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gladiators of Iulius, reduced by wounds and age-the starveling remainders of Cæsar's training school—to accept the wand of dismissal,' surrounded by whom he wrought general havoc, spared no one, lived for his own enjoyment, and held the Republic as his private possession, as though in marriage with a rich wife he had received it as a legacy? The two Decii will hear that those citizens are slaves, to secure whose supremacy over their enemies they devoted themselves for victory. Gaius Marius, who refused to have even a common soldier who was unchaste, will hear that we are the slaves of an immoral despot. Brutus will hear that the people, whom he first and afterwards his descendants liberated from tyrants, has been consigned to slavery as the price of shame. These reports, if by no one else, will be quickly carried down to them by myself. For as I shall be unable to escape your tyrannies while living, I have determined to fly from life and from them at the same time.

1 He seems to mean “to accept dismissal from the gladiatorial school and serve him as a bodyguard.” Cp. vol. ii., p. 251.

2 Plutarch, Marius, 14.

INDEX

(The references are to volume and page)

iii. 297

ABDERA, in Thrace (= “Bed-

lam,” i. 302), ii. 227.
“ Academia" in Cicero's Tusculan

villa, i. 6, 9, 12.
Academica, the, iii. 285, 288, 291;

dedicated to Varro, 304.
Academics, the, iii. 286; iv. 112.
Academy at Athens, the, ii. 146,

190; iii. 199, 274.
Academy, New, iii. 293, 305, 307.
Acastus, a slave of Cicero's, i.

385-386 ; ii. 199-202.
Accius, L., a poet, iii. 92, 96; iv.

100, 105.
Achaia, i. 145 ; iii. 29, 34, 37,

162, 208; iv. 69, 224.
Achilles, i. 230 ; ii. 319; iv. 236.
Achilles, a freedman of M. Brutus,

iv. 255.

Ælius Pætus Catus, Sext., iv. 88.
Ælius Tubero, Q., i. 73, 280, 328;
Ælius, M., iv. 91, 96.
Ælius Lamia, L., i. 271; ii. 18;

iii. 214-215, 223, 326 ; iv. 95-
96, 285-286.
Ælius Ligur, P., ii. 9, 88; iv. 11.
Æmilian tribe, i. 102.
Æmilian road, iv. 212.
Æmilius Avianius, M., ii. 158; iii.

157, 163.
Æmilius Lepidus Livianus, Mani.

lius or Manius (Cos. B.C. 77),

i. 199; ii. 265, 273, 287.
Æmilius Lepidus, M. (Cos. B.C.

46), his wife, ii. 145; prætor,
ii. 330, 336; consul, iii. 162;
master of the horse to Cæsar,
iii. 318, 349; see also iii. 327 ;
after Cæsar's death, iv. 5; his
inauguration as Pontifex Maxi-
mus, iv. 102, 151; his conduct
in Narbonensis and final junction
with Antony, iv. 183-184, 187,
192, 220-223, 229, 230-231, 237-
240, 257-262, 265, 268, 280-281,
283, 286, 292-293, 300, 312-315,

322-323.
Æmilius Paullus, L. (Cos. B.C.

50), i. 122, 219, 283 ; ii. 43,
83, 110, 113, 137, 168, 175 ; iii.

68; iv. 12-13, 264.
Æmilius Paullus Macedonicus, L.

(Cos. B.C. 182, 166), i. 262;
Æmilius Philemo, M., a freedman

Acilius Balbus, M' (Cos.

150), iii. 272.
Acilius Glabrio, M' (Cos. B.C. 67),

i. 199; ii. 135; iii. 213.
Acilius Glabrio, M', a legate of

Cæsar, iii. 349-354, 358-359, 361.
Acta publica, ii. 405-406.
Actium, in Acarnania, ii. 20; in

Corcyra, ii. 211, 215.
Acutilius, i. 2, 6, II.
Acutius, Q., i. 304.
Adriatic, the, ii. 374.
Æbutius, iv. 106.
Æculanum, ii. 217; iv. 106.
Ædui (or Hædui), i. 53, 340.
Ægina, iii. 210.
Ægypta, a slave, i. 385-386 ; ii.

B.C.

of Lepidus, i. 353.

306; iii. 238, 271.
Ælia lex, i. 43, 97.

iii. 233.

Æmilius Scaurus, M. (Cos. B.C.

119, 107), i. 317.
Æmilius Scaurus, M. (Ædile B.C.

58), i. 279, 286-287, 290, 295,

297, 302-305, 335.
Ænaria, island off the coast of

Campania, ii. 396.
Æsculapius, ii. 404.
Æsernia, in Samnium, ii. 296.
Æsop, an actor, i. 132-133, 258,

260; his son, iii. 35.
Ætolia, ii. 86.
Afranius, L. (Cos. B.C. 60), i. 43,

53, 188, 204, 249; in Spain, as
Pompey's legate, ii

. 254, 269,
279, 283, 384 ; his death, iii.

95.
Africa, i. 241, 313, 370; ii. 50,

316; iii. 19, 27, 30, 33-35, 70,
76, 115, 125, 218, 362; iv. 194-
195, 282, 289, 327; Africans,

i. 80; African beasts, ii. 50, 78.
Africani, the, iv. 332.
Africanus. See P. Cornelius Scipio.
Agamemnon, i. 51; ii. 328 ; iv.

33.
Agesilaus, i. 129, 229.
Agusius, Tit., iii. 44, 152.
Ajax, iv. 236.
Alabanda, in Caria, ii. 93-94, 97.
Alauda, legion raised by Cæsar in

Gaul, iv. 146.
Alba Fucensis, ii. 274, 276, 320.
Alban Mount, i. 10.
Alban villa, (1) of Pompey, ii. 224,
Annii, the, i. 370.
Annius Cimber, C., iv. 142.
Annius Milo Papianus, T. (Trib.

227, 229; (2) of Curio, ii. 348.
Albanius, C., iii. 266.
Albinius, C., iii. 343.
Albinus. See Postumius Albinus.
Albius Casinas, T., iii. 300.
Albius Sabinus, i. 387 ; iii. 287;

iv. 41-42.
Alcibiades, ii. 142.
Aledius, iii. 86, 216, 218, 220.
Alexander the Great, i. 229, 230;

ii. 81, 87, 104 ; iii. 243.
Alexander of Ephesus, a poet, i.

120; cp. 115.
Alexander, Cicero's freedman, iii.

265.
Alexandria, i. 89, 209, 210, 237,

288 ; ii. 329; ii. 17, 31, 34-
37, 41, 43, 55 ; iv. 191.
Alexion, agent of Atticus, ii. 215;

iii. 307: a physician, iv. 48,

53-54.
Alexis, servant of Atticus, ii. 89,

214, 229; iii. 315; iv. 158.
Alfius Flavus, C., i. 299, 306.
Aliphera, in Peloponnese, ii. 150.
Allia, battle of the, ii. 319.
Allienus, Aul., i. 73; ii. 399 ; iii.

166; iv. 180, 232.
Allobroges, i. 30, 62, 125; iv.

231, 238, 303.
Alphæus, R., iii. 89.
Alpine tribes, iv. 145.
Alps, the, iv. 184, 222,230, 237,303.
Alsium, iii. 86, 333.
Alyzia, in Acarnania, ii. 207-208.
Amafinius, C., an Epicurean

philosopher, iii. 195.
Amaltheia and Amaltheium, i. 30,

44, 66, 94, 115.
Amanus, Mt., ii. 72, 81, 87, 89,

103-104, 115 ; iv. 279.
Ambracia, iv. 254.
Amianus, ii. 139.
Amphiaraus, iii. 122.
Ampia, iii. 128.
Ampius Balbus, T., i. 208 ; ii. 271,

386 ; iii. 126, 151.
Ampius Menander, T., iii. 151.
Amyntas, father of Philip, iii. 313.
Anagnia, i. 223 ; iii. 147 ; iv. 150.
Ancharius, Q., letter to, i. 261.
Anchialus, iii. 365.
Ancona, ii. 241, 253, 259.
Andricus, a slave of Cicero's, i.

384-385,
Andromache, play by Ennius, i.

286.
Andromenes, iii. 304, 306.
Andron, of Laodicea, iii. 149.
Andronicus, C., ii. 44.
Anicatus, i. 114.
Anicius, C., i. 202, 252; iii. 362.
Anicius, T., i. 299.
Aniensis, the tribe, ii, 76, 77.
Anneius, C., iv. 194.
Anneius, M., Cicero's legate, ii.

9, 94-95, 101, 104, 147,

Pl. B.C. 58-57), favourable to
Cicero, i. 158; his house on
the Germalus, 195 ; his other
house (Anniana), 196; inter-
rupts the comitia, 197-198; in
the senate, 199, 201 ; im-
peached by Clodius, 213-215,
217; obtains gladiators, 220-
221; his trial, 224, 304; de-
fends Cicero's house, 233, 238;
his betrothal, 255; his wed-
ding, 262; recommended to
Cæsar, 269; reconciled with C.
Cato, 282 ; his games as ædile,
296, 337 ; his canvass for the
consulship, 337, 356-358 ; his
property and position after con-
demnation for the murder of
Clodius, ii. 18, 24, 26, 106, 163,

Antonius, a friend of Q. Cicero, i.

131.
Antonius, C., second son of the

orator(Cos. B.C.63, with Cicero),

i. 13, 25, 26, 27, 30, 67, 368.
Antonius, Dec., an officer under

Cicero in Cilicia, ii. 54.
Antonius, M., the orator (Cos. B.C.

99), i. 151; ii. 91 ; iii. 234.
Antonius Creticus, M. (father of

the triumvir), i. 32, 303.
Antonius, M., son of Creticus (Cos.
B.C. 44, triumvir B.C. 43):

Vol. II. Selected as quæstor
by Cæsar, 191 ; elected augur,
196, 331 ; speaks against Pom-
pey, 230; writes to Cicero dis-
suading him from leaving Italy,
378, 384, 388; his travelling
through Italy with Cytheris,
289, 391 ; his lions, 395; pre-
vents Cicero's departure, 399;
his house, 395.

Vol. III. Allows Cicero to
return to Italy after Pharsalia,
19, 30, 41 ; returns from Narbo,
205-207.

Vol. IV. His attitude to the
assassins of Cæsar, 1-2, 8-9, 71,
79, 244-245 ; puts the false
Marius to death, 13; his rela-
tions with Octavian, 18; his
use of Cæsar's papers, 20; writes
to Cicero about Sext. Clodius,
22-24, 27, 39; his proposed
measures and seizure of the
treasures in temple of Ops, 29;
his correspondence with Brutus
and Atticus, 30; his attitude
in regard to Buthrotum, 37, 49;
his tampering with the veterans,
38; his employment of Quintus
Cicero the younger, 44, 78, 80;
his increasing tyranny, 54, 57,
61, 131, 330; remonstrances of
Brutus and Cassius with, 63-
64, 118-122 ; speaks against the
assassins, 138 ; his own assassin-
ation planned by Octavian, 139-
140; Octavian determines to go
to war with him, 145, 214, 247,

181, 313, 326, 348.
Annius Saturninus, ii. 2.
Antæus, iii. 311.
Antandrus, in Mysia, i. 127.
Anteros, ii. 348; iii. 2.
Antigonus, a freedman, iii. 351.
Antilibanus, i. 106.
Antioch, ii. 81, 87, 103, 125 ; iii.

50; iv. 274, 279.
Antiochus, a literary slave of Atti-

cus, iii. 276.
Antiochus of Ascalon, an Acade-

mician, iii. 285, 291, 305, 307.
Antiochus of Commagene, ii. 51,

66.
Antiochus Gabinius, i. 326.
Antipater of Derbe, i. 342.
Antiphon, an actor, i. 285.
Antistius, Tit., iii. 67.
Antistius Labeo, Q., i. 75, 298;

iii. 285; iv. 216, 324.
Antistius Vetus, C., i. 200, 201 ;

iv. 15.

Antistius Vetus, iv. 205, 224,

313
Antium, i. 61, 69, 91, 96, 98-99,

100, 234, 254 ; ii. 332 ; iii. 206,

318; iv. 68, 69.
Antius, i. 302.

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