayings: III. 332, V. 272, VI.
138, 140, 142, VII. 182, 456, 466,
468, 476, 486, 522, 530, 534, 538,
548, 552, 566, 568, 588, 590, 598

Caesar, 0. Julius (2), his relations
with Nymphidia, XI. 224; puts
T. Vinius in prison, 228; son of
Germanicus, killed, IX. 332. See
also I. 140, 154

Caesar, Claudius, punishes Vinius
mildly for theft, XI. 228

Caesar, Lucius (1), kinsman of the
great Caesar, vm. 396

Caesar, Lucius (2), Antony's uncle,
given up to Octavius, VII. 200, IX.
178; rescued by his sister, 180

Caesarion, son of Caesar and Cleo-
patra, VII. 560, IX. 260, 300;
executed by Octavius, 320

Caieta, Cicero had lands there, VII.
204

Caius, foster brother of Mithridates,
V. 224



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



" Oaius," name called out at sacrifice

to Romulus, I. 184
Calanus, gymnosophist, meets Alex-
ander and Onesicritus, VII. 244,
408 ; has himself burned on funeral
pyre, 416

Calauria (1), has temple of Poseidon,
V. 174, vil. 70, 76 ; scene of Demos-
thenes' death, vin. 210

Calauria (2), place in Sicily, VI. 336

" Gale," Indian word of salutation,
VII. 408

Calendar, renaming and numbering
of days of month by Solon, I. 474;
adjusted by Is r uma, 366; adjusted
by Caesar, VII. 578; II. 274

Calends, Roman name for 1st day of
month, XI. 252; of March, very
nearly same as 1st of Anthesterion ,
IV. 370; VII. 84

Calenus, took Megara, VI. 142 ; held
15 cohorts for Caesar at Athens
and Megara, VII. 544

Callaeci, in Spain, conquered by
Caesar, vil. 468

Callaeschrus, father of Critias, IV. 96

Calliades, Athenian, defeated by
Chalcidians in Thrace, HI. 226

Callias (1), the Torchbearer, steals
gold at Marathon, 11. 226; when
prosecuted, helped by Aristides,
his kinsman, u. 290; ambassador
to Persian king, honoured by
Athenians, 446

Callias (2), the Rich, son of Hippo-
nicus, HI. 70 ; said to have married
Elpinice, u. 414; said to have
given Hipparete to Alcibiades as
wife, IV. 20

Callias (3), the Syracusan, said by
Ctesibius to have given Demos-
thenes the rhetorical systems of
Isocrates and Alcidamas, VII. 12

Callibius, made harmost at Athens
by Lysander, IV. 274

Callicles, son of Arrhenides, VII. 62

Callicles, money-lender at Athens,
VIII. 162

Callicrates (1), Spartan, slain at
Plataea, II. 266

Callicrates (2), with Ictinus architect
of Parthenon, in. 40

Callicrates (3), Syracusan, slain by
Lamachus, in. 270

Callicrates (4), descendant of Anti-



crates, contemporary of Plutarch,

V. 98

Callicratidas, succeeds Lysander in

Asia, rebuffed by Cyrus, IV. 244;

defeated in sea-fight at Arginusae,

248; I. 298, XI. 178
Callidromus, hill at Thermopylae, u.

338
Callimachus (1), rivalled Aristides for

2nd place at Plataea, II. 386
Callimachus (2), prolongs defence of

Amisus, II. 528; defender of

Nisibis, taken by Lucullus, 578
Callimachus (3), of Alexandria, cited,

III. 246, IV. 444, VII. 378
Callimedon, Athenian orator, joins

party of Antipater, vil. 66; op-
poses Phocion, VIII. 206; flees
from Athens, 220 ; condemned in
absentia by Athenians, 228
" Callinicus," a cognomen or epithet,

IV. 142, IX. 464

Calliphon, exile, begs Sulla to spare

Athens, IV. 370
Callipides, tragic actor, rebuffed by

Agesilaiis, V. 58 ; IV. 92
Calippus, host of Dion in Athens,

VI. 32 ; accompanies Dion to
Sicily, 60, 118; slew Dion, and
got possession of Syracuse, exe-
cuted by Leptines and Polysper-
chon, III. 260, VI. 114, 286, 462

Callisthenes (1), Athenian orator, his
surrender demanded by Alexander,

VII. 56

Callisthenes (2), philosopher, relative
of Aristotle; his experience with
Alexander, VII. 252 f., IV. 440;
cited, II. 138, 296, 440, 444, V.
46, 380, VII. 302, 322

Callisthenes (3), freedman of Lucul-
lus, II. 608

Callistratus (1), orator, gave Demos-
thenes first notion of becoming
orator, VII. 10; 32

Callistratus (2), Mithridates' private
secretary, II. 522

Callistus, Caligula's freedman, Nym-
phidia's father, XI. 224

Calpurnia, Piso's daughter, J. Caesar's
wife, V. 238, VII. 474; 590; put
most of Caesar's treasure in charge
of Antony, IX. 170

Calpurnii, descended from Calpus,
I. 376



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Calpurnius Lanarius, murdered Julius
Salinator, VLU. 18

Oalpurnius Piso, see " Piso, Calpur-
nius."

Calpus, son of Numa, ancestor of
Oalpurnii, I. 376

Calvinus, Gnaeus Domitius, consul,
V. 256; commanded centre for
Caesar at Pharsalus, V. 294, VII.
546; defeated by Pharnaces, flees
from Pontus, 560

Calvinus, Lucius (should be Gnaeus
Domitius), V. 294

Calvisius (Statianus, C.), companion
of Octavianus, accuses Antony for
treatment of Cleopatra, ix. 270

Oalydonia, ravaged by Aratus, XI. 34

Oalydonian boar, slain by Meleager
and Theseus, I. 66

Camarinaeans, join Dion, VI. 58

Oambyses, said to have lost 50,000
men in desert sand, vil. 302

Camels, first seen by Romans at
battle of Hhyndacus according to
Sallust, II. 504

Cameria, people of, attack Romans,
are defeated; made colony, I. 166

Camerinurn, 1000 of its men made
citizens by Marius for braverv,
IX. 540

" Camillus," meaning of word and
relation to Greek, I. 330, IX. 464

Camillus, Furius, the offices he held,
II. 94; defeats Falerians and
Capenates, 98; appointed dictator,
defeats Faliscans and Capenates,
104; takes Veii, 106; celebrates
splendid triumph, arouses oppo-
sition, 110; besieges Falerii, 116 f. ;
arouses opposition by opposing law
for division of city, goes into exile,
122; is fined 15,000 asses in
absentia, 124; leading Ardeans,
defeats band of Gauls, 152; ap-
pointed dictator to drive out
Gauls, 156; routs the Gauls with
slaughter, 166

Opposes moving citizens to Veii,
170; appointed dictator for war
against Aequians, Volscians, and
Latins, 176; utterly defeats Latins
and Volscians, 180; captures city
of Aequians, brings Volscians to
terms, 182 ; recaptures Sutrium,
184; opposed by Marcus Manlius,

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made military tribune, 186 ; helps
In conviction of Manilas, 188;
with Lucius Furius leads an army
against Praenestines and Volscians,
defeats them, 190f.; cows the
Tusculans, 192 f . ; made dictator
fifth time to fight Gauls, 198;
defeats the Gauls, 200 f . ; captures
Velitrae, 202; dies of plague, 20C.
See also I. 184, III. 124

His words quoted, II. 106, 118

Campania, in. 134; its cities subdued
by Fabius Maximus, 200; VII. 94;
146

Oampanians, desert Timocrates and
return home, VI. 58

Campi Philippi, scene of battle where



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