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Fairly full references to persons, places and certain topics are given, the footnotes being covered as well as the text. Persons are entered under their gentile names (e.g. for Crassus, see under Licinius Crassus), and the years of their most important tenures of office are supplied. References to the following have been excluded from the Index: Table of Events in Roman Politics from 60 b.c. to 56 b.c. (pp. xv–xxiv); The Structure of the Pro Caelio (pp. 508–515); Summary of the De provinciis consularibus (pp. 604–610); The Structure of the Pro Balbo (pp. 718–730).

The numbers refer to pages.

  • Academics, 459 n.
  • Academy, 638 n.
  • Achaean League, 458 n.
  • Achaei, 544
  • Achaia, 544 n., 548, 690 n.
  • Aelius Ligus, Sextus (trib. 58), 391–392
  • Aemilius Lepidus, M. (cos. 187, 175, censor 179), 564
  • Aemilius Lepidus, M. (cos. 78), 494 n., 672
  • Aemilius Paullus, L. (cos. 182, 168), 542 n.
  • Aemilius Scaurus, M. (cos. 115, censor 109), 562
  • Aemilius Scaurus, M. (praet. 56), 444 n.
  • Aetolia, 564 n.
  • Aetolian League, 674 n.
  • Afri, Africa, Africans, 398–399, 416, 496, 529, 625, 652, 680
  • Agathocles, tyrant of Syracuse (317–289), 695 n., 697 n.
  • ager:
    • Campanus, 383
    • Praetuttianus, 398
  • Agrigentum, 621
  • Alalia, in Corsica, 702 n.
  • Albucius, T. (propraetor of Sardinia c. 117), 556, 558
  • Aletrium, 666 n.
  • Alexander, son of Aristobulus II, of Judaea, 532, 536, 550 n., 554 n.
  • Alexander the Great, 616
  • Alexandria, Alexandrians, 402, 427 n., 432, 434, 699 n.
  • Alexas, of Heraclea, 692
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