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iii. 333.

321 ; the veterans refuse to join Apameia, i. 127; ii. 45, 69, 70-
him, 146; Cicero fears that he 71, 86, 101, 128, 170-171, 183,
will succeed, 147, 151; he is 236; iii. 149; iv. 233.
approaching Rome from Brun. Apella of Chius, iii. 206.
disium, 152, 155-157, 159, 186; Apella, a freedman of Lepidus, iv.
his unpopularity, 165; his prob- 261.
able influence on Pansa and Apelles, the painter of Colophon,
Hirtius, 170; the embassy from i. 117, 229, 317; a freedman,
the senate to him, 174; is
declared a public enemy, 331;

Apenas, a letter-carrier, i. 244.
the mistake of having spared Apennines, the, iv. 230, 237.
him, 174-175; he occupies Bon- Apollo, i. 299 ; ii. 404 ; temple of,
onia, 179; Lepidus declares his i. 214; ii. 42, 76, 77 ; iv. 53 ;
sympathy with him, 183-184; games of, i. 112; iv. 103 ;
writes to Hirtius and Octa. Pythian Apollo, iv. 218.
vian, 189-191; his defeat at Apollodorus, iii. 216.
Forum Gallorum, 212-213, 263, Apollonia, in Epirus, iii. 67.
282, 288 ; Dec. Brutus in pur- Apollonis, in Lydia, ii. 36; Apol.
suit of him, 221-222, 242; lonidenses, i. 130-131.
the effects of his defeat, 225, Appia, in Phrygia, ii. 117; Ap-
250-251; obtains reinforcements, piani, ii. 118, 122.
229; and is joined by Ven- Appian legions, ii. 253, 262.
tidius, 230-231 ; but is not Appian road, the, i. 331 ; ii. 284,
supported as he might have been 310, 339; iv. 153-154.
by Dolabella, 233; the necessity Appias, coined as epithet for
of crushing him, 242, 252, 260; Minerva, i. 364.
his ambition, 253; is joined by Appii Forum, i. 100.
Silanus and Culleo, 257-258; Appius. See Claudius; also ii.
reaches Forum Iulii, 261; the 138.
attitude of Lepidus to him, Appiusism, ii. 118.
283; and of Asinius Pollio, 287, Appuleia (applied to Clodius), i.
296; Lepidus joins him on the

254.
29th of May, 293, 315; his Appuleius, M., an augur, iii. 199,
veterans, 267 ; his laws, 274; 200, 201, 204.
Cicero's attacks on him, 246, Appuleius, a land agent, ii. 31;
248-249, 250, cp. 332.

See also iii. 200, 204.
316-317.

Appuleius Saturninus, Cn., ii.
Antonius, C. (Prætor B.C. 44), i. 196; iv. 194.

303 ; iv. 78, 105; in Macedonia Apulia, i. 333, 341 ; ii. 264, 281,
captured by Brutus, iv. 204, 210; 284, 295-296, 374.
his despatch to the senate, 213, Aquilia, iv. 26, 38.
215, 221, 264.

Aquilius Gallus, C., i. 13, 254.
Antonius, L. (Trib. Pl. B.C. 45- Aquilius, M' (Cos. B.C. 129), i.

44), i. 303; iv. 43-44, 61, 71, 328.
75, 82; with his brother Marcus Aquinum, ii. 3; iv. 153-154, 177.

in Gaul, iv. 238, 257, 288. Arabarches, title of Egyptian fin-
Antonius, Gaius and Lucius, i. ance minister applied in derision

303 ; the three Antonies, iv. 216, to Pompey, i. 109.
234 ; cp. ii. 41, 156-157, 187.

Arabia Felix, ii. 340.
Antro, a freedman of Cicero's, iv. Arabians, the, ii. 66, 72, 83, 103.
75.

Arabio, iv. 75.

the people of Arpinum, i. 233 ;

iv. 73.

Aradus, in Phoenicia, ii. 329.
Ara Alexandri, ii. 104.
Arbuscula, an actress, i. 286.
Arcadia, ii. 150, 369, 395.
Arcanum, villa of Q. Cicero near

Minturnæ, i. 224, 291, 305, 338;

ii. 3, 224, 360 ; iv. 153.
Archelaus, priest of the Comani,

ii. 103 note.
Archias, a poet of Antioch, i. 44.

See Licinius.
Archilochus, i. 115, 117; iv. 149.
Archimedes, iii, 85, 263.
Areopagites, i. 34, 285; ii. 29,

iii. 4.

32.
Areus, a freedman, ii. 20.
Argiletum, i. 36; iii. 225.
Ariarathes, brother of Ariobar.

zanes Eusebes, king of Cappa-
docia, ii. 62; son of Ariobar.

zanes, iii. 265.
Ariminum, i. 274 ; ii. 43, 64, 253;
Ariobarzanes III. Eusebes, king

of Cappadocia, ii. 62, 64, 88,
102, 134, 174, 185; iii. 265;

his father's murder, ii. 63.
Aristarchus, the critic, i. 33; ii.

174; iii. 185.
Aristippus, a Socratic, iii. 103.
Aristocritus, a freedman, i. 179,

180.
Aristodemus, an actor, i. 94.
Ariston, ii. 156.
Aristophanes, i. 298; iii. 193.
Aristoteles. See Licinius.
Aristotle, the philosopher, i. 61,

249, 280, 323, 328 ; iii. 243 ;

iv. 112.
Aristoxenus, of Tarentum, an Aris-

totelian, ii. 285.
Aristus, an Academician, ii. 26.
Armenia, i. 23; ii. 52, 61; iii.

107.
Arpi, in Apulia, ii. 318.
Arpinum, i. 4, 44, 96, 101, 103,

107-108, 224, 252, 255, 291-294,
298 ; ii. 3, 291, 310, 318, 320,
348, 352, 354-355, 400, 404 ;
iii. 62-63, 147, 212, 281, 289,
328; iv. 47, 53, 146, 155, 158;

Arretium, i. 54 ; ii. 253.
Arrius, C., Cicero's neighbour at

Formiæ, i. 103, 104.
Arrius, Q., an orator, i. 48, 90, 93,

151.
Arruntius, L., i. 353.
Arsaces, king of the Parthians, ii.

196.
Artavasdes, king of Armenia, ii.

61, 86, 125; cp. 52.
Artaxerxes, king of Persia, ii. 382.
Artemon, of Laodicea, iii. 149.
Ascanio, a slave of Q. Cicero's, i.

309.
Asclapo, physician at Patræ, ii.

212 ; iii. 157.
Asia, i. 36, 43, 48, 73, 76-81, 107,

132, 140, 147, 155, 167, 283-
284, 300, 356 ; ii. 37, 47, 67,
122, 127-128, 173, 186, 220,
316 ; iii. 2, 3, 17, 33-34, 36-37,
149, 151-152, 177, 210, 365; iv.
58, 66, 69, 205, 210, 232, 263,

272-274, 276, 305.
Asinius Dento, ii. 87.
Asinius Pollio, C., i. 218; re-

ported shipwreck of, iii. 71; with
Cæsar in Spain, 240, 242, 316 ;
governor of Bætica, iv. 9, 222,
231 ; writes to Cicero, 182, 286,

294.
Astura (a river and islet in Latium),

Cicero at, iii. 198-230, 238-253,
243, 255, 311, 312-313, 322 ;

iv. 19, 31, 40, 71-72.
Astyanax, son of Hector, i. 286.
Ateius, i. 251.
Ateius Capito, C., ii. 280 ; iii. 67,

68-69.
Ateius (or Atteius) Capito, L., ii.

76-77.
Atella, in Campania, i. 275 ;

Atellan plays, iii. 92.
Athamas, iii. 315.
Athenæus, ii. 102.
Athenais, wife of Ariobarzanes, ii.

103.
Athenio, king of Sicilian fugitive

slaves, i. 99.

Aurelia, iii 295.
Aurelia Orestilla, wife of Catiline,

ii. 116.
Aurelianus, i. 281.
Aurelius Cotta, C. (Cos. B.C. 75),

i. 379; iii. 208, 291.
Aurelius Cotta, L. (Cos. B.C. 65),

iii. 213, 217, 220, 310; iv. 137.
Aurelius Cotta, M., ii. 400 ; iii.

215.
Aurelius Orestes, L. and C., i.

261.
Autronius, house of, i. 32.
Autronius Pætus, P. (Cos.-design.

B.C. 65), i. 137, 143.
Aventine, the, iii. 225.
Avianius Evander, C., i. 255-256;

ii. 158.

Athenodorus, a Stoic of Tarsus, ii.

119.
Athenodorus Calvus, iv. 150, 156.
Athens, i. 1, 2, 4-8, 10-12, 16, 62,

132, 143, 145, 147, 300 ; ii. 25,
26-28, 31, 33-34, 144, 154, 171,
190, 199, 201-202, 206 ; iii. 7,
51, 92, 192, 198, 199, 216, 218,
226, 273-274 ; iv. 58, 76, 111;
“ An owl to Athens," i. 290 ;

iii. 73, 190.
Athens, Constitution of, by Di.

cæarchus, i. 67.
Atilius (or Attilius), a money-

lender, ii. 64, 96.
Atilius Serranus, Sext. (Cos. B.C.

136), ii. 272.
Atilius Serranus, Sext. (Trib. Pl.

B.C. 57), i. 191.
Atilius Regulus, M., iv. 150.
Atius Labienus, T., a legatus of

Cæsar, i. 331, 334-335; deserts
Cæsar, ii. 228, 241, 244, 246,

248, 250, 253, 255.
Attic style, iv. 51.
Attica (or Atticula, ii. 80), by
which

Cicero always
speaks of Cæcilia, the daughter
of Atticus, except ii. 154, 179: ii.
143, 199; iii. 147-148, 201,
204, 217-220, 223, 238, 244,
254, 284, 286, 292, 299, 331,
333; iv. 8, 33, 41, 45-46, 93,

100, 109, 112, 122, 151, 252.
Atticus. See Pomponius.
Attius Balbus, M. (grandfather of

Augustus), i. 99.
Attius Dionysius, iv. 302, 173.
Attius Pælignus, C., ii. 285.
Attius Varus, P., ii. 250, 253 n. ;
Attus Nævius, ii. 381.
Aufidius, who owed Cicero money,
Aufidius, Sext., iv. 194-195.
Aufidius Lurco (Tr. Pl. B.C. 61),

Avianius Flaccus, C., i. 358, 359;

iii. 166, 352 ; his son, 167.
Avianius Hammonius, C., iii. 138,

162.
Avianius Philoxenus, C., iii. 352.
Avius, iii. 271, 274.
Axianus, M., iv. 96.
Axius, a senator, i. 161; ii. 125.
Axius, Q., a money-lender, i. 26,

391, 396; iii. 148.

name

Babullius, iii. 319.
Bacchæ, i. 256.
Bacchis, iv. 93.
Bæbius, ii. 348 ; iii. 326.
Bagiennus, P., iv. 288.
Baiæ, i. 42, 252 ; iii. 77, 244,
280, 283; ii. 126; iv. 18, 21,
37, 40, 43, 51-52, 55-56, 71, 73,
76, 79, 85, 95, 97-98, 105, 113,

i. 13, 43.
Aulus, son of, i.e., L. Afranius, i.

42, 52, 60, 68.
Aulus, ii. 152. See Gabinius.
Aurelia lex, i. 152.

cp. 262.

347 ; iv. 13, 143.
Balbilius, iv. 142.
Balbinus, iii. 316.
Balbus. See Cornelius.
Bald-head, i.e., Crassus, i. 39; C.

Matius Calvena, iv. 6-7.
Balearic isles, the, iii. 72.
Barea, in Spain, iv. 103.
Barba. See Cassius.
Barnæus, iv. 39.
Basilus. See Minucius.
Basilus, tomb of, ii. 231.
Bassus. See Cæcilius and Ven.

tidius.
Bassus, Lucilius, iii. 89.

iii. 319.

116.
Byzantium, i. 248; ii. 329; the

Byzantines, iv, 13.

Batonius, ii. 198.
Battara, i. 287.
Bauli, in Campania, ii. 17.
Bellienus (or Billienus), ii. 299 ; iii.

314.
Bellovaci, the, ii. 16.
Beneventum, ii. 7, 8, 351.
Bestia. See Calpurnius.
Bibulus. See Calpurnius.
Bithynia, ii. 99, 100; iii. 68.
Blandeno, i. 276.
Blaundus, in Phrygia, i. 127.
Blesamius, an agent of Deiotarus,

iv. 179, 216.
Boeotia, iii. 273.
Bogudes, king of Mauretania, iv.

295.
Bolanus, M., iii. 172.
Bona Dea, i. 316.
Bononia (Bologna), iv. 179, 236.
Boñatis, i.e., Iuno, applied in ridi-

cule to Clodia, i. 96, 99, 102,

119, 121.
Bostra, in Arabia, i. 267.
Bovillæ, i. 292; ii. 35.
Brinnius, iii. 287, 332.
Britain, i. 273, 276-277, 287, 289,

296, 299, 327, 332, 339, 346,

351; ii. 175.
Brogitarus, a Galatian, i. 248.
Brundisium, i. 36, 137-138, 140,

142-145, 187 ; ii. II, 13, 14,
19, 39, 53, 133, 202, 212-213,
215, 277, 283-285, 289, 292,
295-296, 304, 310-311, 315, 317-
318, 320, 336, 344-345, 348-
349, 359, 390 ; iii. 12, 15, 61,
194, 358; iv. 79, 81, 104, 123-

124, 142, 186.
Brutus. See Iunius.
Brutus, a play of Accius, iv. 100.
Bruttius, L., a Roman knight

living in Sicily, iii. 354.
Bruttius, a grammarian, iv. 129,

130.
Bucilianus (one of the assassins),

iv. 76, 104.
Bullis, in Illyricum, i. 135.
Bursa. See Munatius Plancus.
Bussenius, ii. 274.
Buthrotum, in Epirus, i. 191, 234,

Cæcilia. See Attica.
Cæcilian law, the, i. 97.
Cæcilius, Q., a Roman knight

and money-lender, uncle of At.

ticus, i. 14-15, 26.
Cæcilius Pomponianus Atticus,

Q., the name of Atticus after
adoption by preceding, i. 168.
Cæcilius, Q., killed by Catiline, i.

369.
Cæcilius Bassus, Q. (Quæstor B.C.

59), i. 96; in Syria, iïi. 335 ;

iv. 2, 15-16, 143, 180, 233.
Cæcilius Eutychides, Tit., freed-

man of Atticus, i. 284.
Cæcilius Metellus, M. (Præt. B.C.

69), i. 61, 128, 321, 382.
Cæcilius Metellus, L. (Tr. Pl.

B.C. 49), ii. 321, 364, 382 : iii.

18, 316.
Cæcilius Metellus Calvus, L. (Cos.

B.C. 142), iii. 272.
Cæcilius Metellus Celer, Q. (Cos.

B.C. 69), i. 19, 20-23, 32, 48,

50, 52-55, 60, 62, 64; ii. 171.
Cæcilius Metellus Creticus, Q.

(Cos. 69), i. 54 ; iv. 283.
Cæcilius Metellus Nepos, Q.,

brother of preceding (Tr. Pl.
B.C. 63-62, Cos. B.C. 57), i. 19,
23, 90, 99, 173, 176, 182, 196,

197, 233.
Cæcilius Metellus Numidicus, L.

(Cos. B.C. 109), i. 39.
Cæcilius Metellus Numidicus, Q.

(the younger), i. 317-318.
Cæcilius Metellus Pius, Q., son of

Numidicus (Cos. B.C. 80), ii. 76-

77:
Cæcilius Metellus Pius Scipio

Nasica, Q. (adopted by Q. Me-
tellus Pius), father of Pompey's
last wife, i. 65; ii. 51, 76, 77,
141-142, 223, 283, 308, 312,
i. 370.

340; after his death Antony

possessed his house, iv. 136.
Cæcilius Rufus, L. (Tr. Pl. B.C.

63), i. 128, 306.
Cæcilius Statius, C., a poet, i.

44; ii. 221 ; quoted, 79.
Cæcina, Aulus, of Volaterræ, iii.

119, 148-149, 167-168, 175,

178; his son, iii. 124, 168.
Cæcina, of Volaterræ, iv. 146, 270.
Cæcius, M., ii. 339, 345.
Cælius (unknown), ii. 394, 398, 401.
Cælius, a money-lender, ii. 222;

iii. 142, 270-271.
Cælius, C. (Tr. Pl. B.C. 51), ii.

77-78.
Cælius Antipater, L., annalist, iii.

278.
Cælius Caldus, C. (Cos. B.C. 94),
Cælius Caldus, C. (Quæstor B.C.

50), ii. 154; his father Lucius
and grandfather Gaius, 164, 178,

180, 190-191, 205.
Caelius Rufus, M., his trial, i. 270 ;

his request for panthers, ii. 143 ;
his extravagance, 144 ; his re-
port of Dolabella's conversation,
161; his tribuneship (B.C. 52),
204 ; his change to Cæsarism,
220, 258, 264, 367; letters to
Cicero, 15, 21, 23, 33, 44, 73,
82, 113, 116, 175, 182, 194,
196, 298, 367; iii. 4; letters
to from Cicero, ii. 33, 79, 80,

109, 148, 154, 162, 166, 185, 385.
Cælius Vinicianus, M., i. 336;

42.
Cæparius, M., iii. 147.
Cæpio. See Servilius.
Cærellia, a learned lady, iii. 152-

153, 257-258, 292, 308 ; iv. 40,

49, 91.
Cæsar. See Iulius.
Cæsar for Cæsarion, iv. 43.
Cæsena, on the Rubicon, iv. 170.
Cæsius, an agent of Q. Cicero, i.

292.
Cæsius, L., on the staff of Q.

Cicero, i. 75, 127.
Cæsius, P., of Ravenna, iii. 366.

Cæsius, M., of Arpinum, iii. 63.
Cæsonius, M., ædile with Cicero,

i. 13; ii. 145.
Caieta, i. 10, 12; ii. 283; iv. 12.
Calacta, in Sicily, iii. 353.
Calatia, in Campania, iv. 145.
Caldus. See Cælius.
Calenius, M., ii. 273.
Cales, in Campania, ii. 250, 256,

263, 280, 283, 296; üi. 196.

197 ; iv. 151.
Calidius, M. (Præt. B.C. 57), i.

151, 265, 303 ; ii. 40, 51.
Calliope, i. 69.
Callipides, iii. 284.
Calpe, in Spain, iv. 295.
Calpurnianus, M. Pupius Piso

(Cos. B.C. 61), i. 27, 32, 41;
his character, 30, 35; a speaker

in the de Finibus, iii. 291.
Calpurnius Bibulus, M.:

Vol. I. His canvas, 48; post-
pones the comitia in B.C. 59 by
edicts, 102, 103, 106, 114.117;
his connexion with plot of Vet-
tius, 122-123; his view as to the
mission to Egypt, 204-206, 208 ;
attacks Pompey in the senate,
214-215; supports the claim of
the Tenedians, 265; Cicero de-
clares his sympathy with him,
312. See also 315.

Vol. II. Proconsul in Syria,
9, 14, 46, 52, 58, 67 ; his edict,
140; threatened by Parthians,
65, 81, 87, 103, 115, 125, 139,
199, 217; the loss of his sons,
180 ; his refusal to recognize
the Iulian laws, 183; his aliena-
tion from Cicero, 184-185; sup-
plicatio in honour of, 216;
leaves his province in charge of
Veiento, 220; his cowardly con-
duct in view of the Parthian in.
vasion, 199; cp. iii. 337.

His sons, iii. 225 ; iv. 318.
Calpurnius Piso, C. (Cos. B.C. 67),

i. 14, 30-31, 37, 48;
Calpurnius Piso, L., ii. 379.
Calpurnius Piso Bestia, L., i. 217;

jii, 213

iv. 249.

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