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  • Gulf), 3.34.2, 3.35.1, 3.55.1, 3.61.2
  • Afranius, L. (NP 1; Pompeian commander in Spain, pardoned by Caesar after Ilerda, fought at Pharsalus, died in the aftermath of Thapsus; cos. 60), 1.37.1, 1.37.3, 1.38.1–4, 1.39.1, 1.40.4, 1.41.2–3, 1.41.5, 1.42.2, 1.43.1, 1.43.4, 1.48.5, 1.49.1, 1.51.1, 1.51.4, 1.53.1–2, 1.60.5, 1.61.2, 1.63.3, 1.65.1, 1.67.1, 1.70.1, 1.70.3, 1.71.4, 1.72.5, 1.73.4, 1.74.3, 1.75.1, 1.76.3, 1.84.3, 1.87.3, 2.17.4, 2.18.1, 2.18.3, 3.83.2, 3.88.3; Afranianus, 1.43.5, 1.46.5, 1.47.2, 1.54.1, 1.69.1, 1.70.2, 1.71.3, 1.78.1, 1.83.1; Afrani filius, 1.74.6, 1.84.2
  • Africa/-cus* (Roman province in North Africa), 1.30.2–3, 1.31.2, 2.23.1, 2.28.1, 2.32.3, 2.32.13, 2.37.2, 3.10.5; africus ventus (southwest wind), 3.26.4–5
  • Ahenobarbus. See Domitius
  • Alba* (town on the via Valeria between Rome and the Adriatic; mod. Albe), 1.15.7, 1.24.3
  • Albici (Gallic tribe), 1.34.3, 1.56.2, 1.57.3, 1.58.4, 2.2.6, 2.6.3
  • Alesia (site of a Caesarian victory in Gaul in 52), 3.47.5
  • Alexandria/-inus* (capital of Egypt), 3.4.4, 3.103.3, 3.103.5, 3.104.1, 3.106.1, 3.106.4, 3.107.1, 3.108.2, 3.108.6, 3.109.1, 3.110.2, 3.110.4–5, 3.110.6, 3.111.1, 3.112.12
  • Allobrox (member of the Gallic tribe the Allobroges), 3.59.1, 3.63.5, 3.79.6, 3.84.5
  • Amantia/-ini* (a town in the mountains of Epirus; near mod. Plloca, Albania), 3.12.4, 3.40.4
  • Amanus mons* (mountain range between Cilicia and Syria; mod. Nur Daǧlari), 3.31.1
  • Ambracia* (town in Epirus; mod. Arta, Albania), 3.36.5
  • Amphilochia/-chi* (region on the Adriatic coast of central Greece, south of Epirus), 3.55.1
  • Amphipolis* (town near the mouth of the Strymon River), 3.102.2, 3.102.4
  • Ampius Balbus, T. (NP 2; Pompeian legate in Asia; pr. 59), 3.105.1
  • Anas* (mod. Guadiana River), 1.38.1
  • Ancona* (town in Picenum on the Adriatic coast of Italy), 1.11.4
  • Androsthenes (Thessalian leader), 3.80.3
  • Annius Milo, T. (NP 67; Pompeian; pr. 55), 3.21.4, 3.22.1
  • Anquillaria (coastal town near Utica), 2.23.1
  • Antiochia/-chenses* (capital of
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  • Roman province of Syria), 3.102.6, 3.105.4
  • Antiochus Commagenus (ruler of Commagene), 3.4.5
  • Antonius, C. (NP I.3; Caesarian legate, brother of M. Antony), 3.10.5, 3.67.5; Antonianus, 3.4.2
  • Antonius, M. (NP I.9; Caesarian legate in Gaul and Greece, later triumvir; tr. pl. 49, cos. 44), 1.2.7, 1.11.4, 1.18.2–3, 3.24.1, 3.24.4, 3.26.1, 3.29.1–2, 3.30.2, 3.30.4, 3.30.6, 3.34.1, 3.40.5, 3.46.4, 3.65.1, 3.89.3; Antonianus, 3.24.3
  • Apollonia/-ates* (port town in southern Illyricum; near mod. Fier, Albania), 3.5.2, 3.11.2, 3.12.1, 3.12.4, 3.13.1, 3.13.5, 3.25.3, 3.26.1, 3.30.1, 3.75.1, 3.78.1, 3.78.3–4, 3.79.2
  • Appuleius Saturninus, L. (NP I.11; revolutionary tribune, associate of Marius; tr. pl. 103, 100), 1.7.6
  • Apsus* (mod. Seman River), 3.13.5–6, 3.19.1, 3.30.3
  • Apulia* (district on the southern Adriatic coast of Italy; mod. Puglia), 1.14.3, 1.17.1, 1.23.5, 3.2.3
  • Aquitani (Gallic tribe), 1.39.2
  • Arecomici. See Volcae
  • Arelate* (mod. Arles, France), 1.36.4, 2.5.1
  • Ariminum* (mod. Rimini), 1.8.1, 1.10.3, 1.11.1, 1.11.4, 1.12.1
  • Ariobarzanes (ruler of Cappadocia), 3.4.3
  • Arretium* (mod. Arezzo), 1.11.4
  • Asculum Picenum* (town on the via Salaria; mod. Ascoli Piceno), 1.15.3
  • Asia/-aticus* (Roman province in western Asia Minor), 1.4.5, 3.3.1–2, 3.4.1, 3.5.1, 3.5.3, 3.7.1, 3.40.4, 3.42.2, 3.53.1, 3.105.1, 3.106.1, 3.107.1
  • Asparagium* (town on the Genusus River in Illyricum), 3.30.7, 3.41.1, 3.76.1–2
  • Athamania* (district of Epirus), 3.78.4
  • Athenae* (mod. Athens), 3.3.1
  • Attius Paelignus, C. (NP I.3; Pompeian), 1.18.1, 1.18.3–4
  • Attius Varus, P. (NP I.5; Pompeian, governor of Africa in 53, fought Caesar in Africa after Pharsalus, fell at Munda; pr. before 53), 1.12.3, 1.13.1–2, 1.13.4, 1.31.2, 2.23.1, 2.23.3, 2.25.1, 2.25.3, 2.27.1–3, 2.28.1, 2.28.3, 2.30.2, 2.33.3, 2.34.2–3, 2.34.6, 2.35.1–2, 2.35.6, 2.36.2, 2.43.2, 2.44.1–2; Attianus, 1.13.5, 2.34.6
  • Attius Varus, Q. (NP I.6; Caesarian cavalry officer), 3.37.5
  • Avaricum* (site of a Caesarian victory in Gaul; mod. Bourges, France), 3.47.5
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