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Sipylus, a mountain of Asia Minor, in Spain, Sp. 34, 36; chosen by lot, not by
Lydia, Sy. 30.

conscription, 49; sicken from unaccus-
Sisenna, L., a lieutenant of Pompey in tomed food and climate, 54, 78; wear

the war against the pirates, Mi. 95. iron rings, Pu 104; perform military
Sisinius, a proscript, C. IV, 27.

exercises, C. III, 48; insubordinate, IV,
Sisinna, the son of Glaphyra, obtains 35; V, 13 sq ; kill Sextus Julius, III,

the kingdom of Cappadocia from An- 77; IV, 58.
tony, C. V, 7.

Soli, a town of Cilicia, Mi. 115.
Sittians, the followers of Sittius in Africa, Soothsayer, predicts danger of death to
C. IV, 54, 56.

Cæsar, C. II, 116, 153; prediction of
Sittius Calenus, a proscript, C. IV, 47. an Etruscan soothsayer and his own
Sittius, under accusation at Rome, took voluntary death, IV, 4; soothsayer

Alight and raised a military force in consulted, It. VIII, I; admonishes
Africa, C. IV, 54.

Scipio to beware of fire, Pu. 29; pre-
Slaves, Senate frees and arms them in the dict falsely to the consul Octavius that
Hannibalic war,

H.
27; Fabius, a lieu-

no harm will come to him, C. I, 71;
tenant of Lucullus, does the same in Scipio drives soothsayers from his
the Mithridatic war, Mi. 88; a slave camp, Sp. 85.
occupies the throne of Syria, Sy. 68; Sophene, a part of Lesser Armenia, Mi.
two slaves betray the Piræus to Sulla, 105.
Mi. 31, 34; the price of a slave in Sophocles, Pompey repeats one of his
Scythia four drachmas, 78; Italy en- verses, C. II, 85.
dangered by the vast number of slaves, Sophonisba, daughter of Hasdrubal, be-
C. I, 7, 9; slaves of proscripts enfran- trothed to Masinissa, but married to
chised by Sulla, 100; slaves wear the Syphax, Pu. 10; her heroic death,
same garb as their masters, 120; slaves 28.
faithful to their proscribed masters, Sossius, designated by Antony, Octavius,
73; IV, 22, 29, 39, 51; a slave who and Pompeius as consul, C. V, 73.
betrays his master punished by the Sotera, a town of Parthia, Sy. 57.
triumvirs, 29; slave feigns that he is Spain, exploited first by the Carthagin-
himself a proscript, 49; manumission of ians, Sp. 5; by the Romans, 14 sq.; re-
slaves, 135: slaves in Perusia denied duced to the form of a province after
food by Lucius Antonius, V, 35; a tax the expulsion of the Carthaginians, 37
per capita imposed on the ownership of sq.; divided by Augustus into three
slaves, 67; freedom decreed to slaves parts, 102; arrayed in hostility to the
serving under Sextus Pompeius, 72, Romans by Sertorius, 101; Mi. 68; C.
131;

Octavius nevertheless returns 1, 86, 108 sq.; war of Cæsar with Peire-
them to their masters or puts them to

ius and Afranius in Spain, C. II, 42
death, 131.

sq.; with the elder son of Pompey,
Smyrna, a city of Ionia, Sy. 29; C. II, 103-105.

26; Smyrneans resist Antiochus the Spartacus, a Thracian gladiator, wages
Great and send legates to the Roman war against Rome for three years, C. I,
general Flamininus, Sy. 2.

116-120.
Sobadacus, a Scythian put under arrest Spartagena, a name applied to New

by Mithridates, because suspected of Carthage in Spain, Sp. 12.
an intention to desert to Lucullus, Mi. Spectre of Isis seen at Rhodes, Mi. 27;
79.

spectre appears to Brutus as he was
Socrates, the Athenian philosopher, Sy. about to cross from Asia to Europe,
41.

and promises to appear again at Phi-
Socrates Chrestus, brother of Nicomedes, lippi, C. IV, 134.

and pretender to the throne of Bithynia, Spies, of Hannibal in the camp of Scipio,

Mi. 10, 13.

Pu. 39.

Sogdiani, a people of Asia between the Spoils of the enemy burned in honor of
rivers Jaxartes and Oxus, Sy. 55.

the gods of war, Sp. 57; Pu. 48, 133;
Soldiers, desert from the elder Scipio in

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Spoletium, a town of Italy, in Umbria, | Suburra, a street in Rome, C. I, 58.
C. I, 90; V, 33.

Sucro, a town of Tarraconensis, in Spain,
Spurius, M., one of the conspirators at the mouth of the river of that name,
against Cæsar, C. II, 113.

C. I, 110.
Spurius Borius, a tribune of the plebs, C. Suessa, a town of Campania, on the river

Liris, C. I, 85, 108.
Staberius, appointed by Cæsar governor Sulla, L. Cornelius, quæstor of Marius,
of Apollonia, C. II, 54.

109, 118.

Nu. IV, V, lieutenant of the same in
Stabiæ, a town on the coast of Campania the Cimbrian war, C. I, 77; as pro-præ-
near Mt. Vesuvius, C. I, 42.

tor of Cilicia restores Ariobarzanes to
Standard bearer, throws the eagle inside his kingdom, Mi. 57; C. I, 77; lieuten-

the fortification, C. II, 61; thrusts the ant of Sextus Cæsar in the Social War,

pointed end of it at Cæsar himself, 62. 40; overcomes the Marsians, ib., 46;
Standards, taken from the Romans by the also Cluentia and other places, 50 sq.;

Lusitanians, Sp. 56; by the Dalmatians, as consul departs to take command of
II. 28.

the war against Mithridates, 53; Marius,
Statilius, a fellow-conspirator with Cati- with the help of the tribune Sulpicius,
line, C. II, 4.

seeks to take the command from him,
Statilius Taurus, left by Octavius in ib.; marches against Rome, defeats

command against the Dalmatians, Il. Marius and drives his faction out, 57
27; a lieutenant in the war against Sex- sq.; regulates affairs in the city, 59;
tus Pompeius, C. V, 97-99, 103, 105, marches against Mithridates, 63 sq.;

obtains money for the war by selling
Statue, of Seleucus with horns, Sy. 57; the property that Numa Pompilius had

statues of Romans at Ephesus thrown left for sacrifices to the gods, Mi. 22;
down, Mi. 22; of Autolycus, 83; of and despoiling the temples of Greece,
kings in the Capitol, C. I, 16; of Cæsar, 54; besieges and captures Athens and
II, 106, 108; torn from their places the Piræus, 30-41; overcomes Arche-
and made over, III, 3; of Brutus who laus in battle at Chæronea, 42 sq.; and
expelled the kings, II, 112; of Pompey, at Orchomenus, 49 sq.; is declared a
117; gilded one of Sulla, I, 97; of Oc- public enemy by the Senate, 51; C. I,
tavius, III, 51; V, 130.

73; has a conference with Archelaus in
Stola quadrata (a square-cut robe), worn reference to peace, Mi. 54 sq.; crosses
by the Greeks, C. V, 11.

over to Asia to fight Fimbria and Mith-
Stratagem of the Spaniards against Ha- ridates, 53, 56; grants peace to Mithri.

milcar Barca, Sp. 5; of Cato, 41; of dates, 56-58; gains possession of the
Gracchus, 43; of Viriathus, 62; of army of Fimbria, 59 sq.; regulates Asia
Flaccus, 81; of Hannibal at Cannæ, H. and imposes a heavy fine on the inhab-

26; of Læna, C. IV, 19; of Antony, V. 58. itants, 61 64; C. I, 76; writes to the
Strato, a friend of Brutus, at Philippi, C. Senate, 77 sq.; returns to Italy with his
IV, 131.

army, Mi. 64; C. I, 79; gains Metellus
Stratonice, wife of Seleucus Nicator, Sy. and Pompey as allies, 81 sq.; puts his

57; stepmother and wife of Antiochus, enemies to flight and enters the city,
59-61; another of the same name, wife 89: proscribes many Roman senators
of Mithridates, Mi. 107.

and knights, 95; is the inventor of the
Stratonicea, a town of Asia Minor, in proscription, ib.; imposes heavy penal-
Caria, Sy. 57; Mi. 21.

ties on the Italian cities, 96; orders
Strongyle (Stromboli), one of the Æolian everything in Rome according to his
islands, C. V, 105.

own will and assumes the name of
Strymon, a river dividing Macedonia Fortune's Favorite, 97; is created dicta-
from Thrace, C. IV, 105 sq.

tor in name, but is in fact a king, 98
Suba, a Numidian general of horse, de- sq.; the Sullan constitution, 100; lays

serts from Masinissa to the Carthagin- down the dictatorship voluntarily, 103;
ians, Pu. 70.

his death, 105; and funeral, 106; his
Subterranean battle, Mi. 36.

son, Faustus, ib.

Sulla, a lieutenant of Cæsar at the battle | Tagus, a river of Spain, emptying into
of Pharsalus, C. II, 76.

the ocean, Sp. 51, 57, 71.
Sullan war, more than one hundred thou- Talabriga, a town of Lusitania, Sp. 73.

sand young men perished in it, C. I, Talaura, a town of Pontus, Mi. 115.
103.

Talent, a money weight, Egyptian, Pr.
Sulpicius, C., dictator, overcomes the 10; Euboic, Si. II, 2; Pu. 54; Sy. 38;
Boii, G. I, 1.

Attic, Mi. 94; of silver, Sy. 56; Mi. 3;
Sulpicius, S., a lieutenant of Gn. Pom-

of gold, Pu. 127.
peius in the Social War, C. I, 47. Tanais (the Don), a river which sepa-
Sulpicius, Publius, a tribune of the plebs, rates Europe from Asia, Mi. 15.

of the Marian faction, C. I, 55; per- Tangius, a robber, Sp. 77.

ishes in the war against Sulla, 58, 60. Tantalus, the successor of Viriathus, Sp.
Sun, festival of, at Rhodes, Ma. XI, 3; 75.
C. V, 116.

Tarentine war, Sa. VII.
Suppliants, carrying olive branches, Pu. Tarentum, a city of Italy in Calabria, Sy.
130; Sp. 45.

15; C. II, 40; V, 50, 80 sq., 84, 93-99,
Sutrium, a town of Etruria, C. V, 31. 103; it is betrayed into the power of
Synodium, a town of Dalmatia, Il. 27. Hannibal, H. 32; he besieges and takes
Syphax, the most powerful prince of the the citadel, 33 sq.; the Romans recap-

Numidians, Pu. 10; makes an attack ture it by treachery, 49; its harbor, 34.
on the Carthaginians, Sp. 15; marries Tarquinius, Priscus, K. II.
the daughter of Hasdrubal, who had Tarquinius Superbus, K. II, VII sq.;
been betrothed to Masinissa, Pu. 10;

XI; C. IV, 95.
Sp. 37; joins the Carthaginians in a Tarsus, a town of Cilicia, C. IV, 52;
war against the Romans, Pu. II; treated with severity by Cassius, 64;
feigns friendship for Masinissa, 13; re- is given freedom from tribute by An-
turns home, 14; comes again to the tony, V, 7.
seat of war and seeks in vain to nego-Tartessus, a town of Spain, at the mouth
tiate peace between Rome and Carthage, of the river Bætis (the Guadalquivir),
17; openly sides with Carthage, 18;
is defeated and captured by Masinissa, Tatius, king of the Sabines, K. III, IV;
22; is sent to Rome, where he dies of
grief, 28.

Taulas, son of Illyrius, grandson of Poly-
Syracuse, a city of Sicily, Si, II, 2; III; phemus, II. 2.

Taulantii, a people of Macedonia, Il. 2,
Syria, from the time of the Persian rule 16, 24; C. II, 39.

to that of the Seleucidæ, Sy. 52 sq.; C. Taurasia, a Gallic town on the Po, H. 5.
V, 10; is conquered by Tigranes, Sy. Taureas, a Capuan, single combat of, H.
48; Mi. 105; is recovered by Anti-

37
ochus, the son of Pius, Sy. 49; taken Tauri, allies of Mithridates, Mi. 15, 69.
from him by Pompey and made a Taurisci, a people of Pannonia, Il. 16.
Roman province, 49 sq.; Mi. 106, 118; Tauromenium (Taormina), a town of
its governors from the time of Pompey Sicily near Mt. Etna, Si. V; C. V, 103,
to that of Decidius Saxa, Sy. 51; Par.

105, 109, 116.
thians make an incursion into it, C. IV, Taurus, a great mountain range of Asia,
63; V, 10, 65; governors after Saxa, Sy. 29; Mi. 62, 106.
Ventidius, V, 65; Plancus, 144; L. Taxiles, a general of Mithridates, Mi. 70,
Bibulus, IV, 38; the son of Cicero, 51; 82.
different divisions of Syria and names Teanum, a town of Campania, H. 27; C.
thereof, Pr. 2; Sy. 48, 50; Mi. 106, 118. 1, 45, V, 20.

Tectosagi, inhabitants of Galatia, in Asia
T

Minor, Sy. 32, 42.
Tænarum, a promontory of Peloponnesus, Tegea, a town of Syria (and of Arcadia),

between the gulf of Laconia and that of
Messinia, C. IV, 74.

Tellus (the earth), temple of, C. II, 126.

Sp. 2.

It. V, 5.

C. V, 70.

Sy. 57

V, 15.

V, 7.

120.

Telmissus, a town of Asia Minor between | Theatres, and other public buildings of
Caria and Lycia, Mi. 24.

Asia put in pledge to procure money to
Tempe, a vale of Thessaly at the mouth pay the fine imposed by Sulla, Mi 63;
of the river Peneus, Sy. 16.

theatre at Rome demolished by Scipio
Temples, young men when assuming the Nasica, C. I, 28; theatre of Pompey,

virile toga visit them, C. IV, 30; Oc- II, 115; insolence of soldiers in theatre,
tavius borrows money from them, V,
13, 22, 24

Thebans, allies of Antiochus the Great,
Tenchteri, a people of Germany near the Sy. 13; of Mithridates, Mi. 30; are

Belgæ, on the Rhine, G. I, 4; XVIII. deprived of a part of their territory
Tents, overthrown by a storm, Mi. 88; by Sulla, 54; they aid the Arcadians
crowned with laurel, C. II, 69.

against the Lacedæmonians, Sy. 41.
Tenus, one of the Cyclades islands, C. Themiscyra, a town of Asia Minor in

Pontus, on the river Thermodon, named
Terentius Varro, C., consul, H. 17; has- from an Amazon, Mi. 78.

tens to fight Hannibal, 18 sq.; gives the | Themistocles, a reminiscence of his flight
signal of flight at the battle of Cannæ, from Athens, C. IV, 48.
23; goes to Rome with the remains of Theodorus, a freedman of Pompey, C. V,
the army, 26.

137
Terentius Varro, M., a lieutenant of Pom- Theodosia, a stronghold on the coast of

pey in the war against the pirates, Mi. the Thracian Chersonesus, Mi. 108,
95; composes a satire on the trium-
virate of Cæsar, Pompey, and Crassus, Theodotus, tutor to the boy king Ptolemy,
C. II, 9; philosopher and historian, advises the killing of Pompey, C. I, 84;
proscribed, IV, 47.

is crucified by Cassius in Asia, 90.
Tergestum, a sea-coast town of Istria at Theophilus, a Paphlagonian, employed

the northern part of the Adriatic, Il. 18. by the inhabitants of Tralles to kill the
Termantia, a town of Spain, Sp. 76, 77. Italians dwelling among them, Mi. 23.
Termesus, a town of Spain, Sp. 99. Thermodon, a river of Asia Minor, in
Terponus, a town of Illyria, Il. 18.

Pontus, Mi. 69, 78.
Terracina, a city on the coast of Latium, Thermopylæ, a pass lying between Thes-
Sa. I, 1; C. III, 12.

saly and Phocis, Sy. 17; Mi. 41.
Testament, of Nicomedes, Mi. 7, 71; C. Thermus, a lieutenant of Flaccus, Mi. 52;

I, 111; of Attalus, Mi. 62; C. V, of another who abandons Sextus Pom-
Ptolemy Apion; Mi. 121; C. I, 111; of peius and joins Antony, C. V, 139.
Sulla, 105; of Cæsar, 135, 143.

4;

Thespians, in Boeotia, besieged by Arche-
Testimus, a leader of the Dalmatians, Il. laus, Mi. 29.

Thesprotia, a part of the coast of Epirus,
Tetrarchs, of Galatia, killed by Mithri-

dates, Mi. 46; others confirmed in their | Thessalians, Ma. XI, 1; liberty given to
offices by Pompey, Sy. 50; Mi. 114; them by Cæsar, C. II, 88; Thessalian
give aid to Cassius, C. IV, 88.

cavalry serving with Brutus, IV. 88.
Teutones, a Celtic people, G. I, 2; in- Thessalonica, formerly Therma, a city of
vade Noricum, XIII.

Macedonia on the Thermaic gulf, C.
Thanksgiving, for three days, on account

IV, 18.
of Scipio's victories in Spain, Sp. 23; | Thessaly, a part of northern Greece, Ma.
on account of the destruction of Car- XI, 4; XVIII, 3: XIX; Sy. 13 sq., 16
thage, Pu. 135; after the defeat of sq.; Mi. 30, 41, 51, 95; C. I, 4; II, 52,
Antiochus, Sy. 20; of fifty days on ac- 64; IV, 100, 108, 117.
count of the defeat of Antony and the Thetis, the mother of Achilles, C. III,
relief of Mutina, C. III, 74.

13.
Thapsus, a maritime town of Africa, Pu. Thoas, the commander of the Ætolian
94.

forces offers aid to Antiochus the Great,
Thasus, an island of the Ægean sea, near Sy. 12.
Thrace, C. IV, 106, 136; V, 2.

Tholus, a town of Africa, Pu. 18.

26 sq.

Il. I.

get his

C. II, 39.

Thoranius, C., a tutor of Octavius, pro- 15, 67; invades Cappadocia, builds

scribed, C. IV, 12; another of the Tigranocerta, 67, 84; does not admit
same name, a proscript, C. IV, 18; his Mithridates to his presence, 82; is van.
son seeks the father's death in order to quished by Lucullus, 85, 87; is deprived

money, and after spending it is of his acquired provinces, Sy. 49; kills
convicted of theft and banished, ib. two of his sons, surrenders himself to
Thorax, buries the body of Lysimachus, Pompey, and yields the provinces
Sy. 64.

gained by war, Mi. 104, 106; receives
Thrace, the mother of Bithys, the ances- Lesser Armenia from Pompey, 114; Mi.
tor of the Bithynians, Mi. 1.

67, 84, 86.
Thrace, a country of Europe, on the Tigranocerta, a city of Lesser Armenia,

Euxine sea, Ma. IX, 5; Sy. 23; Mi. Mi. 67, 84, 86.
56, 95, 102; subject to Perseus, Ma. XI, Tigris, a river of Asia flowing into the
1; subdued by Antiochus, Sy. 1, 6; see

Persian gulf, Sy. 57.
Il. 1; C. IV, 38, 75, 87; V, 133. Tigurini, a people of Helvetia, G. I, 3;
Thracians, Mi 6, 13, 41; they attack the XV.

Romans passing through their terri- Tillius Cimber, one of the conspirators
tory, Ma. IX, 5; Sy. 43; destroy against Cæsar, C. II, 113, 117; III, 2;
Lysimacheia, Sy. I; the followers of

IV, 102, 105.
Rhesus at the siege of Troy, Mi. 1; Timarchus, governor of Babylonia, Sy.
allies of Mithridates, 15, 69; Thracian 45, 47
slingers, C. II, 49, 71; cavalry, IV, 88; Timarchus, tyrant of Miletus, Sy. 65.
abstain from the sea and keep away Timotheus, physician to Mithridates, Mi.
from the coast, 102.

89.
Thucydides; what he says of Epidamnus, Tisæum, a town of Macedonia, Mi. 35.

Tisia, a town of Bruttium, H. 44.
Thunder, the god of Seleucia, Sy. 58; Tisienus Gallus, a lieutenant of Lucius

Pompeius struck by lightning, C. I, Antonius, C. V, 35; of Sextus Pom-

68; thunder out of a clear sky, 110. peius, 104, 117; surrenders his army to
Thurii, a town of Italy on the gulf of Octavius, 121.

Tarentum, Sa. VII, 1; H. 34 sq., 49 Titinius, a friend of Cassius, C. IV, 114.

sq., 57; C. I, 117; V, 56, 58, 62. Titius, P., a tribune of the plebs, passes a
Thyatira, plains of, in Lydia, Sy. 30. law for creating the triumvirate, C. IV,
Tiber, a river of Italy, C. I, 16, 26, 67, 7.
88; V, 33; ford of, H. 56; bridge of, Titius, a lieutenant of Antony sent against

Sextus Pompeius in Asia Minor, C. V,
Tiberius Silvius, a descendant of Æneas, 134, 136, 140, 144.
K. I, 1.

Titthi, a people of Spain, in Celtiberia,
Tiberius Cæsar, conquers Moesia, Il. 30. Sp. 44, 63, 66.
Tiberius Nero, a lieutenant of Pompey, Titurius, a lieutenant of Cæsar in the

Gallic war, C. II, 29.
Tiberius Pandusa, wages war against the Tolistoboii, a people of Asia Minor, in
Iapydes, Il. 10.

Galatia, Sy. 32, 42.
Tibur, a city of Latium, C. III, 45; ob-Toll, collected by the Salassi from those

tains the right of Roman citizenship, I, passing through their country, Il. 17;
65.

required of the cultivators of public
Tichius, a mountain at Thermopylæ, Sy. lands, C. I, 7, 27; imposed on leases
17.

and sales, IV, 5.
Tide of the sea flows toward Britain, Sp. Torquatus, quæstor of Pansa in the war at

1; G. I, 5; in the straits of Sicily, C. Mutina, C. III, 69, 76.
IV, 85; V, 89.

Tower, of Agathocles, Pu1. 14; of a private
Tigranes, king of kings, takes Syria and citizen close to the wall of Carthage,

Cilicia, away from the Seleucidæ, Sy. 117; Gn. Scipio burned to death in a
48, 69; Mi. 105; holds them for fourteen tower, Sp. 16; towers used in sieges,
years, Sy. 70; son-in-law of Mithridates, Sp. 90; Pu. 119; Mi. 31, 73; C. V, 33;

III, 91.

Mi. 95.

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