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[The page numbers in light-faced type refer to Velleius Paterculus. Those in black-faced type refer to the Res Gestae Divi Augusti.]

  • Accius, writer of tragedy, 43, 69
  • Acerrans, receive citizenship, 37
  • Achaea, occupied by Achaeans, 9; power broken by Metellus Macedonicus, 27; made province by Mummius, 31, 133; province of Achaea, 97, 261; granted to Sex. Pompey, 213; colonies established by Augustus, 393
  • Achaeans, driven from Laconia, 9; defeated by Metellus, 27; conquered by Mummius, 29, 31; Achaeans on Black Sea, 135
  • Achaicus, cognomen of L. Mummius, 33, 321
  • Achillas, causes death of Pompey, 167
  • Achilles, father of Pyrrhus, 3; ancestor of Alexander, 15
  • Actium, 227; battle of, 229, 233, 235, 387
  • Adduus, wounds C. Caesar, 263
  • Adiabeni, 397
  • Adriatic Sea, 145, 163, 387, 393
  • Aeculanum, 81
  • Aefulum, colony, 37
  • Aegeae, 201
  • Aegean Sea, Islands of, occupied by Ionians, 11
  • Aegisthus, cousin of Agamemnon, 5
  • Sex. Aelius Catus, cos. (a.d. 4), 265
  • L. Aelius Lamia, 295
  • L. Aelius Seianus, associate of Tiberius in burdens of principate, 319, 323; his character, 319, 321
  • M. Aemilius Lepidus augur, branded by censors for extravagance, 69
  • M. Aemilius Lepidus, triumvir reipublicae constituendae, 235; made pontifex max. in Caesar’s place, 187; Spain decreed to him, but delays in Gaul, ib.; incompetence as commander, 187, 219; his army receives Antony after Mutina, 187; declared a public enemy, 189; with Antony, begins proscriptions, 191; proscribes his brother Paulus, 195; mockery at his triumph, ib.; deprived of his command by Octavian, 221; his wife sister of M. Brutus, 235; his character, 221
  • M. Aemilius Lepidus, son of above, forms design to kill Augustus, crushed by Maecenas, 235; his wife, Servilia, kills herself, ib.
  • M. Aemilius Lepidus, cos. (a.d. 6), 373; in charge of winter quarters of Tiberius in Pannonian war, 291; receives ornaments of a triumph, 293; holds Spain in peace and tranquility, 317
  • L. Aemilius Paulus, loses life at Cannae, 23
  • L. Aemilius Paulus, his son, defeats Perses, 21; triumph of, 23; loss of his sons, 25; his famous saying, ib.
  • L. Aemilius Paulus, proscribed by his brother Lepidus, 195
  • Aemilius Paulus, censor with Plancus (22 b.c.), 251
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  • Aemilius Sura, on chronology of Rome, 15
  • Aenaria, 89
  • Aeolians, colonies of, in Asia, 11
  • Aeschylus, 43
  • Aesernia, colony, 37
  • Aetolia, conquest of, 133
  • L. Afranius, writer of fabulae togatae, 69; almost contemporary with Terence, 43
  • L. Afranius, Pompey’s lieutenant in Spain, 157, 163
  • Africa, 9, 31, 41, 55, 71, 89, 137, 167, 171, 219, 295, 317; first entered by Regulus with army, made province by Scipio Aemilianus, 131; takes oath of allegiance to Augustus, 387; Augustus founds colonies in, 393
  • African war, 169; Caesar’s triumph for, 173; war with Tacfarinas, 325
  • Africanus, see Cornelius Scipio
  • Agamemnon, founds cities in Crete, 3; slain by Aegisthus, 5
  • Agrarian laws, of Tib. Gracchus, 51; of C. Gracchus, 61; Licinian, ib.; of Caesar, 147
  • M. Agrippa, 179, 199; his character, 217; prepares fleet for Octavian against Sex. Pompey, ib.; fights successful battle at Mylae, unsuccessful at Tauromenium, 217, 219; despoils Pompey of his ships, 219; first to receive corona classica, 223; his successes in campaign preceding Actium, 229; commands fleet at Actium, 229; assistance to Augustus, 235, 239, 319, 381; consul three times and receives tribunician power, 239; pacifies Spain, ib.; retires to Asia on account of Marcellus, 247; on return marries Julia, daughter of Augustus, ib.; his death, 251; a “novus homo,” 251, 319; his sons, 251
  • M. Agrippa Postumus, his son, adopted by Augustus, 265, 285; alienates Augustus, 285; put to death, ib.
  • Alba, colony, 37
  • Albani, 397
  • Albania, 135
  • Albis, see Elbe
  • Alcmaeon, last of life archons, 19
  • Alcman, the poet, 47
  • Alesia, captured by Caesar, 153
  • Aletes, son of Hippotes, founds Corinth, 9
  • Alexander the Great, descended from Achilles and Hercules, 15; his statue by Lysippus, 27; addicted to drunkenness and anger, 139
  • Alexandria, 25, 37, 167, 225, 233, 235
  • Alexandrian war, Julius Caesar’s triumph in, 173; Alexandrian war of Augustus, 235
  • Aliso, fortress in Germany, 305
  • Allobroges, 71
  • Allobrogicus, see Fabius
  • Alps, 59, 187, 269; wild and barbarous peoples of, subdued, 239, 387; the boundary of Italy, 277
  • Alsium, colony, 37
  • Altar of Fortuna Redux, 363; of Pax Augusta, 365
  • Altinum, town of, 211
  • Amnesty, 177
  • T. Ampius, trib. plebis, proposes special honour for Pompey, 137
  • Amyntas, king of Galatia, deserts Antony, 229
  • Anchises, ancestor of Julian gens, 139
  • Andros, settled by Ionians, 11
  • L. Anicius, triumph of, 23
  • Annia, wife of Cinna, then of Piso, 139; given up by latter to gain favour with Sulla, ib.
  • T. Annius Milo, trib. pleb., restores Cicero from exile, 149; as candidate for consulship slays P. Clodius, 155; condemned with consent of Pompey, ib.; slain at siege of Compsa, 197; his character, ib.
  • Antiochus, the Great, shorn of Asia by L. Scipio, 135
  • Antiochus Epiphanes, curt treatment by Popilius, 25; begins Olympieum at Athens, ib.
  • C. Antistius, lieutenant of Augustus in Spain, 241
  • C. Antistius Vetus, son of above, cos. (6 b.c.), 371
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