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  • P. Antistius, slain by Damasippus, 105; wife of, 105, 237
  • Antistius Vetus, propraetor of Spain, 145; his grandson a consular and pontifex max., ib.
  • C. Antonius, brother of the triumvir, whose troops voluntarily go over to Brutus, 199
  • L. Antonius, brother of triumvir, starts war at Perusia, 207; after capture of P. permitted to go by Octavianus, ib.
  • M. Antonius, orator, 67; put to death on orders of Marius and Cinna, 95
  • M. Antonius (Creticus), praetor with extraordinary powers, 117
  • M. Antonius, son of above, triumvir, 191, 235; his character, 175, 187, 207; good commander, 187; places crown on Caesar at Lupercalia, 175; saved by Brutus, 175; permits slayers of Caesar to descend from Capitol, 177; his haughty reception of Octavian, 181; seizes money deposited by Caesar in temple of Ops, ib.; tampers with Caesar’s records, ib.; resolves to wrest Gaul from D. Brutus, ib.; two of his legions go over to Octavian, 183; defeated at Mutina, ib.; joins Lepidus in Gaul, 187; declared enemy of state, ib.; his emissaries slay D. Brutus, 189; Cicero’s speeches against him, ib.; makes overtures to Octavian, 191; triumvirate of Ant., Caesar, Lepidus, ib.; criticized for proscription of Cicero, 193; proscribes own uncle, 195; victory at Philippi, 201; visits eastern provinces, 207; agreement with Octavian at Brundisium, 213; peace of Misenum with Sex. Pompey, 213; marries Octavian’s sister, Octavia, 215; Sex. Pompey slain by his orders, 219, 233; defeats at hands of Parthians, 225, 243; his Armenian expedition, 223; infatuated with Cleopatra makes war on his country, ib.; defeat at Actium, 227 ff.; deserts forces and follows Cleopatra, 231; ends his life, 233
  • Antonius Iulus, son of triumvir adultery with Julia, 259
  • Apollo, temple of, 223, 375, 379, 403; oracle of, 7
  • Apollonia, Augustus student there, 179
  • Appius, see Claudius
  • L. Apronius, military honours of, 295
  • L. Apuleius Saturninus, trib. pl., banishes Metellus Numidicus, 81; put to death by Marius, 75
  • Sex Apuleius, cos. (a.d. 14), 311, 359
  • Apulia, 103
  • Aqua Marcia, capacity doubled by Aug., 377
  • Aquae Sextiae, named from Sextius Calvinus, 39; scene of victory of Marius over Teutons, 75
  • Aqueducts, 377, 403
  • Aquileia, colony, 39
  • M’. Aquilius, cos. (129 b.c.), 55; leads Aristonicus in triumph, ib.
  • M’. Aquilius, son of above, betrayed by people of Mytilene, 85
  • Arabia, expedition to, 389, 391
  • Arbaces, the Mede, 15
  • Archilochus, the poet, 13
  • Archons, at Athens, 7, 19
  • Argos, 15; no orator of, 47
  • Aricians, admitted to citizenship, 35
  • Ariminum, 379; colonists sent to, 37
  • Ariobarzanes, king of Armenia, 391
  • Ariobarzanes, placed on throne of Medes by Aug., 399
  • Aristodemus, descendant of Hercules, 7
  • Aristonicus, pretender to throne of Attalus, seizes Asia, 55; slays Crassus Mucianus the proconsul, ib.; subdued by Perpenna, ib.; led in triumph by M’. Aquilius, 55
  • Aristophanes, the poet, 43
  • Aristotle, 43
  • Armenia, 121, 129, 257; Tigranes left in peace there, 129; entered by Antony, 223, 225; brought under sovereignty of Rome by Tiberius and given to Artavasdes,
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  • 229, 267, 309, 391; campaign of C. Caesar there, 263, 391
  • Armenians, royal family of, 393
  • Arminius, of race of Cherusci, 269; son of Sigimer, 299; his character, ib.; arouses Germans against Rome, ib.
  • L. Arruntius, restored to state by Sex. Pompey, 215; commands left wing of Caesar’s fleet at Actium, 229; reconciles Sosius to Octavian, 233; consul, 353
  • L. Arruntius, son of above, cos. (a.d. 6), 373
  • Artabazus, king of Medes, 391
  • Artagera, city of Armenia, 263
  • Artavasdes, king of Armenia, 391; bound in chains by Antony, 225; takes refuge with Augustus, 397
  • Artavasdes (distinct from above), placed on throne of Armenia by Tiberius, 249, 399
  • Artaxares, king of Adiabeni, 397
  • Artaxes, king of Armenia, 391
  • Artorius, physician of Octavian, 201
  • Arval brother, Augustus made, 357
  • Arverni, 71
  • Asculum, people of, begin Italian war, 79; taken by Cn. Pompeius, 81
  • Asia, 11, 85, 97, 99, 121, 137, 141, 199, 219, 245, 247, 255, 261, 319, 385; left to Roman people by will of Attalus, 55; wrested by Scipio from Antiochus, given to Attalids, made tributary by Perpenna, 133; Augustus founds colonies in, 393; its cities restored by Tiberius, 319
  • Asinius Herius, leader of Italians, 81
  • C. Asinius Pollio, orator, 127; novus homo, 321; loyal to Julian party hands over army to Antony, 187; fights against Sex. Pompey in Spain, 207; keeps Venetia for Antony, 211; wins over Domitius for A., ib.; remains neutral between Antony and Octavian, 233
  • C. Asinius Gallus, son of above, cos. (8 b.c.), 357
  • L. Asprenas, saves part of army of Varus, 305; charged with appropriating inheritances of the slain, ib.
  • Assyrians, lose sovereignty of Asia to Medes, 13; first holders of world power, 15
  • Asylum, established by Romulus, 21
  • Athenians, 7, 47; found Chalcis and Eretria in Euboea, 11; loyalty to Romans in Mithridatic war, 97; amnesty of, 177
  • Athens, 7; ceases to be ruled by kings, 7; ruled by Archons, 7, 19; Pelasgi migrate thither, 9; Ionians set out from, 11; Antiochus begins Olympieum at, 25; home of eloquence, 47; wrested from Mithridates by Sulla, 97
  • Athletic contests, 311, 381, 405
  • Atia, daughter of sister of Julius Caesar, 177; mother of Augustus, ib., 179
  • C. Atilius Serranus, Pompey born in his consulship (106 b.c.), 169
  • Atreus, holds funeral games at Olympia, 19
  • Attalids, 133
  • Attalus, bequeaths Asia to Roman people, 55
  • Attuarii, conquered by Tiberius, 269
  • Augustalia, 363
  • Augustus, see Octavianus; title of Aug., 399
  • C. Aurelius Cotta, consular and pontifex maximus, 143; orator, 127
  • C. Aurelius Cotta, distributes jury service between senators and knights, 119
  • Aurelius Cotta, brother of Messalinus, 283
  • M. Aurelius Scaurus, slain by Cimbri, 73; orator, 67
  • Auximum, colony, 39
  • Aventine Hill, 61, 375
  • Avernus, lake of, 217
  • Babylon, founding of, 15
  • Bagienni, 41
  • Balbus, see Cornelius
  • Basilica Julia, 377, 403
  • Bastarnae, 395
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