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  • Sciapedes, VII 23
  • Scipio Africanus, Aemilianus, see Africanus
  • Scipio, L., VII 88
  • Scipio Nasica, jurist, consul 191 b.c., VII 120, 215
  • Scylla, monster guarding Straits of Messina, III 73
  • Scythes, VII 201
  • Sebosus, Statius, geographer, VI 183
  • Secundilla, VII 75
  • Seianus, minister of emperor Tiberius, executed for treason 31 a.d., VII 129
  • Seleucus, first king of Syria 312–280 b.c., VI 49
  • Seneca, philosopher, Nero’s adviser and victim, VI 60
  • Serapio, VII 54
  • Sergius, VII 104
  • Sertorius, headed rising in Spain, resisted Metellus and Pompeius for five years, assassinated 72 b.c., VII 96
  • Servilius, VII 103, 182
  • Sesostris, Ramses II, great king of Egypt, VI 165
  • Sextus Pompeius, VII 178
  • Sibylla, VII 119
  • Siccius, VII 101
  • Silanus, consul a.d. 46, proconsul of Asia, a.d. 54, VII 58
  • Silenus, Roman historian, 2nd c. b.c., IV 120
  • Silenus, satyr-like attendant of Dionysus, VII 199
  • Simonides, lyric poet of Ceos 556–467 b.c., VI 183, VII 192
  • Sinon, leader in plot of wooden horse to capture Troy, VII 202
  • Sirenes, III 62
  • Socrates, VII 79, 118
  • Sol, VII 197
  • Sophocles, VII 180
  • Spaosines, VI 139
  • Spinther, VII 54
  • Spurius, VII 101
  • Staphylus, VII 199
  • Statilia, VII 158
  • Stephanio, VII 159
  • Stilpo of Megara, philosopher, VII 180
  • Strabo, VII 54, 85
  • Suetonius Paulinus, consul 66 b.c., commanded in Britain under Nero, V 14
  • Suillius Rufus, consul 46 a.d., banished for corruption, VII 39
  • Sulla, III 70, 80, VII 60, 134, 137, 187
  • Sullanus, VII 96
  • Sulpicia, VII 120
  • Sura, L. Licinius, friend of Trajan, VII 55
  • Tacitus, the historian, VII 76
  • Tader, III 9
  • Tarquinius, L., Priscus, fifth king of Rome, III 70
  • Tarquinius Superbus, seventh and last king of Rome, III 67
  • Tauron, VII 24
  • Telchius, VI 16
  • Terentia, VII 158
  • Terentius, unknown, VII 163
  • Tereus, legendary king of Thrace, IV 47
  • Terpander of Lesbos, 700–650 b.c., father of Greek music and lyric poetry, VII 204
  • Tertulla, VII 163
  • Thamyras, legendary bard, VII 204
  • Thamyris, possibly identical with Thamyras, VII 204
  • Theodorus, sculptor and architect, fl. 600 b.c., VII 198
  • Theophrastus of Lesbos, pupil and successor of Aristotle, III 57, 98, IV 2, VII 154, 195
  • Theopompus, historian, pupil of Isocrates, b. 378 b.c., III 57, 98, IV 2, VII 154, 195
  • Theseus, VII 200, 202, 205
  • Thoas, king of Lemnos, son of Dionysus and Ariadne, VII 197
  • Thrason, VII 195
  • Thucydides, III 86, VII 111, 207
  • Tiberius, VII 84, 149
  • Tigranes, king of Armenia, son-in-law of Mithridates, surrendered to Pompey 66 b.c., VII 98
  • Timaeus, 352–256 b.c., wrote history of Sicily, III 85, IV 94, 104, 120, V 53 f.
  • Timagenes, III 132
  • Timo, VII 80
  • Timomachus of Byzantium, temp. J. Caesar, VII 126, cf. XXXV 136
  • Timosthenes of Rhodes, admiral under Ptolemy Philadelphus, c. 280 b.c., wrote on harbours, V 47, 129, VI 18, 163, 183, 198
  • Tiphys, helmsman of the Argo, VII 209
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  • Tiresias, legendary augur, blind, VII 203
  • Tiridates, king of Parthia, VII 129
  • Titinius, VII 211
  • Toranius, VII 56
  • Triarius, defeated by Mithridates in Pontus 68 b.c., VI 10
  • Triptolemus, mythical hero of Eleusis, VII 199
  • Trispithami, VII 26
  • Tritanus, VII 81
  • Trogus Pompeius, temp. Augustus, wrote universal history, VII 33
  • Tuditanus, consul 129 b.c., III 129
  • Tullius, VII 75
  • Turduli, III 8, 13, VII 71
  • Turranius Gracilis, African geographer, III 3
  • Tusci, III 51, 60, 70
  • Tyrrheni, III 50
  • Tyrrhenus, VII 201
  • Valeria, VII 68
  • Valerius Corvinus, commanded against Gauls, Etruscans and Samnites, 4th c. b.c., VII 157
  • Valerius Messala, VII 214
  • Valerius Soranus, poet, fl. 100 b.c., III 65
  • Varro, M. Terentius, 116–28 b.c., encyclopaedic author, III 8, 45, 95, 101, 109, 142, IV 62, 65, 77, 115, VI 38, 51, VII 13, 75, 80, 83, 114, 175, 211, 214
  • Ventidius, served under Caesar in Gaul and for Antony in Parthia, VII 135
  • Vergilius, VII 114
  • Verrius, VII 180
  • Vespasianus, III 30, 66, V 69
  • Vesta, VII 141
  • Vibius, VII 53
  • Vinnius, VII 82
  • Vipstanus, VII 84
  • Vistilia, VII 39
  • Volcanus, III 93, VI 187
  • Volcatius, VII 181
  • Volsci, III 59, V 129
  • Volusius, d. a.d. 56, aged 93, VII 62, 156
  • Vopisci, VII 47
  • Xenagoras, historian, early 2nd c. b.c., V 129
  • Xenophilus, VII 168
  • Xenophon, IV 95, VI 200, VII 155
  • Xerxes, IV 37, 46
  • Zoroaster, Persian, reformer of Magian religion, extant oracles spurious, VII 72
Geographical Index
  • Abila, III 4
  • Achaia, IV 12
  • Actium, IV 5
  • Adriatic, III 150
  • Aegean, IV 1, 51
  • Aeolis, V 121
  • Aetolia, IV 6
  • Africa, V 1
  • Alexandria, V 62, 128
  • Algeria, V 17
  • Alps, III 132
  • Anglesea, IV 103
  • Apulia, III 103
  • Aquitania, IV 107
  • Arabian Gulf, VI 147
  • Argos, Gulf of, IV 18
  • Armenia, VI 25, 129
  • Armorica, IV 105
  • Asia, V 27
  • Asia Minor, V 91
  • Athos, IV 73
  • Attica, IV 23
  • Atlas, V 5, 11
  • Azov, IV 75, 78, VI 3, etc.
  • Babylon, VI 124
  • Baetica, III 7, 17
  • Balaklava, IV 86
  • Balearics, III 76
  • Balkh, VI 45
  • Barca, V 31
  • Bardsey, IV 103
  • Belgium, IV 106
  • Bithynia, V 148
  • Black Sea, IV 44, 75, 92, VI, 1, sqq.
  • Boeotia, IV 25
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