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C. II, 41.

folding towers, IV, 72; V, 36; mounted without assigning any reason, 23; the
on ships, Mi. 73; C. V, 106.

tribunes repeal the law concerning the
Tracheotæ, a people of Cilicia, Mi. 92. legal age of consuls, and reënact it
Trajan, a Roman emperor, born in Ital- the following year, Pu. 112; power of

ica in Spain, Sp. 38; his war with the the tribunes much reduced by Sulla, C.
Jews, C. II, 90.

I, 59, 100; under Sulla's law no one
Trallians (inhabitants of Tralles), a peo- who held the tribuneship could ever be

ple of Lydia, Sy. 32; kill the Italians elected to any other magistracy, ib.;
residing among them, Mi. 23; revolt to tribunes wounded in the Forum, II, 11;
Mithridates, 48.

tribunes utter imprecations on Crassus
Treasures, of Mithridates, betrayed to as he was starting for the Parthian war,

Pompey, Mi. 107; of the king of Thrace 18; they have power to adjourn the
delivered, together with his son, to Bru- Senate, 31; cannot leave the city dur-
tus, C. IV, 75; copious treasures in the ing their term of office, ib.; tribunes
temples of Italy, V. 24.

friendly to Cæsar ordered to depart
Treasury, Cæsar forces the entrance to, from the senate-house lest they receive

bodily harm, 33; two tribunes removed
Treaties, engraved on brass and conse- from office and banished by Cæsar, 108;
crated in the Capitol, Sy. 39.

IV, 93; persons of the tribunes inviola-
Trebatius, a leader of the Samnites, C. I, ble, II, 33, 108, 138; IV, 17, 93; can-
52.

not be prosecuted while they are in
Trebia, a river of Cispaline Gaul, battle office, II, 138; have not the right of
of, H. 6 sq.

taking the omens, III, 7; may some-
Trebonius, one of the conspirators against times imprison the consuls, IV, 17; a

Cæsar, C. II, 113, 117; takes command tribune threatens to take from the con-
of the province of Asia, III, 2; is cap- suls the power to hold the comitia un-
tured and beheaded at Smyrna by less, etc., Pu. 112; Octavius appointed
Dolabella, 26.

tribune of the plebs for life, C. V,
Triarius, a lieutenant of Lucullus cap- 132.

tures Apamea, Mi. 77; during a battle Tribute, or tax, imposed on the Jews per
with Mithridates encounters a hurri- capita heavier than it would be accord-
cane, 88; is defeated by Mithridates, ing to property valuation, Sy. 50; an-
89, 112, 120.

nual tribute of the Syrians and Cilicians
Triballi, the people of Lower Mesia, Il. one per cent on the valuation, ib.; five
2 sq.

years' tribute imposed on Asia at once
Triballus, a descendant of Polyphemus, by Sulla, Mi. 62, 83; ten years' by

Cassius, C. IV, 74; nine years' by An-
Tribes, thirty-five in Rome, C. I, 12; ten, tony, V, 5, 6; tax imposed according to

composed of new citizens, added, 49; the style of houses and the number of
tribes divided into curiæ, III, 94; the slaves, Mi. 83; tribute exacted with
Claudian tribe, K. XI; comitia tri- outrages by the collectors, 63, 107;
buta, C. I, 59; III, 30.

Illyrian tribute, Il. 6; tribute imposed
Tribunes, military, wear gold rings, Pu. on allies and states that were exempt,

104; twenty-four tribunes slain in bat. C. I, 102; Roman knights act as farm-
tle, Mi. 89; a body-guard for Antony ers of the tribute of the provinces, II,
composed of tribunes and centurions, 13; tax imposed on plebeians and
C. III, 5; tribunes receive double the women in Rome, IV, 5; tax on slaves
prizes of the centurions, IV. 120; the and on inheritances, V, 67; Antony
tribune Ofilius seeks to stir up mutiny, imposes tribute on the kings of Asia,
V, 128.

arbitrarily, 75; past due taxes remitted
Tribunes of the plebs, first created on by Octavius, 130.

the sacred mountain, C. I, 1; may be Tricaranus, a satire written by Varro, C.
reëlected for the following year in case
the number of new candidates is not Trireme, public, sent to Sextus Pompeius,
sufficient, 21; may interpose their veto

Il. 2.

II, 9.

C. IV, 45.

20.

II, 3.

95;

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.
desire for a triumph, Sp. 80; Mi. 64; Tullius Cicero, Q., brother of Marcus, a
form of a triumph, Pu. 66; triumph of lieutenant of Cæsar in the Gallic war,
Scipio Africanus the elder, ib.; of Pom- G. 20; is proscribed, together with his
pey, Mi. 116 sq.; of Pompey for his son, and both are put to death, C. IV,
victory in Africa before legal age, C. I,
80; fourfold triumph of Cæsar, II, 101; Tullus Hostilius, king of the Romans, K.
customary for those who enjoy a tri- II.
umph to put to death some of their cap- Tunis, a town of Africa near Carthage, Si.
tives on the Capitol, Mi. 117; Cæsar
rejects a triumph in order to enter the Tunnel, under the wall at the Piræus, Mi.
city and stand for the consulship, C. II, 32, 71; a mound pierced by tunnels,
8; Cæsar authorized to wear triumphal Mi. 36; walls undermined with, 75, 84;
garb while offering sacrifice, 106.

wild beasts sent against the enemy in,
Triumvirs, for dividing the public lands, 78; at Præneste, C. I, 94.

C. I, 9, 13, 18 sq.; for settling the Turbuletæ, a people of Spain, neighbors
affairs of the republic, IV, 27; they of the Saguntines, Sp. 10.
issue a proscription, 8 sq.; absorb all Turditania, a part of Spain lying on the
the powers of government, Il. 28; C. ocean, Sp. 16, 55, 61.
V, triumvirate turned into a Turnus, king of the Rutuli, K, I, 1.
tyranny, 39.

Turpilius, a Roman citizen put to death
Trocmi, a people of Galatia, Sy. 32, 42. by Metellus, Nu. III.
Troy (or Ilium), Pu. I; Trojan war, 71; Turulius, a Roman nobleman of the party
Sy. 63; Mi. 1, 67, 102.

of Brutus and Cassius, C. V, 2.
Trumpeters, in funeral processions, C. I, Tyndaris, a town of Sicily, C. V, 105;
106.

attacked by Agrippa, 109; captured by
Trypho (or Diodotus), a usurper of the

him, 116.
throne of Syria, Sy. 68.

Tyrant, Sulla, C. I, 101; Cæsar, II, 108,
Tullius, M., consul, C. I, 109.

121; punishment of tyrants, 134; III,
Tullius Cicero, M., a

new man,” C. II, 18.
2; as consul overthrows the conspiracy Tyre, a city of Phænicia, Pu. 1; C. III,
of Catiline, 3-7; saluted as “ father of 77; V, 52; Tyrians, Pu. 1; C. II, 83;
his country,” 7; is prosecuted by IV, 61; V, 9.
Clodius for putting citizens to death Tyrrhenians (or Etruscans), originating
without a trial, goes into voluntary partly in Thrace, partly in Lydia, build
exile, 14 sq.; is recalled by the Senate, twelve cities in Italy, C. V, 49; Tyr-
16; votes in favor of sending legates to rhenian

sea,

Pr. 3; C. I, 109.
Cæsar to treat for peace, 36; writes a Tysca, a region containing fifty towns not
book in praise of Cato, 99; favors an far from Carthage, Pu. 68.
act of amnesty after the murder of
Cæsar, 142; praises Antony, III, 4;

U
thinks that Antony should be voted a
public enemy, 50; speech in the Senate Ulysses, carries away the Palladium from
on this subject, 52 sq.; proposes a Troy, Mi. 53; his dream, C. V, 116.
thanksgiving of fifty days on account Umbria, a part of Italy, on the Adriatic,
of the defeat of Antony at Mutina, 74;

H. 8; Umbrians, C. I, 36, 49.
is proscribed, IV, 6; and killed, 19. Uria, a town of Calabria, C. V, 58.
Tullius Cicero, M., son of the preceding, Uritanian territory, C. I, 89.

proscribed with his father, IV, 19; had Usipites, a people of Germany, on the
been previously sent into Greece, 20; Rhine, G. I, 4; XVIII.
betakes himself to Sextus Pompeius, Utica, a city of Africa, Pu. 13 sq., 94; C.
51; with Cassius of Parma, V, 2; after II, 44 sq.; besieged by Scipio, Pu. 16,
the Civil War becomes consul and an- 25; the siege raised, 30; gives itself to
nounces the defeat of Antony at Actium the Romans, 75; its situation, ib.; the
V, 3.

III, 92.

Romans assign to it a part of the Cæsar vows a temple and games in her
Carthaginian territory, 135; Cato honor, II, 68, 102; III, 28; Cæsar de.
placed in command of it, C. II, 95; rives his descent from Venus, II, 151;
kills himself there, 98-100.

erects a statue of Cleopatra by the side
of that of Venus, 102;

“ Venus the
V

Victorius Cæsar's watchword, 76,
Vaccæi, a people of Hither Spain, un- 104; temple of Venus near Tauro.

justly attacked by Lucullus, Sp. 51; menium, V, 109; Venus Mountain,
Vaccæan and Numantine war, 76; Sp. 64.
Vaccæi accused of aiding the Numan. Ventidius, a leader of the Italians in the
tines, 8o; their largest town, Pallantia, Social War, C. I, 47; another, a pro-
besieged, ib.; Scipio plunders their script, traverses Italy in the guise of a
territory, 87; great slaughter of the centurion, C. IV, 46; another, a lieu-
Vaccæi, 99.

tenant of Cornificius, 53, 55.
Vaccenses, a people of Numidia, their Ventidius, P., a friend and lieutenant of

Senate put to death by Metellus, Nu. Antony, C. III, 66, 80; consul, IV, 2;
III.

sides with Lucius Antonius, V. 31 sq.,
Valeria, the daughter of Poplicola, It. 35; betakes himself to Mark Antony,

50; is sent by Antony against the Par-
Valerius, L., a military tribune, Sy. 18. thians, 65.
Valerius, P., a Roman general defeated by Venusia, a city of Italy in Apulia, H. 50;
Spartacus, C. I, 116.

C. I, 39, 42, 52; IV, 3.
Valerius, Q., a prefect of Sardinia ap. Vermina, a son of Syphax, Pu. 33.
pointed by Cæsar, C. II, 40 sq.

Vespasian, a Roman emperor, destroys
Valerius Corvinus, overcomes a Gaul in Jerusalem, Sy. 50.

single combat, G. X; created consul Vesta, temple of, Mi. 23, 54; C. I, 54;
when under the legal age, C. III, 88;
Sa. I, 1, 2.

Vestal virgin, Rhea Silvia, K. I, 2; Ves-
Valerius Messala, a lieutenant of Rutilius tals accompany the funeral procession
in the Social War, C. I, 40.

of Sulla, C. I, 106; offer public prayers
Varius, M., sent by Sertorius to Mithri- for the safety of Cæsar, II, 106; III,
dates, Mi. 68, 76 sq.

92; preserve treaties of peace, V, 73;
Varius, Q., tribune of the plebs, proposes sacrilege for a man to enter their house,

a law to prosecute those who aid the
Italians to acquire Roman citizenship, Vestini, a people of Italy in Samnium, on

the Adriatic, C. I, 39, 52.
Varus, a river between Gallia Narbonen- Vesuvius, a mountain of Italy in Cam-
sis and Liguria, C. II, 43.

pania, C. I, 116.
Varus, a Roman of consular rank, pro- Veterans, dismissed after six years' ser-

scribed, hides in a marsh and is taken vice, Sp. 78; presented with lands by
for a robber, C. IV, 28.

Sulla, C. I, 96; settled in colonies by
Varus, L., a prefect of Rhodes, appointed Cæsar, II, 119, 132; ready to be bought
Cassius, C. IV, 74.

for any purpose, 120; urge Octavius to
Vatinius, a lieutenant of Cæsar, sent to avenge the murder of Cæsar, III, 12;

Illyria with three legions, Il. 13; de- not willing to fight against Antony, 53;
livers them to Marcus Brutus, C. IV, seek to reconcile Antony and Octavius,

75.
Vehicle, hired, C. II, 33; public, IV, Vetilius, C., prætor in the Viriathic war,
45.

taken prisoner and killed, Sp. 61-63.
Veii, a town of Etruria, not far from Veto power of the tribunes, C. I, 12; III,
Rome, It. VIII.

50.
Venafrum, a town of Italy in Campania, Vettius Cato, a leader of the Italians in
C. I, 41.

the Social War, C. I, 40.
Venus of Elymais, temple of, Sy. 66; Vettius, an informer, pretends to have

temple of Venus at Rome, C. I, 93; been employed by Bibulus and others

1, 54

C. I, 37

V, 57.

4; de.

IX, 2;

Il. 21;

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to kill Cæsar, is hinıself put to death in Cato lends his wife to Hortensius, C.
prison, C. II, 12.

II, 99; fidelity of wives to their pro-
Vettones, a people on the border of Lusi- scribed husbands, IV, 23, 39 sq.; treach-
tania in Spain, Sp. 56, 58.

ery of others, 23 sq.
Vetulinus, a proscript, perishes fighting Wolves tear down the boundary marks of
bravely, C. IV, 25.

the colony of Carthage, Pu. 136; C. I,
Veturia, the mother of Coriolanus, It. V, 24; run through the forum, IV,
3, 5.

vour one of Antony's guards, V, 79.
Veturius, a consul, sent under the yoke Woman gives birth to a serpent, C. I, 83;

by the Samnite general, Pontius, Sa. a Spanish woman digs out the eyes of
IV, 6.

a soldier with her nails, 109; Roman
Via Sacra, a street in Rome, K. IV; C. I, women refuse the gifts of Pyrrhus, Sa.
59, 64; V, 68.

women ordered to pay taxes
Vibo, a town of Italy in Bruttium, C. IV, in the Civil War, C. IV, 32 sq.; con-
3,86; V, 91, 99, 103, 105, 112.

tribute voluntarily for the Punic War,
Vineyard, the Marsians take refuge in, 33; Saguntine women slay themselves,
during a battle, C. I, 46.

Sp. 12; Illyrian women do the same,
Virginius, a proscript, C. IV, 48.

those of Mithridates do the
Viriathus, a Spanish general, carries on same, Mi. 82; women fight bravely,

a war of ten years against the Romans, Sp. 71 sq.; H. 29; Mi. 103; give their
Sp. 60 sq.; is assassinated at the insti- hair to make catapults, Pu. 93.

gation of Cæpio, 74; his funeral, 75. Wounded soldiers abandoned, Sp. 82.
Volas, one of the body guard of Octavius, Writers, differ as to the numbers of the

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
Volcatius Tullus, consul with Octavius, of Lepidus when his army admitted An-

tony to his camp, III. 84; many have
Volsci, a people of Italy in Latium, It. I, written the history of the proscription,
IV; C. I, 1.

IV, 16.
Volumnia, wife of Coriolanus, It. V, 3.
Volusius, a proscript, escapes in the guise

X
of a priest of Isis, C. IV, 47.
Vulcan, Romans will not fight a battle on

Xanthippus, a Lacedæmonian, as general
day of his festival, unless compelled,

of the Carthaginians, vanquishes the

Romans under Atilius Regulus, Pu. 3.
Sp. 45; temple of, at Perusia, C. V, 49; Xanthus, a city of Asia Minor, in Lycia,
the Perusians choose Vulcan as their
deity in preference to Juno, ib.

C. IV, 52; besieged and captured by

Brutus, 76-80; citizens kill themselves,
Vulturcius, of Croton, one of the con-

80.
spirators with Catiline, C. II, 4.
Vultures, twelve appear to Romulus and Xenophanes, ambassador of Philip to
also to Octavius, C. III, 94.

Hannibal, captured by the Romans,

Ma. I.

Xerxes, at Thermopylæ, Sy. 18.
W

Xerxes, son of Mithridates, Mi. 108, 117.
Watchword, military, C. II, 76, 80, 104; Xiphares, son of Mithridates by Strato-
III, 45; the tribune when asking the

nice, killed by his father in order to
watchword from the commander gives

punish the mother, Mi. 107.
him the army roll for the day, C. V, 46.

Y
Wells, Flaccus drawn out of a well, Mi.

52; the Senate of Acerræ thrown into Year, in the Roman calendar, is regu-
wells, Pu. 63.

lated by Cæsar, C. II, 154.
Wife, of Hasdrubal, Pu. 131; wives of Yoke, Romans sent under the, Sa. IV, 6;

Romans put an end to the war between
Tatius and Romulus, K. IV; wives of Young man, insults Sulla and follows him
Mithridates die with fortitude, Mi. 82; to his house, C. I, 104.

G. I, 3.

cutes the inhabitants of Chios, Mi. 47;
Z

is put to death by the Ephesians, 48.
Zacynthus, an island of the Ionian sea, Zeuxis, a general of Antiochus in the bat-

near Elis, besieged by Archelaus, re- tle with the Romans, Sy. 33.
lieved by Romans, Mi 45; Saguntum, Zorus, one of the founders of Carthage,

a colony of Zacynthus, Sp. 7.
Zama, a town of Africa, Pu. 36.

Zygactes, a river of Thrace near Philippi,
Zenobius, a general of Mithridates perse- C. IV, 105, 128.

Pu. 1.

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