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crucified, IX. 319

Theodotes, with whom Dion was
accused of plotting to overthrow
government, VI. 24 ; uncle of Hera-
cleides, 94; pardoned by Dion, 98

Theodoras (1), seer, prevents Pyrrhus
taking oath, IX. 362



Theoclotus (2), of Chio=, teacher of
rhetoric, advises Pompey's death,
V. 316; shows Pompey's head to
Caesar, vn. 554 ; escapes Caesar's
vengeance, put to death by M.
Brutus, V. 324

Theogeiton, Magadan, speaks in Hel-
lenic council, II. 274

Theomnestus, Academic, his lectures
attended by Brutus at Athens, VI.
176

Theophanes, Lesbian, V. 224; prefect
of engineers in Pompey's camp, vn.
178; said to have persuaded Pto-
lemy to abandon Egypt, V. 246 ;
thinks Egypt a better refuge than
Parthia for Pompey, 314, 318;
cited, 212

Theophilus (1), made Alexander a
helmet, vn. 322

Theophilus (2), father of Hipparchus,
Antony's steward in Corinth, IX. 292

Theophrastus (1), bequeathed his
books to Neleus of Scepsis, his
treatises in library of ApeUicon
the Teian, IV. 406; praised by
Cicero, vn. 140

Cited: I. 232; 414; 494; (On
Royalty) n. 68 ; 288 f . ; in. 66 ;
102; (Ethics) 110; 240; 250; IV.
24; 266; 284; V. 4; 102; VII.
24; 40; 232; vm. 34; 324; X. 4

Theophrastus (2), officer of Antigonus,
slain by Aratus, XI. 52

Theopompus (1), king of Sparta, in
his reign first ephors appointed, I.
224

Theopompus (2), king of Sparta, said
by Messenians to have been slain
in battle by Aristomenes, X. 48

Theopompus (3), comic poet, cited,

IV. 268

Theopompus (4), Theban associated
with Pelopidas in expulsion of
Spartans at Thebes, v. 356

Theopompus (5), Spartan polemarch,
slain at Tegyra, V. 380

Theopompus (6), cited: I. 224; n.
52; 68; 84; IV. 94; 276; 318;

V. 26; 86; 90; VI. 50; 270; VH.
8; 30; 34; 42; 50. 62.

Theopompus (7), collector of fables,
shown favour by Caesar, vn.
554

Theopompus, king of Sparta, with king

479



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Polydorus inserted clause in a
rhetra, I. 222; quoted, 268; 298

Theoris, priestess, her death brought
about by Demosthenes, vn. 36

Theorus, ridiculed by Aristophanes,
IV. 4

Theramenes, one of 3 best citizens of
Athens, flouted as alien from Ceos
and dubbed " Cothurnus," in. 212;
IV. 2 ; helped Alcibiades defeat
Byzantians, 90 ; advises acceptance
of Spartan decree, 270

Thermodon, river, later called Hae-
mon, I. 64; n. 510; in country of
Amazons, V. 203; discussion as to
what it is as mentioned in oracle,
vn. 46

Thermopylae, death of Leonid as there,
n. 24; defeat of Antiochus the
Great by Romans there, 336 f ., 388,
X. 364; V. 46; vn. 252; IX. 52

Thermus, Minucius, see " Minucius
Thermus.'"

Thersippus, Athenian, contemporary
of Solon, I. 494

Therycion, sent by Cleomenes to slay
ephors, X. 64; commits suicide,
118 f.

Therycleian bowls, VI. 442; X. 278

Thesaurus, subterranean chamber at
Messene, X. 310

Theseia, place at Delphi said to be
named after TheseiiF, I. 10

Theseia, precincts at Athens renamed
Heracleia by Theseus, I. 80

Theseld, author of, wrote " Insurrec-
tion of the Amazons," which is pure
fable, I. 64

Thesels, tonsure named after Theseus,
I. 10

Theseum, I. 64

Theseus, compared with Romulus,
founded Athens, I. 4; his lineage,
6; son of Aegeus and Aethra, 8;
reared by Pittheus, visited Delphi
on coming of age, 10 ; vigorous,
brave, and intelligent as a young
man, told truth about his birth,
decides to go to Athens by land,
12; is kinsman of Heracles, whom
he greatly admired, slew Periphetes
and Sinis, 16 f. ; begot Melanippus
by Perigun6, slew Crommyonian
sow, 18; slew Sciron, 20; killed
Cercyon and Procrustes, arrived at

480



Athens, 22 ; acknowledged as his
son by Aegeus, 24; slew party of
Pallantidae in ambush, mastered
Marathonian bull, 26; volunteers
to go to Crete as one of the tribute
of youths, 32 ; on reaching Crete
got from Ariadne the thread which
guided him through the labyrinth,
slew the Minotaur, sailed off with
Ariadne, 36 ; other stories about
Theseus and Ariadne, 38 f . ; forgot
to hoist white sail as he drew near
Attica, 44; buries his father, 46

Instituted festival of Oschophoria,
48; settled residents of Attica in
one city, named it Athens, insti-
tuted the Metoecia, 62 ; invited
new settlers, classified them, coined
money, 54; attached Megara to
Attica, set up pillar on the Isthmus,
instituted games there, 56; voyaged
into Euxine with Heracles against
Amazons, received Antiope as re-
ward of his valour, 58; waged war
with Amazons at Athens, 60 f. ;
makes treaty of peace with them,
62 ; after death of Antiopd married
Phaedra, 64; other stories of his
marriages, said to have aided Lapi-
thae against Centaurs, 66 ; became
friend of Peirithoiis, invited to
latter's wedding, 68 ; took part in
rape of Helen, 70; imprisoned by
Aidoneus, 72 ; warred on by Tynda-
ridae, 74 f . ; released by Aidoneus
at intercession of Heracles, finding
Athens unfriendly, sailed off to
Scyros, 80; slain by king Lyco-
medes, afterwards honoured by
Athenians as demigod, 82 ; his body
brought to Athens by Cimon and
buried near gymnasium of Ptolemy,
84, n. 428

Thesmophoria, festival of, V. 352 ; vn.
76

Thesmophoroi, VI. 118

Thesmothetai, took oath to keep
statues of Solon, I. 472 ; m. 26

Thespiae, had Spartan harmost Spho-
drias, V. 66; 372; 374; Thebans
defeat Spartans there and slay
Phoebidas, 376; IX. 96

Thespis, develops tragedy and acts in
his own plays, reproved by Solon,
I. 488



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE ' LIVES'



Thesprotians, had Phuethon as first
king after the -flood, IX. 346

Thessalian cavalry, of Pyrrhus, IX. 400

Thessalian cities, a number destroyed
by Alexander of Pherae, V. 418

Thessalian merchants, robbed by
Dolopians of Scyros, n. 426

Thessalians, conquered at Ceressus by
Boeotians, II. 138; took no part
iii fighting against the Mede, 5G ;
448 ; m. 56 ; their country ravaged
by Agesilaii?, V. 42 ; freed from
tyranny of Alexander of Pherae by
Pelopidas, 402 ; 406 ; give splendid
funeral to Pelopidas, 424; receive
back from Alexander the cities
taken away, 430 ; proclaimed free
at Isthmian games by Flamininus,
X. 350; given their freedom by
Caesar, vn. 554

Thessalonica, VI. 230 ; vm. 258

Thessalonice, murdered by her son
Antipater, IX. 86, 360

Thessalus, son of Peisistratus and
Timonassa, n. 376

Thessalus, son of Cimon, n. 4-32 ; m.
82 ; brings charge of profanation
of mysteries against Alcibiades, IV.
50,60

Thessalus, tragic actor, sent to Pixo-
darus in Caria by Alexander, VII.
248 ; assigned as actor to Nicocreon,
defeated by Athenodorus, 308

Thessaly, I. 64; medizes, n. 18; tra-
versed by Xerxes, 234 ; 240 ; 404 ;
ruled 10 months by Alexander of
Pherae, XI. 208; mastered by De-
metrius, IX. 96; overrun by Pyr-
rhus, 98, 362; 380; Philip crushed
there, VI. 370; X. 334; entered
by Flamininus, 338; IV. 3GO; V.
286

Theste, how treated by her brother
Dionysius the Elder, yi. 42 f .

Thetes, or Hectemorioi, tilled lands
for rich, paying one-sixth of in-
crease, or pledged their persons for
debt, I. 436 ; lowest property class
at Athens, 450; supported Peisis-
tratus, 486

Thetis, temple of, V. 422

Thimbron, Spartan general in com-
mand against Persians, XI. 174

Thirty tyrants, set up in Athens by
Lysander, rv. 110 f., 274; over-



thrown by Athenians from Phylc,
IV. 290

Thoa, one of 3 brothers on expedition
with Theseus, I. 58

Thoenon, prominent Syracusan, one
of first to invite Pyrrhus to Sicily,
executed by him, IX. 422

Thonis, courtezan, IX. 66

" Thor," Phoenician word for cow, IV.
382

Thoranius, sent out by Metellus, slain
by Sertorius, vm. 30

Thorax (1), helps Lysander storm
Lampsacus, IV. 254; executed for
having money in his private posses-
sion, 284

Thorax (2), remains by dead body of
Antigonus, IX. 72

Thoth, month in Egyptian calendar,
I. 122

Thrace, gold mines of, n. 412 ; Per-
sians driven out of it by Cimon,
422; 1000 settlers sent there by
Pericles, m. 34; 56; 228; regions
there subdued by Ti. Sempronius,
n. 334; being overrun by Aria-
rathes, IV. 358; Sadalas, king of,
IX. 276

Thracia, village near Cyzicus, II.
498

Thraciaus, checked in their inroads
into Chersoncsus, m. 58; IV. 106;
in army of Aemilius Paulus, VI. 392 ;
400 ; in army of Lucullus, n. 560 ;
vn. 228

Thrasea, authority for story about
Marcia and Cato, vin. 292 : chiefly
followed Munatius' treatise on Cato,
324

Thraso, father of Thrasybulus, IV. 104

Thrasybulus, sou of Thraso, denounces
Alcibiades at Athens, IV. 104

Thrasybulus, son of Lycus, IV. 2 ;
helps Alcibiades at Samos, 76;
occupied Phyle, assisted by The-
bans, 310 ; sallied from Thebes and
overthrew tyrants at Athens, v. 354,
370, XI. 34; assisted Thebans
against Spartans, IV. 314

Thrasydaeus, sent by Philip on em-
bassy to Thebes, VH. 42

Thrasyllus, repulsed at Ephesus, with
Alcibiades' aid defeats Pharnabazus,
IV. 84

Thrasymene, lake in Tuscany, where

481



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Hannibal defeated Flaminius, m.
124

" Threskeuein," means celebrating ex-
travagant and superstitious cere-
monies, VH. 228

" Thriambus," name for Dionysus, V.
496

Thriasian gates, afterwards called
Dipylum, in. 86

Thriasian plain, n. 42; V. 68; 356;
XI. 76

Thucydides, son of Melesias, leader of
the '* Good and True," for long time
opponent of Pericles, m. 22, 32,
212; ostracized, 16, 46, 202, 248;
saying about Pericles, 22

Thucydides, historian, son of Olorus,
how connected with family of
Cimon, had gold mines in Thrace,
died in Skapte Hyle, II. 412 ; served
as model in oratory for Cato the
Elder, 308; m. 78; his power as
a writer, 208; 210; IV. 54; VH.
32

Cited : (I. 18. 3) vn. 14; (I. 127.
1) m. 94; (I. 137) n. 68, 72; (n.
39. 1) I. 288; (n. 65. 8) m. 50;
(n. 65. 9) 24 ; (IV. 80) I. 290 ; (V.
45) IV. 220 ; (V. 64-75) V. 92 ; (VI.
15. 4) IV. 16; (VI. 16. 2) 24; (vn.
36-41) m. 280; (vn. 50. 4) 218;
(vn. 86. 2) 306; (vm. 73. 3) IV.
28; (vm. 76. 4) m. 82; m. 276

Thudippus, condemned to death with
Phocion, vm. 228

Thurii, settled by Athenian colonists
on site of Sybaris, m. 34 ; founded
by Dionysius Chalcus, 224 ; IV. 58 ;
its people attack Bruttians, VI. 298 ;
vn. 70

Thurium, conical-shaped hill, later
called Orthopagus, in Boeotia, rv.
382; 384; 390

Thuro, mother of Chaeron, IV. 382

Thyateira, IV. 404

Thyestes, vn. 9-1

Thymoetadae, township of, where part
of Theseus' fleet was built, I. 38

Thyrea, captured from Aeginetans, m.
230

Thyreatis, IX. 454

Thyrsus, freedman of Octavius, flogged
by Antony, IX. 304

Tibareni, desert of, n. 510 ; 514 ; sub-
dued by Lucullus, 526

482



Tiber, river, I. 90; n. 136; island in,
XI. 286

Tiberius, see " Brutus, Ti. Junius."

Tidius Sextius, joins Pompey in Mace-
donia, V. 282

Tifatum, mountain in Campania, IV.
410

Tigellinus, with Nymphidius Sabinus
by offer of bribe gets soldiers to
proclaim G-alba emperor, X3. 208 f. ;
220; 230; tutor and teacher of
Nero, bribes Vinius and escapes
vengeance, 240 f . ; 244 ; his adhe-
rents went over to Galba, 258 ; cuts
his throat, 278

Tigranes, king of Armenia, n. 498;
son-in-law of Mithridates, his power,
512 ; asked to surrender Mithri-
dates, 526 ; 534 ; his character and
career, 536; 538; 590; attacked
by Lucullus, 542 ; 544 ; warred on
by Lucullus, 546 f . ; defeated at
Tigranocerta, 550 f . ; 562 f. ; asked
by king of Parthians to give Meso-
potamia as price of alliance, 570;
attacked by Lucullus again, 572 ;
defeated by him, 574 f.; 584; 140,
m. 398, IV. 412 ; V. 202 ; ravaged
Cappadocia, n. 586; V. 186; offers
100 talents for person of Mithri-
dates, receives diadem back from
Pornpey on condition that he pay
6000 talents, 202, n. 618; quoted,
558

Tigranes, the Younger, in revolt from
his father, in vites Pompey to invade
Armenia, V. 202; dissatisfied with
Pompey's offer of Sophene, put in
chains for triumph, demanded back
by Phraates, 204 ; led in Pompey's
triumph, 230 ; taken from Pompey
by Clodius, 240

Tigranocerta, its inhabitants, besieged
by Lucullus, n. 552 ; captured and
its transplanted inhabitants sent to
their own cities, 566 ; 592

Tigris, Seleucia on it, n. 540 ; 548

Tigurini, defeated by Lucullus, vn.
484 f.

Tilphossium, skirmish near it between
Sulla and Dorylaiis, IV. 392

Timaea, wife of Agis, Spartan king,
corrupted by Alcibiades, IV. 64, 292,
V. 4f.

Timaeus (1), historian, son of Andro-



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



machus, ruler of Tauroinenium, VI.
284 ; criticized for slandering Philis-
tus, 78 ; hoped to surpass Thucy-
dides but failed, in. 208 f.

Cited: I. 204; 302; m. 210;
274; 306; VI. 12; 28; 68; 76;
270; 344; 460

Timaeus (2), advises Andocides, his
fellow-prisoner, to turn State's evi-
dence in matter of Hermae, IV. 56

Timagenes, introduced Alexas to An-
tony, IX. 302 ; cited, V. 244 f .

Timagoras, Athenian ambassador,
bribed by Artaxerxes, executed by
Athenians, V. 418, XI. 180

Timandra, courtezan, buried Alci-
biades, IV. 112

Timanthes, friend of Aratus, XI. 26 ;
painted battle between Achaeans
and Aetolianp, 74

Timesileos, tyrant of Sinope, driven
out with aid of Athenians, HI. 60 f .

Timesitheus, general of Liparians,
secures release of Roman envoys,
honoured by Rome, n. 116

Timocleia, sister of Theagenes, spared
by Alexander, vn. 254 f .

Timocleides, chosen chief magistrate
of Sicyon, died, xi. 4

Timocrates (1), Rhodian, sent by
Artaxerxes to bribe infmentia
Greeks, XI. 174

Timocrates (2), friend of Dionysius the
Younger, given Arete as wife, vi.
42 ; 56 ; deserted by Leontines and
Campanians, 58; flees from Syra-
cuse, 60

Timocrates, speech against, written by
Demosthenes for another to deliver,
vn. 36

Timocreon, lyric poet of Rhodes, his
attack on Themistocles quoted, sent
into exile on charge of medizing,
H. 58

Timodemus, father of Timoleon, VI.
266, 354

Timolaiis, guest-friend of Philopoe-
men, X. 298

Timoleon, Corinthian, VI. 262 ; family
and character, 266 f . ; rescues his
brother Timophanes in battle, 268 ;
causes his death for being tyrant,
270; gave up all public life, 272;
lived retired nearly 20 years, 274;
nominated general for expedition to



Syracuse, 276; sets sail, 278;
escapes Carthaginians at fihegium
by a ruse, 282 ; puts in at Tauro-
menium in Sicily, 284; welcomed
by none except people of Adranum,
286 ; defeats Hicetas before Adra-
num, 288; joined by other cities,
receives surrender of Dionydus,
290; receives reinforcements from
Corinth, 298 ; escapes assassination,
300 ; sends grain to Syracuse from
Catana, 304; occupies Messana,
then marches against Syracuse, 308 ;
drives Hicetas from Syracuse, 312 ;
invites new settlers to Syracuse,

. 314; divides land among them, pro-
ceeds to free other cities, 318 ;
marches to river Crtmesus against
Carthaginians, 322; defeats them,
324 f . ; returns to Syracuse, 332

Defeats Hicetas, 336 f . ; takes
Hicetas prisoner, 338 ; defeats Ma-
mercus near river Abolu?, 340 ;
receives surrender of Mamercus,
342 ; assists new colonists, 344 ;
ascribes all his successes to fortune,
346 ; attacked by two popular
leaders at Syracuse, 348 ; loses his
sight, 350; dies, 352; quoted, 348
See also 122; n. 138.

Timolonteum, gymnasium in honour
of Timoleon,. VI. 354

Timon, misanthrope, his words to
Alcibiades, IV. 42 ; account of him,
IX. 296 f.

Timon, Phliasian : cited, I. 332 ; in.
10; (Silli)vi. 34

Timonassa, of Argolis, married Peisis-
tratus, n. 376

" Timoneum," name of Antony's
dwelling on Pharos, IX. 300

Timonides, Leucadian, urges Dion to
free Sicily, vi. 46 ; put in command
of mercenaries by Dion, 66; cited,
68; 76

Timophanes, brother of Timoleon,
slain at his instigation, VI. 268 f .

Timotheus (1), son of Conon, hi-; saying
about fortune, banished, IV. 338;
right in his criticism of Chares, V.
344; VI. 344; prosecuted for debt
by Apollodorus, vn. 36

Timotheus (2), X. 24 ; cited : (Bergk
m. p. 622) V. 38, IX. 104; (Per-
sians, opening verte) X. 284

483



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE 'LIVES'



Timothcus (3), Macedonian soldier,
Vll. 286

Timoxenus, X. 94 ; chosen general by
Achaean league in place of Aratus,
XI. 86 ; 108

Tinga, wife of Antaeus, bore Sophax
to Heracles, Yin. 24

Tingis, city, sheltered Ascalis, forced
to surrender, vrn. 24

Tiribazus, approached by Antalcidas
regarding peace, V. 62

Tiro, Cicero's freedman, cited, VII.
186; 208

Tisamenus, prophesies to Pausanias
and the Hellenic army, n. 244

Tisander, son of Epilycus, father of
wife of Xanthippus, rn. 104

Tisaphernes, see " Tissaphernes."

Tisias, plaintiff against Alcibiades in
" De Bigis " of Isocrates, IV. 28

Titiphonus, brother of Phebe, helped
slay Alexander of Pherae, V. 430

Tissaphernes, satrap, IV. 64 : advised
by Alcibiades to give little help to
Spartans, IV. 68 ; 76 ; imprisons
Alcibiades at Sardis, 80; accused
to Oyrus by Lysander, 240 ; reveals
plot of Cyrus against Artaxerxes,
XI. 132, 138; seizes Clearchus and
the other Greek generals, 166;
makes treaty with Agesilaiis, in
which he promised to make Greek
cities free and independent of the
King, then declares war, V. 20 f. ;
defeated by Agesilaiis, executed by
Tithraustes, 24 f., XI. 180

Tithora, fortress near Parnassus, IV.3 74

Tithraustes, commander of Persian
fleet at Eurymedon according to
Ephorus, n. 440 ; sent by Persian
HJag, beheads Tissaphernes, V. 26

Titianus, sent to armies with apparent
authority, XI. 294; 306

Titinius, sent by Cassius to recon-
noitre, slays himself, vi. 222 f.

Titinnius, divorced Fannia, IX. 570

Titius, Q., brought Sulla message from
Trophonius, IV. 380

Titius, M., quaestor, IX. 234; friend
of Antony, flees to Octavius, 268

Titus, son of Brutus, see " Brutus, T.
Junius."

Titus, of Croton, intercepted with
letters from Lentulus to Catiline,
vii. 126

484



Titus Lartius, see " Lartius, T."

Titus Latinus, see " Latinus. T."

Tityus, giant, story of, associated with
birth of Apollo near temple of Apollo
Tegyraeus, V. 378

Toga, why sole garment of candidates
for consulship, IV. 148

Toga praetexta, to be worn by children
of Sabine women, I. 152

Tolerium, Latin city, captured by
Volscians under Coriolanus, IV. 186

Tolmaeus, father of Tolmides, ni. 58

Tolmides, son of Tolmaeus, ravaged
seashore of Peloponnesus, III. 60 ;
against Pericles' advice leads ex-
pedition into Boeotia and is slain.
58,204: 198

TolumniurJ, Tuscan, slain and de-
spoiled by Cornelius Cossus, I. 138,
V. 454

Tomb, of Publicola, within city near
Velia, I. 564

"Torquatus," cognomen or epithet,
IX. 464

Torquatus, IV. 420

Torquatus, M., inflicted death upon
his son for disobedience, III. 146

Torture, of the boats, its nature, XI.
162 f.

Torune, in Epirus, seized by Octavius,
IX. 278

Trachis, I. 70

Trade, that of Ephesus revived by
Lysander, IV. 238

Tragedy, developed by The^pis at
Athens, I. 488 ; Themi.-tocles won
as choregus with it, n. 14; 28;
closes with farce, HI. 422 ; actor
who takes part of messenger or
servant is in high repute, IV. 296;
V. 58 ; VII. 308

Tragia, in battle off it Pericles defeats
Samians, HI. 74

Tragic actor, dress of, IV. 92

Tragic contest, judges of, appointed
by lot, but once Cimon and fellow-
generals appointed by the Archon
gave decision to Sophocles against
Aeschylus, II. 428

Tragiscus, Cretan, slays tyrant Aris-
tippus, XI. 66

Tralles, Jason of, m. 420; Caesar's
statue in temple of Victory there,
vn. 554

Trallians, demand paj- for passage of



GENERAL INDEX TO ALL THE < LIVES'



Agesilalis' army and are routed, V.
42

Translations, literal from Greek among
Cato the Elder's maxims and pro-
verbs, n. 308

Trapezus, limit of Eumenes' territory,
vm. 84

Trasimenus, see " Thrasymene."

Treasury, of Confederacy of Delos,
moved to Athens, m. 34 f . ; that
at Home received 20,000 talents
from Pompey, V. 230

Treaties: I. 550; n. 120; 380 f.;
444; 460; 482; m. 28; 68; 240 f.;

IV. 32; 36; 86 f.; 180; 220; 398;

V. 22; 28; 62; 76; 98 f.; 206;
372 f.; 406; 416; VI. 340; 368 f.;
VH. 40 ; 54

Treatment, of sick, Cato the Elder's,
n. 372

Trebatius Testa, C., companion of
Caesar, writes Cicero, vn. 176

Trebellius, L., advises Antony to
oppose law for cancellation of debts,
IX. 156

Trebia, river, battle of, Hannibal vic-
torious, ni. 122 f.

Trebonius (1), slew C. Lusius, IX.
498

Trebonius (2), slew Clodius Macer in
Africa by order of Galba, XI. 236

Trebonius, C., tribune, proposes laws
for assignment of provinces to
triumvirate, gets it passed in spite
of Oato, v. 250, vm. 338; in con-
spiracy against Caesar, IX. 166, VI.
162 ; given province of Asia, 168

Trees, Persians' love for, XI. 186 f .

Trial, of Chaeroneians for murder of
Roman soldiers, n. 408 ; of Cimon
for sparing Macedonia, 448

Triarius, defeated by Mithridates, n.
584, V. 216

Triballi, defeated by Alexander, VH.
252

Tribes, three at Rome, I. 152 ; two at
Rome, 310, 364; thirty-five at
Rome, X. 172; four at Athens, I.
468

Tribunate, Coriolanus charged with
trying to take it from people, IV.
166 ; overthrown by Sulla, restored
by Pompey, v. 166 f.

Tribunes, military, preferred by people
to consuls, n. 84; Camillas one 2nd



time, 98; Camillas appointed with

5 others, 116 ; Sertorius one, VIII. 6
Tribunes, of people, 5 in number to

be appointed to protect those need-
ing succour, Junius Brutus and
Sicinius Vellutus first to be chosen,

IV. 130 ; enjoy immunity of person
and remain in power when dictator
is appointed, m. 146, IX. 156; IV.
156; 166; urge bill for division of
people, n. 110, 116; 580.

Antony, one, vn. 204, IX. 148,
152; L. Antonius, 170; Aquillius,
vm. 338 ; Publicius Bibulus, V. 510 ;
Junius Brutus & Sicinius Vellutus,
1st tribunes, rv. 130 ; Cauidius, V.
244; Cato the Younger, vn. 138;
P. Olodius, V. 234, VH. 156, 476,
vm. 316; Curio, VH. 514; Dola-
bella, IX. 156 ; Livius Drusus & C.
Gracchus, X. 214 ; Flavius & Maryl-
lus, vn. 684 ; Fulvius & Manius, X.
324; Genucius, 204; C. Gracchus,
204, 2nd time, 214; Ti. Gracchus,
160; Lucilius, V. 256; Marius, IX.
4C8; Hetellus & Bestia, vn. 138;
Metellus, V. 276, vn. 530, vm. 296 ;
Metilius, m. 146 ; Annius Milo, vn.
166; Minucius Thermus, ym. 298;
Mucins, r. i?4; M. Octavius, 166;
Aulus Pompeius, IX. 508; Rubrius

6 Lirius ])rusus, X. 218; L. Satur-
ninus, IX. 498, 542 ; P. Satyreius,
X. 190; Sulpicius, IV. 348, IX. 554;
Terentius Culeo, X. 372 ; Trebonius,

V. 250 ; Virginius, IV. 358

" Tribunus," derived from " tres "
because of 3 divisions of people at
Rome, I. 152

Tribus, each had 10 phratries, I. 152.
See also " Tribes."

" Tribus," derived from " tres."

Tribute, I. 28 f . ; VI. 430

Triopium, n. 440

Tripod, of Seven wise men, I. 412

Tripods, choregic, on temple dedicated
by Nicias in precinct of Dionysus,
in. 214

Tripylus, friend of Cleomenes, XI. 96

Triremes, Athenian, their design im-
proved by Cimon, n. 440

Tritaea, city of Achaean league, X.
8-1, XI. 24

Tritymallus, Messenian, X. 92

Triumph, origin of, I. 136; explana-



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tion of difference between major and
minor, v. 494; of Aemilius Paulus
over Perseus, VI. 440 ; of Antonius,
V. 176; of Caesar over Egypt,
Pontus, Africa, vn. 570; over sons
of Pompey, 572; of Camillup, II.
94, 110, 184; of Cato the Elder,
334; of Catulus with Marias, IX.
538; voted Cicero by senate, VH.
174; of Pabius Maximus over Ligii-
rians, m. 120; after recapture of
Tarentum, 186; of great-grand-
father of Fabius, 188; of grand-
father of Pabius, 188; of Flami-
ninus, X. 362 ; of Flaminius, V. 444 ;
of Lucullus, n. 592 ; of Marcellus,
V. 452, 494; first of Marius, IX.
492; of Octavius Caesar, IX. 328;
of Pompey, V. 150, 166, 230, m.
350, 352, 428; of Publicola, I. 524,
562; of Romulus, 136, 170; of L.
Scipio, n. 354; of Surena, m. 416;
of Sulla, IV. 432; of M. Valerius,
brother of Publicola, I. 554; of
Ventidius, IX. 214

Triumvirate, of Caesar, Pompey, and
Crassus, m. 354, vn. 494, vm. 332;
of Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus,
VH. 200, IX. 180; they divide the
world, 204

Troad, n. 480 ; 506

Troas (1), mother of Aeacides by
Arybas, IX. 346

Troas (2), daughter of Aeacides and
Phthia, IX. 348

Troezen, founded by Pittheus, I. 6;
home of Theseus, 188; II. 28; vn.
64 ; joined Achaean league, XI. 54 ;
taken over by Cleomenes, X. 90

Troglodytes, their language under-
stood'by Cleopatra, IX. 196

" Troja," sacred equestrian game, vm.
242

Trojan women, painted by Polygnotus
iu Peisanacteum, n. 414

"Trojan women," of Euripides, wit-
nessed by Alexander of Pherae, V.



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