Place-names marked with an asterisk (*) are included on the maps. Cities are in Italy unless otherwise identified. Individuals are given their entry number in Brill’s New Pauly (NP), where available.
All dates are BC.
The following abbreviations are employed: aed. = aedile, cens. = censor, cos. = consul, cos. suff. = suffect consul, mod. = modern place-name, pr. = praetor, qu. = quaestor, tr. pl. = tribune of the plebs.
- Acarnania* (district on the Adriatic coast of central Greece), 3.55.1, 3.58.4
- Achaia/-icus* (southern Greece), 3.3.2, 3.4.2, 3.5.2, 3.55.1, 3.55.3, 3.57.1, 3.106.1
- Achillas (commander of Ptolemy’s army in Alexandria), 3.104.2–3, 3.108.2, 3.109.2–4, 3.110.1, 3.111.1, 3.112.10, 3.112.12
- Acilius Caninianus, M. (NP I.9; Caesarian legate, later governor of Sicily; pr. possibly 47), 3.15.6, 3.16.2, 3.39.1, 3.40.1
- Acutius Rufus (NP 2; Pompeian), 3.83.2
- Adbucillus (Allobrogian leader), 3.59.1
- Aeginium* (a town in Macedonia; mod. Kalambaka), 3.79.7
- Aegyptus/-tius* (Egypt, an independent kingdom), 3.3.1, 3.5.1, 3.5.3, 3.40.1, 3.112.3
- Aelius Tubero, L. (NP I.14; Pompeian, titular governor of the province of Africa in 49, pardoned by Caesar after Pharsalus), 1.30.2, 1.31.2–3
- Aemilius Lepidus, M. (NP I.12; Caesarian governor of Spain to 47, magister equitum to 44, later triumvir with Antony and Octavian; pr. 49, cos. 46), 2.21.5
- Aetolia* (district of central Greece northwest of the Corinthian