Florus, Epitome of Roman History

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  • ACHAEA, 191; trade of Tarentum with, 59; liberty of, proclaimed, 119
  • Achaean League, Critolaus head of the, 143
  • Achaean War, 141 ff.
  • M’. Acilius Glabrio (consul 191 b.c.), drives Antiochus out of Euboea, 121
  • Actium, battle of, 325–7
  • Adherbal, brother of Jugurtha, flies to Rome, 163; ordered to share his kingdom with Jugurtha, ib.
  • Adriatic Sea, the, 51, 69, 93, 177; the sons of Pompeius command there against the pirates, 193; Dolabella and Antonius occupy the entrance of, 277–9
  • Aedui, Gallic tribe, ask help against the Allobroges, 167; complain against the Germans, 203
  • Aeetas, first king of Pontus, 179
  • Aegatae Islands, the, off Sicily, the Carthaginians defeated near, 87
  • Aegean Sea, 141; Varro commands there against the pirates, 193
  • Aegimurus, island near Carthage, the Carthaginians defeated near, 87
  • M. Aemilius Lepidus (consul 78 b.c.), stirs up civil war, 259; put down by Pompeius and Catulus, ib.
  • M. Aemilius Lepidus, triumvir with Caesar and Antonius, 305; proscribes his brother L. Aemilius Paulus, 307; left to guard Rome, 309
  • L. Aemilius Papus (consul 225 b.c.), defeats the Gauls, 91
  • L. Aemilius Paulus (consul 216 b.c.), killed at Cannae, 101; compared with Varus, 339
  • L. Aemilius Paulus Macedonicus, defeats Perses, 131; father of Scipio the younger, 139
  • L. Aemilius Paulus, proscribed by his brother Lepidus, 307
  • L. Aemilius Regillus, defeats the fleet of Antiochus, 123
  • M. Aemilius Scaurus, bribed by Jugurtha, 163; accused by Caepio 231
  • Aenaria, island off Campania, laid waste by Sextus Pompeius, 313
  • Aeneas, arrival of, in Italy, 11; founds Lavinia, 9
  • Aepulo, King of the Istrians, captured by Appius Pulcher, 127
  • Aequi, Latin tribe, defeated by T. Quinctius, 37
  • Aesepus, river of Mysia, runs with blood after the defeat of Mithridates, 185
  • Aesernia, Samnite town, laid waste in Social War, 235
  • Aetolia, Thoas prince of, urges Antiochus against the Romans, 119
  • Aetolians, the, defeated and pardoned, 125
  • L. Afranius, in his consulship (60 b.c.) Rome held sway over the whole world, 269; serves under Pompeius and surrenders to Caesar, 275; put to death by Caesar, 297
  • T. Afranius, leader of the Latins in the Social War, 233
  • Africa, 35, 77, 87, 107, 157, 161, 165, 215, 257, 275, 283; trade of Tarentum with, 59; hostilities transferred to, in 1st Punic War, 83, in the 2nd Punic War, 113; the pledge of victory in the 2nd Punic War, 115; operations in, during the Civil War, 267, 277, 287, 291
  • Africanus see Scipio.
  • Agrigentum, Sicilian town, Carthaginian garrison expelled from, 81
  • Agrippa see Menenius, Vipsanius
  • Agron, King of Caenina, Romulus wins the spolia opima from; 13
  • Alba, Latin town, founded by lulus, 9; destroyed by Tullus Hostilius and
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