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Trebonius makes a collection
of Cicero's bons mots, 57 ; (B.C.
46) composes Partitiones Ora.
toria, Orator ad M. Brutum,
and delivers the speeches pro
Marcello and pro Ligario, corre-
spondence with Varro, Pætus,
Marcellus, Sulpicius Rufus, and
many exiles, 63-172 ; defence of
his conduct after Pharsalia ad.
dressed to M. Marius, 78-81 ;
(B.C. 45) death of Tullia and
Cicero's retirement to Astura,
where he composes the de Fini.
bus and Academica, 199-253; de-
signs a shrine in memory of
Tullia, 206, 215, 217, 220, 227,
237, 264; his dedication of the
Academica to Varro, 304; his
letter to Cæsar in Spain, 257-
258, 260-263, 332, 334; his
entertainment of Cæsar, 346;
(B.C. 44) his disgust at the
political situation, 357-359.

Vol. IV. His exultation at
the assassination of Cæsar, i,
11, 20; begins to see that
Cæsarism is not dead, 15, 16-
20; his first meeting with Octa-
vian, 21; his correspondence
with Antony, 22-25; rejoices
at the attitude of Dec. Brutus,
25; hesitates as to making a
tour in Greece, 25-32, 86; his
approval of Dolabella's severi-
ties, 33-41; his Tusculan Dis-
putations, 55; interview with
Brutus and Cassius, 68-70, 103-
104 ; wishes to sail with Brutus,
101 ; begins his journey to
Greece, 110; his embarkation
and return to Leucopetra, 119-
122; correspondence with Cas-
sius, Plancus, Dec. Brutus, Le-
pidus, and M. Brutus, between
September, B.C. 44, and July,
B.C. 43, urging them against
Antony, 131-328.

Cicero's houses : at Rome on
the Palatine, i. 32, 89; at Tus-
culum, 4; Pompeii, 58; For.

miæ, 89, 102-103; Arpinum,
101; Cumæ, 274; Astura, iii.
206; Sinuessa, 367 ; on the Lu.

crine lake, iv. 26.
Tullius Cicero, M., the son of the

orator, b. B.C. 65 on the day of
the elections (July), i. 16; his
education at Tusculum, 309. He
and his cousin Quintus much
attached to each other, but Mar-
cus needs the spur, Quintus the
rein, ii. 13-19; takes the toga
virilis at Arpinum, 320, 355.
Wishes to go with Cæsar to
Spain (B.C. 46), iii. 145; ædile
at Arpinum, 63; he is to go to
Athens, 220; his allowance and
journey money, 225-226. His
misconduct at Athens and re-
formation, iv. 12, 19, 32, 38,
42, 99; Trebonius's report of
him, 18; his letters to Tiro,
128, 141 ; with M. Brutus, 205,
211, 216-217, 275, 314; Cicero
wishes him elected into the
college of pontifices, 227. See
also i. 50, 98, 100, 104, 141•

143, 152, 174-175, 178-179.
Tullius Cicero, Q., brother of the
orator :

Vol. I. His relations with his
wife Pomponia, 2 (cp. ii. 3-4,
149, 181), 223; candidature for
ædileship (B.C. 66), 11 ; for præ-
torship (B.C. 63), 15; his essay
on canvassing, 367-381; obtains
governorship of Asia, 36; his
quarrel with Atticus, 45-49, 57-
58; wishes to stay in the pro-
vince a third year, 107; Cicero
writes to him on his administra-
tion of Asia, 70-87, 125-134 ;
quits Asia at the end of April
(B.C. 58), 147 ; Cicero writes to
him explaining why he did not
wish him to come to Thessa-
lonica, 148 - 152 ; threatened
with prosecution at Rome, 158-
159, 165-166, 168, 178; has
disagreement with Terentia,
175; Cicero's affection for him

a

and gratitude for his support,
189 ; his house attacked by
Clodius, 194 ; in Sardinia as
Pompey's legatus, 219, 222,
243; thinks of writing history,
272; in Gaul as Cæsar's legatus,
274, 322; going to Britain (B.C.
54), 276-278, 287, 289-299; his
friendship for. Cæsar, 315.;
writes from Britain, 321 ; his
property in Cilicia, 323; Cæsar's
honourable treatment of him,
333. See also 3, 6, 88, 94, 146,
154, 164, 167, 172, 181, 183,
185, 187-188, 248, 265-268, 273,
278, 331, 387.

Vol. II. With Cicero at Ath-
ens (B.C. 51), 26; in Cilicia
takes the troops into winter
quarters, 88; commands
columnon Mt. Amanus, 104, 127;
his sharp temper, 149; Cicero
deliberates as to leaving him
in charge of the province, 128,
167-168 ; objections to doing
so, 186, 191; returning with Ci.
cero, 208. See also 209-211, 215.

Vol. III. (B.C. 48.) After
Pharsalia quarrels with Cicero at
Patræ, 14; goes to Asia to meet
Cæsar, 17; sends his son to
Cæsar, 22 ; Cæsar thinks that
he led his brother into opposi-
tion, 29 ; Cicero writes to Cæsar
to clear Quintus, 30 ; Quintus
writes to Cicero in an irritating
manner, 31-32, 35; abuses his
brother, 34; congratulates Ci.
cero on Cæsar's placability, 44 ;
(B.C. 46) Cicero still fears his
ill offices, 50-51 ; Cæsar pardons
him easily, 52; his folly in re.
gard to his son's being Luper-
cus, 88 ; (B.C. 45) writes kindiy
to his brother, 318 ; his mis-
understanding with his son, 325;
his share in the legacy of Clu-
vius, 328; expected at Tuscu-
lum, 334.

Vol. iv. Misunderstanding
with his son, who takes his

mother's part, 18; said to be
going to marry Aquilia, 26;
divorces Pomponia, 27; owes
his brother money, 79; rejoices
at his son's change of politics,
80-81; drawn upon by his son,
90; strongly attached to his
son, 151 ; his letters to Tiro,
169, 170.

See also iii. 26; iv. 43, 51,
270.
Tullius Cicero, Quintus, son of
preceding :

Vol. I. (B.C. 63.) His illness,
67 ; (B.C. 56) gets on well with
his education, 219; speaks of the
quarrels of his father and mother,
223 ; Cicero offers his instruc-
tion, 275, 293, 298, 306-307,
338-339.

Vol. II. (B.C. 51.) Takes the
toga virilis, 89, 139; tries to
reconcile his father and mother,
149, 181; opens his father's
letters, 170 ; not to be left with
his father in Cilicia, 200; (B.C.
49) leaves his father and uncle
at Cumæ and goes to Rome to
visit Cæsar's agents, 366; Cicero
finds it impossible to restrain
him, 369, 371 ; his motives for
going to Rome, 375; spoilt by
his father, 391, 399.

Vol. III. (B.C. 48.) After
Pharsalia comes from Corcyra to
Patræ, 14 ; at Samos, 21 ; sent
to Cæsar, 22 ; at Ephesus de.
nounces Cicero, 26, 54; (B.C.
45) his services and dangers in
Spain, 267 ; his abuse of Cicero
in Spain, 280, 320; interview
with Cicero, 348.

Vol. IV. (B.C. 44.) Attends
the Parilia, 27, 44; writes to his
father protesting against Aquilia
as a stepmother, 38; closely
allied with Antony, 44; Atticus
writes to him, 49; tells Statius
that he means to leave Antony
and join Brutus and Cassius, 78,
80-81, 83; visits Cicero and

Vacerra, i. 276.
Vada (Sabbata), iv. 230, 237.
Valerian bank, the, i. 170.
Valerius, acquitted, i. 68.
Valerius, an interpreter, i. 27 ;

iv. 151.

says that he can marry Tutia,
97 ; promises fidelity to the
loyalists, 99; stays with Cicero
and visits Brutus, 100-101; re-
turns to Rome, 103 ; his inter-
view with Atticus, 108 ; his
habit of romancing, iii. 267 ;
iv. 81.

See also i. 89; ii. 148.
Tullius Montanus, L., iii. 258-

259; iv. 32, 39, 42, 91, 150.
Tullus. See Volcatius.
Turanius (or Turranius), Dec., i.

4; ii. 200, 202.
Turius, Q., iv. 194.
Turius Eros, iv. 194.
Turpilia, iv. 87.
Turpilius, Sext., iii. 294.
Turpio Amberrus, L., ii. 141.
Turullius, L., iv. 306.
Tuscanius, i. 77, 128.
Tuscilius, M., ii. 274.
Tusculans, the, iv. 52, 55-56.
Tusculan villa of Balbus, ii. 228;

of Brutus, iii. 279; of Crassus,
i. 281; of Hirtius, iv. 60, 62;
of Lentulus and Lucceius, ii.

144 ; iii. 247 ; of Varro, iii. 74.
Tusculum and Cicero's villa there,

i. 7, 96, 98, 193, 201, 211, 256,
262, 299, 309, 328, 345. ii.
220, 224, 332. iii. 56, 84,
94, 104, 147, 239, 247-249, 250-
254, 264, 274, 279, 263, 285,
289, 292, 301, 306, 315, 319,
322, 347, 355. iv. 56, 65, 73,

76, 91, 112, 122, 154, 156.
Tutia, iv. 97, 106.
Tyba, in Asia, ii. 66.
Tyndaris, in Sicily, iv. 52.
Tyrannio, a geographer and gram-
marian, i. 91, 219, 224, 309,

330; iii. 72, 142.
Tyre, ii. 329; the Tyrians, i. 270.

Valerius, a debtor in Cilicia, ii.237.
Valerius, L., a jurisconsult, letter

to, i. 340.
Valerius, P., a friend of Cicero's,

i. 170; ii. 131 ; iii. 257, 259, 288.
Valerius Flaccus, C., ii. 19.
Valerius Flaccus, L., i. 54, 125;

ii. 282.
Valerius Flaccus, P., iii. 140.
Valerius Flaccus, Q., i. 196-197.
Valerius Messalla Niger, M. (Cos.

B.C. 61), i. 27, 31-33, 35, 188,

152.
Valerius Messalla, M., ii. 34, 39,

64.
Valerius Messalla Corvinus, M.

(Cos. B.C. 53), i. 251, 279, 282,
286, 297, 301, 303-304; iii. 53,
180, 225, 281; iv. 18, 76, 95,

313, 318-319.
Valerius Orca, Q., letters to, i.

241, 242; iii. 337, 339.
Valerius Triarius, C., ii. 116; iii.

221.
Valerius Triarius, P., i. 283, 303-

304.
Valgius Hippianus, C., iii. 363.
Vardæi, in Dalmatia, iii. 303.
Varisidius, M., iv. 197, 206.
Varius, P., i. 14.
Varro. See Terentius.
Varro Murena, iii. 158.
Varus, Sext., iv. 189, 295.
Vatican hills and plain, the, iii. 300.
Vatinius, P., i. 93, 98, 123, 219,

290, 311-312, 319, 320, 338;

iii. 14, 302, 343, 360.
Vedius, P., ii. 145.
Veii, iii. 104.
Veiento, i. 301 ; ii. 220.
Velabrum, iv. 321.
Velia, ii. 249, 375; iii. 77 ; iv.

109, 110, 112, 299.
Velina, tribe, i. 286.
Veline Lake, i. 285.

Ulysses, i. 341 ; iv. 236.
Ulubræ, i. 349, 353.
Umbria, ii. 274.
Ummius, i. 385.
Urania, i. 248.
Utica, iii. 72.

Venafrum, i. 292 ; ii. 250.

Cicero, 163; (B.C. 43) holds a
Vennonius, historian, iii. 84.

levy, 179; opposes a motion of
Vennonius, C., a banker, ii. 145, Cicero's in the senate, 181, 185;
169, 246 ; iii. 153.

Brutus wishes Pansa to get him
Ventidius Bassus, P., iv. 99, 221, a grant of money, 205; is named

226, 230, 237, 257, 259, 288. for the province of Asia, 274 ;
Venuleia, iii. 218.

at the battle of Forum Gallorum,
Venuleius, iv. 303.

211-212; his death, 221, 225,
Venus of Apelles, i. 117, 317 ; son 228, 287; before his death sum-

of Venus (=Cæsar), ii. 299. mons Decimus Brutus, 236; the
Venusia, ii. 11; iii. 57 ; iv. 101. suspicion against Glyco of hav.
Vergilius, C., i. 128; ii. 165; iii. ing caused Pansa's death, 255;
252, 257, 276.

his army under Octavian, 267.
Verginius, iii. 271.

Q. Cicero's opinion of Pansa
Verrius, iii. 98, 102; iv. 274.

and Hirtius, iv. 170.
Vescia, iv. 51.

Vibo, in Bruttium (Monte Leone),
Vesta, temple of, i. 170; the Ves. i. 137-138 ; iv. 110.
tals, i. 31 ; iii. 43.

Vibullius Rufus, L., i. 248, 297,
Vestorius, C., a banker at Puteoli, 314; ii. 266, 268, 270, 272,

i. 233, 273, 281, 333; ii. 74, 279, 306.
150, 154, 369, 396; iii. 267, Victor, iv. 28.
278, 280, 285, 321, 327-329, Victory, figure of, iii. 310.

332 ; iv. 15, 22, 28, 45-46. Vidius, iii. 185.
Vettienus, a banker, ii. 369, 392, Vienne, iv. 220.

396, 399; iii. 84 ; iv. 142. Villius Annalis, L., i. 298; ii.
Vettii, the, i. 370.

76-77.
Vettius, from whom Cicero bought Villius, Sext., i. 356.
a villa, i. 225.

Vindullus, ii. 145.
Vettius, a iudex, ii. 141.

Vinicius, L. (Tr. Pl. B.C. 51), ii.
Vettius Chrysippus, an architect, 77.

i. 89, 351 ; iii. 264 ; iv. 15. Visellia, iv. 142.
Vettius, L., an informer, i. 121 Visellius, T., i. 178.
123; Append. B, 382.

Vitularia via, i. 292.
Vettius, Spurius, co-heir of the Voconius, a Pompeian, ii. 308.

property of Brinnius, iii. 285. Vocontii, in Gallia Narbonensis,
Vibius Curius, i. 115; ii. 320.

the, iv. 293.
Vibius, T., iv. 242.

Volaterræ, i. 54 ; iii. 337-340 ;
Vibius Pansa, C. (Cos. B.C. 43),

iv. 146.
as tribune vetoes a Sctum (B.C. Volcatius Tullus, L. (Cos. B.C.
51), ii. 77-78; (B.C. 45) pro 66), i. 199, 204-206, 208; ii.
consul of Gallia Cisalpina, iii. 219, 273, 291, 307, 336, 354,
193-194, 201, 204, 207, 220; 356, 361 ; iii. 137, 213.
an Epicurean, 195; see also Volcatius Tullus, L. (Præt. B.C. 46,
316.

Cos. B.C. 33), iii. 64; iv. 16.
(B.C. 44.) Stays with Cicero

Volsci, ii. 334.
at Puteoli, iv. 20; angry with Volumnia, iii. 25.
Antony, 40; entertains Hirtius, Volumnius Eutrapelus, P., letters
49; distrusted by Octavian, 72; to, ii. 90; iii. 96; Cicero dines
satisfies Cicero by his language, with him, 102.
83-84, 168; Cicero wishes to Volumnius Flaccus, iv. 242, 260.
act with him, 147 ; visited by Volusius, Cn., ii. 31.

Xenophon, i. 78, 129, 228, 230.

Volusius, M., ii. 255.
Volusius, Q., ii. 127, 237 ; iii.

360.

Xeno, of Apollonis, ii. 36.
Xeno, of Athens, an Epicurean,

ii. 26, 31-32, 203; iv. 32, 81,

107.
Xenocrates, of Chalcedon, i. 39.
Xenomenes, of Thyreum, ii. 210.
Xenon, a debtor to Atticus, üi.

320.

Zaleucus, ii. 142.
Zeno, the founder of the Stoics,

ji. 293:
Zethus, iii. 105.
Zeugma, on the Euphrates, i. 267.
Zeus, i. 331.
Zeuxis, of Blaundus, i. 127.
Zmyrna, ii. 330.
Zoster, in Attica, ii. 34.

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