Procopius, On Buildings. General Index

LCL 343: 408-409

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  • πακᾶτοι, pacati, b. vi. iii. 11
  • πάκεν, (acc.), pacem, b. vi. iii. 11
  • παλατῖνος, palatinus, s.h. xxii. 12 xxiv. 25 (cf. critical note)
  • παλάτιον, palatium, i. viii. 2, xxvi. 11, iii. xxi. 3, 4 (derivation from Pallas), >s.h. xii. 25, xiv. 10, 13, 18, xvii. 34, xxiv. 8, 15, 25 (critical note), xxvi. 17, xxvii. 10, xxix. 36, 37, b. i. x. 4, vi. v. 9
  • πατρίκιος, patricius, i. viii. 5, xi. 24 (twice), xxiv. 18 (twice), iv. vi. 22, vi. vi. 16, viii. xi. 2, s.h. xv. 25, 26, 27 (twice), 29, 32, 34, xxvii. 17, xxx. 21, 23, b. i. iii. 14
  • πατριμώνιον, patrimonium, v. iv. 1, vi. 26, s.h. xxii. 12
  • πένατες, penates, v. xxv. 19
  • πλούμια, plumea, b. iii. i. 22
  • Πόντες, (from pons), b. iv. vi. 15
  • πόντην, (ace.), pontem, b. iv. vi. 16, 18 (twice)
  • πραίτωρ, praetor, iii. 3, s.h. xx. 9, 10
  • πραιτώριον, praetorium, vi. xxii. 24, vii. vi. 9, s.h. xxi. 1
  • πριβᾶτα, privata, s.h. xxii. 12
  • πρῖμα, prima, b. iv. i. 19
  • προτίκτωρες, protectores, s.h. xxiv. 24
  • πυργοκάστελλος, (from castellum), b. ii. v. 8
  • ῥεφερενδάριος, referendarius, ii. xxiii. 6, s.h. xiv. 11, xvii. 32, xxix. 28
  • Ῥῆγες, Reges, v. xxiii. 3
  • ῥήξ, rex, v. i. 26, vi. xiv. 38
  • ῥῖπα, ripa, b. iv. v. 12
  • Ῥιπησία, Ripesia, b. iv. v. 11
  • σεκοῦνδα, secunda, b, iv. i. 30
  • σενάτωρ, senator, b. i. iii. 14
  • σέπτον, septem, iii. i. 6
  • σήκρτα, secreta, ii. vii. 15
  • σιλεντιάριος, silentiarius, ii. xxi. 2, xxix. 31, s.h. xxvi. 28, b. iv. viii. 24
  • στρᾶτα, strata, ii. i. 6, 7
  • σχολάριοι, scholares, s.h. xxiv. 15, 21 (twice), xxvi. 28
  • ταβελλίων, tabellio, s.h. xxviii. 6
  • φαινόλης, paenula, ii. xxx. 54
  • Φᾶτα, Fata, v. XXV. 19 (Τρία Φᾶτα)
  • Φοίδερα, foedera, iii. xi. 4. viii. v. 14
  • Φοιδερᾶτοι, foederati, iii. xi. 2, 3, xix. 13, 14, iv. vii. 11, xv. 50, v. v. 2, vii. xxxi. 10, xxxiii. 13, viii. v. 13
  • φόλλις, follis, s.h. xxv. 12
  • φοσσᾶτον, fossatum, b. iii. vi. 23 (Λογγίνου φοσσᾶτον)

The following two oracles are quoted; in each case some of the readings are uncertain and reference should be made to the critical apparatus and notes:

Africa capta Mundus cum nato peribit, v. vii. 7

Quintili mense si regnum stat in urbe nihil Geticum iam (metuat?), v. xxiv. 30

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Citations to Secret History begin S.H.; to Buildings, B. All others refer to Wars.

  • Abandanes, secretary of Chosroes, ii. xxi. 1 ff.; his report, ii. xxi. 13, 14
  • Abasgi, a people near the Caucasus, subject to the Lazi, ii. xxix. 15, viii. iii. 12. 13, iv. 1; friends of the Romans, ii. xxix. 15; their religion, viii. iii. 14; supplied eunuchs to Byzantium until the traffic was forbidden, viii. iii. 15–20; converted to Christianity, iii. xxix. 15, viii. iii. 19; dethrone their kings, viii. iii. 21, ix. 10; have a bishop sent by Justinian, viii. iv. 12; revolt from the Romans, viii. ix. 6, 9 ff.; their land protected by nature, viii. ix. 15–18; outwitted and dispersed by the Romans, viii. ix. 23 ff.; Mermeroes marches against them, viii. xvii. 14
  • Abasgia, defended by a mountain pass, viii. ix. 15
  • Abigas River, in Numidia, flowing down from Mt. Aurasius, iv. xiii. 20, xix. 7, 11; its many channels, iv. xix. 11–13; turned upon the Roman camp, iv. xix. 14
  • Abochorabus, ruler of the Saracens, presents the Palm Groves to Justinian, i. xix. 10 ff.
  • Aborrhas River, flows by Circesium, ii. v. 2, and Theodosiopolis, ii. xix. 29; b. ii. v. 1; junction with the Euphrates, b. ii. vi. 1; mentioned, b. ii. vi. 15
  • Abramus, becomes king of the Homeritae, i. xx. 3; his servile origin, i. xx. 4; defeats two Ethiopian armies, i. xx. 5–7; pays tribute to the Ethiopians, i. xx. 8; his idle promises to Justinian to invade Persia, i. xx. 13
  • Abrittus, fortress in Moesia, b. iv. xi. 20
  • Abydus, city on the Hellespont; opposite Sestus, ii. iv. 9, iii. i. 8, b. iv. x. 24; Roman fleet delayed there, iii. xii. 7, xiii. 5; Customs House established at, s.h. xxv. 2, 3, 5
  • Acacius, father of Adolius, ii. xxi. 2; denounces Amazaspes to the Emperor, ii. iii. 4; slays him treacherously, ii. iii. 5; his shameless career as Governor of Armenia, ii. iii. 6, 7; slain by the Armenians, ii. iii. 7, iv. xxvii. 17
  • Acacius, Church of, restored by Justinian, b. i. iv. 25, 26
  • Acacius, priest of Byzantium, delivers over Basiliscus, iii. vii. 22
  • Acacius, father of Theodora, Keeper of the Bears, s.h. ix. 2
  • Acampsis, the lower course of the Boas River, viii. ii. 8
  • Acarnania, district north-west of Greece, b. iv. ii. 1; a Roman fleet winters there, v. xxiv. 20
  • Achaea, suffers from earthquakes, viii. xxv. 16
  • Acherontia, Acherontis, fortress in Lucania; captured by Totila, vii. xxiii. 18; commanded by Moras, viii. xxvi. 4; refuge of Ragnaris, viii. xxxiv. 15
  • Achilles, name of a costume, b. i. ii. 7
  • Achilles, Baths of, in Byzantium, iii. xiii. 16
  • Achilles, name applied to Hoamer, a Vandal leader, iii. ix. 2
  • Aclas, suburb of Carthage, iv. vii. 13
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