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Brutus and Oassius were defeated,
VI. 210

Campus Martius, II. 196, V. 254, VII.
116

Camulatus, soldier, deserts Brutus,

VI. 236"

Camurius, soldier, said to have slain
Galba, XI. 266

Canethus, father of Sciron, I. 56

Canicius, G., commands part of slaves,
defeated by Crassus, III. 346

Canidius (1), tribune of people,
proposes that Pompey reconcile
Ptolemy to people of Alexandria,
V. 244; Oato's friend, sent to
Cyprus in advance, vill. 320, 322,
324; sent by Cato to take charge
of Ptolemy's treasures, and then
discarded, VI. 130

Canidius (2), Antony's general, con-
quered Armenia, and kings of
Iberians and Albanians, IX. 214;
234; 264; leads Antony's land
forces at Actium, IX. 280, 284;
ordered by Antony to retire with
army through Macedonia into Asia,
290; deserts his army by night,
292; 300

Caninius Revilius, consul for one day,

VII. 576

Cannae, battle of, III. 146, 160, V.

456, 500

Canobie shore, I. 476
Canobic mouth of Nile, vn. 298
Canopus, city in Egypt, IX. 338, X.

132
Cantharus, harbour of, near Athens,

Vin. 208



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Oanuleia, vestal appointed by Numa,

I. 340

Canus, famous fluter, 33. 238

Canusium, refuge of Roman fugi-
tives from Cannae, V. 456; scene
of battle between Marcellus and
Hannibal, 506

Canutius, Greek actor, VI. 172

Capaneus, character in play of
Euripides, V. 346

Capenates, defeated by Camillus, II.
98, 104, 130

Caphis, Phocian, sent by Sulla to get
treasures of Delphi, iv. 362 ; leads
Hortensius and army safely to
Sulla, 374

Caphisias (1), Aratus' friend, XI.
12 f.

Caphisias (2), famous fluter, rx. 366

Caphyae, seized by Aratus, X. 58;
scene of Aratus' defeat by Aeto-
lians, XI. 108

Capito, Fonteius, sent to bring
Cleopatra to Syria, IX. 216

Capitol, fortress of early Rome,
guarded by Tarpeius, betrayed to
Sabines by Tarpeia, I. 140; 170;
fortified by Romans against Gauls,
350, II. 142, m. 168; 1.536; re-
ceived from Tarentum colossal
statue of Heracles, had equestrian
statue of Fabius Maximus in
bronze, III. 184; burued in Sulla's
time, IV. 412

Capitoline Hill, called Tarpeius for a
time, I. 144, 328; steepest at
Carmental gate, II. 156 ; scaled by
Gauls, but saved by sacred geese,
160

Capitolinus (0. Scantilius), colleague
of Marcellus in aedileship, V. 438

Capitolinus, Q., made dictator, casts
Manlius into prison, II. 186

Cappadocia, subdued by Alexander,

VII. 272 ; assigned to Eumenes,

VIII. 84; governed by Eumenes,
86; visited by Marius, IX. 548;
Sulla sent there, IV. 334 ; conquered
by Mithridates, 358; 398; II. 486;
VIII. 66 ; ravaged by Tigranes,

II. 586; robbed and plundered by
Lucullus, III. 370; added to
Pompey's sway by Manilian law,
V. 190; trumphed over by Pom-
pey, V. 230, VII. 172; occupied by



Pharnaces, 560; ruled by Arche-
lalis, IX. 276

Cappadocians, II. 614; some trans-
planted to Tigranocerta, 552

" Caprarius," derived from "capra."
I. 532

Capra tine Nones, see " Nones Capra-
tine."

Capua, went over to Hannibal, in.
168; reduced by Fulvius and
Appius, 200; X. 214; Norbanus
shut up there by Sulla, IV. 412

" Carabus," surname of Callimedon,
VIII. 206

Caranus, ancestor of Alexander the
Great, VII. 224

Carbo, Gnaeus Papirius (1), defeated
by Cimbri and Teutones, IX. 504

Carbo, Gnaeus Papirius (2), perse-
cutes Sulla's supporters in latter's
absence, IV. 396; succeeds Cinna,
V. 126; unsuccessfully opposes
Sulla's advance on Rome, VIII. 14;
his cavalry routed by Pompey at
river Arsis, V. 130; abandons his
own army and sails off to Libya,

IV. 418; executed by Pompey,

V. 136; consul thrice, 138; VI. 190 ;
his remark re Sulla, IV. 414

" Career," name of a Roman prison,

VI. 450

Cardia, home of Eumenes as a boy,
vin. 178

Caria, received colony brought by
loxus and Ornytus, I. 18; has
panthers, VII. 174; money to pay
fleet levied from it by Alcibiades,
IV. 102; touched by Aratus, XI.
26

Carians, called cocks by Persians,
XI. 148

Carinas, general of Carbo's faction,
advances against Pompey, V. 128

Carmania, traversed by Alexander in
7 days, VTI. 412

Carmenta, who or what she was,

I. 156

Carmental gate, where Capitoline is

steepest, II. 156
Carmentalia, feast for mothers; why

so called, I. 156
Oarneades, founder of New Academy,

II. 606, VII. 88; sent to Rome as
ambassador, attracts Roman youth
by his eloquence, II. 368

353



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



Carneius, Syracusan month, same as
Athenian Metageitnion, ill. 304

Carnuntini (Carnutes) with Arverni
lead revolt against Caesar, vil. 504

Carrhae, near scene of Crassus' de-
feat, III. 394, 402-408

Carthage, III. 62, IV. 44; danger to
Syracuse, VI. 14; nearly taken by
Agathocles, IX. 388; III. 190; de-
stroyed by Scipio the Younger,
II. 380, 596, V. 484, VI. 414, X. 246 ;
colony founded there by C. Grac-
chus, 218; II. 578; V. 140; restored
as colony by Caesar, VII. 576

Carthage, New, refuge of Sertorius,
VIII. 18

Carthaginians, III. 250, VI. 280;
come to Sicily with large armament,
286 f ., 302 ; admitted to Syracuse
by Hicetas, 302 ; assemble great
force to invade Sicily, 316; de-
feated by Timoleon at river Crime-
sus, H. 138, VI. 320-322, 324,
330; II. 140; made peace with
Timoleon, VI. 340; refused peace by
Pyrrhus unless they abandoned
Sicily, IX. 420, 422 ; attack Pyrrhus
in the strait, 424 ; at war with
Masinissa, II. 380 ; III. 162 ; driven
from Spain by Scipio, 190

Carvilius, Spurius, first in Rome
to divorce wife, I. 198, 394

Caryatides, dancing, on ring of
Clearchus, XI. 168

Carystus, city in Euboea, VI. 178

Casca, P., one of Caesar's murderers,
VI. 156, 162, VII. 596 ; with Brutus
at Philippi, VI. 228

Casilinum, city and district on border
of Campania, in. 134

Casinum, town in Latium, III. 134

Caspian sea, Albanians lived by it,
II. 554; ill. 428; receives river
Cyrnus, V. 206 f . ; VII. 352

Cassander, brother of Pleistarchus
and Phila, IX. 76 f . ; father of
Philip, 86; husband of Thessa-
lonice, father of Antipater and
Alexander, 360

Cassander, Antipater's son offends
Alexander, VII. 428 f . ; appointed
chiliarch by Antipater before dying ;
becoming rebellious, sends Xicanor
to replace Menyllus in Athens,
VIII. 216; put Demades and his

354



son to death, 214, VII. 78; quarrels
with Polysperchon after death of
Alexander, VIII. 114, 216; enemy
of Aeacides, offers 200 talents for
infant Pyrrhus, IX. 350; 18; 22 ;
VII. 32; IX. 40; driven out of
Attica by Demetrius, 52 ; 90

Cassandra, Priam's daughter, X. 20

Oassandreia, VII. 56; thither fled
Demetrius after loss of Macedonia,
IX. 112

Cassius, C. Longinus (1), governor of
Cisalpine Gaul, defeated by Spar-
tacus, III. 340

Cassius, C. Longinus (2), of school of
Epicurus, VI. 206; husband of
Junia, Brutus' sister, rival of Brutus
for office of city praetor, 140, VII.
574, 586 f.; with Crassus on
Parthian expedition, III. 370, 374,
380, 384, 402, 406, 408, VI. 140;
plans Caesar's murder, 126, 136,
140, 142 f., 156 ; murders Caesar,
V. 154, VI. 160, VII. 188, 596, IX.
164; 168, VI. 168; prosecuted by
M. Agrippa for murder of Caesar
and condemned, 184 ; meets Brutus
at Smyrna, 186; takes Rhodes,
192; 198; quarrels with Brutus
at Sardis, 200, 210; 212; defeated
at Philippi, slays himself, 224, VII.
604, IX. 182 f.

Quoted : VI. 144, 146, 192, 206,
214, 224

Cassius, Q. Longinus, with Antony
flees to Caesar, IX. 1 50

Cassius Scaeva, soldier of Caesar's
at battle of Dyrrhachium, VII. 480

Castor, hymn played to him as
Lacedaemonians marched to battle,
I. 274; like Pollux in sculpture,
and yet different, X. 146. See also
" Dioscuri " and " Tyndaridae."

Castulo, city of the Celtiberians,
vill. 6

Castus, commands part of slaves,
defeated by Crassus, III. 346

Catana, in Sicily, in. 162, 264, 266,
IV. 52, V. 520, VI. 122, 290, 304,
342

Cataonia, district in Cappadocia, IX.
120

Catiline, Lucius, his character and
acts, defeated for consulship, VII,
106 f ., iv. 430 ; his conspiracy.



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



VII. 456 f ., VIII. 286 f . ; Crassus and
Caesar inculpated by Cicero, in.
352; defeated and slain by Anto-
nius, VII. 136. See also VI. 134 f.,
VII. 116, 152

" Cato," a 3rd Koman name, IX.
464

" Cato," work written by Cicero,
VII. 446, 568

Cato, grandfather of Cato the Elder,
II. 302

Cato, M. Porcius (1), father of Oato
the Elder, II. 302

Cato, M. Porcius (2), the Elder,
lineage, appearance, character, n.
302 f . ; served under Fabius Maxi-
mus at capture of Tarentum, 308;
enters public life at Rome, 310;
goes to Africa as Scipio's quaestor,
objects to his extravagance, 310 f . ;
his manner of life, 312 f.; his
oratory, 320 f . ; elected consul
with Valerius Flaccus, wins suc-
cesses in Hither Spain, 330 f.;
celebrates triumph, 334; serves
under M'. Acilius against Antiochus
the Great, 334; busy in prosecu-
tions, 342 f . ; his activity as censor,
346 f . ; erected Basilica Porcia,
356 ; a good family man, 360 f . ;
his treatment of his slaves, 314 f .,
364 f.; goes into business, 366 f.;
opposes Greek learning, 368 f . ;
marries again late in life, 374;
composed speeches, histories, and
a book on farming, 378 ; brought
about destruction of Carthage,
380 f . ; died, leaving son Salonius,
384

See also VIII. 236, 246, X. 372 f.
His writings cited : II. 302,
304, 308, 314, 318, 330, 342, 352,
358, 360, 364, 366, 370; book of
recipes, 372, 376; speeches, his-
tories, work on farming, 378

Sayings: II. 306, IV. 132; II.
322-328; 332; 344; 358; 374; 376;
382; 384; V. 340

Cato, M. Porcius (3), Licinianus, son
of Cato the Elder, fought brilliantly
at Pydna, married Tertia, daughter
of Aemilius Paulas, II. 362 f., 374,
VI. 366, 410; died, II. 374, 376

Cato, M. Porcius (4), Salonius (Salo-
uianus), son of Cato the Elder and



Salonia, II. 376; father of Marcus,
died in praetorship, 384

Cato, M. Porcius (5), grandson of
Cato the Elder, 11. 384

Cato, M. Porcius (6), son of Salonius,
became consul, grandfather of Cato
the philosopher, n. 384

Cato, M. Porcius (7), the Younger,
his lineage and character as a boy,
VIII. 236-244; studies Stoic philo-
sophy with Antipater the Tyrian,
244 ; his first speech in the forum,
246; his manner of life, 248f. ;
marries Atilia, daughter of Ser-
ranus, 250; takes part in Servile
war, 252 ; goes to Macedonia as
military tribune, 254; winsAtheno-
dorus the Stoic, 256; makes tour
of Asia, 260 f . ; serves as quaestor,
268-278; opposes Clodius, 278;
prosecutes Murena for bribery,
284; advocates death penalty for
Catilinarian conspirators, 286 f . ;
unfortunate with women of his
household, 290 f . ; opposes Metellus
and Pompey, 296 f.; rejects mar-
riage alliance with Pompey, 306 f . ;
opposes Pompey and Caesar, 310 f . ;
is sent to Cyprus and court of
Ptolemy, 318 f.; returns success-
ful, 326 f .

Opposes Cicero's proposal to
make invalid acts of Clodius as
tribune, 330; supports Lucius
Domitius for consul against Pompey
and Crassus, 332 ; fails to be elected
praetor, 336; opposes Crassus and
Pompey, 338; is elected praetor,
340 ; approves of Pompey being
made sole consul, 350; fails to be
elected consul, 356 ; proposes that
Caesar be surrendered to the
Germans, 358; joins Pompey at
Dyrrhachium, is sent to Asia, 364;
arouses Pompey's soldiers by his
speech, 368 ; joins Sextus Pompeius
in Libya, 370; meets Juba, 372;
strengthens Utica for defence, 376 ;
receives news of Thapsus, 378;
helps fugitives leave Utica, 394;
refuses to ask mercy of Caesar,
396 ; commits suicide, 406

See also II. 384, 606, 608, III.
334, 354, 358, 426, 430, 434, V.
218, 228, 236, 238, 240, 250, 256,

355



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



264, 272, 274, 282, 288, VI. 128,
130, 134, VII. 132 f., 138, 168, 170,
176, 180, 212, 458, 460, 472, 474,
496, 512, 540, 562, 568, VIII. 150 f.,
IX. 150

Sayings : II. 600, VIII. 246, 254,
262, 264, 290, 308, 318, 324, 342,
346, 354, 358, 360, 392, 394, 396,
398, 400 f.

Cato, M. Porcius (8), son of Cato the
Younger, pardoned by Caesar, slain
at Philippi, VIII. 408 f ., VI. 236 f .

Gatulus, Q. Lutatius (1), consul with
Marius in latter's 4th consulship,
IX. 500 f . ; gives important tasks
to Sulla, IV. 332 ; forced to retreat
by Cimbri, IX. 522 f.; joined by
Marius, 526; led centre at Vercel-
lae, 530 ; wrote of Vercellae, 534 f . ;
triumphs with Marius, 538; com-
mits suicide, 590

Catulus, Q. Lutatius (2), elected
consul with Lepidus, IV. 434, V.
150 f . ; won war against Lepidus
according to Lucullus, 196; conse-
crated 2nd temple of Jupiter
Capitolinus, I. 540; V. 156; op-
poses Gabinian law, 178; opposes
Manilian law, 192 ; when censor
reproved by Cato, VIII. 270; vn.
132; 456; attacks Caesar's proposal
re Catiliuarian conspirators, 458 ;
ancestor of S. Galba, XI. 210;
quoted, vil. 156, 454. See also III.
354

" Catulus," illustrious Roman name,
VII. 82

" Catus," means wise and prudent,

II. 302

Caucasus mountains, II. 512, V. 204,

208
Caulonia, city in Italy, in. 182, VI.

56
Caunians, how some escaped pirates,

III. 308; in army of Artaxerxes
when Cyrus was slain, XI. 150, 154,
158

Caunus, city in Caria, IX. 124
Cebalinus, reveals plot of Limnus to

Alexander, VII. 364
Cecrops, I. 196

Celaenae, in Phrygia, VIII. 102, IX. 16
" Celer," why surname of a Metellus,

I. 118, IV. 142
Celer, companion of Romulus, slew

356



Remus according to one account,

I. 116

Celer, Q. Caecilius Metellus, how he
got surname " Celer," I. 118, IV.
142; put in charge of outside
affairs by Cicero during trouble
with Catiline, VII. 118; husband of
Clodia, 154

Celeres, origin of name, I. 116 ;
attendants of Romulus, 170; dis-
banded by Numa, 328

Celsus, Clodius, of Antioch, friend
of Nymphidius, XI. 232

Celsus, Marius, faithful to Q-alba,
spared by Otho, XI. 268; 276; in
command of part of Otho's forces,
288 : outgenerals Caecina at battle
of Cremona, 292, 294, 298, 304 f.,
306 f .

Celtiberians, neighbours of Gauls,

II. 126; receive 200 talents to
become Cato the Elder's allies,
II. 330; warred on by Scipio
Africanus, IX. 468; those in
Castulo defeated by Sertorius, vni.
8

Celtorians, neighbours of Gauls, II.
126

Cenchreae, harbour-town of Corinth,
where Thebans defeat Athenians,
V. 398; captured by Demetrius,
IX. 54, XI. 52; 64; 102

Censor, his powers and duties, II.
346, VI. 454; Cnmillus censor, II.
96 ; Cato the Elder and Valerius
Flaccus, 310, 350; Crassus and
Lutatius Catulus, III. 352; Cen-
sorinus twice, IV. 118; Gellius and
Lentulus, V. 168; Aemilius Paulus
and Marcius Philippus, VI. 454;
Lutatius Catulus, VIII. 270; Ti.
Gracchus the Elder, X. 144;
Flamininus and M. Claudius Mer-
cellus, 372; Cato the Elder, 374

Censorinus (1), twice censor, intro-
duced law forbidding this, IV.
118

Censorinus (2), 0. Marcius, brings
suit against Sulla for bribery, IV.
336

Censorinus (3), accompanies Crassua
against Parthians, III. 390, 396

Censorinus (4), L. Marcius, left in
charge of Greece by Antony, IX.
186



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Census, at Athens, I. 450, in. 108 ; at

Rome, VI. 454, VII. 570
Centaurs, begotten of cloud by

Ixion, X. 2 ; at war with Lapithae,

I. 66 f., 190
Ceos, island, II. 8; has small part

called lulis, VII. 2; sends settlers

to Gela, VI. 344

Cephalo, friend of Aratus, XI. 118 f.
Cephalus, summoned from Corinth

by Timoleon to establish civil

polity of Syracuse, VI. 320
Cephisodorus, friend of Pelopida?,

slain by Leontidas, V. 368
Cephisodotus, sculptor, related to

Phpciou, VIII. 188
Cephisus river, receives river Assus,

IV. 378, 382, 392, VII. 44, 244
Ceramicus, II. 416, IV. 368, 370,

VIII. 224.

Ceraunian mountains, VIII. 210
Cerberus, Aldoneus' dog, killed Peiri-

thoiis, I. 72 ; delivered to Heracles

by Cora, in. 210
Cercina, island off Africa, VI. 52, ix.

578
Cercyon, Arcadian, slain by Theseus,

I. 22, 66

Cereatae, see " Cirrhaeton."
Ceres, I. 162; festival of, in. 170
Ceressus, where Thebans defeated
Lattamyas and Thessalians, II.
138
Cethegus, Cornelius (1), deposed from

priesthood, V. 446

Cethegus, Cornelius (2), companion
of younger Marius, IX. 574; in
control of Rome, induced to help
Lucullus get province of Cilicia,

II. 486 f . ; takes part in conspiracy
of Catiline, VII. 120, 124, 126, 458,
vni. 286; executed, vn. 134 f.,
158

Chabrias, Athenian, father of Ctesip-
pus, VII. 36; his character; won
sea-fight off Naxos, II. 138, vm.
156160; commands fleet under
Tachos the Egyptian, V. 104

Chaeron (1), sou of Thuro, founded
Chaeroneia, IV. 382

Chaeron (2), of Megalopolis, sent to
Delphi by Philip of Macedon, vn.
228

Chaerondas, archonship of, vil. 58

Chaeroneia, founded by Chaeron, IV.



382 ; settled by people from
Thessaly led by Peripolitas, IL
404; I. 64; Plutarch's native town,
vn. 44; Philip defeats Greeks
there, II. 138, V. 384, VII. 46 f.,
244; Aetolians defeat Boeotians,
XI. 34; Bruttius Sura repulses
Archelaus, IV. 360 ; 378; 382; Sulla
defeats Mithridates 1 generals, n.
480, 504, IV. 382 f.; 11.406

Chaeroneians, fight for Sulla at battle
of Chaeroneia, IV. 384

Chalcaspides, in Mithridates' army,
IV. 378. See also " Bronze-shields."

Chalcedon, attacked by Alcibiades,
IV. 84 f.; handed over to Athens
by Pharnabazus, 88; II. 492, 496;
Cotta besieged there, 494

Chalcidians, I. 298 ; their Hippobotae
banished by Pericles, III. 66 ;
defeat Calliades and Xenophon,
Athenian generals in Thrace, 226;
X. 366 f .

Chalcidice, VII. 20

Chalcis, city in Euboea, IV. 388, 390,
302, 354, X. 354, 366 f .

Chalcodon, Elphenor's father, I. 80;
chapel of, in Athens, 62

Chaldaeans, II. 610; subdued by
Lucullus, 526; IX. 582; XI. 256

XaAjaoiKo?, temple of Athena at
Sparta, I. 218, X. 26, 36

Chalkous, an Athenian thief, VII. 28

Chameleon, cannot turn white, IV. 62

Chaonians, under command of
Ptolemy, IX. 440

Characitani, Spanish people, defeated
by Sertorius, VHI. 42 f .

Chares (1), Athenian, V. 344, VII.
214, VIII. 154; fails at Hellespont,
174; defeated Persians, XI. 34

Chares (2), of Mitylene', cited, VII.
280, 294, 356, 380, 384, 418, VIII.
184

Chares river, scene of battle between
Aratus and Aristippus, XI. 62

Charicles (1), mentioned by comic
poet Telecleides, III. 220

Charicles (2), son-in-law of Phocion,
intimate with Harpalus, brought to
trial, VIII. 192 f.; 220 ; condemned
to death in absentia by Athenians,
228

Chariclo, wife of Sciron, mother of
Peleus and Telauiou, I. 20

357



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Charidemus, vin. 4; proposed for

general at Athens after Chaeroneia,

178, 182, VII. 56
Charilaiis, posthumous son of Poly-

dectes, brother of Lycurgus, I.

210 f., X. 250, I. 218; concurred in

measures of Lycurgus, X. 70 ;

quoted, I. 266
Charillus, see " CharilaUs."
Charimenes, seer, joins plot to kill

Aristomachus, tyrant of Argos,

XI. 56
Charinus, proposes decree against

Megarians, III. 86

Oharmion, waiting-woman of Cleo-
patra, IX. 274, 326 f.
Charmus, boy lover of Peisistratus,

1.406
Charon (1), Theban, conspirator with

Pelopidas, V. 354, 360 f ., 366 ;

elected boeotarch, 370; led Theban

cavalry at Plataea, 400
Charon (2), of Lampsacus, cited, II.

72

Charonitae, what they were, IX. 170
Charops, son of Machatas, X. 330
Cheileos, Arcadian, helps Themisto-

cles, II. 18

Cheimarrus, see " Babvca."
" Cheirons," see " Cratinus."
Chelidonian isles, II. 440; western

limit for Persian navy after Eury-

medon, 444
Chersonese, Thracian, conquered by

Cimon and turned over to Athens,

II. 446 ; received 1000 settlers from

Pericles, III. 34, 58, VIII. 174;

ravaged by Demetrius, X. 74: II.

482

Chersonese, Syrian, Demetrius ban-
ished there, IX. 128, 132
Chians, offer leadership to Aristides,

II. 284, 440, IV. 26; revolt from

Athens, 66
Chilo, slave and school-teacher of

Cato the Elder, II. 360
Chiloras (1), daughter of Leotychides,

wife of Cleonymus, IX. 434," 438
Chilonis (2), daughter of Leonidas,

wife of Cleombrotus, X. 36 f.
Chios, Chabrias died there, vm. 156;

II. 478

Chlidon, Theban, V. 358
Choeac, month in Egyptian calendar,

I. 122

358



Choerilus, poet in retinue of Lysander,

IV. 280 f .
Cholargus, deme of Pericles, ill. 6;

of Xenocles, 40; of Hipparchus,

250
Choregus, Themistocles won as c.

with Phrynichus as poet, II. 16 ;

Aristides victorious as, 212 ; kings

of Cyprus act as, vil. 308
Chorus, dithyrambic, vil. 308
" Chreocopidae," name given Solon's

friends for sharp practice, I. 446
Chrysa, place at Athens, I. 62
Chrysantes, character in Xenophon

(Cyrop. IV. 1, 3), v. 528
Chrysermus, father of a certain

Ptolemy, X. 130
Chrysippus, cited, XI. 2
Chrysis, mistress of Demetrius, IX. 54
Chrysogonus (1), Pythian victor,

IV. 92

Chrysogonus (2), freedman of Sulla,
accuses Boscius of murder, vil.
86 f.

Chthonian Earth, temple of, at
Hermione, plundered by pirates,

V. 174

Cicer, Latin for chick-pea, VII. 82
Cicero, how first bearer of name got

it, VII. 82

Cicero, M. Tullius (1), his race and
name, VII. 82 ; studied until Sulla
became master, 86 ; defended
Rosciup, heard Antiochus of Asca-
lon, 88 f . ; studied oratory with
Xenocles, Dionysius, Apollonius ;
philosophy with Poseidonius, 90 f . ;
weak in delivery at first, 92 ;
quaestor in Sicily, 82, 94; prose-
cuted Verres, 98 f . ; his wife and
property, 100 ; courted by the
great, elected praetor, 102 ; defends
Manlius, 104

Elected consul to oppose Cati-
line, 106; wins Antonius' support
by giving him province of Mace-
donia, secures defeat of bill to
appoint decemvirs, 110 f.; secures
defeat of Catiline for consul, 114 f . ;
given by senate unlimited power
to preserve state, 118, III. 354 f.;
his life threatened by Marcius and
Cethegus, he denounces Catiline
in senate, and latter leaves citv,
VII. 120 ; has to deal with Lentulus



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



and other plotters in city, 122 f . ;
reveals to senate evidence against
Lentulus and others, 126 f.; hears
Silvanus, Caesar, Cato and others,
speak in senate regarding punish-
ment of conspirators, 130 f., 456 f.,
Till. 290; has Lentulus and Cethe-
gus executed, yii. 134, ix. 140;
called father of his country, becomes
vainglorious, II. 596, VII. 138 f .

Hated by Clodius and others,
150 f.; driven into exile, 156 f.,
II. 608, V. 234, 240, VIII. 318;
with help of Pompey is recalled,
VII. 168, V. 244 ; in attempting to
annul acts of Clodius as tribune, is
opposed by Cato, VII. 168, VIII.
330; defends Milo for killing
Clodius, VII. 170 ; elected augur,
given Cilicia as province, 172 ;
on return attempts to reconcile
Pompey and Caesar, 174, 518,
V. 270; joins Pompey in Greece,
VII. 176, V. 282; offered command
of Pompey's fleet after Pharsalus,
refuses, VII. 180, vm. 370 ; received
kindly by Caesar, VII. 182; retires
to study philosophy and write;
proposes honours for Caesar, 184,
574; plans writing history of
Rome, divorces Terentia, 186;
not informed of plot to murder
Caesar, 188, VI. 148

After murder of Caesar, proposes
amnesty in senate, vil. 190; fears
Antony, 192 ; helps Octavius get
support of senate and people, 194,
IX. 172; rebuked by Brutus for
supporting Octavius, VI. 174, VII.
196; has Antony driven out of
city, and Octavius given power
of praetor, 198, IX. 174; betrayed
by Octavius and proscribed, VI.
18C, VII. 200, IX. 178; slain, 180,
VII. 206

See also V. 274, VI. 172, 184,
VII. 82, 448, VIII. 310, 314, IX. 158
Letters cited :

Ad Att. (II. 1. 8), VIII. 150;
(vil. 11), V. 280; (vm. 7. 2),
VII. 176

Ad Fam. (n. 10. 2 f . and 11.
2), VII. 174

To irorgias, VII. 142

To Herodes, VII. 142



To Pelops of Byzantium, vil.

142
Unidentified letters, V. 226,

VII. 140, 184
Other works cited :
Acad. Prior. II. (Lucullus), II.

606; (II. 38. 119), VII. 140
Brutus (31. 121), vil. 140
Cato, VII. 446, 568
De Consulatu Suo, in. 352,

VII. 460
De Divinatione (I. 26. 56), X.

198 ; (I. 46. 103), VI. 380
De Senectute (12. 42), n. 352,

X. 374

In Catil. (I. 5. 10), VII. 120
In Pisonem (29. 72 f.), vil.

214
Philipp., vn. 206 ; (II. 22. 55),

IX. 150, 158
Philosophical dialogues, VII.

184, 210

Pontius Glaucus, VII. 84
Pro Caelio (12. 28), VII. 212
Pro Milone, VII. 172
Pro Murena, VII. 170, 212,

vm. 284

Pro Plancio, VII. 94 f .
Sayings : II. 602, VII. 98 f., 104,
134, 140, 144 f., 156, 178 f., 450,
580, VIII. 248

Cicero, M. Tullius (2), son of the
orator, joins Brutus' forces, VI.
178, VII. 198; defeats C. Antonius,
VI. 182 ; chosen colleague in consul-
ship by Octavianus, VII. 208



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