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says that he can marry Tutia, 97; promises fidelity to the loyalists, 99; stays with Cicero and visits Brutus, 100-101 ; returns to Rome, 103 ; his interview 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, 250254, 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 grammarian, i. 91, 219, 224, 309,

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

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

iv. 151. 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.

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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 havVergilius, 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; ii. 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), üi. 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,

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

with him, 102. 83-84, 168; Cicero wishes to Volumnius Flaccus, iv. 242, 260. act with him, 147 ; visited by Volusius, Cn., ii. 31.

316.

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

360.

Xenophon, i. 78, 129, 228, 230.
Zaleucus, ii. 142.
Zeno, the founder of the Stoics,

jii. 293:

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, iii.

320.

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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