Livy, Julius Obsequens, History of Rome, Volume XIV

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(References are by volume and page. Figures in parentheses are dates. Items between two page references belong with the reference which follows; those between two dates, with the date which precedes.)

  • Abbassius, Phrygian city: (189), 11. 51
  • Abdera, in Thrace: (188) Cn. Manlius Volso at, 11. 141; (170) stormed; restored, 13. 17–19; (167) not in Macedonian republics, 347
  • Abelux, of Saguntum: (217) 5. 273–7
  • Aborigines, of Latium: make treaty with Aeneas, 1. 9–13
  • Abrupolis, Roman ally: (before 172) assailed by Perseus, 12. 329, 409, 415–7
  • Aburius, C.: (171) envoy to Africa, 12. 397
  • —, M., pr. 176: (187) tr. pl., opposes triumph of M. Fulvius Nobilior, 11. 227–31; (176) pr. pereg., 12. 227, 231
  • Abydus, in Troad: (200) destroyed by Philip, 9. 43, 51–7, 91, 217; (198–197) his withdrawal demanded by Rhodes, 255, (196) and by Rome, 359; Antiochus moves from, 379, 381; (190) resists siege, 10. 317, 325; Antiochus’ fleet at, 331
  • Academy, at Athens: (200) 9. 71–3
  • Acanthus, Macedonian port: (200) captured, 9. 133; (167) in 2nd Macedonian republic, 13. 351
  • Acarnania: location of, 9. 321–3, 10. 203; (211) restoration to Aetolian League promised, 7. 93–5; prepares to resist Aetolia, 97–9, 12. 403; (210) situation in, reported, 7. 109; (208–207) fears Aetolians, 8. 17; Punic fleet moves to, 31; (205) included in Roman peace with Philip, 253–5; (200) at war with Athens, 9. 45; urged against Rome, 87; (198) T. Flamininus winters near, 205; (197) L. Flamininus at, 273; aids Philip, 313, 319–21, 12. 403; submits, 9. 321–3; (192) at Achaean council, 10. 77; (191) part of, joins Antiochus, 191–3, 12. 403; Antiochus leaves, 10. 195; M. Porcius Cato near, 223; (189) Aetolians plunder, 11. 15, 17; captures Aetolian envoys, 29; Oeniadae restored to, 37; (172) Roman envoys to, 12. 403; (169) 13. 63; Roman transports land in, 91; (167) partisans of Perseus in, investigated, 355–7, 365. See Alexander, Mnasilochus, Sopater.
  • accensi: (340) place of, in legion, 4. 33, 39
  • Acerrae, in Campania: (332) granted civitas sine suf., 4. 71; (216) burned by Hannibal, 6. 55–7, 7. 213; prevents aid to Casilinum, 6. 65; (210) rebuilding of, permitted, 7. 213
  • Achaea: see Achaia.
  • Achaean League: friendship with Macedon, 12. 269; (208) gains aid of Philip against Sparta, Aetolia, Attalus, 7. 331–43; defeats Aetolians, 343; (207) Philip at council of, 8. 17, 31–3; (205) on side of Philip in Roman treaty, 255; (200) declines his aid against Nabis; votes army, 9. 73–7; (199) Philip demands oath, restores cities to, 163–5; (198) envoys of T. Flamininus, Rhodes, and Attalus at council of, 207–21, 281, 12. 269; many withdraw from, 9. 221–3; approves alliances with Attalus, Rome, and Rhodes; sends army, 223–5, 283; retires from Corinth and Argos, 225–33; (197) negotiates with Philip and Rome over Argos and Corinth, 251–67;
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