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Cicero, Q. Tullius, brother of the
orator, vil. 130, 166; attacked by
Gauls, rescued by Caesar, 502 ;
with his son proscribed and exe-
cuted, 202

Cilicia, n. 84, rv. 252; allotted to
Pleistarchus, Cassander's brother,
IX. 76 ; occupied by Demetrius, 78 ;
invaded by Seleucus, 120 ; governed
by Octavius, who dies and is suc-
ceeded by Lucullus, II. 486 f., 544;
taken from Tigranes by Lucullus,
V. 202; 182; given Pompey by
Manilian law, 190, 230; governed
by Cicero, VII. 172; ix. 218;
276

Cilicians, join Sertorius, VIII. 18, 22
Cilician ships, defeated by Cimon,
II. 462



359



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE ' LIVES '



Cilles, Ptolemy's general, defeated
by Demetrius, IX. 14

Cimber, Tillius, petitions Caesar,
vil. 596

Cimbri, invade Italy, and destroy
Oaepio's army, II. 140, 560,
VIII. 6, IX. 488; 496; 502; force
Catulus to retreat, 526; defeated
by Marius at Vercellae, 530, II.
596, VII. 454

Cimmerians, said to be same as
Cimbri, IX. 490

Cimon (1), grandfather of the famous
Cimon, dubbed Coalemus, II. 412

Oimon (2), compared with Lucullus,
II. 410; his family and character,
41 2 f . ; his appearance ; serves
with distinction against Persians,
418 f., 282 ; takes command of
allies, captures Elon from Persians,
422 ; seized Scyros, found Theseus'
bones, 426 f., I. 84: very generous
to citizens, II. 432 f . ; incorruptible,
popular with allies, 436 f.; cleared
Asia of Persian arms from Ionia
to Pamphylia, 438 f . ; defeats
Persians at Eurymedon, 440 f.;
makes Persia accept humiliating
peace, 444

Beautifies Athens, 446; ac-
quitted on charge of being bribed
by Alexander, King of Macedonia,
448, III. 30; popular with Sparta,
II. 452, 56; ostracized for helping
Sparta, 466, III. 26; recalled, 28,
II. 458 ; sails against Egypt and
Cyprus, 460 f . ; dies besieging
Oitium, 464, III. 32

See also II. 14, 66, 84, 244, 292,
316, III. 14, 18, 26, 82, 198, 204,
VII. 32.

Sayings : II. 436, 452, 456

Cimonian funeral monuments, II.
466

Cineas (1), father of Thallus, vm.
172

Cineas (2), Thessalian, pupil of
Demosthenes; urges Pyrrhus not
to go to aid of Tarentuin, IX. 384;
sent to Tarentuin with 3000
soldiers, 388, 392 ; sent by Pyrrhus
on embassy to Rome, 402; 406;
408; sent on second embassy to
Rome, 412 ; sent ahead to Sicily,
418

360



Cingonius Varro, see " Varro, Cin-
gonius."

Cinna, L. Cornelius (1), father of
Cornelia, once supreme at Rome,
VII. 122, 442; bribes L. Terentius
to slay Pompey, V. 122, 124;
permitted by Sulla to be elected
consul, IV. 356 ; supports Marius,
vin. 10; defeated by Octavius in
the forum, 12, IX. 578; joined by
Marius, 580; enters Rome with
bodyguard, 584 ; drives Crassus to
Spain, III. 322 ; assassinated
Octavius, IV. 364; 396; IX. 586;
has Bardyaei Flam, 590, VI. 190;
slain by centurion, V. 126, vm.
12 f., in. 326

Cinna, L. Cornelius (2), cowed when
he starts to denounce Caesar, VI.
166, 170, VII. 602; gives Brutus
500 horsemen, VI. 180

Cinna, poet, friend of Caesar, killed
in mistake by mob, VI. 170 ,VII. 602

Circe, mother of Romanus by Odys-
seus, I. 92

Circeii, Roman colony, surrenders to
Coriolanus, IV. 184, IX. 562

Circeium, promontory of Latium, vil.
202, 578

Circus Maximus, has altar of god
Census hid underground, I. 128,
154

Circus Flaminius, II. 592, V. 510, X.
322

Cirrha, I. 302 ; outraged oracle of
Delphi, 428

Cirrhaeton(Cereatae ?), village in terri-
tory of Arpinum, IX. 468

Cissus, announces absconding of
Harpalus to Alexander, vil. 346

Cissusa, spring where infant Dionysus
bathed, IV. 312

Cithaeron, mountain, had cave of
Sphragitic nymphs, II. 246, 248,
252, IV. 310, VII. 56

Cithaeronian Hera, II. 246

Citiaeans, vil. 322

Citium, besieged by Cimon who died
there, II. 464, 466, X. 52

Cius, revenue of, offered Phocion by
Alexander, VIII. 186

Clarius, river in Cyprus, I. 476

Claros, sanctuary of, V. 174

Clastidium, battle of, in which
Marcellus routs Gaesatae, V. 448



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Claudia, daughter of Appius Claudius,
wife of Ti. Gracchus, X. 150

Claudian family, descended from
Appius Clausus, a Sabine, I. 558

" Claudius," surname from physical
characteristic, IV. 144

Claudius, Appius, see " Appius
Claudius."

Claudius, M., father of M. Claudius
Marcellus, V. 436

Claudius Caesar (Ti. Claudius Drusus
Nero Germanicus), son of Drusus
and Antonia, became emperor,
married Agrippina and adopted h^r
son L. Domitius, giving him name
Nero Germanicus, IX. 332, XI. 228,
252

Claudius Marcellus, see " Marcellus,
Claudius."

Clausus, Appius, see " Appius
Clausus."

Clazomenae, III. 254, IV. 80

Cleaenetus, Cleomedon's son, dis-
graced himself, IX. 56

Cleander, of Mantineia, reared Philo-
poemen, X. 256

Cleandridas, father of Gylippus, in.
66 ; bribed by Pericles, 64

Cleanthes (1), cited, IV. 14

Cleanthes (2), freedman and physician
of Cato the Younger, VIII. 404

Clearchus (1), Macedonian, sent on
embassy to Thebes, vn. 42

Clearchus (2), ordered by Spartans
to help Cyrus, XI. 138; fought at
Cunaxa, 142 f.; seized and exe-
cuted by Artaxerxes, 166 f.

Cleidemus, cited, I. 38, 62, II. 30, 272

Cleinias (1), friend of Solon, I. 444

Cleinias (2), father of Alcibiades,
fought at Artemisium, slain at
Coroneia, IV. 2, 60

Oleinlas (3), chief magistrate of
Sicyon, father of Aratus, slain by
Abantidas, XI. 4

Cleisthenes, grandfather of Agariste,
expelled Peisistratidae, established
constitution, II. 214, 450, III. 6

Cleitarchus, cited, n. 72, VII. 356

Cleitomachus, teacher of Philo the
Academic, Ml. 86, 90

Cleitor, woman of, wife of Cimon,
II. 450

Cleitorians, outwitted by Soils, I.
208



Cleitus (1), saves Alexander's life at
battle of Granicus, vn. 266;
murdered by Alexander, 258, 368-
374

Cleitus (2), brings Phocion and his
party to Athens for trial, VIII.
224

Cleitus (3), Brutus' servant, refuses
to slay him, VI. 242

Clemency, temple of, decreed, VII.
574

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

Cleocritus, Corinthian, at battle of
Salamis, II. 236; 274

Cleodaeus, son of Hyllus, father of
Lanassa, IX. 346

Cleomantis, Lacedaemonian, sooth-
sayer with Alexander, vn. 368

Cleombrotus (1), younger brother of
Agesipolis, succeeds to throne of
Sparta, X. 8; sent into Boeotia
with army, V. 66, 370; sent again,
78 ; defeated and slain at Leuctra,
78, 394, IV. 452, X. 48

Cleombrotus (2), son-in-law of Leo-
nidas, made king of Sparta, X. 26 ;
with Agis replaces ephors, 28;
pardoned by Leonidas, 36-40

Cleomedes, of Astypaleia, disappeared
like Romulus, I. 180

Cleomedon, father of Cleaenetus, IX.
56

Cleomenes (1), one of 5 Spartan
arbitrators, I. 428

Cleomenes (2), son of Cleombrotus,
king of Sparta after his brother
Agesipolis, had 2 sons, Acrotatus
and Cleonymus, X. 8 f .

Cleomenes C3), son of Leonidas,
marries Agiatis, widow of Agis,
X. 50; studies philosophy with
Sphaerus of Borysthenis, succeeds
Leonidas as king, 52 ; decides to
change order of things, 54; sent
by ephors to occupy precinct of
Athena at Belbina, 56; defeats
Aratus near Mt. Lycaeum, 58, XI.
82 ; defeats Aratus and Lydiades
at Megalopolis, 82 f ., X. 60 f . ; has
ephors slam, 66, XI. 86; restores
constitution of Lycurgus, X. 68 f .

Devastates land of Megalopolis,
74 : his manner of life, 76 f . ; takes
Mantineia, defeats Achaeans at



361



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES '



Dyme, 78 f., XI. 90; demands
leadership of Achaeans, X. 80 f . ;
repeats demand at 2nd conference,
is insulted by Aratus, 84 f., XI.
90; takes Argos, X. 88, XI. 90;
joined by Cleonae, Phlius and other
cities, X. 90 ; gets Corinth, 90, XI.
92 f . ; repeats demand for leader-
ship of Achaeans, promises Aratus
yearly pension of 12 talents, 96,

X. 92 ; checks Antigonus, 92 ;
loses Corinth and Argos, 96, XI.
102; takes Megalopolis, X. 102,
264; defeated by Antigonus at
Sellasia, goes to Egypt, 112-122,

XI. 106; put in detention, X. 130;
breaks out of prison, 134; slays
himself; had been king of Sparta
16 years, 136

His words quoted : X. 56, 72,
78, 104, 116, 120, 128, 134

Cleomenes (4), Athenian orator, IV.
270

Cleon (1), attacks Pericles, III. 96,
102; opposed by Nicias, '212; his
methods, 214, 222, X. 148; his
connection with Pylos affair, HI.
230 f ., 234 ; slain 'at Amphipolis,
236; aped later by Stratocles, IX.
26; quoted, Til. 232

Cleon (2) of Halicarnassus, his speech
on changing the constitution of
Sparta memorized by Lysander,
IV. 302, 318, V. 54

Cleon (3) of Sicyon, murdered, XI. 4

Cleonae, taken by Corinth, II. 456 ;
scene of Hypereides' execution,
VII. 70, VIII. 210; brought into
Achaean League by Aratus, XI.
64 ; goes over to Cleomenes, X. 90

Cleonaeans, with Argives fight Corin-
thians, II. 268

Cleonice, of Byzantium, slain by
Pausanias, 11/420

Cleonides, Ptolemy's general, offered
bribe by Demetrius to free Sicyon
and Corinth, IX. 34

Cleonymus (1), son of Sphodrias,
intercedes for his father, V. 70;
slain at Leuctra, 80

Cleonymus (2), the Agiad, father of
Leonidas, did not become king of
Sparta, X. 8 f . ; scared from Thebes
by Demetrius, IX. 96 ; invites
Pyrrhus to attack Sparta, 404 f .

362



Cleopater, Achaean commander of
the Acrocorinthus, XI. 92

Cleopatra (1), niece of Attalus, married
to Philip, VII. 246, 250, 296 ; rebels
against Antipater and takes Mace-
donia to rule, 414

Cleopatra (2), by letter invited Leon-
natus to claim Macedonia, VIII. 86,
102

Cleopatra (3), daughter of Mithridates,
wife of Tigranes, II. 540

Cleopatra (4), banished by Potheinus,
recalled by Caesar, whom she
captivates, VII. 556 f., IX. 160;
summoned to Cilicia by Antony,
captivates him, 190 f.; called to
Syria by Antony, given Phoenicia,
Cpele Syria, Cyprus, large part of
Cilicia, balsam-producing part of
Judaea, part of Arabia Nabataea
sloping toward outer sea, 216 f.;
had two children by Antony,
Alexander and Cleopatra, 218;
sent back to Egypt by Antony,
220; draws Antony back to
Alexandria, 258 ; declare* Queen
of Egypt, Cyprus, Libya, and Coele
Syria by Antony, to share her
throne with Caesarion, 260; pre-
vails upon Antony to let her
accompany him to war, 264;
honoured by Athenians, 268 ; drives
Titius and Plancus to Octavius,
268 ; given the libraries of Por-
pamum by Antony, 270; estranges
Geminius, M. Silanus, and Dellius,
friends of Antony, 272

Induces Antony to wage war on
sea, 276, 280; with 60 ships flees
for Peloponnesus, followed by
Antony, 288; sent ahead into
Egypt from Paraetonium, 294 ;
tries to escape with ships into Red
Sea, 290 ; holds revel with Antony,
tests different poisons, 300; asks
of Octavius Egypt for her children,
302 ; promised reasonable treat-
ment if she casts out Antony, 304 ;
allows Antony to execute wife and
children of Seleucus, has tomb
erected near temple of Isis, 306 ;
hauls dying Antony into her tomb,
taken by Proculeius, 312 f.; holds
parley with Octavius, 320 f . ; com-
mits suicide and is buried beside



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Antony in royal state, 324; 39
when she died, had been queen
22 years, shared her power with
Antony more than 14, 330

Sayings: 202, 272, 278, 322,
324 f.

Cleopatra (5), daughter of Antony
and Cleopatra, given in marriage
by Octavia to King Juba, IX. 218,
330

Cleophanes, with Phocion in battle
near Tamynae, vin. 172

Cleophantus, son of Themistocles and
Archippe, II. 86

Cleoptolemus, his daughter married
to Antiochus, X. 366

Cleora, wife of Agesilaiis, V. 52

Clepsydra, IX. 212

Clientes, means dependants; their
relation to patrons, I. 126

Clitarchus, see " Cleitarchus."

Clodia (1), sister of Clodius, wife of
Metellus Celer, and called Quadran-
taria, VII. 154

Clodia (2), sister of Clodius, II. 582 ;
divorced from Lucallus, 594

Clodia (3), daughter of Fulvia, to be
married to Octavius, IX. 180

Clodius (1), praetor, defeated by
Spartacus, III. 338

Clodius (2), bis " An Examination
of Chronology " cited, I. 30 C

Clodius (3), soldier of Lepidus, IX.
176

Clodius, deserter in Brutus' camp, VI.
234

Clodius, Appius, see " P. Clodius
Pulcher."

Clodius Celsus, see " Celsus, Clodius."

Clodius Macer, governor of Africa,
does not join Galba, XI. 216, 230;
slain by Trebonius at the order of
Galba, 236

Clodius Pulcher, P., brother-in-law
of Lucullus, serves under him in
Asia, II. 534; demands Mithridates
from Tigranes, and is refused, 536 ;
secretly incites the soldiers against
him, 582; IX. 140; helped Cicero
in Catiline affair, VII. 152 ; com-
mits sacrilege against Bona Dea, is
brought to trial, is witnessed against
by Cicero, is acquitted, 150 f.,
462 f . ; elected tribune, drives
Cicero into banishment, 150, 156 f.,



162, 168, 476, V. 234, 240, VIII.
316 ; burns down Cicero's villas,
attacks Pompey, sends Cato on
mission to Cyprus, V. 240 f.,

VII. 166, VIII. 318; attacks Cato
after his return from Cyprus,

VIII. 344; brings charge against
Cicero for destroying records of
tribunes, VII. 168;' slain by Milo,
170 ; his funeral, VI. 170. See also
VIII. 278, 310

Cloelia, Roman maiden, her adven-
ture, I. 552

Cloelia (2), 3rd wife of Sulla, divorced,
IV. 344

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

Clothes, see " Dress."

Clubs, political, encouraged by Ly-
sanderin Asia, IV. 244; 206; 290

Clunia, city in Spain, XI. 218

Clusium, besieged by Gauls, gets help
of Rome, I. 348, II. 128

Cluvius Rufus, cited, XI. 280

Cnacion, later called Oenus, river at
Sparta, I. 222, V. 382

Cnidus, II. 440; near it Pharnabazus
and Conon defeat Peisander in
naval battle, V. 46, XI. 176 ; II. 478 :
given freedom by Caesar, VII. 554

" Coalemus," nickname of Cimon's
grandfather, II. 412

Coans, fish up golden tripod, to be
given to wisest man, I. 412 ; join
Lucullus, II. 478

Cocceius, Otho's nephew, XI. 312

Coele Syria, given Cleopatra by
Antony, IX. 216

Coelius, led left wing for Antony at
Actium, IX. 284

Coenus, ordered by Alexander to
attack Porus' right wing, VII. 396

Coinage, Solon made mina have 100
instead of 73 drachmas, I. 444;
purchasing power of drachma in
Solon's time, 466 ; prices in Solon's
time compared with those of
Plutarch's time, 468; IV. 276;
Lycurgus replaces gold and silver
currency by iron, I. 228 f., II. 390,
IV. 276, 28~4; price of sheep and
oxen in early Roman Republic,
I. 530, 532; value of Greek and
Roman coins compared, II. 124,
III. 130, IV. 326 ; Persian coin has

363



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



figure of archer on it, v. 40, XI.

174

Colchis, I. 66, II. 514, V. 190, 202 ;
invaded by Pompey, 206 ; 230

Colias, cape where Athenian women
sacrificed to Demeter, I. 422

Collatinus, Tarquinius, tee " Tar-
quinius Collatinus."

Colline gate, where unchaste Vestals
were buried alive, I. 342; gave
Brennus entrance to Home, II.
146

Collytus, Attic deme, VII. 28

Oolonis, village, threatened by
Messenians, X. 308

Colony, to Caria by loxus and
Ornytus, I. 18; of Athenians to
the Chersonese, to Naxos, Andros,
Thrace, Thurii,lll. 34, 58 ; to Siiiope,
62; to Hestiaea, 66: to Syracuse
from Asia and Corinth, VI. 316 ; to
Agrigentum and Gela from Velia
and Ceos, 344; to Velitrae by
Romans, IV. 144; to Tarentum
and Capua proposed by C. Grac-
chus, X. 214; to Carthage by
C. Gracchus, 220, 226

Colophonians, freed from Epigonus
by Lucullus, II. 478

Collytus, in Athens, VII. 28

Corneas, archon at Athens, I. 496

Comet, after Caesar's murder, vn.
604

Comedy, Greek, from it conclude
Greek doors opened outwards, I.
554; II. 596

Comic poets, m. 8, 44, 50, IV. 24,
28

Cominius, consul, invests Corioli, IV.
132; 140

Cominius, Pontius, carries message
through Gauls to Capit =1, II. 154 f .

Comitium surrounded by circular
trench, I. 118; derived from coire,
150

Commagene, V. 230, IX. 276

Commentaries, of Aratus, XI. 6, 74,
76, 88; of J. Caesar, VII. 496

Communism, of age of Cronos, II.
436

Commissioners, ten, sent to organize
Pontus, II. 588; X. 348

Concord, temple of, vowed by
Camillus, II. 204; built by consul
Opimius, X. 238; VII. 126

3 6 4



Confederacy of Delos, treasury moved

to Athens, III. 34
Connidas, tutor of Theseus, 1. 10
Conon (1), friend of Solon, I. 444
Conon (2), father of Timotheus, IV.

338; escapes from Aegospotami to

Evagoras in Cyprus, IV. 108; 260;

XI. 176; with Pharnabazus defeat?

Peisander off Cnidus, V. 46, XI.

176 f . ; ravages coast of Laconia,

V. 62

Conopion, burned body of Phocion,

VIII. 230

Considiu?, aged senator, VII. 476

Consta, P., summoned as witness by
Cicero, vil. 148

Cousualia, Koman festival, held
August 18th, I. 134

Consuls: M'. Acilius, X. 364; M.
Aemilius and L. Sextus (1st
plebeian), II. 206; Antony, vn.
190, 584, IX. 170: Antony and
Caesar, VI. 164; M. Atilius and
T. Manlius, X. 364; Brutus and
Collatinus, 1st consuls, I. 504;
Caesar, in. 354, VII. 562 ; 3rd tune
with Lepidus, IX. 160; 4th time,
VII. 570; 5th time with Antony,

IX. 162; Caesar and Bibulus, v.
236, yil. 472 ; Caesar and Scrvilius
Isauricus, 532 ; Camillus, not oncp,
IT. 94; Carbo, thrice, V. 138;
Cato Major and Valerius Flaccus,
II. 310, 330; Catulus and Marius,
IV. 332; Cicero and C. Antonius,
VII. 108, IX. 156; Cinna, IV. 356;
Cominius, IV. 132; Cotta, IX. 470;
Crassus and 0. Scipio, III. 192 ;
L. Domitius, VUI. 30 ; Gn. Domitius
and Messala, V. 256; Fabius
Haximus, 5 times, III. 174, 188,

VI. 366; Fabius, son of Fabius
Maximus, III. 186; 0. Fabricius
and Q. Aemilius, IX. 410; 0.
Fannius, X. 214; Flaccus, II. 582,
IV. 390 ; Fulvius Flaccus, X. 238 ;
C. Flaminius, III. 122 ; Flaminius
and Furius, V. 442 ; T. Flaminmus,

X. 296; T. Flamininus and Sextus
Aelius, X. 324; Fulvius and
Appius, III. 200; Gabinius and
Piso, VII. 160; S. Galba, XI. 210;
Gellius and Lentulus, III. 34H; Ti.
Gracchus, twice, X. 144; Hirtius
and Pansa, VI. 452, VII. 190,



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



IX. 174; M. Horatius, 5th man
elected, I. 634; Hostilius, VI.
376; Laevinus, IX. 392 ; Lentulus,
V. 270, VII. 166, 518, IX. 150; M.
Lepidus, IV. 434, V. 150; Lucullus
and M. Gotta, II. 484, V. 162;
Lucretius, 4th time, I. 534; C.
Mancinus, X. 152; Manius, X.
304; Marcellus, V. 464, X. 324;
3rd time, V. 466; 4th time, 496;
5th time, 512 ; Marcellus, 5 times,

III. 174, V. 436, 442, X. 372; Mar-
cellus and Gnaeus Cornelius, V.
446; 0. Marcellus, V. 268, VII.
514, IX. 148; Marius, IX. 482,
486; 1st time, IV. 328; 2nd and
3rd times, 330, IX. 492, 498; 4th
time with Lutatius Catulus, 500;
5th time, 522; 6th time, 542;
7th time, 590; younger Marius,

VIII. 14; Maxiinus, VII. 576;
Cornelius Merula with Octavius,

IX. 578; Caecilius Metellus, IX.
476; L. Murena and Silanus,
VIII. 284; Norbanus, IV. 410;
Octavius and Cinna, VIII. 10, IX.
578; Octavius Caesar, VI. 184;
with Cicero's son, VII. 208; Opi-
mius, X. 226; Orestes, 198;
Paulus, V. 268, VII. 514; Aemiliu.s
Paulus, twice, VI. 366; Aemilius
Paulus, son of preceding, 366;
2nd time, 378; Philippus, vni.
330; Piso, Y. 182; Piso and
(labinius, 240, VII. 474, VIII. 316;
1'ompeius, IV. 350; Pompey and
Crassus, III. 350, V. 166, 250, VIII.
334; Pompey, sole consul, V.
258, VII. 512, VIII. 350; Valerius
Publicola, I. 518; 2nd time with
T. Lucretius, 542; 3rd time, 546;
4th time, 556 ; L. Quintius (Plami-
ninus), II. 350; Caninius Revilius,
VII. 576 ; Rufinus, IV. 324 ; Mucius
Scaevola, X. 162 ; Cornelius Scipio
(Africanus Major), III. 190; Scipio
(Africanus Minor), IX. 492; Scipio
( Asiaticus), IV. 414, V. 130 ; Metellus
Scipio with Pompey, 262; Scipio
Nasica and 0. Marcius, 444; Ti.
Sempronius, 444, II. 334; Silanus
and Murena, VII. 116 ; Spinther,
V. 244; Sulla and Q. Pompeius,

IV. 342 ; M. Valerius and Postumius
Tubertos, I. 654 ; Valerius Corvinus,



many times, IX. 542; Terentius

Varro and Aemilius Paulus, III.

158 f.

" Consuls" means counsellors, I. 128
Consulship, arrogant powers taken

away by Publicola, I. 568; III.

186; why candidates wear toga

without tunic, IV. 148; given to

Marius absent, IX. 492
Census, god of counsel; his altar in

Circus Maximus, I. 128
Contributions, II. 482, 532, III. 36,

IV. 22

Copillu*, chief of Tectosages, cap-
tured by Sulla, IV. 330

Coponius, commander of garrison at
Carrhae, III. 404

Cora, daughter of Aldoneus and
Phersephone, I. 72

Cora, temple of, near Hysiae at foot
of Cithaeron, II. 248; goddess of
Syracuse, delivered Cerberus into
Heracles' hands, III. 210; goddess
of Eleusis, IV. 60

Coracesium, promontory in Cilicia,

V. 184

Corcyne, nurse, accompanied Ariadne
to'Naxos, I. 42

Corcyra, n. 64; aided by Athens,
III. 82, 84; in league against
Philip, VII. 40, VI. 278; captured
by Agathocles, IX. 368; garrisoned
by Demetrius, 372; VI. 448; vm.
370

Corduba, VII. 482

Cordylion, surname of Atneuodorus
the Stoic, VIII. 256

Coreia, festival of Persephone, VI.
118

Corfinium, surrenders to Caesar, vn.
526

Corfinius, refurnished Pompey's house,
VII. 562. See also " Corniflcius."

Corinth, I. 56, 412, II. 16, 274, 64,
456 ; at war with Corcyra, III. 82,
84; its territory raided by Nicias,
228; displeased" by Peace of Nicias,
240, IV. 48, 292; battle of, V. 40,
44; captured by Agesilaiis and
Teleutias, 56; in league against
Philip, VII. 40; sends Timoleon to
Sicily, VI. 206; 268; 270; 276;
sends Timoleonreinforcements, 298 ;
304; 308; 312; sends colonists to
Syracuse, 314; 332; freed by



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Demetrius, IX. 58 ; X. 10 ; XI. 20 ;
joins Achaean League, 52; 56;
joins Cleomenes, X. 90, XI. 94;
garrisoned by Antigonus, 96; pro-
claimed free by Flamininus, X.
350, 358; brought over to Eome
by Cato the Elder, n. 336 ; taken
by Mummius, III. 430, IX. 464, X.
316 ; restored by Caesar, VII.
576

Coriolanus, C. Marcius, his family
and character, iv. 118 f. ; fought
against Tarquin when a boy, 122 ;
takes Corioli, 132f.; helps the
consul rout the Volscians, 136f.;
is named Coriolanus, 140 ; opposes
the plebs, runs for consul, not
elected, 148 f . ; opposes distributing
corn gratis, 154f. ; is denounced
by the tribunes, 156 f . ; condemned
by the tribunes to be cast from
Tarpeian rock, is rescued, 160 f . ;
is tried before the people and
condemned to perpetual banish-
ment, 166 f .

Goes to the Volscians, 170; is
appointed general with Tullus for
war on Rome, raids Roman land,
182 f.; takes Circeii, ravages land
of Latins, takes Bola, 186; be-
sieges Lavlnium, marches against
Rome, 188; gives terms of peace
to Roman embassy, 190; with-
draws and attacks allies of Rome,
192; returns to attack Rome, 194;
spares Rome and withdraws at the
intercession of his mother, 208;
hated by Tullus and asked to give
an account of his administration,
214; slain by a party of VoLscians,
216

His words given: 136, 140, 166,
172 f., 208

Corioli, captured from the Volscians,
IV. 132

Cornelia (1), daughter of Scipio, wife
of Ti. Gracchus the Elder, refused
hand of Ptolemy; mother of the
Gracchi, X. 146 f., 152; 162; 206;
said to have helped C. Gracchus in
his seditious measures, 226; her
life after death of C Gracchus,
240; IX. 556

Cornelia (2), daughter of Metellus
Scipio, married Publius, son of

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Crassus, then Pompey ; her accom-
plishments, V. 260, 286; learns of
disaster at Pharsalus, flees with
her husband, 310; sees Pompey
murdered, receives remains of
Pompey, buries them at Alban
villa, 320 f .

Cornelia (3), daughter of Cinna, wife
of Caesar, VII. 442, 450; had
daughter by Caesar who married
Pompey, 452

Cornellii, three fated to become
monarchs at Rome, Vli. 122, IX.
464

Cornelius, leader of party of Sulla's
men, spares Caesar for 2 talents,
VII. 444

Cornelius, C., acquaintance of Livy,
augurs Caesar's victory at Phar-
salus, VII. 554

Cornelius, Gnaeus, appointed col-
league in consulship by Marcellus,
V. 446, 448

Cornelius, P., with M. Baebius con-
sul about 400 years after Numa,
I. 380

Cornelius Cethegus, see " Cethegus,
Cornelius."

Cornelius Cossus, won spolia opima
from Tolumnius the Tuscan, I. 138,

V. 454

Cornelius Laco, prefect of praetorian

guard under Galba, XI. 230; slain

by Otho's soldiers, 268
Cornelius Merula, consul with

Octavius, replacing Cinna, IX. 578
Cornelius Nepos, cited, II. 608, V.

520, X. 194
Cornel-tree, the sacred, story of,

I. 154
Cornificius, L., prosecutor of Brutus,

VI. 184

Cornificius, Q., has 2 legions for
Caesar, VII. 544

Cornutus, rescued from Marius by
slaves, IX. 586

Coroebus, began sanctuary of mys-
teries at Eleusis, III. 40

Coroneia, battle of, Athenians under
Tolmides defeated by Boeotians,



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