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Index of Persons

(A few short biographical notes are added to supplement the information given in the text.)

  • Acca Larentia, XVIII 6
  • Adonis, XIX 49
  • Aemilius, XIX 128
  • Alcinous, XIX 49
  • Alexander, XVIII 65; XIX 22
  • Amasis, King of Egypt, 572–528 b.c., XIX 12
  • Anaxilaus, XIX 20
  • Anaximander, XVIII 213
  • Androcydes, XVII 240
  • Antiochus, name of twelve successive kings of Syria, 280–65 b.c., XVIII 294
  • Antonius, M., XIX 22
  • Aquilius, C., XVII 2
  • Archebius, unknown author, XVIII 294
  • Archelaus, king of Macedonia, 413–399 b.c., XVIII 22
  • Aristander, XVII 243
  • Aristoteles, XVIII 335
  • Ateius Capito, legal writer under Augustus and Tiberius, XVIII 108
  • Atilius Regulus, Consul 257 and 256 b.c., defeated and taken prisoner by Carthaginians in Africa, XVIII 27
  • Attalus, Philometor, king of Cappadocia, 138–133 b.c., wrote treatise on gardening, XVIII 22
  • Augeas, mythical king in Elis, XVII 50
  • Augustus, XVIII 37, 94, 114, 139; XIX 44, 128
  • Balbillus, governor of Egypt a.d. 55, XIX 3
  • Caecina Largus, XVII 5
  • Caesar, XVII 244; XVIII 211, 214, 234, 237, 246 f., 250 f., 255 f., 270, 309 ff.; XIX 23, 40, 145
  • Calippus, XVIII 302
  • Cassius, C., XVII 244
  • Cato, M. Porcius, 234–147 b.c., wrote Res Rustica, XVII 33, et passim
  • Catulus, Q., defeated Cimbri 103 b.c., XVII 2; XIX 23
  • Ceres, XVIII 12
  • Cicero, XVII 38; XVIII 224, 228
  • Cicerones, XVIII 10
  • Cimbri, XVII 2
  • Cincinnatus, Quintius, dictator 458 b.c., defeated Aequians, XVIII 28
  • Cleopatra, XIX 22
  • Columella, agricultural writer, 1st cent. a.d., XVII 151 f., 162; XVIII 70; XIX 68
  • Conon, astronomer mentioned by Propertius and Virgil, XVII 312
  • Cornelius Cethegus, XIX 156
  • Crassus, orator, consul 95 b.c., XVII 2 ff.
  • Crateuas, XIX 165
  • Criton, XVIII 312
  • Curius, M’., friend of Cicero, XIX 87; see also Manius
  • Damasus, XVIII 341
  • Darius, XVIII 144
  • Democritus, philosopher of Abdera, 460–361 b.c., XVII 23, 62; XVIII 47, 61, 231, 273, 312, 321, 341
  • Domitius Ahenobarbus, consul 69 b.c., XVIII 2 ff.
  • Dositheus, XVIII 312
  • Ennius, XVIII 84
  • Epicurus, XIX 51
  • Epidius, XVII 243
  • Euctemon, astronomer, XVIII 213
  • Eudoxus of Cnidos, astronomer, geometrician and physician, pupil of Plato, XVIII 213, 312
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