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C. II, 41.
folding towers, IV, 72; V, 36; mounted without assigning any reason, 23; the
tribunes repeal the law concerning the
ica in Spain, Sp. 38; his war with the the tribunes much reduced by Sulla, C.
I, 59, 100; under Sulla's law no one
ple of Lydia, Sy. 32; kill the Italians elected to any other magistracy, ib.;
tribunes utter imprecations on Crassus
Pompey, Mi. 107; of the king of Thrace 18; they have power to adjourn the
friendly to Cæsar ordered to depart
bodily harm, 33; two tribunes removed
IV, 93; persons of the tribunes inviola-
not be prosecuted while they are in
taking the omens, III, 7; may some-
Cæsar, C. II, 113, 117; takes command tribune threatens to take from the con-
tribune of the plebs for life, C. V,
tures Apamea, Mi. 77; during a battle Tribute, or tax, imposed on the Jews per
nual tribute of the Syrians and Cilicians
years' tribute imposed on Asia at once
Cassius, C. IV, 74; nine years' by An-
composed of new citizens, added, 49; the style of houses and the number of
Illyrian tribute, Il. 6; tribute imposed
104; twenty-four tribunes slain in bat. C. I, 102; Roman knights act as farm-
arbitrarily, 75; past due taxes remitted
the sacred mountain, C. I, 1; may be Tricaranus, a satire written by Varro, C.
C. IV, 45.
Triumph, certain Romans sought com- from the rostra where his father's head
mand of the army on account of their had been exhibited, IV, 51.
wild beasts sent against the enemy in,
C. I, 9, 13, 18 sq.; for settling the Turbuletæ, a people of Spain, neighbors
Turpilius, a Roman citizen put to death
of Brutus and Cassius, C. V, 2.
attacked by Agrippa, 109; captured by
Tyrant, Sulla, C. I, 101; Cæsar, II, 108,
121; punishment of tyrants, 134; III,
new man,” C. II, 18.
Pr. 3; C. I, 109.
H. 8; Umbrians, C. I, 36, 49.
proscribed with his father, IV, 19; had Usipites, a people of Germany, on the
Romans assign to it a part of the Cæsar vows a temple and games in her
erects a statue of Cleopatra by the side
“ Venus the
Victorius Cæsar's watchword, 76,
justly attacked by Lucullus, Sp. 51; menium, V, 109; Venus Mountain,
tenant of Cornificius, 53, 55.
Senate put to death by Metellus, Nu. Antony, C. III, 66, 80; consul, IV, 2;
sides with Lucius Antonius, V. 31 sq.,
50; is sent by Antony against the Par-
C. I, 39, 42, 52; IV, 3.
Vespasian, a Roman emperor, destroys
single combat, G. X; created consul Vesta, temple of, Mi. 23, 54; C. I, 54;
Vestal virgin, Rhea Silvia, K. I, 2; Ves-
of Sulla, C. I, 106; offer public prayers
92; preserve treaties of peace, V, 73;
a law to prosecute those who aid the
the Adriatic, C. I, 39, 52.
pania, C. I, 116.
scribed, hides in a marsh and is taken vice, Sp. 78; presented with lands by
Sulla, C. I, 96; settled in colonies by
for any purpose, 120; urge Octavius to
Illyria with three legions, Il. 13; de- not willing to fight against Antony, 53;
taken prisoner and killed, Sp. 61-63.
the Social War, C. I, 40.
temple of Venus at Rome, C. I, 93; been employed by Bibulus and others
C. I, 37
to kill Cæsar, is hinıself put to death in Cato lends his wife to Hortensius, C.
II, 99; fidelity of wives to their pro-
ery of others, 23 sq.
the colony of Carthage, Pu. 136; C. I,
vour one of Antony's guards, V, 79.
by the Samnite general, Pontius, Sa. a Spanish woman digs out the eyes of
a soldier with her nails, 109; Roman
women ordered to pay taxes
tribute voluntarily for the Punic War,
Sp. 12; Illyrian women do the same,
those of Mithridates do the
a war of ten years against the Romans, Sp. 71 sq.; H. 29; Mi. 103; give their
gation of Cæpio, 74; his funeral, 75. Wounded soldiers abandoned, Sp. 82.
shares with him the danger of crossing forces arrayed against each other at
the bridge at Metulum in Illyria, Il. 20. Pharsalus, C. II, 70; as to the conduct
tony to his camp, III. 84; many have
Xanthippus, a Lacedæmonian, as general
of the Carthaginians, vanquishes the
Romans under Atilius Regulus, Pu. 3.
C. IV, 52; besieged and captured by
Brutus, 76-80; citizens kill themselves,
Hannibal, captured by the Romans,
Xerxes, at Thermopylæ, Sy. 18.
Xerxes, son of Mithridates, Mi. 108, 117.
nice, killed by his father in order to
punish the mother, Mi. 107.
52; the Senate of Acerræ thrown into Year, in the Roman calendar, is regu-
lated by Cæsar, C. II, 154.
Romans put an end to the war between
G. I, 3.
cutes the inhabitants of Chios, Mi. 47;
is put to death by the Ephesians, 48.
near Elis, besieged by Archelaus, re- tle with the Romans, Sy. 33.
a colony of Zacynthus, Sp. 7.
Zygactes, a river of Thrace near Philippi,
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