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Epicurus (2), II. G12, VI. 206, VII. 596 ;

during siege of Athens maintained

lives of associates by distributing

beans, IX. 82, 408
Epicydes, son of Euphemides, popular

leader bought off by Themistocles,

11.16
Epicydidas, br ngs message to Ages-

ilalis, v. 38
Epidamnus, VI. 180.
Epidaurus, besieged by Pericles, III.

102; joined Achaean league, XI.

54; taken over by Cleomenes, X.

90, 94 ; sacred treasures, of, used by

Sulla, rv. 362 ; temple of Asclepias

there, V. 174
Epigethes, prominent citizen of

PellenS, XI. 72
Epigonus, tyrant of Colophon, arrested

by Lucullus, II. 478
Epilycus, Tisander's father, ill. 104
Epimenides, of Phaestus, considered

by some one of 7 wise rneu, I. 432
Epipolae, part of city of Syracuse, in.

266, 284, VI. 58, 62
Epirus, I. 72, II. 64, IX, 346 ; Pyrrhus

put on its throne by Q-laucias, 352,

356; devoted to Pyrrhus, 358;

plundered by Demetrius, 100, 430,

X. 328 ; overrun by Romans, X. 332 ;



pillaged by troops of Aemilius

Paulup, VI. 432
Epitadeus, ephor, introduced law

permitting man to give or will his

estate to whomsoever he wished,

X. 12
Epitaph, of Abrotonon, mother of

Themistocles, II. 2 ; 276 ; of Timon,

IX. 298f.

Epitimus, Pharsalian, in. 104
" Epitragia," why a surname of

Aphrodite, i. 36
Epixyes, satrap of Upper Phrygia,

plots to kill Themistocles, II. 82
Epoptae, IV. 60.
" Eppptic," term applied to secret

philosophical teachings, VII. 240
Erasistratus (1), father of Phaeax,

IV. 28
Erasistratus (2), son of Phaeax, cited,

v.40
Erasistratus (3), physician at court of

Seleucus, IX. 92
Eratosthenes, cited, I. 204; (On

Wealth) II. 74; vn. 22, 74, 228, 314
Erechtheus, ancestor of Theeeus on

father's side, I. 6 ; father of Merope,

grandfather of Daedalus, 38, 72
Eresos, Phanias of, I. 496
Eretria, Plutarch expelled from it by

Phocion, VIII. 172
Ergadeis, one of 4 original tribes of

Attica; why so called, I. 468
Erginus, Syrian, helped Aratus take

Acrocorinthus, helped in attempt

on Peiraeus, XI. 40, 76
Ergoteles, waits to seize Themistocles

when he lands in Asia, II. 68
Erianthus, Theban, iv. 27'J
Ericius, served under Sulla, IV. 378,

384
Erigius, friend of Alexander in his

youth, banished by Philip, VII. 248
Erinyes, shrine of, at Athens, I. 430
Eros, Anthony's slave, refuses to kill

him, IX. 310

Erycina, in Sicily, IX. 574
Eryx, taken by Pyrrhus, IX. 418
Esquiline hill, a city-gate of Home

upon it, IV. 354
Estate, of Demosthenes, father of the

orator, VII. 8 ; of Aemilius Paulus,

VI. 458
Eteocles, Spartan, re Lysander, tv.

284



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Etesian winds, VI. 48

"Ethics," book by Theophrastus,

in. 110
Etruria, pacified by Marcellus, V.

512 ; its cities give C. Scipio money

for war in Africa, m. 192 ; VH. 106
Etymocles, friend of Agesilaiis, V. 70
Eua, its meaning, V. 494
Euboea, governed by tyrant Tyn-

nondas, I. 438 ; siezed by Athens,

III. 20, 56 ; reinvaded and subdued
by Pericles, 66, 200; occupied by
Archelaus, VI. 358; brought under
sway of tyrants by Philip, freed by
Athens, VII. 40

Euboeans, fearing abandonment, send

Pelagon with large sums of money

to Themistocles, 11.20; in. 64;

proclaimed free by Flamininus at

Isthmian games, X. 350
Eubulus, Athenian, orator merely,

VIII. 160
Euchidas, fetched fire from Delphi to

Plataea in one day, 1000 furlongs,

H. 276

Kucleia, who she was, II. 278
Eucleidas (1), Spartan at court of

Artaxerxes II., XI. 134f .
Eucleidas (2), brother of Cleomenes,

chosen as colleague in kingship by

him, X. 74, 248; commanded a

wing at Sellasia, 114 ; defeated and

slain, 116, 268
Encleides (1), new alphabet used after

his archonship, II. 212
Eucleides (2), sent by Timoleon to

receive surrender of acropolis from

Dionysius, VI. 290
Euctus, Perseus' treasurer, slain by

him, VI. 416
" Eudaemon," surname of 2nd Battus

IV. 142

Eudamidas (1), younger son of Archi-

damus, succeeded his brother Agis

to throne of Sparta, X. 8
Eudamidas (2), succeeded Archi-

damus, succeeded by Agis as king

of Sparta, X. 8
Eudamus, master of elephants under

Eumenes, VIII. 128
Eudemus (1), Cyprian, urges Dion to

free Sicily. On death of Eudemus

Aristotle wrote dialogue " On the

Soul," vi. 46
Eudemus (2), of Pergamum, brought



will of Attains Philometor to Rome,
X. 176

Eudoxus, with Archytas, originates
mechanics and uses it in geometrical
problems, v. 470

" Euergetes," surname, its origin, iv.
142

" Euius," name for Dionysus, V. 496

Euius, flute-player of Alexander, vill.
80

Eulaeus, Perseus' treasurer, slain by
him, VI. 416

Eumelus, father of Xenagoras, VI.
394

Eumenes (1), of Cardia, his family;
advanced by Philip, then by
Alexander, VIII. 78 ; often quarrels
with Alexander and Hephaestion,
80 f . ; given satrapy of Cappadocia,
Paphlagonia, and southern coast of
Euxine as far as Trapezus, 84 ; helped
by Perdiccas to master his satrapy,
sent by Perdiccas to pacify Armenia,
88; appointed, commander of
forces in Armenia and Cappadocia,
defeats Neoptolemus, 90; rejects
overtures of Antipater and Craterus,
92 ; defeats and slays them, 96 f . ;
winters at Celaenae, 102 ; defeated
through treachery by Antigonus at
Orcynii, 104; takes refuge in Nora,
108

Besieged by Antigonus in Nora,
110 f.; takes oath of fealty to
Antigonus with alteration, then
flees, 114f. ; receives letters from
Macedonia ordering him to wage
war on Antigonus, 116; prevents
Antigonus with loss from crossing
the river Pasitigris, 120; though
sick deters Antigonus from attack-
ing-, 122; though warned of plot
against his life, still fights Anti-
gonus with partial success, 126 f. ;
taken prisoner by the Silver-
shields, his own men, and given to
Antigonus, 130 f., who finally has
him executed, 136; 4.
Quoted, 102, 108, 132, 134

Eumenes (2), received at Rome with
extravagant honours by senate, II.
324; X. 384

Eumenes, IX. 274

Eumenides, shrine of, in Athens, I.
62



382



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Euruolpidae, Athenian family, IV. 60,

96

Eumolpus, IV. 368
Euneos, Athenian, brother of Thoas

and Solois, with former made

president and law-giver of Pytho-

polis by Theseus, I. 58 f .
Eunomus (1), genealogy, relation to

Lycurgus, I. 206
Eunomus (2), Thriasian, upbraids

Demosthenes, vn. 16
Eunus, runaway slave who headed

Servile war in Sicily eaten of worms,

IV. 440
Euphemides, Athenian, father of

Epicydes, II. 16
Euphorion, father of Solon according

to Philocles, I. 404
Euphranor, engineer, exile from

Syracuse, made ladders for Aratus,

XI. 12

Euphrantides, seer, advises sacrific-
ing 3 sons of Sandauce, II. 38,

238
Euphrates, crossed by Clodius, II.

534, 546, 548, 590,; crossed by

Crassus, III. 364, 372
Euphronius, teacher of Antony and

Cleopatra's children, sent by them on

embassy to Caesar Octavius, IX.

302
Eupolemus, son of Hicetas, captured

and executed, vi. 338
Eupolia (1), daughter of Melesippidas

wife of Archidamus, mother of

Agesilaus V. 2
Eupolia (2), daughter of Agesilaus, V.

52
Eupolis, cited :

Cities (Kock I. 315), II. 450
Demes (Kock I. 280), in. 8;
(281), IV. 28; (282), m.
70

Maricas (Kock I. 308), III. 220
Euripides, died and buried at Arethusa

in Macedonia; his tomb struck

by lightning, I. 302; knowledge

of his poetry saved some Athenian

prisoners at Syracuse, m. 308;
Alexander of Pherae greatly affected

by " Trojan Women," V. 414; some

of his plays sent to Alexander,
vn. 242 ; " Bacchae " being given
before Hyrodes when head of
CrassMS is brought in, m. 420



Plays cited :

Andromache 1 (587f.), 1. 392; (683),

VII. 372

Bacchae (4f.), IX. 114; (8), I.
404; (260), VII. 378; (310 f.),
X. 168; (1170-72), III. 420;
(1179), 422
"Blectra (167), IV. 272
Epinikion (Bergk II. 266), IV.. 26
Epitaph (Bergk II. 265), in. 268
See also IV. 4, VII. 2
Erechtheus Nauck (474), III. '.'38
Hercules Furens (173 f .), VIII. 362
Iphigeneia at Aulis (445 f .), III.

224

Licymnius (Nauck 507), V. 492
Medeia (215), VI. 338; (334), 240
Orestes (129), IV. 64
Phoenissae (68), IX. 370; (396),
34; (517 f.), 386; (524 f.), III.
434; (532 f.), IV. 332
Suppliants (653 f .), I. 66 ; (863),

V. 34G; (1213), 68
Trojan Women (766), V. 38
Unidentified (Nauck 473), II.
414; (474), III. 238; (6.VJ), VII.
378; (671), V. 308; (679), III,
168, V. 528, IX. 336; (680), I.
28, 464

Eurotas river, supplied rushes for
pallet-beds of Spartan boys, 1. 258 ;
V. 50 ; crossed by Thebans under
Epaminonda?, V. 88, 396; 382
Eurybiades, Spartan, humoured and
bribed by Themistocles at Artemis-
ium, II. 20 ; wishes to abandon
Salamis, 234; worsted in wordy
encounter with Themistocles, 32 ;
given 1st prize for valour by
Spartans, 48
Eurycleidas, messenger of Cleomenes,

X. 64

Eurycleides, with Micion prevents
Athenians from helping Aratus, XI.
94

Eurycles (1), his proposal as to treat-
ment of the captive Athenians
adopted by Syracusans, Hi. 304
Eurycles (2), Laconian, son of
Lachares, pursues Antony's ship
at Actiurn, IX. 288

Eurydice (1), sister of Phila, wife of
Ptolemy, gives daughter Ptolemais
in marriage to Demetrius, IX. 116
Eurydice (2), widow of Opheltn - ,



383



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



descendant of ancient Miltiades,

married by Demetrius, rx. 32 ;

mother of Corrhagus, 134
Eurylochus, of Aegae, soldier of

Alexander, VII. 346
Eurymedon, battles of, n. 440
Eurymedon, brings Nicias money from

Athens, III. 278
Eurypon, Spartan king, gave name to

royal line because popular, I. 208
Eurypontids, a house of the Hera-

cleidae, royal line at Sparta, I. 208,

IV. 300, 318, V. 328 ; Agis one, X. 8
Euryptolemus, father of Isodice,

II. 416 ; son of Megacles, 452 ;
kinsman of Pericles, III. 18; of
AJcibiades, IV. 94

Eurysaces, son of Ajax, with his

brother Philaeus became Athenian

citizen and made over Salamis to

Athens, I. 426; founder of Alci-

biades' family, IV. 2
Euterpd, Carian, wife of Neocles and

mother of Themistocles according

to Phanlas, II. 2
Euthlppus, of Anaphlystus, friend of

Cimon, slain at Tanagra, II. 458
Euthydemus, colleague of Nicias, III.

278; with Menander defeated by

Syracusans, 280
Euthymus, Leucadian, defeated by

Gisco, VI. 334; Hicetas' master of

horse, captured and executed, 338
Euthynus, Thespian according to

Oallisthenes, warns Agesilalis, V. 96.
Eutychus, his name of good omen to

Octavian, EX. 284
Euxine sea, expedition to, by Pericles,

III. 60 ; northern limit of Eumenes'
territory, VIII. 84; II. 482 ; boundary
of territory of Iberians, V. 204 ; 206

Evalcus, Spartan, slain by Pyrrhus,IX.

448
Evander (1) Arcadian, husband of

Carmenta or Nicostrate, I. 156;

came to Italy, 124
Evander (2), Cretan, remains with

Perseus in his flight, VI. 416
Evander's hill, near Messene, X. 308
Evangelus (1), Pericles' steward, most

economical, in. 52
Evangelus (2), his ' Tactics "' studied

by Philopoemen, X. 264
Evanthes, Samian, cited, I. 430
Exathres, brother of Dareius, admitted

384



as companion of Alexander, vil.

352
Execestides, father of Solon, descended

from Solon, I. 404
" Exegetics,' work of Autocleides, in.

292
Exhibitions, choral and gymnastic,

given by Nicias to win favour, in.

214
Expedition, Sicilian, in. 250 f., IV.

44 f.
Exports, from Athens, I. 470



Pabia, sister of Terentia, Cicero's wife,
slandered by Clodius, vm. 278

Fabii, origin of the family, ill. 118;
3 men of, sent as ambassadors to
Gauls, denounced by the Fetiales,

II. 130 f.; 300 of.sla'in by Tuscans,
136

Fabius (1), founder of family of Fabii,

III. 118

Fabius (2), pontifex maximus, with
the other priests and aged ex-
consuls refuses to leave Rome, n.
146

Fabius (3), great-grandfather of
Fabius Cunctator, 6 times consul,
served as legate under his son when
latter was consul, in. 188

Fabius (4), son of preceding, consul,
celebrated triumph, in. 188

Fabius (5), pro-praetor, sent grain
from Spain to Rome, x. 210

Fabius (6), Lucullus' legate, defeated
by Mithridates, n. 584

Fabius Ambustus, see " Ambustus,
Q. Fabius."

Fabius Buteo, dictator with Marcus
Junius after Cannae, III. 146

Fabius Fabulus, said to have slain
Galba, XI. 266

Fabius Maximus (1) Cunctator Verru-
cosus, his family and character, in.
118 f.; in his 1st consulship
triumphs over Ligurians, 120 ; after
defeat of Romans at lake Thrasy-
mene appointed dictator, appoints
M. Minucius master of horse, 126 ;
follows Hannibal but avoids battle,
130 f . ; pens Hannibal up in
district of Casiliuum, 134; lets
Hannibal escape, 138 ; denounced
at Rome for his tactics, 140;



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



ransoms prisoners at his own
expense, 142 ; has to share power
of dictatorship with Minucius, 146;
rescues Minucius from disaster,
who resigns his equality of com-
mand, 152 f. ; lays down his
dictatorship, 168; urges Aemilius
Paulus the consul to be cautious,
160

Calms the citizens after Cannae,
170; is put in command with
Claudius Marcellus, 172; consul
5 times, escapes Hannibal's trap,
174 f.; believes in treating dis-
affection mildly, 176 f.; recaptures
Tarentum, 180f. ; incurs reproach
of perfidy and cruelty, 184; is
honoured by his son being made
consul, 186 ; opposes Scipio and
his policy, 190 f.; died at about
time Hannibal set sail from Italy,
196

See also II. 308, III. 6, V. 456, 492,
500, 506, VII. 478

Quoted: III. 134,152,160,178, 184,
186, 492

Fabius Maximus (2) son of preceding,
made consul, corrects his father,
III. 186; died in consulship before
his father, 120, 190

Fabius Maximus (3), son of Aemilius
Paulus and Papiria, VI. 364, 366;
seizes pass through Perrhaebia,
392; received all of his father's
estate, 458

Fabius Valens, commander of a legion
under Verginius Rufus, takes oath
of allegiance to Galba, XI. 226;
slew Fonteius in Germany by order
of Galba, 236; first to salute
Vitellius as emperor, 254; iu
possession of Alps, 286; his
character, 290 f., 294

Fabius Pictor, kinsman of Fabius
Cunctator, sent to consult oracle of
Delphi after Cannae, III. 170 f;
follows Diocles of Peparethus in hi: -
account of Romulus and founding
of Rome, I. 9G; cited, I. 96, 112,
126

Fables related : II. 50, IV. 130, V. 102,
VII. 56, VIII. 162

Fabricius, C., explains defeat at
Heraclela, IX. 400 ; heads embassy to
Pyrrhus re exchange of pri~o> ers,



406, made consul, warns Pyrrhu?
of plot to poison him, 410, x. 378;
II. 386; 394; quoted IX. 408

Fabulus, Fabius, see " Fabius
Fabulus."

" Faenum habet in corna," origin and
significance of saying, III. 334

Faith, see " Fides."

Falerians, with Capenates, utterly
defeated by Camillus, II. 98 ; con-
quered by Camillus, 104; attacked
by Romans under Camillus, make
peace with Rome, 116 f., 130

Falerii, attacked by Romans on
account of insult to tribune
Genucius, X. 204 ; besieged by
Camillus, II. 116 ; induced to yield
by his treatment of traitorous
schoolmaster, 120, Hi. 122

Faliscans, see " Falerians."

Famine, in Citium, n. 466 ; in Athens,

IV. 270 ; 366, in Rome, I. 546
Fannia, divorced from Titinnius,

befriends Marius, IX. 570
Faunius, C., says Ti. Gracchus with

himself first to scale wall of Carthage

X. 152, elected consul, 212 ; 222
Far-darter, epithet applied to Apollo,

X. 358
Fasces, what they were, I. 172;

carried before Vestals in public,

342; 528
Father, his right to sell sons curtailed

by Numa, I. 366
Faunus, demi-god, once haunted

Aventine, I. 158, 358; husband of

Bona according to Romans, vil.

462
Fausta, twin daughter of Sulla and

Metella, IV. 434

Faustulus, servant of Amulius, ex-
posed children of Ilia, I. 96 ; reared

Ilia's twins, 102; 108; slain with

Remus, 116
Faustus, twin son of Sulla and Metella,

FV. 434; thrashed by Cassius, VI.

144; married Pompey's daughter,

V. 238, 326, VII. 474; V. 224;
placarded his household goods for
sale, vil. 150

Favonius, Cato's friend, last to take
oath to uphold Caesar's land law,
VIII. 314; vil. 496; 542; elected
aedile, vni. 348; V. 274, VII. 524;
V. 290, 334; on board ship acts as

385



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Pompey's valet, 30G ; not informed
of conspiracy to murder Caesar,
VI. 148 f.; reconciles Brutus and
Cassius at Sardis, -00

Fear, temple to, at Sparta, X. 66;
signs of, XI. 08

" Febrata," ancient name of day of
feast of Lupercalia, 1. 156

February, means purification, I. 156,
370; intercalary month called
Mercedinus by Romans, 366

Fees, for public services introduced by
Pericles, III. 24; none charged by
Cato the Elder, u. 304

" Felix," title adopted by Sulla, IV.
434

Fenestella, cited, III. 326

Ferentine gate, 1. 166

Festival, of Adonis, described, III.
256, IV. 48; of Ceres, III. 170;
Coreia, VI. 118; Dionysiac, VII.
308, IX. 28 ; Hyacinthia, at Sparta,
II 244 ; Lupercalia, VII. 584 ;
Lysandreia of Samians, IV. 280 ; of
The Pitchers, IX. 298; Saturnalia,
license of slaves then, iv. 386 ;
Thesmophoria, V. 352; iv. 390

Fetiales, priests established by Numa,
their duties, I. 346, II. 132

Fever-few, grew on acropolis at
Athens, IV. 366

Fidenae, people of, defeated by Romu-
lus and taken to Rome, 1. 138, 164 ;
attacked by Veii, 168; 560 f.

Fidentia, battle there between Sulla's
and Marius" men, IV. 412

Fides, temple to, erected by Numa,
I. 3fi2

Fimbria, assassinated Flaccus, IV.
36-1, 4U2, II. 490; defeated Mithri-
dates by land, asked Sulla to cut
him off by sea, 478 f. VIII. 64, X.
384 ; when his soldiers go over to
Sulla, commits suicide, IV. 404 ; II.
582 f.: quoted, 480

Fines: II. 412, 414, III. 64, 78, 102,
226, IV. 320, 406, V. 4, 10, 98, 204,
412, VI. 198, VII. 64, 100.

Fire, perpetual, in Greece entrusted
to widows past age of marrying;
how rekindled if extinguished, I.
338 f.; in Rome entrusted to
Vestals, 338 ; appointed by Numa
to be worshipped as first cause of all
things, II. 142

3 86



Firmum, soldiers from, under Cafe
the Elder at Thermopylae, II.
338

" Five Thousand," at Athens, on
getting control are remiss in waging
war on Sparta, IV. 74

Flaccus, Fulvius, see " Fulvius
Flaccus."

Flaccus, Hordeonius, sent by Galba
to succeed Verginius Rufus, xi.
226; 244; 252.

Flaccus, Valerius (1) induced Cato
the Elder to enter public life,
consul and censor with him, n.
310, 330, 350; made chief senator
by Cato, 350

Flaccup, Valerius (2) consul with
Marius in his 6th consulship, IX.
542 ; chosen consul (with Cinna),
crossing Ionian sea against Sulla,
IV. 330 ; slain by his soldiers
instigated by Fimbria, n. 582, iv.
364, 402

Flamen Quirinalis, added as priest of
Romulus by Numa Pompilius, T.
328

Flamens, named from their caps called
pilamenai, 1. 328, V. 446

Flamininus, L. Quintius, naval com-
mander on his brother's expedition
to Greece, X. 328; expelled from
senate by Cato the Elder, II. 350 f.,
X. 372 f.

Flamininus, T. Quintius, statue of him
at Rome, his disposition, X. 322 ;
served as military tribune under
Marcellus against Hannibal; consul
before 30, and assigned to war
against Philip, 324 ; crosses at
once to Epirus and relieves Publius
Villius, 328 ; learning of secret path,
forces the heights held by Philip,
330 f.; joined by Thessaly and
Achaeans, 334; joined by rest of
Greece, 336 ; is given extension of
command, 338; defeats Philip at
Cynoscephalae, 340 f ., IV. 364, ~VT.
372, X. 292 ; is vexed by Aetolians,
X. 344 ; restores Macedonia to
Philip on terms, 346 ; proclaims
freedom to the Greeks at the
Isthmian games, 350

Begins war with Nabis, tyrant of
Sparta, and then makes peace with
him, 358, 296 ; jealous of Philopoe-



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



men, honoured by Achaeans and
given Roman prisoners sold as
slaves by Hannibal, 360 ; spoils of
war shown at Eome, 362 ; made
lieutenant of Manius Acilius in war
against Antiochus, 364 ; intercedes
with Manius for Naupactus,
Aetolians, and Chalcidians, 366 ;
highly honoured by Chalcidians and
other Greeks, 368 ; made censor
with son of Marcellus, makes
Scipio Dean of Senate, quarrels
with Cato, 372 f., II. 356 ; censured
for his persecution of Hannibal, X.
378 f.

See also II. 336, 386, X. 300, 306,
316
Sayings : X. 258 f., 370 f.

Flaminius, circus of, decorated by
Lucullus, II. 592

Flaminius, C., routs Insubres after
receiving senate's message of recall,
V. 442 ; appointed master of horse
by Minucius, 446 ; defeated and
slain by Hannibal at Thrasyniene,
III. 122

Flavius (1), military tribune under
Marcellus, put elephant to flight,
V. 508.

Flavius (2), tribune, deprived of
office for taking royal diadems off
Caesar's statues, vil. 584

Flavius, C., Brutus' chief of engineers,
slain at Pharsalus, VI. 240 f.

Flavius Gallus, efficient officer under
Antony, worsted by Parthians, IX.
234

Flavius Sabinus, Vespasian's brother,
made prefect of city by Nero, later
by Otho, XI. 286

Flora, courtesan, her relations with
Pompey, V. 118, 252

Florus, Mestrius, shows battlefield of
Otho and Vitellius to Plutarch, XI.
308 f.

" Fodii," original form of " Fabii "
according to some, m. 118

Fonteius, slain in Germany by Valens
by order of Galba, XI. 236

Fonteius Capito, see " Capito,
Fonteius."

Forgery, by Hannibal, III. 176

Fortune, temple of, beyond Tiber in
Plutarch's time, vi. 168

Fortune, Women's, temple of, erected



by senate after Coriolanus spared

city, iv. 210
Forum Romanum, originally valley of

slime there, I. 144; contained

Basilica Porcia, II. 356 ; V. 442
Fossae Cluiliae, 5 miles from Rome,

IV. 188.

" Four Hundred," see " Five
Thousand."

Fregellae, v. 516 ; conspiracy there,
X. 202

Frentanian, IX. 398

Fufidius, creature of Sulla's, IV. 426 ;
governor of Baetica, routed bv
Sertorius, VIII. 30

Fulcinia, mother of C. Marius, IX. 466

" Fulvia," basilica in Rome, replaced
by Paulus the consul, vil. 514

Fulvia (1) reveals plot for his murder
to Cicero, yn. 120

Fulvia (2), widow of Clodius, married
to Antony, IX. 160; had daughter
Glodia, 180; quarrelled with L.
Antonius, then with him fought
Octavius and was defeated, 196,
202; 198; died at Sicyon, 204 ; had
son Antony, 266, 330

Fulvius, tribune, opposes T. Flami-
ninus' candidacy for consulship,
X. 324

Fulvius Flaccus, Gn., defeated and
slain in Apulia by Hannibal, v. 502

Fulvius Flaccus, M. f implores Ti.
Gracchus to submit question of
agrarian law to senate, X. 170;
186 f. ; questions Scipio about death
of Ti. Gracchus, 196; friend of C.
Gracchus, his character and deeds,
attacked by Livius Drusus, sus-
pected of death of Scipio, commis-
sioner with C. Gracchus for distri-
bution of public land, 218 f. ; 220 ;
urges C. Gracchus to resist consul
Opimius, 226 ; with his partisans
seizes Aventine hill, 230, 232 ; slain
with his elder son, 234, 236 f . ; had
been consul and celebrated triumph
over Gauls, 230, 238

Fulvius Flaccus, Q., consul with
Appius, reduced Capua, III. 300 ;

V. 504

Funeral rites, Greek : regulations of
Solon, I. 432, 462, 524; II. 278; at
Sparta, V. 112; VI. 352; VII. 4'24

Fuuerul rites, Roman : regulations of

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Numa, I. 346 ; origin of custom of

funeral oration, 524 ; 564 ; one to

be pronounced over woman's body,

11.114; III. 190
" Furcifer," origin and meaning of

term, IV. 178
Furies, grove of, X. 236
Furii, first made conspicuous by

Camillas, II. 96
Furius (1), consul with Flamiaius,

leads forces against Insubriaus,

recalled, V. 442
Furius (2), legate of praetor Varinus,

routed by Spartacus, III. 338
Furius, L., son of Camillus, II. 182;

colleague of Camillus in war with

Praenestians and Volscians, 190;

192
Furnius, ablest orator in Rome, IX.

270



Gaben^, has winter-quarters of
Eumenes' men, vin. 124

Gabii, where Romulus and Remus
were educated, I. 102

Gabinian way, Brennus defeated
beside it by Camillus, II. 166

Gabinius, A. (1), military tribune
under Sulla at Chaeroneia, IV. 378

Gabinius, A. (2), intimate of Pompey,
proposes law giving him almost
unlimited power to wage war on
pirates, V. 176; consul with Piso,
240, VIII. 216 ; had law written out
to depose Piso from consulship, v.
182 ; gets province of Syria with
helpof01odius,VII.156; 160; takes
M. Antony as commander of the
horse to Syria with him, reluctant
to help Ptolemy recover Egypt,
IX. 142 ; ordered by Caesar to bring
his troops with all speed to
Macedonia, 154

Gaesatae, V. 440; defeated at Clasti-
dium by Marcellus, 446

Gaesylus, Spartan, reconciles Dion
and Heracleides, VI. 104

" Galata," later name of Mt. Acrurium.
VIII. 222

Galatia, visited by Marius, IX. 548;



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